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FLIR Systems introduces affordable SC35, SC15 and SC5 thermal imaging packs for R&D applications

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FLIR Systems Australia  announces the availability of a range of thermal imaging packs designed to bring complete and affordable thermography solutions to the test bench of every R&D engineer.

The extremely affordable FLIR SC35, SC15 and SC5 Packs contain both the hardware and software required for analysing and verifying R&D projects, enabling users to visualise and measure temperatures in a non-contact mode.

In addition to a thermal imaging camera and FLIR Tools+ software, all Packs come with a hard case, goose neck with foot and 2 cable straps, 2 Ethernet cables, base mount, focusing tool, PoE injector, and a power cable. FLIR Tools+ software supplied with each Pack enables analysis of thermal images in R&D environments.

Key features of FLIR Axx sc Series thermal imaging camera:

  • Visualises temperatures between -40°C and +550°C
  • Detects temperature differences as small as 50 mK
  • PoE capability enables communication and power with only one cable
  • GigE Vision compatibility provided as standard
  • GenIcam provides generic programming interface for all types of cameras
  • Enables one camera to be configured as master and others to be slave(s) in multi-camera applications
  • FLIR Tools+ software allows for viewing, recording and analysing thermal images
FLIR SC35 Pack

  • Thermal imaging camera: A35 sc
  • Image quality: 320 x 256 pixels
  • Lens focal length: 9mm
  • Software: FLIR Tools+
FLIR SC15 Pack

  • Thermal imaging camera: A15 sc
  • Image quality: 160 x 128 pixels
  • Lens focal length: 9mm
  • Software: FLIR Tools+
FLIR SC5 Pack

  • Thermal imaging camera: A5 sc
  • Image quality: 80 x 64 pixels
  • Lens focal length: 5mm
  • Software: FLIR Tools+

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