FLIR Automation Catalogue - Infrared Camera Warehouse

FLIR Automation Catalogue - Infrared Camera Warehouse
Thermal imaging cameras for
Automation & Fire and Safety
Machine Vision
Process Monitoring
Quality Control
Fire Detection
Critical Equipment Monitoring
FLIR Systems: the world leader
in thermal imaging cameras
FLIR Systems is the world leader in the design,
manufacturing and marketing of thermal imaging
systems for a wide variety of commercial,
industrial and government applications.
FLIR Systems’ thermal imaging systems use stateof-the-art thermal imaging technology that detects
infrared radiation - or heat. Based on detected
temperature differences, thermal imaging cameras
can create a crisp image. Complicated algorithms
make it also possible to read correct temperature
values from this image. We design and manu­
facture all of the critical technologies inside our
products, including detectors, electronics, and
special lenses ourselves.
FLIR Systems, Stockholm
FLIR Systems, Portland
FLIR Systems, Boston
FLIR Systems Santa Barbara
Rapidly emerging markets and organization
Interest for thermal imaging has grown considerably
over the last few years in a large variety of markets.
To face this increased demand, FLIR Systems has
expanded its organization drastically. Today we employ
more than 3,200 people. Together, these infrared
specialists realize a consolidated annual turnover
of more than 1 billion US dollars. This makes FLIR
Systems the largest manufacturer of commercial
thermal imaging cameras in the world.
Manufacturing capabilities
FLIR Systems currently operates 6 manufacturing
plants: three in the USA (Portland, Boston and Santa
Barbara, California) one in Stockholm, Sweden, one in
Estonia and one in Paris, France.
Thermal imaging: more than building a camera
There is more to the world of thermal imaging than
building a camera. FLIR Systems is not only committed
to providing you with the best camera, we are also able
to offer you the best software, service and training to
suit your thermal imaging needs.
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INFRARED:
more than meets the eye
Infrared - part of the
electromagnetic spectrum
Our eyes are detectors that are
designed to detect visible light (or
visible radiation). There are other
forms of light (or radiation) that
we cannot see. The human eye can
only see a very small part of the
electromagnetic spectrum. At one
end of the spectrum we cannot see
ultraviolet light, while at the other
end our eyes cannot see infrared.
Infrared radiation lies between the
visible and microwave portions of
the electromagnetic spectrum. The
primary source of infrared radiation is
heat or thermal radiation.
Any object that has a temperature
above absolute zero (-273.15 degrees
Celsius or 0 Kelvin) emits radiation in
the infrared region. Even objects that
we think of as being very cold, such
as ice cubes, emit infrared radiation.
We experience infrared radiation
every day. The heat that we feel from
sunlight, a fire or a radiator is all
infrared. Although our eyes cannot see
it, the nerves in our skin can feel it as
heat. The warmer the object, the more
infrared radiation it emits.
Microwaves
Visible
Gamma
Rays
X-Rays
UltraViolet
Radio
Infrared
UHF
Visible
VHF
Infrared
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The infrared camera
Infrared energy (A) coming from
an object is focused by the optics
(B) onto an infrared detector (C).
The detector sends the information
to sensor electronics (D) for image
processing. The electronics translate
the data coming from the detector into
an image (E) that can be viewed in
the viewfinder or on a standard video
monitor or LCD screen.
LW
5
12 micrometers
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Infrared thermography is the art of
transforming an infrared image into
a radiometric one, which allows
temperature values to be read from
the image. In order to do this, complex
algorithms are incorporated into the
thermal imaging camera.
E
A
B
C
D
E
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Why use thermal imaging cameras?
Why would you choose a FLIR thermal imaging camera? There are other technologies
available to help you measure temperatures in a non-contact mode. Infrared thermometers
for example.
Infrared thermometers vs thermal imaging cameras
Infrared (IR) thermometers are reliable and very useful for single-spot temperature
readings, but for scanning large areas or components, it’s easy to miss critical components
that may be near failure and need repair.
A FLIR thermal imaging camera can scan entire motors, components, or panels at once never missing any overheating hazards, no matter how small.
Use thousands of infrared thermometers at the same time
With an infrared thermometer you are able to measure the temperature at one single
spot. FLIR thermal imaging cameras can measure temperatures on the entire image. The
i3 has an image resolution of 60 x 60 pixels. This means that it is equal to using 3,600 IR
thermometers at the same time. If we look at the FLIR P660, our top model, which has an
image resolution of 640 x 480 pixels, this means 307,200 pixels or using 307,200 infrared
thermometers at the same time.
IR thermometer, temperature measurement
in one spot
FLIR i3, temperature in 3,600 spots
Find problems faster and easier with
extreme accuracy.
It’s easy to miss critical problems with a spot
IR thermometer. A FLIR thermal imaging
camera scans entire components giving you
instant diagnostic insights showing the full
extent of problems.
What an IR Thermometer
sees.
What a thermal imaging
camera sees.
What an IR Thermometer
sees.
What a thermal imaging
camera sees.
What an IR Thermometer
sees.
What a thermal imaging
camera sees.
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Thermal imaging cameras for automation
and fire & safety
Production engineers and technicians are faced by the demand for higher production
output at a constant quality and at lower cost. The FLIR A-series thermal imaging
cameras are the most effective tool available for Infrared Machine Vision, Closed loop
Process control and Quality Assurance imaging, helping you to validate and increase
product quality and throughput and thereby give your products a competitive edge and
increased profitability.
The FLIR A-Series thermal imaging cameras are also great tools for fire and safety
applications. Safety applications exist in any industry where protection of lives and
assets is of importance and where an early warning of a potential critical condition is of
utmost importance.
Automation
Problems can occur at any time in a production process. In most
cases, it will not be possible to see the problem with the naked eye or
to quickly spot potentially harmful temperature variations.
For many applications, such as the production of parts and
components for the automotive or electronics industry, thermal data
are critical.
Inspection of car windscreen defrosting.
While machine vision can see a production problem, it cannot
detect thermal irregularities. Thermal imagery provides much more
information to production specialists and decision makers. Indeed,
for non-contact precision temperature measurement there is nothing
to equal thermal imaging. It adds a new dimension to machine vision
and is the perfect solution for applications involving non-contact
precision temperature measurement and non-destructive testing.
Fire and safety
Safety applications can be found in many industries. Just a
few examples are oil and gas production, power generation or
distribution, steel manufacturing, or any industry which has some
type of storage area where goods or material is kept that can self
combust. Examples on this is storage of splint wood, batteries, waste,
coal and more. All these applications have in common that there is a
fundamental need to detect hot spots and then prevent that this turns
in to a fire or a costly break down.
