Thermal Cameras

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FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras Help Researchers Monitor And Evaluate Joining Techniques
FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras Help Researchers Monitor And Evaluate Joining Techniques New composite materials such as carbon are being used more frequently in many markets such as automotive, aircraft, and railway manufacturing. These materials can offer benefits for the design and production of vehicles including higher performance levels or lighter weights, but also come with challenges in terms of manufacturing, inspection, and maintenance. Researchers at the Laboratory for Materials and Joining Technology (LWF) are focusing...  Continue Reading...
Medical Research With FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras
Medical Research With FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras Tissue autofluorescence spectroscopy, or the measurement of intrinsic light emissions from biological agents upon excitation, is utilized in a variety of biomedical research for differentiating between diseased and normal tissues. Researchers interested in the correlation between temperature and tissue autofluorescence spectroscopy during surgery are finding their answers with the help of thermal imaging. FLIR offers a scientific camera with the ...  Continue Reading...
Thermal Imaging: How It Works Thermal Imaging has been around for nearly a quarter of a century, and has grown considerably in the capability of providing scientists with heat radiation images that would normally be invisible to the naked eye. Thermal imaging is simply made up of a thermal scene, a lens, a sensor, and a display. But how do you focus heat? What kind of sensor detects heat, and how do you display it? This article offers a short Infrared 101 overview, and...  Continue Reading...
Infrared Imaging For Material Characterization In Fracture Mechanics Experiments
Infrared Imaging For Material Characterization In Fracture Mechanics Experiments When developing new materials, the characterization of mechanical properties becomes extremely important. Many different measurements as well as the nature of the material to be characterized dictate what parameters are needed and to what extent. Among the challenges encountered during the characterization of a material’s thermal patterns is the need for both high spatial and temporal resolution. Infrared imaging provides information about ...  Continue Reading...
FLIR Thermal Cameras Help To Reduce The Invasiveness Of Cochlear Implant Surgery
FLIR Thermal Cameras Help To Reduce The Invasiveness Of Cochlear Implant Surgery The surgical placement of Cochlear hearing implants behind the human ear requires a highly trained surgeon, and can result in facial nerve damage, meningitis, tinnitus, infections, cerebrospinal fluid leakage, and potentially more. A collaboration between the Swiss ARTORG Center of Biomedical Engineering Research and the Institute of Surgical Technologies and Biomechanics of the University of Bern has resulted in an image-guided surgical robot...  Continue Reading...
SWIR And The U-2 The U-2 spy plane is the leading reconnaissance platform for the United States with the ability to see at great lengths inside national borders with a closed airspace. The camera used in today’s U-2, SYERS, uses electronic sensors to see in both the mid-wave infrared (MWIR) band (thermal energy) and the short wave infrared (SWIR) band (reflected light). It is the SWIR band that gives the SYERS its remarkable atmospheric penetration...  Continue Reading...
The Third Infrared Window Long wave infrared (LWIR) and mid-wave infrared (MWIR) sensors and cameras have been used in military settings for detecting human activity through thermal emissions. Using the short wave infrared (SWIR) portion of the spectrum extends unique capabilities that often compliment LWIR and MWIR imaging. Until recently, the only way to see in this part of the spectrum was to use large, cryogenically cooled sensors. However, Sensors Unlimited of...  Continue Reading...
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Cooled Mid-wave Infrared Camera: Tigris-640 Cooled Mid-wave Infrared Camera: Tigris-640

The Tigris-640 from Xenics is a cooled mid-wave infrared (MWIR) camera with a resolution of 640 x 512 pixels and a pixel pitch of 15 µm that is ideally used for bio-medical, industrial process monitoring, non-destructive testing, MWIR R&D, and thermography applications. Interfacing is done with the GigE Vision or CameraLink output, but analog out, HD-SDI, and triggering are also available.

Near-Infrared Surface-Mount Photodiode: NXIR-RF100C Near-Infrared Surface-Mount Photodiode: NXIR-RF100C

Opto Diode introduces the NXIR-RF100C as a red and near-infrared (NIR) surface-mount device (SMD) photodiode with spectral response ranging from 320 to 1100 nm. The device package is ideally designed for laser-monitoring, and rain- and sun-sensor applications in the -40 °C to +125 °C temperature range.

High-Resolution Thermal Camera With GigE Vision® And Power Over Ethernet: Viento-G High-Resolution Thermal Camera With GigE Vision® And Power Over Ethernet: Viento-G

Sierra-Olympic offers the new Viento-G, a simple-to-use thermal camera designed for use in a wide array of thermal monitoring applications and custom OEM applications that require high reliability, excellent resolution, and affordability. The feature-rich thermal imager is able to view and control the video and supply power using a single, standard Ethernet cable via GigE Vision® and Power over Ethernet (PoE) industry standards.

