Medium-wave infrared (MWIR) cameras for thermal mapping and nondestructive testing introduced by FLIR

A8200sc and A8300sc offer plug and play connectivity, with standard Gigabit Ethernet Vision and CoaXpress interfaces to transmit digital video

Flir 5 Dec 2019 5de814ffe9a47

WILSONVILLE, Ore. – FLIR Systems in Wilsonville, Ore., is introducing the A8200sc and A8300sc medium-wave infrared (MWIR) cooled indium antimonide (InSb) cameras for aerial thermal mapping, industrial research, and non-destructive testing applications.

Operating from 3 to 5 microns, these sensitive MWIR cameras can stream crisply detailed, low-noise HD data to a PC for live image viewing and recording. The cameras also provide user control over integration times, synchronization inputs, and window sizes.

Working in snapshot mode, the cameras can capture all pixels from a scene simultaneously. This is particularly important when monitoring fast moving objects which an uncooled thermal camera cannot not image without blurring.

The A8200sc and A8300sc offer plug and play connectivity, with standard Gigabit Ethernet Vision and CoaXpress interfaces to transmit full dynamic range digital video, and GenICam for camera control.

The HD-SDI video interfaces are simultaneously active yet independently controlled allowing flexibility for recording and display purposes.

Both cameras are designed to work with FLIR's ResearchIR Max software or with third-party software such as MathWorks MATLAB. A software developers kit is optionally available.

For more information contact FLIR Systems online at www.flir.com/products/a8300sc.

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