Coal pile monitoring.
Thermal imaging cameras
Advanced thermal imaging cameras allow you to monitor what
you can’t see, providing quality assurance and safety in the fastest
and easiest way possible. They can be installed almost anywhere
to monitor the efficiency and safety of your production process by
detecting and measuring temperature differences.
Thermal imaging cameras have proven to be an invaluable tool
for safety monitoring and to improve production quality.
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The advantages of thermal imaging at a glance!
• Sees the heat produced
• Can trigger alarms
• Non-contact, quick and easy to use
• Performs inspections when systems
are in production
• Identifies and locates the problem
• Measures the temperature
• Stores the information
• Saves you valuable time and money
Automation
Function test and quality assessment of car
windows and seats
Due to the high quality demands of the automobile
industry all front and rear windows, car seat
heatings and various other components are
assessed with thermal imaging cameras. In
addition to the traditional presence check and
the search for weak points in the material on the
heating wires in the rear windows, the product
quality of a heated front window is also monitored
continuously. Furthermore infrared cameras are
used for air conditioning test benches in order to
acquire valuable temperature data.
Fire and safety
Fire detection in waste bunkers
In vast storage warehouses at waste incineration
plants, many different materials are collected.
Spontaneous fires can be caused by the
decomposition processes. Also the inclusion of
highly combustible objects is a fire hazard. A
thermal imaging camera prevents spontaneous
fires by identifying fire pockets in an early stage so
that a fire alarm can be triggered.
Outdoor fire detection
After coal has been mined the various product
grades are homogenised on different storage areas.
As spontaneous combustion, due to an increase in
temperature, cannot be disregarded, the storage
areas are monitored continuously for hot spots, so
that an early fire alarm may be triggered and fires
can be avoided.
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FLIR A65 / A35 / A15 / A5
Compact thermal imaging cameras
for machine vision applications
Thermal imaging cameras are used worldwide across a wide variety of industries to
monitor continuous processes. Thermal imaging can easily collect information on
product quality and/or production efficiency that is difficult or impossible to capture
using conventional means such as thermocouples or visible light cameras.
The FLIR Axx-Series is the perfect solution for those applications that require
the benefits of a thermal image. The FLIR Axx-Series camera has features and
functions that make it the natural choice for anyone who uses PC software to solve
problems.
Extremely affordable
The Axx-Series are low-cost infrared cameras
where the Flir A5 is the most affordable. They
are ideal tools for putting thermal imaging
at work in an automation or machine vision
environment.
GenICam™ protocol support
The goal of GenICam is to provide a generic
programming interface for all types of
cameras. Regardless of interface technology
(GigE Vision, Camera Link, 1394 DCAM, etc.)
or features implemented, the Application
Programming Interface (API) will always be
the same. The GenICam protocol also makes
it possible to use third party software with the
camera.
Extremely compact
All models are extremely compact. They
can easily be integrated in a machine vision
environment.
Choice of image quality
The FLIR A65 produces crisp thermal images
of 640 x 512 pixels. Users that do not need
this high image quality for their application
can choose for the FLIR A35 which produces
thermal images of 320 x 256 pixels, for the
FLIR A15 which produces thermal images
of 160 x 128 pixels or for the FLIR A5 which
produces thermal images of 80 x 64 pixels.
GigE Vision™ standard compatibility
GigE Vision is a new camera interface
standard developed using the Gigabit
Ethernet communication interface. GigE
Vision is the first standard to allow for fast
image transfer using low cost standard
cables even over long distances. With GigE
Vision, hardware and software from different
vendors can interoperate seamlessly over
GigE connections.
PoE
Synchronization
Possible to configure one camera to
be master and others to be slave(s) for
applications that call for more than one
camera to cover the object or for stereoscopic
applications.
General Purpose Input/Output (GPIO)
One output that can be used to control other
equipment and one input to read the status
from the same equipment.
...°C
...°C
...°C
...°C
HIGH
SENSITIVITY
< 50 mK
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Power over Ethernet (PoE )
Communication and power supplied with only
one cable.
Wide temperature range
The FLIR Axx-Series visualizes temperatures
between –40°C and +550°C in two ranges.
(A65: -25°C to +135°C).
High sensitivity < 50 mK
< 50 mK thermal sensitivity captures the
finest image details and temperature
difference information.
Software included
The FLIR Axx thermal imaging cameras work
seamlessly together with FLIR Tools. It allows
for viewing and analyzing thermal images
and includes functions such as time versus
temperature plots. Users that need more
functionality and also want to be able to record
images can optionally choose for FLIR Tools+.
Process monitoring of production line
Quality control of food production line
40 mm
106
mm
Status LED
43 mm
12-pole M12 connector
Ethernet connection
Available models
Resolution
Available lenses
FLIR A65
FLIR A35
FLIR A15
FLIR A5
640 x 512 pixels
320 x 256 pixels
160 x 128 pixels
80 x 64 pixels
Focal length 13 mm
Focal length 9 mm
Focal length 9 mm
Focal length 5 mm
Focal length 25 mm
Focal length 19 mm
Focal length 19 mm
Focal length 9 mm
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FLIR A300 / A310
Hotspot detection: the thermal
eye that never sleeps
Fixed mounted thermal imaging cameras like FLIR A300/
A310 can be installed almost anywhere to monitor your
critical equipment and other valuable assets. It will
safeguard your plant and measure temperature differences
to assess the criticality of the situation. This allows you
to see problems before they become costly failures,
preventing downtime and enhancing worker safety.
Built-in extensive analysis functions
(only FLIR A310)
Spot, area measurement and difference
temperature functions.
ALARMS
Ethernet/IP
Modbus TCP
Built-in alarm functions (only FLIR A310)
As function of analysis, internal temperature or
digital input.
25°
HIGH
SENSITIVITY
< 50 mK
Remote control
Remote control of the camera over the Web and
TCP/IP protocol.
Messaging functionality (only FLIR A310)
The camera automatically sends analysis results,
IR images and more as an e-mail on schedule
or at alarm. Autonomous dispatch of files or
e-mails, acting as an FTP- or SMTP-client.
16 bit image
16 bit radiometric image streaming to PC for
analysis.
Image masking functionality
(only FLIR A310)
Select only the relevant part of the image for
your analysis.
PoE
DIGITAL
MPEG-4 streamed video
MPEG-4 streamed video output over Ethernet to
show live images on a PC, 640x480 with overlay
up to 30 Hz, system dependent.
