ABOUT FLIR

The largest commercial infrared company in the world, FLIR has been designing, building, and integrating high-performance infrared cameras for nearly 50 years. FLIR cameras play pivotal roles in a wide range of industrial, commercial, and government activities in over 60 countries.

Our Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS) thermography unit designs and manufactures high-performance thermal imaging systems used to detect and measure minute temperature differences in a wide variety of scientific, research, and product development settings. These applications include R&D, life sciences, environmental studies, scientific research, and electronics development.

FLIR’s other divisions produce thermal camera systems for a wide variety of military, paramilitary, law enforcement, and public safety missions, as well as for automotive and maritime night vision, personal night vision, firefighting, and industrial and home security uses. In addition, FLIR supplies camera cores and other sub-components to OEMs and system integrators.

And since FLIR’s goal is Infrared Everywhere, we are committed to making affordable thermal cameras everyone can use. The FLIR ONE is a fully functional thermal camera attachment for iOS and Android devices that everyone can use.

Quick Facts
Employees: Over 3,000 worldwide
Investor Resources: www.flir.com/investor/
Revenue: $1.8B (2017)
Locations: FLIR conducts business in more than 100 countries around the globe

FIXED ADVANCED-LEVEL CAMERAS

High Speed MWIR Infrared Cameras For Test Range Applications: FLIR RS6000 And FLIR RS8300 Models High Speed MWIR Infrared Cameras For Test Range Applications: FLIR RS6000 And FLIR RS8300 Models

FLIR's RS Series is made up of the RS6700, RS6800, and RS8300 instruments in ruggedized enclosures. These MWIR infrared cameras are multi-application long range infrared camera systems designed for range tracking, target signature, target edge detection, research and science applications. The RS Series "Range/Science" cameras are rugged, high performance, full-featured, radiometric instruments that can survive the harsh environments typically found on the test range.

High-Performance MWIR InSb Camera: FLIR X6800sc High-Performance MWIR InSb Camera: FLIR X6800sc

The FLIR X6800sc is a fast, highly sensitive MWIR camera designed for scientists, researchers, and engineers. With advanced triggering and on-camera RAM/SSD recording, this camera offers the functionality to stop motion on high-speed events both in the lab and at the test range. The X6800sc has a cooled FLIR indium antimonide (InSb) detector and captures full 640 x 512 images at 502 frames per second, or up to 29,134 Hz with windowing.

The World’s Fastest 640 x 512 Resolution IR Camera: FLIR X6900sc The World’s Fastest 640 x 512 Resolution IR Camera: FLIR X6900sc

FLIR offers the X6900sc: the world’s fastest MWIR and LWIR 640 x 512 resolution thermal cameras for high-speed science applications. The X6900sc MWIR camera features a FLIR Indium Antimonide (InSb) detector, while the X6900sc SLS LWIR features a strained layer superlattice (SLS) detector. These thermal imagers are designed to record 1000 fps at full resolution onto the camera RAM for up to 26 seconds.

High-Speed Science-Grade Camera: FLIR X8500sc Models High-Speed Science-Grade Camera: FLIR X8500sc Models

FLIR offers the X8500sc as its new high-sensitivity, high-speed MWIR camera and LWIR camera for science and R&D applications. The X8500sc MWIR features a FLIR indium antimonide (InSb) detector, while the X8500sc SLS LWIR features a strained layer superlattice (SLS) detector. With 1280 x 1024 resolution, fast frame rates, and RAM/SSD recording, this camera allows for full imaging of the scene and stop motion on high speed events both in the lab or on the test range.

FIXED ENTRY-LEVEL CAMERAS

Thermal Camera For Real-Time Analysis: FLIR A325sc Thermal Camera For Real-Time Analysis: FLIR A325sc

FLIR's A325sc infrared cameras transition seamlessly from the research lab to the production line with multiple optic options, available data recording and analysis software and simple Gigabit Ethernet connectivity. With a 320 x 240 pixel resolution and spectral range of 7.5 µm -13.0 µm the A325sc Series is an affordable and flexible option for real-time thermal analysis in applications including predictive and preventive maintenance, research and development and manufacturing process control.

