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Thermal Camera
Mar 2016
FLIR SystemsRequest Info
MEER, Belgium, March 2, 2016 — Thermal CameraFlir Systems Inc. has announced the X6900sc 640 × 512-p resolution thermal camera for high-speed science applications.

The thermal imager is designed to record 1000 fps at full resolution onto the camera’s RAM for up to 26 s. Whether measuring temperatures on fast moving objects or characterizing the thermal transient of objects as they heat up, the camera offers the rapid frame speed, high resolution, and thermal sensitivity required to virtually stop motion-enabling accurate temperature readings and recording of gradients across the entire frame.

The next-generation infrared detector on the X6900sc makes it possible to record high-speed data with the full window, allowing researchers to perform dynamic analysis of jet engine turbine blades, supersonic projectiles and explosions without losing areas of the frame to windowing. The device features advanced triggering and synchronization, a secure solid-state storage drive and a 4-position motorized filter wheel.


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