By Koen Jacobs, strategic business development manager, Premium Business Segment, FLIR Instruments
IR cameras are used on the military test range primarily to measure the radiance of various targets. Understanding how radiance measurements work allows users to decide whether a camera is properly calibrated for their application.
FLIR offers the A6750 LWIR thermal imaging camera with a cooled SLS detector designed for high-speed image acquisition up to 4.1 kHz with windowing. It captures all pixels simultaneously in under 190 μs for room temperature scenes, which is particularly important when monitoring fast moving objects where an uncooled thermal imaging camera would suffer from image blur.
The FAST-IR 2K infrared cameras are a series of fast-rate cameras designed for thermal analysis of dynamic events. In order to analyze dynamic events, the infrared cameras allow high-speed thermal imaging with an impressive temporal resolution at a rapid frame rate.
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Safe advanced driver assist system (ADAS) vehicles and autonomous vehicles (AV) require sensors to deliver scene data adequate for the detection and classification algorithms to autonomously navigate under all conditions.
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Manufacturers of glass hollowware have long sought a way to pick out defective product at the hot end of their process, while the pieces are still above 200ºC. At that glass inspection stage, rejects are identified, then shunted aside and reprocessed efficiently, greatly reducing scrap.
These sharp cut and IR filters have been developed to meet the requirements of the European standard. Standard dimensions include 50mm square (polished) and 165 mm square (polished and unpolished). Custom sizes and thickness are available, and a wide range of coatings can be applied.