SWIR Performance Camera With InGaAs Detector: FLIR A6260sc SWIR Performance Camera With InGaAs Detector: FLIR A6260sc

FLIR’S A6260sc is a short-wave infrared (SWIR) camera with high-speed performance and fully customizable features that sets the standard for SWIR cameras for science and R&D applications. With improved sensitivity and linearity across the full dynamic range, this camera is especially ideal for radiometry and temperature calibrated applications.

High-Resolution, LWIR, Scientific-Grade Infrared Camera: FLIR A655sc High-Resolution, LWIR, Scientific-Grade Infrared Camera: FLIR A655sc

FLIR's A655sc infrared cameras offer ultra-sharp 640 x 480 image resolution, high-speed windowing for an increased output frame rate up to 200 Hz, Gigabit Ethernet and USB connectivity, filtering, and the best sensitivity in an uncooled sensor. 

Infrared Cameras For Non-Contact Temperature Measurement: A6700sc, A6750sc And A6750sc SLS Infrared Cameras For Non-Contact Temperature Measurement: A6700sc, A6750sc And A6750sc SLS

The FLIR A6700sc, A6750sc and A6750sc SLS cameras are designed for measuring high speed thermal events and fast-moving targets in electronic inspection, medical thermography, manufacturing monitoring, and non-destructive testing applications. This series features short exposure times that allow users to freeze motion and complete extremely accurate temperature measurements. Frame rates can be increased to 480 frames per second to accurately characterize even higher speed thermal events and help ensure that no critical data is overlooked during testing.

  Compact HD MWIR InSb Cameras: FLIR A8200sc And FLIR A8300sc Compact HD MWIR InSb Cameras: FLIR A8200sc And FLIR A8300sc

FLIR offers the FLIR A8200sc and FLIR A8300sc high-sensitivity MWIR cameras designed to produce low-noise HD thermal images for electronics inspection, aerial thermal mapping, non-destructive material testing, and industrial R&D applications. The A8200sc produces crisp, 1.0 megapixel (1024 x 1024) thermal images, while the FLIR A8300sc produces 921,600 pixel (1280 x 720) images, both with very low noise to capture the finest image details.

HAND HELD CAMERAS

High-Sensitivity Cooled MWIR Camera: FLIR GF335 High-Sensitivity Cooled MWIR Camera: FLIR GF335

The FLIR GF335 is a mobile high-sensitivity, low noise, cooled thermal camera designed for detecting faint heat signatures in a range of applications, including use on test ranges, non-destructive testing, research, and science applications. This broadband camera features a cooled 3 – 5 µm InSb detector producing razor sharp images at 76,800 (320 x 240) pixels.

HD Performance Handheld Infrared Camera: FLIR T1030sc HD Performance Handheld Infrared Camera: FLIR T1030sc

FLIR offers the new T1030sc Long-Wave Infrared Camera designed to capture images with 1024 x 768 pixels at 30 frames per second (fps). The camera provides high thermal sensitivity, fast raw data streaming, and a high speed interface (HSI) connection for streaming lossless HD radiometric imagery at 120 Hz or up to 480 Hz with windowing.

Professional Thermal Cameras: FLIR T530 And FLIR T540 Professional Thermal Cameras: FLIR T530 And FLIR T540

The T530 and T540 are a part of FLIR’s T-series of compact infrared (IR) cameras for scientific and R&D applications. These models feature greater sensitivity, better accuracy, and a higher temperature range than other cameras in the series. With an improved ergonomic design, rapid-response user interface, and the exacting detail of FLIR’s unique Macro Mode, T500-Series cameras increase efficiency, reduce test times, and provide new insights into the target’s thermal behavior.

Portable Thermal Research Camera: T600sc Series Portable Thermal Research Camera: T600sc Series

FLIR’s T600sc series is made up of battery powered, handheld thermal imaging cameras ideal for applications that involve thermographic studies and temperature measurements. These thermal cameras cover the -40°C to 2,000°C temperature range and employ 640 x 480 infrared uncooled Vanadium Oxide (VOx) microbolometer detectors.

