Thermal camera combines accuracy and sensitivity

23rd January 2018
Posted By : Anna Flockett
Thermal camera combines accuracy and sensitivity

 

Including a thermal sensitivity function which is twice as precise that of the industry standard, the FLIR T1030sc combines an extraordinarily sensitive detector with High Definition (HD)-ready optics, the camera detects temperature differences of less than 20mK at 30°C. 

For research and development professionals, accuracy matters. Whether you are in the field identifying stress failures in engines or in the lab measuring textiles to ensure the fabric will hold up in harsh weather conditions, your tools need to be durable, portable and precise. To help researchers and scientists tackle some of challenging thermal applications, the FLIR T1030sc HD LWIR camera delivers outstanding HD image clarity (1024x768).

Designed to be easy to use in a wide range of environments the FLIR T1030sc is a high-performance infrared camera in a flexible, portable, handheld package. As a consequence, the FLIR T1030sc can be used as a stand-alone data collection and analysis system in the field or as a high performance fixed-mounted thermal measurement solution in your lab.

In addition, the FLIR T1030sc delivers high-speed data just how you need it. The outstanding camera is able to record 1024x768 full frame video at 30Hz on battery power alone or stream raw thermal data at 120Hz via its high-speed interface.

FLIR's market leading ResearchIR Max software is included as standard so users can analyse and share data. To provide piece of mind the FLIR T1030sc also comes backed by FLIR’s Global 2-5-10 warranty, the industry’s best protection for any infrared camera.


You must be logged in to comment

Write a comment

No comments




More from FLIR Systems Ltd

Sign up to view our publications

Sign up

Sign up to view our downloads

Sign up

CES 2019
8th January 2019
United States of America Las Vegas, Nevada
Southern Manufacturing & Electronics 2019
5th February 2019
United Kingdom Farnborough
embedded world 2019
26th February 2019
Germany Nuremberg
Wearable Tech Show 2019
12th March 2019
United Kingdom London
AMPER 2019
19th March 2019
Czech Republic Brno Exhibition Centre