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Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
FLIR Systems Launches Affordable, Compact High-Resolution InGaAs CameraFLIR Systems GmbH3, Frankfurt am Main, Germany
FLIR Systems announced the launch of its new SC2600 near infrared (NIR) camera for the research and science community. With its low noise and highly sensitive 640 × 512 InGaAs sensor, the SC2600 NIR camera complements FLIR's range of imaging products for automation, research, and science applications.
Powerful and flexible, the SC2600 combines a spectral sensitivity range of 0.9-1.7 µm and small 25 µm pixels, providing great image detail and small spot size for the sure detection of small targets and accurate, reliable measurements.
Features like independent analog and digital (gigabit Ethernet) video outputs, external frame synchronization, video windowing, and independent data streams give scientist and researchers the imaging power for the most demanding applications, including imaging spectroscopy, hyperspectral imaging, range & phenomenology, astronomy, water or ice detection, laser beam profiling, medical research, solar cell inspection, silicon wafer processing, non-destructive testing, and many others.
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