World’s Fastest Full Resolution Thermal Camera
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The FLIR X6900sc is an extraordinarily fast, highly sensitive MWIR camera designed for scientists, researchers, and engineers. With advanced triggering, on-camera RAM/SSD recording, and a four-position motorized filter wheel, this camera offers the functionality to stop motion on high-speed events, whether they’re in the lab or on the test range.
The X6900sc captures full 640 x 512 images at 1000 frames per second, making it the world’s fastest full resolution, commercially-available thermal camera. Windowing allows for even faster frame rates of up to 29,134 Hz, while the output frame rate is adjustable from 0.0015 Hz to the maximum for the selected window.
Save up to 26,000 frames of full resolution data to on-camera RAM with a guarantee of zero dropped frames. Playback from RAM or save to the removable solid-state drive (SSD) in just 90 seconds, enabling you to quickly rearm for a new recording. The X6900sc also streams high-speed 14-bit data simultaneously over Gigabit Ethernet, Camera Link, and CoaXPress for live viewing, analysis, or recording.
The FLIR X6900sc incorporates an easy access, four-position motorized filter wheel that permits filter exchange in any environment. With automatic filter recognition, the camera knows the filter location, spectral band, and associated calibrations, making it easy to select a filter and load a custom calibration and configuration to the camera.
The FLIR X6900sc series is ideal for high speed applications such as airbag inspection, combustion engine research, brake and rotor inspection, military range tracking, ballistics and munitions testing, and target scoring, to name just a few. Any application that requires high speed imagery to stop motion on a fast moving object or to accurately characterize the temperature rise of a high speed thermal event could benefit from the high speed X6900sc thermal camera. To learn more about high speed thermal imagery, check out the high speed videos and tech notes located here: Learn More