NEC Avio Infrared Technologies (San Fernando, CA) has introduced its InfReC R300 high-definition thermal imager, which includes thermal movie recording to SD card in radiometric format, thermal/visible integrated images in composite/split-screen display, panoramas, autofocus, and 3.1 MP visible camera. The imager has a resolution (NETD) of 0.05°C and accuracy of ±1°C (1%). The R300 also comes with InfReC Analyzer NS9500PRO PC software, providing realtime recording, data analysis, and report creation. The R300's 320x240 microbolometer detector provides spatial resolution of 1.2 mrad (I.F.O.V) in a spectral range of 8 to 14 microns. The camera's standard temperature measuring range is -40 to 500°C, with an optional high-temperature range of 200 to 2000°C available. The R300 allows simultaneous video capture of thermal/visible images into PC via USB. The range of recording modes includes still visual and IR images, time interval, movies, panoramas, composites, and voice annotation. The detector also has optional lenses: 2x telephoto, 0.5x wide-angle, and close-up.
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