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Thermal Imaging Resolution Enhancement
May 2015
FLIR SystemsRequest Info
MEER, Belgium, May 20, 2015 — Flir thermal cameras featuring UltraMaxTo enhance thermal imaging resolution, Flir Systems Inc. has introduced the UltraMax feature for its Tsc-series handheld research and science cameras.

The feature helps improve the resolution of thermal images, providing greater clarity and a higher level of temperature measurement accuracy. UltraMax is a form of the company’s patented Digital Detail Enhancement technology, which captures a series of thermal images in their original resolution in a rapid burst. The images are then transformed via Flir ResearchIR software into a single, much higher-definition image with all radiometric data intact.

Using UltraMax, thermal images captured with a 640 &mult; 480 resolution, T-series thermal camera can be turned into an ultrasharp image with up to 1280 &mult; 960 pixels. Similarly, a 320 &mult; 240 T-series image can be converted into 640 &mult; 480 pixels via the software and UltraMax algorithm.

The UltraMax feature is available on Flir’s latest T430sc, T450sc, T630sc and T650sc cameras.


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thermal imaging
The process of producing a visible two-dimensional image of a scene that is dependent on differences in thermal or infrared radiation from the scene reaching the aperture of the imaging device.
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