PoE (Power over Ethernet)
Communication and power supplied with only
one cable.
Digital inputs/outputs (only FLIR A310)
For alarms and control of external equipment.
Video output
Composite video output, PAL and NTSC
compatible.
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High sensitivity < 50 mK
< 50 mK thermal sensitivity captures the finest
image details and temperature difference
information.
Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP compliance
(only FLIR A310)
Easy sharing of analysis, alarm results to PLC's.
16bit
100Mb
ETHERNET
MPEG-4
Lens
Built-in 25 degree lens with both motorized focus
and autofocus. Optional lenses available.
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IP66
Built-in 100 Mb Ethernet connection
100 Mb Ethernet.
FLIR A300f / A310f
The FLIR A300 / A310 can be ordered in an
environmental housing. The housing increases
the environmental specifications of the FLIR
A300 / A310 to IP66, without effecting any
of the camera features. It is ideal when the
camera needs to be installed in dusty or wet
environments. The housing is available for A300
cameras that are equipped with a 25º or 45º lens
and A310 cameras that are equipped with a 25º,
45º or 90º lens.
Users that want to build in the camera in the
housing themselves or that already have a FLIR
A300 or A310 that needs to be extra protected
against dust and water can order the housing
separately as an accessory.
Digital photo and thermal image of a substation showing a transformer with excessive
temperature.
Thermal imaging offers another pair of “eyes”
to see through the steam into the log vat for
proper log alignment.
Operators cannot see through the steam
cloud caused by condensation in cooler air
temperatures.
Who will benefit from this
technology?
Oil and Gas
Oil refineries and exploration,
petrochemical plants:
Rugged aluminium housing
Easy mounting on three sides
• Natural gas processing, transport
and storage
• Fire prevention in storage areas
• Refractory lining monitoring
• Flare detection
• Process quality control
Power Generation and Distribution
Germanium lens
Composite video output
Ethernet connection
Power connection
Digital input/output connection
• Fire prevention on coal piles
• Fire prevention in wood storage
areas
• Fire prevention in waste storage
areas
• Sub-station monitoring
• Critical equipment monitoring
FLIR A300 / FLIR A310 housing options
A300 f / A310 f
The FLIR A300 f and A310 f are thermal imaging
cameras with an environmental housing protecting
the A300 or A310 against dust and water. The housing
increases the environmental specifications of the
FLIR A300 / A310 to IP66, without affecting any of the
camera features.
FLIR A310 pt
The FLIR A310 pt pan/tilt has all the necessary features and
functions to build single- or multi-camera solutions. The FLIR
A310pt can pan +/- 360º continuous and tilt +/- 45º. It is ideal to
cover large areas. Typical application examples are coal pile,
waste bunker and sub-station monitoring, utilizing standard
Ethernet hardware and software protocols.
The FLIR A310 pt is a multi-sensor and includes a lowlight
36x zoom color CCD camera.
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FLIR A315 / A615
Automation: speed up your
design cycle with thermal imaging
Fixed mounted thermal imaging cameras like FLIR A615/A315 can be installed
almost anywhere to monitor your production process by detecting and
measuring temperature differences and visualize heat patterns. The FLIR A315
/ A615 is a series of compact and affordable thermal imaging cameras, fully
controlled by a PC. Due to their compliance to standards, FLIR A315 / A615 are
Plug&Play with 3rd parties Machine Vision software like National instruments,
Cognex, Matrox, MVtec and Stemmer Imaging.
GigE Vision™ standard compatibility
An industry first. GigE Vision is a new camera
interface standard developed using the Gigabit
Ethernet communication interface. GigE Vision is
the first standard to allow for fast image transfer
using low cost standard cables even over long
distances. With GigE Vision, hardware and
software from different vendors can interoperate
seamlessly over GigE connections.
GenICam™ protocol support
An industry first. The goal of GenICam is to
provide a generic programming interface for
all kinds of cameras. Regardless of interface
technology (GigE Vision, Camera Link, 1394
DCAM, etc.) or features implemented, the
application programming interface (API) will
always be the same. The GenICam protocol also
makes third party software being possible to use
with the camera.
T-LUT
16bit
16-bit temperature linear output
Allows you to do temperature measurements,
in a non-contact mode, within any 3rd party
software.
640
x
640x480 pixels (only FLIR A615)
The FLIR A615 has a resolution pixel detector of
640x480 pixels that allows more accuracy and
shows more details at a longer distance.
480
30 60 120
HIGH
SENSITIVITY
< 50 mK
GIGABIT
ETHERNET
25°
IP66
High sensitivity < 50 mK
< 50 mK thermal sensitivity captures the finest
image details and temperature difference
information.
Built-in Gigabit Ethernet connection
Real time 16-bit image streaming to computer.
Lens (only FLIR A315)
Built-in 25 degree lens with both motorized
focus and autofocus. Optional lenses available.
FLIR A315f
The FLIR A315 can be ordered in an
environmental housing. The housing increases
the environmental specifications of the FLIR
A315 to IP66, without effecting any of the camera
features. It is ideal when the camera needs
to be installed in dusty or wet environments.
The housing is available for cameras that are
equipped with a 25º, 45º or 90º lens.
Users that want to build in the camera in the
housing themselves or that already have a FLIR
A315 that needs to be extra protected against
dust and water can order the housing separately
as an accessory.
High speed infrared windowing (only FLIR
A615)
The FLIR A615 has a high speed infrared
windowing option.
Image flow control
Let an external signal control the image
streaming.
A315 f, thermal imaging camera with environmental
housing (IP 66 rated).
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Process monitoring of production line
Rugged aluminium housing
Germanium lens
Easy mounting on three sides
Gigabit Ethernet connection
Power connection
USB connection
Digital input/output connection
Who will benefit from this technology?
Automotive
Cars and commercial vehicles, engine manufacturing and
subcontractors serving the industry:
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Soldering and welding
Car seat heating
Verification of window defrosting
Heating, air conditioning functions
Casting of plastic or metallic parts
Quality checking of laminated parts such as dashboards
Quality checking of leather upholstery
Friction control of tires
Thermal image of a windshield defroster.
Thermal image of a car engine.
Electronics
Electronics design, PCB and component
manufacture and electronics assembly:
• PCB testing, validation and verification
• Fault tracing in board assemblies
• Power electronics design
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Software
Turning tools into solutions
Turning tools into solutions
In order to fully utilize the FLIR A-Series cameras and integrate them into working
systems for safety and automation the A-Series offer a set of software tools and
utilities. Further information regarding downloads and updates is available at
http://flir.custhelp.com/
General
IP Config
Utility program for network camera detection and IP address setting, the
program comes with the Utility CD in the delivery box or can be downloaded
from FLIR Custhelp.
