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FLIR Introduces Next Generation X-Series Infrared Cameras for the Most Demanding Indoor Lab and Open-Air Test Range Scenarios

FLIR, a Teledyne Technologies company, today announced four new additions to its family of X-series science-grade thermal cameras for research and development (R&D) for both the mid-wave infrared (MWIR) and longwave infrared (LWIR) spectrums: the X6980 HS high-speed family and the X8580 high-resolution family.

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These new high-speed (HS) models expand the performance capabilities of the popular FLIR X-Series cameras by taking connectivity and on-camera recording to the next level.

New 10GigE and CoaXPress (CXP) 2.1 high-speed interfaces provide more than one hour of lightning-fast image streaming and data transfer, ensuring data fidelity while improving efficiency. At the same time, the on-camera recording option includes a removable nonvolatile memory express (NVMe) solid-state drive (SSD) to ensure lossless recording of critical thermal events. A four-terabyte (TB) high-speed SSD is now included as a standard feature on all X-Series HS cameras, providing the ability to record multiple hours of thermal data on the camera without dropping frames.

“The FLIR X-series science thermal cameras are the industry standard for defense, academic, and commercial research and testing applications in the most critical test scenarios around the globe that require high-speed or high-resolution thermal data capture,” said Jerry Beeney, Business Development Director, FLIR. “Now, with the new X-series HS infrared cameras, lab or field operators will have access to lossless onboard recording, high-speed streaming and data transfer, and proprietary trigger and synchronization for precise, on-time recording.”

Standardize on FLIR Research Studio

In combination with FLIR Research Studio software, scientists, engineers, researchers, and quality assurance managers can leverage the X-series HS infrared cameras to blend data sets and synchronize multiple sensors, including with other FLIR A-series, X-series, and T-series cameras to create integrated, comprehensive analysis for improved decision support. By standardizing on the FLIR platform, organizations can enjoy reduced costs and interchangeability, depending on the specific needs of a given application, including electronic board-level design and testing, defense research, and other commercial and academic use cases.

To view the new X-series HS infrared cameras in person, visit the Teledyne FLIR booth number 702 at the SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing Conference at National Harbour, Maryland, April 23 – 25, 2024.

Source: http://www.teledyneflir.com/

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