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Updated: January 12th, 2011 09:49 AM CDT

FLIR Iintroduces New Infrared Camera System

The ThermoVision A320 Research system provides an affordable, flexible and powerful solution for precision temperature measurements and real-time thermal analysis for research and development applications
ThermoVision® A320 Research infrared camera system
ThermoVision® A320 Research infrared camera system
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FLIR Systems (Boston, Mass.) announces the release of the ThermoVision® A320 Research infrared camera system. Together with the integrated ThermaCAM Researcher Software, the ThermoVision A320 Research system provides an affordable, flexible and powerful solution for precision temperature measurements and real-time thermal analysis for research and development applications. The ThermoVision A320 camera features a highly sensitive uncooled microbolometer detector, providing crisp thermal images for characterization and analysis of products and processes. This solution is ideal for providing critical real-time information needed to cost-effectively solve design problems and improve reliability. The ThermoVision A320 Research System is designed to deliver accurate thermographic images and repeatable temperature measurements from -20 to 120 °C or from 0 to 350 °C , up to an optional maximum of 1,200 °C . Each thermal image is built from over 76,000 pixels (a resolution of 320x240) sampled by the camera’s on-board electronics and software. The ThermaCAM Researcher software is designed for use in scientific environments where detailed thermal analysis of dynamic events is required. It offers powerful built-in measurement and analysis functions such as isotherms, spot measurements, line profiles, area histograms, and image subtraction capability for fast and extensive temperature analysis on live or recorded imagery.The ThermoVision A320 camera is compact and lightweight, measuring only 70x70x170mm and weighing 0.7kg. www.infraredresearchcameras.com



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