FLIR’s X6900sc Science Camera to help Researchers Capture Higher-Speed Objects in Thermal Speeds
Tuesday, February 16, 2016
Capturing accurate temperature readings from fast moving objects is a major challenge for researchers in the scientific community. With the right tool, finding a measurement tool with enough speed and resolution is now possible.
Today FLIR announced its newest science-grade camera designed to tackle these issues – the X6900sc.
The X6900sc is a high-speed Mid Wave Infrared (MWIR) commercial camera with the fastest frame rate, at 640x512 resolution. It’s the perfect blend of high-speed usability and the very best in thermal technology.
The X6900sc is equipped with the following features for researchers:
- 640 x512 resolution for crisp image
- 1000 frames per second (fps) to help capture items with ease
- Full resolution recording to on-camera RAM for up to 26 seconds to make capturing and processing images easier
- Automatic filter system with an easy access, four-position motorized wheel
With a sensitivity of less than 20 millikelvins (mK) and accurate temperature readings up to 2000°C, the X6900sc offers the advantages of fast frame rates and superior resolution without compromising sensitivity. Whether you’re trying to measure temperatures on fast moving objects, or characterize the thermal transient of objects as they cool, FLIR’s X6900sc is the thermal measurement solution for the job.
To learn more about the X6900sc for research and development, visit www.flir.com/x6900sc