Video | May 12, 2015

SLS Long Wave IR Camera: FLIR A6750SC

Source: FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science

The FLIR A6750SC provides distinct advantages over existing long wave IR technologies. Some advantages include the strained layer superlattice, or SLS, sensor inside the camera offering a cutoff wavelength extending beyond 9.5 μm, an ability for great quantum efficiency, and incomparable image uniformity and nuke stability across the long wave bands. This long wave IR camera is ideal for applications such as aerial mapping for reduced solar reflection, or target signature analysis. This video discusses the many advantages, uses, and applications for the new FLIR A6750SC.

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FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science