New Price Performance Point For Thermal Infrared

Source: Teledyne FLIR

Ross Overstreet of FLIR Systems gives us an introduction to several different cameras. We see a megapixel infrared camera for demanding applications that require high sensitivity, high frame rate, and the optics flexibility; a high performance NIR camera for solar cell testing, medical research, and astronomy; and a low-cost microbolometer camera for entry-level applications. We also get a look at the new A35SC, a 320x240 pixel infrared camera that costs only $5,500 (including software). This camera is a great replacement for thermocouples and is ideal for PCB inspection and other general electronics applications.