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Macro lenses for thermal cameras

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Flir Advanced Thermal Solutions has released two high performance macro lens for use with its SC645 and SC655 thermal imaging cameras.

Available in a choice of 2.9x and 5.8x magnification, the Flir close-up lens enable accurate temperature readings of small objects such as fuses, printed circuit boards and analysis of very small components and processes.

The 2.9x close-up lens can resolve elements as small as 50µm within a field-of-view of 32 x 24mm (40mm diagonal). The 5.8x lens operates over a larger field-of-view (64 x 48mm, 80mm diagonal) and can resolve elements as small as 100µm. The close-up lenses are manufactured to the highest quality standards and are easily connected to Flir thermal imaging cameras.

The SC645 and SC655 are high-resolution uncooled infrared cameras that offer high sensitivity and high functionality. Both cameras provide a 640 x 480 pixel IR resolution as well as GigE and USB 2.0 HS compatibility. The cameras are ideal for infrared research, product development and non-destructive testing applications. They can record thermal distribution and variations in real time, so heat patterns, dissipation, leakage, and other heat-related factors in equipment, products and processes can be identified.