FLIR Tools
The FLIR Axx-Series thermal imaging cameras work seamlessly together with FLIR Tools. It allows for viewing and
analyzing thermal images and includes functions such as time versus temperature plots. Users that need more
functionality and also want to be able to record images can optionally choose for FLIR Tools+.
For Safety (A300/A310/A310 pt/A310 f)
• FLIR IR Monitor
Utility program for first camera connection and control and setup of internal features/functions, supports up to 9
cameras simultaneously, the program comes with the Utility CD in the delivery box or can be downloaded from
FLIR Custhelp.
• Built in WEB server
Simple built in camera control and image viewer, connect using http://”camera ip adress” in a WEB browser or
connect through the IP Config program.
• Ethernet/IP or Modbus TCP (A310 only)
Industrial Field bus protocols, allows that Analyse, Alarm and Camera control is shared with PLC’s. This function is
always turned on in the A310 Camera.
• ThermoVision SDK
An ActiveX component that allows camera control and image grabbing and transformation, purchased separately.
For Automation (A315/A615/Axx)
• FLIR Camera Player
Utility program for first camera connection and streamed image viewing,
the program comes with the Utility CD in the delivery box or can be
downloaded from FLIR Custhelp.
• GigE Vision and GenICam compliance
Machine Vision camera standard supported in many 3:rd party image
processing software.
• SDK´s for application development
For application development a Pleora eBus SDK or FLIR GEV Demo
sample exists and can be downloaded from FLIR Custhelp.
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FLIR Sensors Manager
FLIR Sensors Manager is suited for managing thermal imaging
cameras with temperature capabilities like the FLIR A310f and
FLIR A310pt.
FLIR Sensors Manager allows you to get the most out of your
thermal imaging camera with temperature measurement
capability. It is ideal for monitoring critical infrastructure and for
preventing fires.
FLIR Sensors Manager allows to automatically locate FLIR
A310pt and FLIR A310f cameras in the network. They can be
easily controlled and set-up in a distributed multi-camera
environment.
Stop, stare and check temperature
Allows to look at Regions Of Interest periodically.
If the temperature rises above a value set by the
operator, an alarm will go off.
Image and settings
You can change the color palette, choose appro­
priate image quality, manage image adjustments
and select overlay graphics.
Wide range of analysis possibilities
FLIR Sensors Manager allows for putting spots or
boxes on the thermal images so that temperature
values can be read. You can also create georeferenced spots and areas when using a FLIR
A310pt thermal imaging camera.
Alarm settings
Allows configuring alarm conditions. Measure­
ment alarms, digital input alarms, temperature
sensors alarms.
FLIR Sensors Manager allows for easy setting of alarm
conditions and alarm actions
All features are included in the basic version of
FLIR Sensors Manager. All the functionality that
is necessary for protecting your perimeter will be
available as well.
Combined with FLIR Sensors Manager your FLIR
A310f and FLIR A310 pt thermal imaging cameras
will become real dual use systems: temperature
monitoring of critical installations and perimeter
security.
With FLIR Sensors Manager you can geo-reference your
thermal imaging camera and easily change image settings,
alarm conditions,...
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ITC
FLIR Infrared Training Center
The Infrared Training Center (ITC) offers the world's leading infrared training and
thermographer certification programs.
Although all our cameras are designed for easy
installation and operation, there is a lot more
to thermal imaging than just knowing how to
handle the camera. As the leading company for
thermal imaging technology, we like to share
our knowledge with our customers and other
interested parties.
We therefore organize regular courses and
seminars. We also organize in-company training
on request, so that you, or your staff, can
gain familiarity with thermal imaging and its
applications.
The ITC not only welcomes FLIR Systems
customers but also users of other brands of
cameras. In fact, anyone who wants to learn
more about thermal imaging for any applications,
before deciding to purchase a camera, is also
invited.
The mission of the ITC is to make our customers
and partners successful by enhancing their
knowledge of IR technology, thermal imaging
products, and relevant applications. The ITC
offers a portfolio of courses that presents the
right mix of theoretical and practical content to
help professionals quickly apply thermal imaging
technology to real life applications.
All our instructors are experienced thermal
imaging specialists. Not only do they have
a profound theoretical knowledge but they
also have practical experience with numerous
applications. For our customers, this means that
attending one of the ITC’s courses will give them
a real hands-on learning experience.
Follow one of our courses and become a
thermal imaging expert.
Each ITC course is a perfect combination of theoretical fundamentals and practical excercises.
It guarantees participants a real hands-on learning experience.
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After Sales
FLIR After Sales
At FLIR Systems, building a relationship with a customer takes more than just
selling a thermal imaging camera. After the camera has been delivered, FLIR
Systems is there to help meet your needs.
Once purchased, thermal imaging cameras
are vital pieces of equipment. To keep them
running at all times, we operate a worldwide
service network with subsidiaries in Belgium,
China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, the
Netherlands, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, the
United Kingdom and the USA.
If there should be a problem with one of our
camera systems, these local service centers
have all the know-how and equipment to solve it
within the shortest possible time. Local camera
service gives you the assurance that your system
will be ready for use again within an extremely
short timeframe.
Our service personnel regularly follows training
programs at our production facilities in Sweden
or the USA. Not only to learn about the technical
aspects of the products, but also to familiarize
themselves with your individual customer
requirements and the latest applications.
Different types of maintenance contracts can be
offered to make sure that, whatever happens,
your thermal imaging camera is always available
for use.
CUSTOMER CARE is not just a slogan.
We write it in capital letters at FLIR.
Buying a thermal imaging camera is a long-term
investment. You need a reliable supplier who can
provide you with support over a long period of
time.