BENCH TOP TEST KITS

Benchtop Thermal Cameras: FLIR A35sc and FLIR A65sc Benchtop Thermal Cameras: FLIR A35sc and FLIR A65sc

The FLIR A35sc and A65sc Benchtop Test Kits are the perfect choice for engineering and science labs where size constraints are critical. Heat patterns and extract temperature values are easily detected from live or recorded imagery, and a variety of pixel resolutions are available as well as time vs. temperature plotting.

Thermal Imaging Measuring System For Electronics Testing: FLIR ETS320 Thermal Imaging Measuring System For Electronics Testing: FLIR ETS320

FLIR offers the new ETS320 affordable, non-contact thermal measurement system designed to collect accurate, reliable data in seconds and analyze it quickly for electronics testing and scientific research. The system pairs a high-sensitivity infrared camera with an integrated stand for hands-free measurements of printed circuit boards and other small electronics.

FEATURED VIDEOS

  • Overcoming The Challenges Of Measuring Temperature At High Speeds With FLIR X-Series Cameras

    Measuring the temperature of fast moving objects can be very challenging since traditional temperature measurement devices are often too slow or simply impractical.  In this brief 20-30 minute webinar, FLIR’s Scientific Segment Engineer, Taimen Taylor, will discuss how recent developments in high speed thermal camera technology allow engineers and researchers the ability to easily visualize and accurately measure temperatures on extremely fast moving targets.  Taimen will use real-world images from a variety of high speed thermal applications to showcase how new camera features allow users to record, access and analyze data quickly and easily.

  • Advantages Of LWIR SLS Thermal Cameras

    The integration of Type II Strained Layer Superlattice (SLS) detectors into commercially available thermal cameras in recent years has allowed researchers and scientists to solve several of the most difficult temperature measurement challenges. In this webinar FLIR will discuss how infrared cameras with cooled LWIR SLS detectors deliver significant improvements in speed, temperature range, uniformity, and stability while providing examples of their performance benefits when used is various high speed thermal measurement applications.

  • High-Speed Thermal Recording At Its Very Best
    High-Speed Thermal Recording At Its Very Best

    In this video, FLIR introduces the Portable High-Speed Data Recorder (pHSDR) and demonstrates how it can resolve some of the traditional performance limitations that arise from recording straight to a computer hard drive.

  • Product Video: HD Line Of Science-Grade Cameras
    Product Video: HD Line Of Science-Grade Cameras

    On day one of Photonics West, Ross Overstreet with FLIR showed us three different science-grade HD cameras they were exhibiting at the show. First, we saw the X8500sc 1280x1024 high-speed MWIR camera, ideal for demanding military test range imaging applications like target scoring  and target signature.

  • Cooled Vs. Uncooled Infrared Cameras
    Cooled Vs. Uncooled Infrared Cameras

    Ross Overstreet with FLIR discusses the differences between uncooled and cooled infrared cameras.

  • Important Factors In Infrared Imaging In Test Range And Tracking Applications
    Important Factors In Infrared Imaging In Test Range And Tracking Applications

    Ross Overstreet speaks with us about the types of features that are important on infrared cameras when used on a test range for rocket launches, missile intercepts, and target scoring applications.

  • Product Video: FLIR’s Highest Speed and Highest Resolution Camera
    Product Video: FLIR’s Highest Speed and Highest Resolution Camera

    FLIR introduced a new infrared camera at Photonics West 2017 – the X8500sc. Ross Overstreet gave us an overview on the new camera platform’s specifications and features – including on-board RAM.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

FLIR Systems, Inc - Research & Science

9 Townsend West

Nashua, NH 03063

UNITED STATES

Phone: 800-745-4620

Contact: Mark Boccella

FEATURED DOWNLOADS

  • Overcoming The Challenges Of Measuring Temperature At High Speeds With FLIR X-Series Cameras

    Measuring the temperature of fast moving objects can be very challenging since traditional temperature measurement devices are often too slow or simply impractical.  In this brief 20-30 minute webinar, FLIR’s Scientific Segment Engineer, Taimen Taylor, will discuss how recent developments in high speed thermal camera technology allow engineers and researchers the ability to easily visualize and accurately measure temperatures on extremely fast moving targets.  Taimen will use real-world images from a variety of high speed thermal applications to showcase how new camera features allow users to record, access and analyze data quickly and easily.

