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  • Tiny ThermoVision A10
Jul 2004
FLIR SystemsRequest Info
'World's Smallest' Infrared Camera
NORTH BILLERICA, Mass., July 30 -- FLIR Systems says its ThermoVision A10, with dimensions of just 1.35"W x 1.45"H x 1.90"D and weighing only 120 g (4.2 oz.), is the world's smallest thermal camera, which enables high-performance thermal imaging of targets where never before possible.

The A10 is a unique solution for imaging targets up to 400?C with thermal resolution of less than 40 mK, where space, weight, and/or power are constraints, such as in UAVs and machine vision applications. It features the latest uncooled microbolometer on-focal plane signal processing on a 160 x 128 focal plane vanadium oxide (VOx) array. Its performance is equal or better than that of larger, much more expensive infrared systems, with the additional benefits of solid-state reliability, ultralow 1.5-W nominal power consumption and fast time to image of less than 2 seconds. Its modular architecture supports a wide variety of lenses and accessories.

The A10 delivers analog RS-170A (CCIR), 14-bit digital, and FireWire (IEEE 1394) outputs. Its automatic SmartScene feature continually optimizes image contrast across each frame. All camera functions can be addressed through a serial interface (RS-232). Settings are stored in nonvolatile memory.
For more information, call 1-800-464-6372 or visit:; e-mail:

FLIR Systems, Inc.
25 Esquire Road
North Billerica, MA 01862
Phone: 978-901-8100
Toll Free: 800-464-6372
Fax: 978-901-8532


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infrared camera
A camera that uses infrared optics to image and focus infrared radiation onto a recording medium sensitive to its wavelengths.
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