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FLIR A300 / A310
Technical specifications
Camera specific
FLIR A300
FLIR A310
Measurement analysis
Spotmeter
Area
Isotherm
Measurement option
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Difference temperature
N/A
Reference temperature
N/A
Atmospheric transmission correction
N/A
Optics transmission correction
Emissivity correction
Reflected apparent temperature correction
External optics/windows correction
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Measurement corrections
N/A
10
10 boxes with max./min./average/position
1 with above/below/interval
Measurement Mask Filter
Schedule response: File sending (ftp), email (SMTP)
Delta temperature between measurement functions or
reference temperature
Manually set or captured from any measurement
function
Automatic, based on inputs for distance, atmospheric
temperature and relative humidity
Automatic, based on signals from internal sensors
Variable from 0.01 to 1.0
Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature
Automatic, based on input of optics/window
transmission and temperature
Global and individual object parameters
Alarm
Alarm functions
N/A
Alarm output
N/A
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet, protocols
Control and image
TCP, UDP, SNTP, RTSP, RTP, HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, ftp,
SMTP, SMB (CIFS), DHCP, MDNS (Bonjour), uPnP
Ethernet, image streaming
16-bit 320 x 240 pixels at 3 Hz
- Radiometric
Control, result and image
Ethernet/IP, Modbus TCP, TCP, UDP, SNTP, RTSP, RTP,
HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, ftp, SMTP, SMB (CIFS), DHCP,
MDNS (Bonjour), uPnP
16-bit 320 x 240 pixels at 7-8 Hz
-Radiometric
FLIR A300 / A310 - Standard
FLIR A300 f / A310 f - Environmental housing FLIR A310 pt - Pan/tilt
–15°C to +50°C
IP 40 (IEC 60529)
25 g (IEC 60068-2-29)
–25°C to +50°C
IP 66 (IEC 60529)
5 g, 11 ms (IEC 60068-2-27)
–25°C to +50°C
IP 66 (IEC 60529)
5 g, 11 ms, (IEC 60068-2-27)
0.7 kg
170 × 70 × 70 mm
UNC ¼”-20 (on three sides)
2 × M4 thread mounting holes (on three
sides)
5 kg
460 × 140 × 159 mm
N/A
TBA
17.9 kg
460 x 467 x 326 mm
N/A
TBA
System features
Automatic heaters
N/A
Clears ice from window
Clears ice from window
Pan/tilt
Azimuth range
Elevation range
Programmable presets
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Az velocity 360º continuous, 0.1 to 60º/sec max.
El velocity +/- 45º, 0.1 to 30º/sec. max.
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Ethernet video streaming
Ethernet, video streaming
MPEG-4, ISO/IEC 14496-1 MPEG-4 ASP@L5
MPEG-4, ISO/IEC 14496-1 MPEG-4 ASP@
L5
Two independent channels for each camera
-MPEG-4, H.264 or M-JPEG
12/24 VDC (10-30 VDC), 24 W absolute max
12/24 VDC (10-30 VDC), 24 W absolute max 24 VAC (21-30 VAC) 24 VDC (21-30 VDC)
24 VAC: 215 VA max w/heater
24 VDC: 195 W max w/heater
Environmental data
Operating temperature range
Encapsulation
Bump
Physical data
Weight
Camera size (L × W × H)
Tripod mounting
Base mounting
Power system
External power operation
Consumption
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6 automatic alarms on any selected measurement
function, Digital In, Camera temperature, timer
Digital Out, log, store image, file sending (ftp), email
(SMTP), notification
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General
Imaging and optical data
Field of view (FOV) / Minimum focus distance
Lens identification
Thermal sensitivity/NETD
Focus
F-number
Image frequency
Zoom
25° × 18.8° / 0.4 m
Automatic
< 0.05°C at +30°C / 50 mK
Automatic or manual (built in motor)
1.3
30 Hz
1–8× continuous, digital, interpolating zooming on images
Detector data
IR resolution
Detector pitch
Detector time constant
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral range
320 × 240 pixels
25 μm
Typical 12 ms
Uncooled microbolometer / 7.5–13 μm
Measurement
Object temperature range
Accuracy
–20 to +120°C
0 to +350°C
±2°C or ±2% of reading
Set-up
Color palettes
Set-up commands
Color palettes (BW, BW inv, Iron, Rain)
Date/time, Temperature °C
Storage of images
Image storage type
File formats
Built-in memory for image storage
Standard JPEG, 16-bit measurement data included
Composite video
Video
Video, standard
Composite video output, PAL and NTSC compatible
CVBS (ITU-R-BT.470 PAL/SMPTE 170M NTSC)
Digital input/output
Digital input
Digital output, purpose
Digital output
Digital I/O, isolation voltage
Digital I/O, supply voltage
Digital I/O, connector type
Digital input, purpose
2 opto-isolated, 10–30 VDC
As function of ALARM, Output to ext. device
(programmatically set)
2 opto-isolated, 10–30 VDC, max 100 mA
500 VRMS
12/24 VDC, max 200 mA
6-pole jackable screw terminal
Image tag (start/stop/general), Input ext. device (programmatically read)
Ethernet
Ethernet, standard
Ethernet, connector type
Ethernet, type
Ethernet, communication
Ethernet, power
IEEE 802.3
RJ-45
100 Mbps
TCP/IP socket-based FLIR proprietary
Power over Ethernet, PoE IEEE 802.3af class 0
Environmental data
Storage temperature range
Humidity (operating and storage)
Vibration
–40°C to +70°C
IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity
+25°C to +40°C
• EN 61000-6-2:2001 (Immunity)
• EN 61000-6-3:2001 (Emission)
• FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (Emission)
2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
Physical data
Housing material
Aluminium
EMC
Scope of delivery
Hard transport case or cardboard box, thermal imaging camera with lens, utility CD-ROM, calibration certificate, Ethernet™ cable, mains
cable, power cable (pig-tailed), power supply, user documentation CD-ROM, printed documentation, 6-pole screw terminal (mounted on
camera)
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FLIR A315 / A615
Camera specific
FLIR A315
FLIR A615
25° × 18.8° / 0.4 m
1.36 mrad
18 mm
1.3
60 Hz
25° x 19° / 0.25 m
0.68 mrad
24.6 mm
1.0
50 Hz (100/200 Hz with windowing)
Uncooled microbolometer / 7.5–13 μm
320 × 240 pixels
25 μm
Typical 12 ms
Uncooled microbolometer / 7.5–14 μm
640 × 480 pixels
17 μm
Typical 8 ms
–20 to +120°C
0 to +350°C
USB
USB
USB, standard
USB, connector type
USB, communication
USB, image streaming
-20 to +150°C
+100 to +650°C
+300 to +2000°C
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
USB, protocols
N/A
Control and image
USB 2 HS
USB Mini-B
TCP/IP socket-based FLIR proprietary
16-bit 640 × 480 pixels at 25 Hz
- Signal linear
- Temperature linear
- Radiometric
TCP, UDP, SNTP, RTSP, RTP, HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, ftp,
SMTP, SMB (CIFS), DHCP, MDNS (Bonjour), uPnP
Imaging and optical data
Field of view (FOV) / Minimum focus distance
Spatial resolution (IFOV)
Focal length
F-number
Image frequency
Detector data
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral range
IR resolution
Detector pitch
Detector time constant
