FLIR Systems (Portland, OR) has released its SC6800 infrared camera. The device captures sensitive infrared imagery at up to 565 frames per second, in full 640 × 512 pixel resolution. The images can be thermographically and radiometrically calibrated.

The SC600 also provides interface flexibility. Simultaneous analog and digital outputs include component video, HD-SDI, Camera Link Full, or CoaxPress. FLIR offers CoaxPress on its IR camera, which allows transmission of high-speed, high-resolution data over a standard coaxial cable up to 120 meters long.

Other features include: advanced triggering options through external BNC input, IRIG time-stamping, interchangeable optional lenses (including close-up and telephoto), and FLIR Research IR software for data acquisition, analysis, and reporting.

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