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MWIR Thermal Camera

Teledyne FLIR
 
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MEER, Belgium, June 26, 2020 — MWIR Thermal CameraThe RS8500 mid-wave IR (MWIR) thermal camera from FLIR Systems is designed for range tracking, science, and measurement applications.

The device combines a MWIR detector and telescope in a single weatherproof housing built for measurement accuracy of long-range and high-temperature targets in harsh environments. Superior measurement accuracy is provided through a MWIR detector, which provides high-definition, large-format thermal images with the ability to deliver data up to 180 fps, coupled with a high-resolution, 120 to 1200-mm continuous metric zoom lens. Maximum situational awareness at wider fields of view and zoom capabilities at longer focal lengths are provided to maximize the number of pixels on a target at any distance.

The camera also has the capability to image through neutral density filters, ensuring that hot targets do not look saturated. It provides one graphical user interface and multiple simultaneous data outputs to allow for easy integration into existing data acquisition systems


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