Measurement
Object temperature range
Ethernet
Ethernet, image streaming
Environmental data
Operating temperature range
Encapsulation
Bump
Physical data
Weight
Camera size (L × W × H)
Tripod mounting
Base mounting
System features
Automatic heaters
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16-bit 320 × 240 pixels at 60 Hz
- Signal linear
- Temperature linear
- Radiometric
GigE Vision and GenICam compatible
16-bit 640 × 480 pixels at 50 Hz
16-bit 640 × 240 pixels at 100 Hz
16-bit 640 × 120 pixels at 200 Hz
- Signal linear
- Temperature linear
- Radiometric
GigE Vision and GenICam compatible
FLIR A315 - Standard
FLIR A315 f - Environmental housing
FLIR A615 - Standard
–15°C to +50°C
IP 40 (IEC 60529)
25 g (IEC 60068-2-29)
–25°C to +50°C
IP 66 (IEC 60529)
5 g, 11 ms (IEC 60068-2-27)
–15°C to +50°C
IP 30 (IEC 60529)
25 g (IEC 60068-2-29)
0.7 kg
170 × 70 × 70 mm
UNC ¼”-20 (on three sides)
2 × M4 thread mounting holes
(on three sides)
5 kg
460 × 140 × 159 mm
N/A
TBA
0.9 kg
222 x 73 x 75 mm
UNC ¼”-20 (on three sides)
2 × M4 thread mounting holes
(on three sides)
N/A
Clears ice from window
N/A
General
Imaging and optical data
Lens identification
Thermal sensitivity/NETD
Focus
Automatic
< 0.05°C @ +30°C / 50 mK
Automatic or manual (built in motor)
Measurement
Accuracy
±2°C or ±2% of reading
Measurement analysis
Atmospheric transmission correction
Optics transmission correction
Emissivity correction
Reflected apparent temperature correction
External optics/windows correction
Measurement corrections
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet, standard
Ethernet, connector type
Ethernet, type
Ethernet, communication
Ethernet, protocols
Digital input/output
Digital input
Digital output, purpose
Digital output
Digital I/O, isolation voltage
Digital I/O, supply voltage
Digital I/O, connector type
Digital input, purpose
Power system
External power operation
External power, connector type
Voltage
Environmental data
Storage temperature range
Humidity (operating and storage)
Automatic, based on inputs for distance, atmospheric temperature and
relative humidity
Automatic, based on signals from internal sensors
Variable from 0.01 to 1.0
Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature
Automatic, based on input of optics/window transmission and
temperature
Global object parameters
Control and image
IEEE 802.3
RJ-45
Gigabit Ethernet
TCP/IP socket-based FLIR proprietary and GenICam protocol
TCP, UDP, SNTP, RTSP, RTP, HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, ftp, SMTP, SMB (CIFS),
DHCP, MDNS (Bonjour), uPnP
2 opto-isolated, 10–30 VDC
Output to ext. device (programmatically set)
2 opto-isolated, 10–30 VDC, max 100 mA
500 VRMS
12/24 VDC, max 200 mA
6-pole jackable screw terminal
Image tag (start, stop, general), Image flow ctrl. (Stream on/off), Input
ext. device (programmatically read)
12/24 VDC, 24 W absolute max
2-pole jackable screw terminal
Allowed range 10–30 VDC
Vibration
–40°C to +70°C
IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity
+25°C to +40°C
• EN 61000-6-2:2001 (Immunity)
• EN 61000-6-3:2001 (Emission)
• FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (Emission)
2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
Physical data
Housing material
Aluminium
EMC
Scope of delivery
Hard transport case or cardboard box, Thermal imaging camera with lens, Utility CD-ROM, Calibration certificate, Ethernet™ cable, USB
cable (FLIR A615), Mains cable, Power cable (pig-tailed), Power supply, Printed Getting Started Guide, Printed Important Information Guide,
User documentation CD-ROM, Warranty extension card or Registration card, 6-pole screw terminal (mounted on camera)
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Technical specifications
Imaging and optical data
IR resolution
FOV (Field of view) / Focal length
Spatial resolution (IFOV)
Image frequency
Detector data
Detector pitch
Measurement
Object temperature range
FLIR A65
640 x 512 pixels
45° (H) x 37° (V) with 13 mm lens
25° (H) x 20° (V) with 25 mm lens
lenses are not interchangeable
and need to be specified at time
of order
1.31 mrad for 13 mm lens
0.68 mrad for 25 mm lens
9 Hz / 30Hz
FLIR A35
320 x 256 pixels
48° (H) x 39° (V) with 9 mm lens
25° (H) x 19° (V) with 19 mm lens
lenses are not interchangeable
and need to be specified at time
of order
2.78 mrad for 9 mm lens
1.32 mrad for 19 mm lens
60 Hz
FLIR A15
160 x 128 pixels
48° (H) x 39° (V) with 9 mm lens
25° (H) x 19° (V) with 19 mm lens
lenses are not interchangeable
and need to be specified at time
of order
5.56 mrad for 9 mm lens
2.63 mrad for 19 mm lens
60 Hz
FLIR A5
80 x 64 pixels
44° (H) x 36° (V) with 5 mm lens
25° (H) x 20° (V) with 9 mm lens
lenses are not interchangeable
and need to be specified at time
of order
10.0 mrad for 5 mm lens
5.56 mrad for 9 mm lens
60 Hz
17 µm
25 µm
50 µm
50 µm
-25°C to +135°C
-25°C to +135°C /
–40°C to +550°C
-25°C to +135°C /
–40°C to +550°C
-25°C to +135°C /
–40°C to +550°C
General
Imaging and optical data
Thermal sensitivity/NETD
Accuracy
Minimum focus distance
F-number
Focus
Detector data
Focal Plane Array (FPA) / Spectral range
Detector time constant
Ethernet
Ethernet
Ethernet, type
Ethernet, standard
Ethernet, connector type
Ethernet, communication
Ethernet, image streaming
< 0.05°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 50 mK
Accuracy ±5°C (±9°F) or ±5% of reading
20x focal length
1.25
Fixed
Uncooled VOX microbolometer / 7.5–13 µm
Typical 12 ms
Control and image
Gigabit Ethernet
IEEE 802.3
RJ-45
GigE Vision ver. 1.2
Client API GenICam compliant
8-bit monochrome @ 9 / 30 / 60 Hz (variant dependant)
Signal linear/ DDE, Automatic/ Manual, Flip H&V
14-bit @ 9 / 30 / 60 Hz (variant dependant) according to IR camera resolution
Ethernet, power
Ethernet, protocols
Digital input/output
Digital input, purpose
Digital input
Digital output, purpose
Digital output
Digital I/O, isolation voltage
Digital I/O, supply voltage
Digital I/O, connector type
Synchronization In, purpose
Synchronization In
Synchronization In, type
Synchronization Out, purpose
Synchronization Out
Synchronization Out, type
Digital Synchronization, connector type
Power system
External power operation
External power, connector type
Voltage
Environmental data
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity (operating and storage)
EMC
Signal linear/ DDE, GigE Vision and GenICam compatible
Power over Ethernet, PoE IEEE 802.3af class 0 Power
TCP, UDP,ICMP, IGMP, DHCP, GigEVision
General purpose
1× opto-isolated, “0” < 2, “1”=2–40 VDC
General purpose Output to ext. device (programmatically set)
1× opto-isolated, 2–40 VDC, max 185 mA
500 VRMS
2–40 VDC, max 200 mA
12-pole M12 connector (shared with Digital Synchronization and External power)
Frame sync In to control camera
1×, non-isolated
LVC Buffer @3.3V, “0” <0.8 V, “1”>2.0 V.
