FLIR T1030sc | 1024 x 768 Longwave Infrared Handheld Camera

The T1030sc offers a thermal sensitivity of < 20 mK (NETD), more than twice the industry standard, and wide temperature ranges with calibrations up to 2000°C.

Description

FLIR T1030sc | High Definition LWIR Handheld Camera

  • 1024 × 768 LWIR HD detector
  • Thermal sensitivity (NETD) of < 20 mK, more than 2x as sensitive as the industry standard
  • On-camera measurement tools and analytics packed in a portable, battery-powered, ergonomic handheld design
  • Raw high-speed data streaming at 120 Hz, or up to 480 Hz with windowing (NUC Corrected, Digital Counts)
  • Full-frame, lossless radiometric video recording to the camera’s removable SD card
  • Wide object temperature ranges – up to 2000°C – while maintaining accuracy of ±2°C
  • FLIR OSX™ Precision HDIR interchangeable lenses provides high-fidelity imagery and accurate temperature measurements at any focal length
  • Wi-Fi communication simplifies image sharing, remote control and viewing, and quick reporting from the field
  • View, acquire, analyze, and share data with provided FLIR ResearchIR Max software, or MathWorks® MATLAB (sold separately)

Download Datasheet:

FLIR T1030sc Datasheet

Software Datasheet:

FLIR ResearchIR Datasheet

Link to Supplier Page:

http://www.flir.com/science/display/?id=71716

Additional Information:

From its extraordinarily sensitive HD detector to its portable, flexible design, FLIR built the T1030sc for anyone who needs high thermal sensitivity, fast raw data streaming, and customizable features in a battery-powered, handheld, uncooled LWIR camera. The T1030sc captures images with 786,432 non-contact temperature measurements at 30 frames per second. With the High Speed Interface (HSI) connection, the camera streams lossless HD radiometric imagery at 120 Hz or up to 480 Hz with windowing.

The T1030sc offers a thermal sensitivity of < 20 mK (NETD), more than twice the industry standard, and wide temperature ranges with calibrations up to 2000°C. Its FLIR OSX™Precision HDIR Optical System features an ultrasonic drive, ambient temperature drift compensation, and parasitic radiation protection.

This camera is designed as a stand-alone data collection and analysis real-time radiometric system with full toolset embedded right in the camera. View, acquire, analyze, and share data with FLIR’s ResearchIR Max software, or with MathWorks® MATLAB.

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