High Speed MWIR/LWIR Cameras: FLIR SC6000 Series

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High Speed MWIR Camera: FLIR SC6800

FLIR’s SC6000 Series High Speed LWIR/MWIR Scientific Cameras combine high speed and high resolution with ease of use and flexibility for just about any scientific or research application. The MWIR SC6700 and SC6800 can capture highly sensitive infrared imagery at 565 frames per second at full 640 x 512 frame resolution. Offering more than just high speed imagery, FLIR’s cameras also offer on board calibration providing thermal and radiometric high speed data for quantitative analysis. This makes the FLIR SC6000 series the fastest radiometric infrared cameras available today, and perfect solutions for analysis of extreme dynamic thermal events.

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The SLS LWIR SC6700 camera is also ideal for scientific imaging applications, and provides 640 x 512 pixel resolution. It incorporates a cooled Strained Layer Superlattice detector covering the 7.5 to 9.5 micron waveband and features fast frame rates with a high speed 50 megapixel clock that streams 14-bit digital data up to 125 Hz at full resolution.

High Speed MWIR Camera features:

  • Fast frame rates – up to 565 Hz at full resolution
  • The 640 × 512 resolution can be sub-sampled or windowed to achieve faster frame rates
  • 640 × 512 resolution cooled InSb detector with 25 or 15 µm pixels for detailed MWIR imagery
  • Flexible interfacing
  • Advanced trigger control
  • Digital data streaming through simultaneous Gigabit Ethernet and Camera Link or CoaxPress (CXP), HD-SDI
  • More options and features are available on the datasheet

FLIR SC6700 SLS LWIR Camera features:

  • Fast snap shot image integration
  • Advanced filter wheel design
  • On-camera radiance and thermographic calibration
  • MATLAB compatibility
  • Detector pitch: 15µm
  • NETD: <30mK
  • Well capacity: 7.2 M electrons
  • Operability: >98%

FLIR is the first infrared camera manufacturer to offer CoaxPress (CXP) on an infrared camera. CoaxPress (CXP) allows the user to transmit high speed high resolution data over standard coax cable for up to 120m.

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