  • Temperature Guns Versus Thermal Imaging Technology

    Common tools for non-contact temperature measurements include both thermal imaging cameras and spot pyrometers. Each works by detecting infrared radiation and translating it into temperature readings. Thermal cameras however, have several advantages compared to spot pyrometers, including image generation, temperature readings of each pixel of the entire image, and temperature readings from a longer distance.

  • Infrared Camera Accuracy And Uncertainty In Plain Language

    Trusting measurements from instruments can be difficult without a clear understanding of how the sensitivity and accuracy is derived. Many times, infrared camera measurement accuracy is confusing and can involve complex terms and jargon that may be misleading. 

  • Electronic Component Testing: A Non-Contact Sport

    The smaller and more powerful an electronic device becomes, the more damage can be caused from its inherent heat. Designers are continuously looking for ways to keep components cool while maintaining the quality and integrity of performance.

  • Finding Resolution In A Distant Image

    IR cameras on the military test range often need to focus on far-away objects. Despite common misperceptions, zoom lenses work in IR cameras, but understanding spatial resolution is key. 

  • Software: A Critical Component Of Any IR Camera

    Software provides users of IR cameras with a work environment in which all the camera functions take place. Choosing the right software can greatly expand the capabilities of an IR camera.

  • The Challenges Of Infrared Radiance Measurement

    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.

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NEWS

  • FLIR Releases Starter Thermal Imaging Dataset for Machine Learning Advanced Driver Assistance Development

    FLIR Systems, Inc. today announced the availability of its open-source machine learning thermal dataset for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and self-driving vehicle researchers, developers, and auto manufacturers, featuring a compilation of more than 10,000 annotated thermal images of day and nighttime scenarios.

  • FLIR Acquires Nano-Drone Maker Prox Dynamics

    Today FLIR Systems Inc. announced the acquisition of Prox Dynamics, a Norway-based manufacturer of revolutionarily small, light, nano-class unmanned aerial systems (UAS) featuring their Black Hornet aerial sensor for military and para-military intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance gathering applications, for approximately $134 million in cash.

  • FLIR Releases New Software For Research And Science Applications

    FLIR Systems has recently announced a new 4.2 version of its ReasearchIR thermal imaging software. The new software is a powerful tool for viewing, acquiring, analyzing, and sharing thermal data captured with FLIR’s scientific and R&D cameras. It also allows users to access their MATLAB scripts directly in ResearchIR for specially-tailored image analysis and processing tasks.

  • FLIR Introduces UltraMax for T-Series Research and Science Cameras

    FLIR Systems recently introduced UltraMaxTM technology for its broad range of Tsc-Series handheld research and science cameras. The new UltraMaxTM technology will enable researchers to improve resolution of native thermal images, giving them more clarity and a higher level of temperature measurement accuracy. Using UltraMax, cameras will be able to make thermal images captured have up to four times as many pixels.

  • FLIR Systems Announces New FLIR Vue™ Thermal Cameras for sUAS

    FLIR Systems, Inc. recently announced the release of its new product; the FLIR Vue. The FLIR Vue is a compact thermal camera specifically designed for use on commercial sUAS. This new thermal camera provides a simple power-in/video-out interface over the same mini-USB interface many sUAS operators already use with the most popular action cameras. FLIR Vue is a simple plug-and-play thermal imaging solution for sUAS available and is ready to use with the most popular video transmitters and OSDs

  • FLIR Releases ResearchIR 4.2 Software For Research And Science Applications

    FLIR Systems announced the release of version 4.2 of its ResearchIR software. ResearchIR 4.2 provides researchers and scientists a powerful tool for viewing, acquiring, analyzing, and sharing the thermal data captured with FLIR’s Scientific and R&D cameras.

  • Continuous Leak Detection At Vital Installations

    The G300a thermal imaging camera from FLIR Systems lets you can monitor vital gas pipelines or installations 24/7. Installing a FLIR G300a will immediately enable you to see if a dangerous and costly gas leak appears.

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