Thermal imaging cameras for research and development
Flir Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS)contact supplier
FLIR has released a document that details its latest uncooled thermal imaging cameras designed for research and development applications.
In research and development applications, accuracy, reliability, sensitivity and high performance are vitally important.
FLIR’s thermal imaging cameras are used for capturing and recording thermal distribution and variations in real-time, allowing engineers and researchers to see and accurately measure heat patterns, dissipation, leakage, and other temperature factors in equipment, products and processes.
These cameras can distinguish temperature changes as subtle as 0.02°C. They feature detector technology and advanced mathematical algorithms for high performance and precise measurements from -80°C to 3000°C.
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