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  • IR Camera and Lens Web Tool
Nov 2009
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Interactive Online Tool
BILLERICA, Mass., Nov. 5, 2009 – Flir Systems has announced an online infrared camera and lens selection tool that enables the user to compare up to three camera models with different lens configurations and camera input variables, such as distance to target, target size, integration (exposure) time and image subwindow size. The calculator returns the resulting output variables, including horizontal and vertical fields of view, number of focal plane array pixels on target, spot size linear dimensions and camera frame rates.
To obtain high-quality images, the user must select a camera and lens combination that has the appropriate speed and field of view for capturing the target object. The math to determine these parameters for a given camera, lens and target can be tedious. The online camera calculator greatly shortens the time it takes to determine the appropriate combination of specifications for use in a particular application.

The calculator is available at  

For more information, visit:  

Flir Systems
25 Esquire Road
N. Billerica, MA 01862
Phone: (978) 901-8000
Fax: (978) 901-8532


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integration time
In an imaging device, the length of time during which the sensing elements are collecting charge between transfers to the transport registers.
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