Frame sync Out to control another Ax5 camera
1×, non-isolated
LVC Buffer @ 3.3V, ”0”=24 MA max, “1”= –24 mA max.
12-pole M12 connector (shared with Digital I/O and External power)
12/24 VDC, < 2.5 W absolute max
12-pole M12 connector (shared with Digital I/O and Digital Synchronization )
Allowed range 10–30 VDC
–15°C to +50°C (+5°F to +122°F)
–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)
IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity +25°C to +40°C (+77°F to +104°F)
EN 61000-6-2 (Immunity)
EN 61000-6-3 (Emission)
Encapsulation
Bump
Vibration
Physical data
Weight
Camera size (L × W × H)
Tripod mounting
Base mounting
Housing material
Scope of delivery
Packaging, contents
FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (Emission)
IP 40 (IEC 60529)
25 g (IEC 60068-2-29)
2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
0.200 kg (0.44 lb.)
106 × 40 × 43 mm (4.2 × 1.6 × 1.7 in.)
Optional with Accessory T198349, Base support
4 × M3 thread mounting holes (bottom)
Magnesium and aluminum
Cardboard box , thermal imaging camera with lens, focus adjustment tool, printed documentation, user documentation CDROM,.
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Accessories
Flexible systems
that meet your changing needs
In today’s fast-changing environment,
requirements for purchased capital equipment
can change from year to year or from project
to project. Things that are vital today can be
redundant tomorrow.
That makes it important for the equipment in
which you invest to be flexible enough
to meet the ever-changing needs of your
applications. No other thermal imaging camera
manufacturer offers a wider range of accessories
than FLIR Systems.
Hundreds of accessories are available to
customize our cameras for a wide variety of
imaging and measurement applications.
From a comprehensive range of lenses,
through LCD screens to remote control devices,
everything is available to tailor your camera to
your own, specific application.
A wide variety of accessories is available for
every FLIR thermal imaging camera
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FLIR A300 / A310 / A315
Accessories
Lenses
IR lens f = 76 mm, 6° incl. case and mounting [T197407]
For maximum magnification, the 6° lens is the only choice. This optic provides
almost 3.5X magnification compared to the 25° lens.
IR lens f = 30 mm, 15° incl. case [1196961]
When the target in question is a distance away it may be useful to use a
telescope lens. The 15° lens is a popular lens accessory and provides almost 2X
magnification compared to the 25° lens. Ideal for small or distant targets.
IR lens f = 10 mm, 45° incl. case[1196960]
Sometimes there isn’t enough room to step back and see the whole picture. This
wide angle lens has a field of view almost double than the one of the standard 25°
lens. Perfect for wide or tall targets.
IR lens f = 4 mm, 90° incl. case and mounting support [T197411]
This wide angle lens has a field of view almost four times the one of the standard
25° lens.
Close-up 1× (25 µm) incl. case and mounting support [T197415]
This macro lens provides resolution of extremely small targets.
Not suitable for thermal imaging cameras in an environmental housing.
Close-up lens 2x, 50 µm, incl. case[T197214]
This macro lens provides resolution of extremely small targets.
Not suitable for thermal imaging cameras in an environmental housing.
Close-up lens 4x, 100 µm, incl. case[T197215]
This macro lens provides resolution of extremely small targets.
Not suitable for thermal imaging cameras in an environmental housing.
Extended measurement ranges
High temperature option to +1200°C[T197000]
Allow to measure temperatures of up to +1200°C with the camera.
Power
Power supply [T910922]
Power supply incl. multi-plugs.
Ethernet cable CAT-6, 2m[T951004]
This cable is used to connect the thermal imaging camera to Ethernet.
Power cable, pigtailed [1910586]
This cable is used, when a separate power supply is used (not the one supplied
with the camera).
Video cable (only FLIR A300/A310)[908929]
Video cable 3 m.
Transport
Hard transport case [T197871]
Rugged watertight plastic shipping case. Holds all items securely.
Delivery Box [T197870]
Cardboard delivery box with plastic handle. Holds all items neatly.
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Environmental housing
Fixed housing for A3xx with 6º / 15º lens[61301-0001]
Protects the A300 / A310 / A315 against dust and water.
Suited for A3xx thermal imaging cameras with a 6º or 15º lens.
Fixed housing for A3xx with 25º / 45º / 90º lens [61301-0002]
Protects the A300 / A310 / A315 against dust and water.
Suited for A3xx thermal imaging cameras with a 25º, 45º or 90º lens.
Environmental data
Temperature range
Storage temperature range
Humidity
EMC
Encapsulation
Bump
Vibration
-25 ºC to +50 ºC
-40 ºC to +70 ºC
IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity +25 ºC to +40 ºC
• EN 61000-6-2:2001 (Immunity)
• EN 61000-6-3:2001 (Emission)
• FCC 47 CFR Part 15 Class B (Emission)
IP 66 (IEC 60529)
5 g, 11 ms, (IEC 60068-2-27)
2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)
Physical data
Weight
Camera size (L × W × H)
Tripod mounting
Base mounting
Housing material
5.0 kg (8.8 lb.)