World’s First True HD Thermal Camera: Viento HD Lab World’s First True HD Thermal Camera: Viento HD Lab

Sierra-Olympic is proud to present the new Viento HD Lab camera, the first longwave infrared (LWIR) camera designed with true high-definition imaging at 1900 x 1200 pixel resolution. This fully functional camera system is based on a unique 1920 x 1200 x 12 µm uncooled sensor, making the imager ideal for users who require the maximum number of pixels available in a thermal, commercially-supported imaging system.

Hyperspectral Imaging Cameras: OCI™-F Series Hyperspectral Imaging Cameras: OCI™-F Series

The new OCI™-F Series from BaySpec is made up of miniature push-broom hyperspectral imaging cameras covering the VNIR (400 - 1000 nm) and SWIR (900 - 1700 nm) wavelength ranges. The ultra-compact designs, simple operation, and intuitive software make these cameras ideal for many spectroscopy applications, including remote sensing, biomedical diagnostics, pharmaceuticals, and counterfeit detection.

Rugged Thermal Camera For Outdoor Perimeter Surveillance And Robotics: Viento 67-640 Rugged Thermal Camera For Outdoor Perimeter Surveillance And Robotics: Viento 67-640

The Sierra-Olympic Viento 67-640 is a rugged thermal camera designed for careful object detection and classification in perimeter surveillance, robotics, motion detection, and other rugged outdoor applications. Designed to be able to operate in wet, dusty, and difficult environments, this imager offers standard NTSC/PAL composite video output as well as uncompressed digital output for applications requiring full-fidelity data transmission.

Tamron LWIR Zoom Lenses For OEM And Surveillance Applications Tamron LWIR Zoom Lenses For OEM And Surveillance Applications

The new Tamron family of longwave infrared (LWIR) lenses from Sierra-Olympic Technologies provides optimal lens solutions for OEM and security/surveillance imaging applications. Designed to operate throughout the 8 – 14 µm spectral range, these LWIR zoom lenses have excellent parafocality (focus through zoom) and also offer continuous, precision athermalization, low weight, and low power.

Long-Range, All-Weather, MWIR Security And Surveillance System: 550CZ-18 Long-Range, All-Weather, MWIR Security And Surveillance System: 550CZ-18

The 550CZ-18 is a long-range MWIR security and surveillance system designed with high-end performance and G5-IR reliability in all-weather situations. With its continuous zoom lens that produces an 18° horizontal field of view (HFOV) at a wide angle, and a 1° HFOV at a narrow angle, this camera is optimized for long range detection and recognition, and ease of use.

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  • Webinar: High-Speed Infrared Imaging For Internal Combustion Engine Diagnostics
    Webinar: High-Speed Infrared Imaging For Internal Combustion Engine Diagnostics

    High-speed infrared imaging is found to be a new diagnostic tool for studying ICEs. This Telops webinar offers a brief overview of optical engines, infrared (IR) narrowband imaging, and the investigation of a 4-cycle diesel ICE using high-speed IR imaging.

  • Hot Or Cold?
    Hot Or Cold?

    Nothing wakes you up like a good “cup o’ Jo”! Or maybe an ice cold glass of water? Compare the difference between the two with high speed infrared imaging from the X6900sc.

  • Shoot The Melon!
    Shoot The Melon!

    Nothing could beat the feeling of shooting a watermelon and tannerite with an AR15.

  • Champagne Explosion!
    Champagne Explosion!

    Champagne anyone? Prolong the party with this video using the high speed infrared capabilities of the X6900sc.

  • Water Balloon Burst!
    Water Balloon Burst!

    A water balloon plus a sharp object equals a splash of a visual effect! Take it all in with the high speed infrared capabilities of the X6900sc.

  • High Speed Infrared Imaging
    High Speed Infrared Imaging

    If you need to stop motion on fast-moving targets or targets that heat and cool rapidly, FLIR’s high speed thermal cameras offer the fast frame rates and integration you need. FLIR’s newest camera, the X6900sc, can record 1000 fps of high speed data at full 640 x 512 resolution – meaning researchers can perform dynamic analysis of jet engine turbine blades, supersonic projectiles, explosions, and more, without losing areas of the frame to windowing.

  • Hyperspectral Camera For Systems Integration
    Hyperspectral Camera For Systems Integration

    Telops has responded to the request of their customers for a smaller version of their Hyper-Cam hyperspectral camera and has miniaturized it enough so that it can be integrated into smaller systems and packages.

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