Modern FLIR are equipped with different cooled and uncooled two-dimensional imaging detector systems that reproduce thermal images in the wavelength ranges of (2 ... 14) µm. This makes FLIR ideal for people and vehicle detection in government applications, other applications include industrial and construction thermography.
FLIR Infrared Cameras for Everyday Work
InfraTec's product range includes more than 30 thermal imaging camera models. The product range includes entry-level devices, professional and universal thermal imaging cameras, high-end solutions as well as industrial thermal imaging cameras and infrared imagers. Together we will find the right package of FLIR infrared camera, software, accessories and service for your specific application.
A Cooperation with InfraTec Offers you the Following Advantages:
- Wide variety of cooled and uncooled FLIR thermal imaging cameras for stationary and handheld use
- Application-specific software packages enable precise and efficient data evaluation
- Turnkey thermographic automation solutions
- Professional feasibility studies
- Comprehensive range of services from 24-hour service hotline to extended warranties
- In-house service department, e.g. for on-site support, remote maintenance and recalibration
- German designed, developed and manufactured
Choose Your Infrared Camera
Choose from more than 30 infrared camera models. Our product range includes entry-level cameras, professional cameras as well as universal cameras, high-end and industrial systems.
Measuring in Different Wavelength Ranges
FLIR cameras are suitable for detecting infrared radiation in three main wavelength ranges: The short-wave, the mid-wave and the long-wave infrared.
Short-wave Infrared (SWIR)
The short-wave infrared (SWIR) covers a wavelength range of (0.9 to 1.7) µm. For thermography, this range is useful for some high temperature applications. There are also SWIR ranges that allow long ranges for surveillance applications due to the low atmospheric attenuation.
Mid Infrared (MWIR)
The mid-infrared (MWIR) ranges from (1.5 to 8) μm. The spectral atmospheric absorption properties of water vapour and carbon dioxide still limit this range for outdoor applications to (2 to 5.5) µm, yet the entire MWIR range is interesting for spectral thermography of various materials. Among others, the infrared camera series ImageIR® developed by InfraTec is used for applications in this range. Models of this series have cooled focal plane array photon detectors with a native geometric resolution of up to (1,920 × 1,586) IR pixels. Solving measurement tasks over long distances is significantly more difficult in the MWIR.
Long-wave Infrared (LWIR)
Atmospheric influences play only a minor role in the long-wave infrared (LWIR) of (7 to 14) μm. Therefore, measurement tasks can be carried out over longer distances, even outdoors. LWIR is also a very good option for monitoring solutions that require continuous outdoor use. In this wavelength range, you can choose between FLIR systems that use cooled or uncooled detectors. The latter are usually smaller, lighter and cheaper than infrared cameras with cooled detectors. In addition to the stationary camera series ImageIR®, InfraTec also offers mobile and stationary microbolometer cameras of the VarioCAM® High Definition series.
High-end ImageIR® Cameras Series with Cooled Detectors
The high-end thermographic cameras of the product series ImageIR® from InfraTec meet the highest demands in research and science, for non-destructive inspection as well as for process control. The modular concept enables excellent adaption to your specific measurement and inspection tasks. Cooled photon detectors of different types (InSb, MCT), spectral sensitivity ranges and formats are used. The numerous equipment options include powerful infrared full optics, filters and rotating aperture wheels, trigger and data transfer interfaces as well as motor focus units suitable for continuous operation.
- Detector Format
Spatial resolution with detector formats with up to (1,920 × 1,536) infrared pixels
Integrated into camera, genuine temperature measured values
- Thermal Resolution
Thermal resolution as low as 0.015 K
- High-speed Mode
Due to Binning technology increase frame rates and thermal resolution at the same time
- Frame Rate
Analysis of high-speed dynamic temperature changes and processes
- Modular Design Concept
More flexibility for upgrades and changes of components
- Rotating Filter/Aperture Wheel
Flexible filtering by inbuilt two filter- / aperture wheels with up to 25 combinations
- Process and Trigger Interface
Precise triggering with only 10 ns jitter
Professional VarioCAM® Camera Series
More than 30 models of the VarioCAM® High Definition product series include premium infrared cameras as well as entry models to high-level thermography. The equipment versions “research” and “inspect”, which are designed for handheld operation, impress with 5.6" TFT colour displays, integrated 8 Megapixel digital cameras, high-performance uncooled microbolometer detectors and robust light-weight metal housings. The stationary “head” models allow fixed mount installation e.g. in harsh industrial environments.
- Detector Format
High-end detectors with up to (1,024 × 768) infrared pixels
Available with unique opto-mechanical micro-scanner for up to (2,048 × 1,536) infrared pixels
- Thermal resolution
Thermal resolution as low as 0.02 K
- Frame Rate
Frame rate up to 240 Hz
- TFT Display
Handheld models utilizing a 5.6" TFT colour display with (1,280 × 800) pixels
- Fixed Mount
Cameras for fixed mount use in harsh process environments as well as for computer-assisted laboratory tasks