Making precise thermal measurements on fast-moving objects is a major challenge for researchers in the scientific community. There is now a measurement tool with sufficient speed and resolution.
Today, Flir announced the release of the X6900sc, its all-new scientific camera designed to solve these problems.
The X6900sc is a high-speed commercial camera that works in the medium infrared band. It offers the fastest acquisition frequency and a resolution of 640 x 512 pixels. It perfectly combines high-speed image-taking with thermal technology.
The X6900sc has the following features for researchers:
- 640 x 512 pixels resolution for a sharp image
- 1,000 frames per second to make it easier to capture images;
- High-resolution recording of the camera RAM for up to 26 seconds to make it easier to capture and process images;
- four-position motorized filter wheel with automatic recognition of each filter. Filter replacement, easy implementation.
With a sensitivity of less than 20 mK and precise thermal measurements up to 2,000 degrees Celsius, the X6900sc offers the advantage of a high frame frequency and higher resolution without compromising sensitivity.
Find out more: www.flir.com/x6900sc