The ability to accurately measure thermal events over a wide range of objects and temperatures is essential for R&D applications in the industrial, military and manufacturing sectors. Flir presents the Flir A6780 in two models, the A6780-MWIR (medium-wave infrared) and A6780-LWIR (long-wave infrared) cameras, to make these tasks easier to perform.
The new cooled thermal imaging cameras feature a choice of manual and motorized focus lenses, offering the flexibility required to maximize the number of measurement pixels in the area of interest, regardless of size or distance. Featuring MWIR or LWIR detectors with a resolution of 327,680 pixels (640 x 512), the new A6780 models offer a choice of lenses, from the 200 mm telephoto to the 3X macroscopic lens, which can achieve a spatial resolution of 5 microns per pixel on extremely small targets.
These systems also feature reduced integration times, advanced synchronization options and high frame rates with windowing, so researchers can capture consistently relevant thermal data. The internal three-position filter wheel mechanism allows the user to quickly switch from a standard to a high-temperature range at the click of a button, instead of manually changing filters on the back of the lens.
What's more, a simple, standard Gigabit Ethernet connection lets you control all camera functions and the flow of thermal data via Flir Research Studio software compatible with Windows, Mac or Linux. The Research Studio software's easy-to-understand interface enables researchers to quickly and efficiently display, record and analyze precise thermal data from the A6780 camera in any of 22 available languages.
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