Designed for electronic inspections, medical thermography, manufacturing process monitoring or non-destructive testing, the FLIR A6700sc is ideal for visualizing rapid thermal events and moving targets.
FLIR thermal imaging cameras are used to capture and record thermal distributions or variations in real time, allowing engineers and researchers to accurately see and assess heat distribution and dissipation, leakage and other temperature variations in equipment, products and processes.
With its high refresh rate and high sensitivity, the Flir A6700sc is ideal for research and development and for all applications that require better image quality, more sensitivity and a higher frame rate than can be achieved with a thermal camera equipped with an uncooled detector.
The Flir A6700sc is equipped with a cooled indium antimony detector (InSb) that operates on a frequency band of 3 to 5 microns. A broadband version running on a range of waves from 1 to 5 microns is also available. Both versions produce clear thermal images, with 640 x 512 pixels resolution. With a thermal sensitivity of less than 20 mK the FLIR A6700sc camera is capable of capturing the smallest details of the image and the smallest temperature differences.
In addition, its precise synchronization makes this camera ideal for capturing thermal images of subjects in high-speed motion and for high-sensitivity applications. In instant mode the Flir A6700sc is able to simultaneously record all pixels of a thermal event. This is especially important when monitoring fast-moving objects, where a standard thermal imaging camera would produce a motion blur. The camera supports refresh rates of up to 480 frames per second when using window mode.
Using a standard GigE Vision interface to transmit the controls and all the dynamics of a digital video transforms it into a real "plug and play" thermal imaging camera. Options are available for custom cold filtering, specific spectral detection and measurement. The Flir A6700sc camera comes with an attractive "package" at a very affordable price.
It works seamlessly with Flir ResearchIR Max software that enables intuitive visualization, recording and advanced processing of infrared data provided by the camera. Each camera comes standard with software specially developed for research and development applications.
Price is often a major barrier to the acquisition of a cooled sensor thermal imaging camera. For this reason, the manufacturer sells it at a very affordable price, giving many more researchers the opportunity to benefit from the benefits of cooled-detector thermal cameras.
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