FLIR – Forward Looking InfraRed Cameras for Thermal Imaging from InfraTec

The term FLIR is an acronym for the abbreviation Forward Looking InfraRed. This designation has been established at the beginning of the early 60s of the last century while the development of thermal cameras was progressing. Sideward or downward looking 1-dimensional aircraft-mounted systems gradually had been replaced by forward looking scanner cameras which were not depending on the craft's motion for generating an image.

A state-of-the art FLIR camera is equipped with either cooled or uncooled 2-dimensional imaging sensors which capture infrared images in the wavelength range from (2 ... 14 µm). Their imaging capabilities have turned them into a valuable tool for any law enforcement or security application, but they are also used for industrial thermography and building inspection, too.

Does your daily business call for an extremely powerful FLIR camera? If so, InfraTec is the right partner for you. We deliver a full service package to you.

  • Wide range of cooled and uncool infrared cameras for handheld and stationary use
  • Application-specific software packages enable precise and efficient data evaluation
  • Turnkey thermographic automation solutions
  • Professional feasibility studies
  • Comprehensive range of services from 24-hour service hotline to extended warranties
  • German designed, developed and manufactured
  • Experienced sales and service partners enable local support levels

We offer a comprehensive range of more than 30 infrared camera models. Our product range comprises entry-level devices, professional and universal cameras, high-end solutions as well as industrial thermal cameras and infrared imager. Together we will find the right package consisting of infrared camera, software, accessories and service for your specifique application.

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High-resolution ImageIR® Cameras Series with Cooled Detectors

The high-end thermographic cameras of the product series ImageIR® from InfraTec meet the highest demands in research and science, for non-destructive inspection as well as for process control. The modular concept enables excellent adaption to your specific measurement and inspection tasks. Cooled photon detectors of different types (InSb, MCT), spectral sensitivity ranges and formats are used. The numerous equipment options include powerful infrared full optics, filters and rotating aperture wheels, trigger and data transfer interfaces as well as motor focus units suitable for continuous operation.

  • Detector Format

    Spatial resolution with detector formats with up to (1,920 × 1,536) infrared pixels

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    MicroScan

    Integrated into camera, genuine temperature measured values

  • Thermal Resolution

    Thermal resolution as low as 0.015 K

  • High-speed Mode

    Due to Binning technology increase frame rates and thermal resolution at the same time

  • Frame Rate

    Analysis of high-speed dynamic temperature changes and processes

  • Modular Design Concept

    More flexibility for upgrades and changes of components

  • Rotating Filter/Aperture Wheel

    Flexible filtering by inbuilt two filter- / aperture wheels with up to 25 combinations

  • Process and Trigger Interface

    Precise triggering with only 10 ns jitter

Professional VarioCAM® Camera Series

More than 30 models of the VarioCAM® High Definition product series include premium infrared cameras as well as entry models to high-level thermography. The equipment versions “research” and “inspect”, which are designed for handheld operation, impress with 5.6" TFT colour displays, integrated 8 Megapixel digital cameras, high-performance uncooled microbolometer detectors and robust light-weight metal housings. The stationary “head” models allow fixed mount installation e.g. in harsh industrial environments.

  • Detector Format

    High-end detectors with up to (1,024 × 768) infrared pixels