460 × 140 × 159 mm (18.1 × 5.5 × 5.9 in.)
N/A
TBA
Aluminum
Power system heater
External power operation
External power, connector type
Voltage
24 VDC (21-30 VDC)
24 VDC: 25 W max w/heater
2-pole jackable screw terminal
Allowed range 21–30 VDC
System features
Automatic heaters
Clears ice from window
FLIR A300 f / A310 f / A315 f
Accessories
Pedestal mount [500-0463-00]
Mount to install an A3xx f-Series network-ready fixed mount thermal imaging
camera. Typically used on a flat horizontal surface such as a wall or the top of a
pole.
Wall mount[500-0462-00]
Mount to install an A3xx f-Series network-ready fixed mount thermal imaging
camera against a wall.
Pole mount adapter[4119507]
Can be used to mount an A3xx f-Series network-ready thermal imaging camera
against a new or existing pole.
Power supply[206-0004-01]
Power supply to power an A3xx f-Series or an A310 pt network-ready thermal
imaging camera.
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Accessories
Pedestal mount [500-0461-00]
Mount to install an A310pt network-ready fixed mount thermal imaging camera.
Typically used on a flat horizontal surface such as a wall or the top of a pole.
Wall mount[500-0460-00]
Mount to install an A310pt network-ready fixed mount thermal imaging camera
against a wall.
Pole mount adapter[4119498]
Can be used to mount an A310pt network-ready thermal imaging camera
against a new or existing pole.
Adapter plate[4119468]
Can be used to mount an A310pt network-ready Multi-Sensor to a wide variety
of existing mounts.
Power supply[206-0004-01]
Power supply to power an A310pt or an A3xxf-Series network-ready thermal
imaging camera.
FLIR A615
Accessories
Lenses
IR lens f = 88.9 mm, 7° incl. case [T198165]
The 7º lens is a popular accessory and provides 3.6x magnification compared to
the standard lens. Ideal for small or distant targets.
IR lens f = 41.3 mm, 15° incl. case [T197914]
The 15º lens is a popular accessory and provides 1.7x magnification compared to
the standard lens. Ideal for small or distant targets.
IR lens f = 24.6 mm, 25° incl. case [T197922]
The standard 25º lens is suitable for the majority of applications.
IR lens f = 13.1 mm, 45° incl. case[T197915]
This wide angle lens has a field of view almost double compared to the standard
25° lens.
IR lens f = 6.5 mm, 80° incl. case[T198065]
This wide angle lens has a field of view approximately three times that of the
standard 25° lens. This lens is suitable for extremely cramped situations where
the operator can not step farther back from the object.
Close-up 2.9× (50 µm) incl. case [T198059]
This macro lens provides resolution of extremely small targets
Close-up 5.8× (100 µm) incl. case [T198060]
This macro lens provides resolution of extremely small targets
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Power
Power supply [T910922]
Power supply incl. multi-plugs.
Ethernet cable CAT-6, 2m[T951004]
This cable is used to connect the infrared camera to Ethernet.
Power cable, pigtailed [1910586]
This cable is used, when a separate power supply is used (not the one supplied
with the camera).
USB cable[1910423]
USB cable to connect the camera with a computer, using the USB protocol.
Hard transport case[T197871]
Rugged watertight plastic shipping case. Holds all items securely.
Delivery Box [T197870]
Cardboard delivery box with plastic handle. Holds all items neatly.
FLIR Axx-series
Accessories
PoE injector[T911112]
Power supply, power over Ethernet (PoE) injector.
Cable kit Mains (UK, EU, US)[T198348]
Cable kit consisting of three power cables (UK, EU, US).
Cable M12 Pigtail[T127605]
Cable to access signals in M12 connector, pigtail.
Cable M12 Sync[T127606]
Cable to synchronize two cameras, M12 connectors in both ends.
Base support[T198349]
Adapter for connecting a tripod.
Focus adjustment tool[T198342]
Focus adjustment tool
Gigabit PoE injector 16 W, with multi-plugs[T911183]
Power supply, power over Ethernet (PoE) injector incl. multi plugs.
Ethernet cable CAT-6, 2m[T951004]
This cable is used to connect the infrared camera to Ethernet.
Transport case[T198594]
Rugged, watertight plastic shipping case. Holds all items neatly and securely.
Table stand kit[T198392]
Table stand kit for the FLIR Ax5 series. The kit consists of a base support and a
gooseneck.
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Notes
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FLIR Systems
Export Licensing
The products described in this publication may require government authorization for export/re-export,
or transfer. Contact FLIR Systems for details.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Weights and dimensions are indicative. Imagery used for illustration purposes only.
May 2013. All previous catalogues are obsolete.
Copyright 2013, FLIR Systems Inc. All other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective owners.
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FLIR Commercial Systems
Luxemburgstraat 2
2321 Meer
Belgium
Tel. : +32 (0) 3665 5100
Fax : +32 (0) 3303 5624
e-mail: flir@flir.com
FLIR Systems France
20, bld de Beaubourg
77183 Croissy-Beaubourg
France
Tel.: +33 (0)1 60 37 01 00
Fax: +33 (0)1 64 11 37 55
e-mail : flir@flir.com
FLIR Systems AB
Antennvägen 6
187 66 Täby
Sweden
Tel.: +46 (0)8 753 25 00
Fax: +46 (0)8 753 23 64
e-mail: flir@flir.com
FLIR Systems Italy
Via Luciano Manara, 2
I-20812 Limbiate (MB)
Italy
Tel.: +39 (0)2 99 45 10 01
Fax: +39 (0)2 99 69 24 08
e-mail: flir@flir.com
FLIR Systems UK
2 Kings Hill Avenue - Kings Hill
West Malling
Kent
ME19 4AQ
United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 (0)1732 220 011
Fax: +44 (0)1732 843 707
e-mail: flir@flir.com
FLIR Commercial Systems
Avenida de Bruselas, 15- 3º
28108 Alcobendas (Madrid)
Spain
Tel. : +34 91 573 48 27
Fax.: +34 91 662 97 48
e-mail: flir@flir.com
www.flir.com
FLIR Systems, Middle East FZE
Dubai Airport Free Zone
P.O. Box 54262
Office C-13, Street WB-21
Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Tel.: +971 4 299 6898
Fax: +971 4 299 6895
e-mail: flir@flir.com
Authorised FLIR dealer:
T820435{EN-nl}_B
FLIR Systems GmbH
Berner Strasse 81
D-60437 Frankfurt am Main
Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)69 95 00 900
Fax: +49 (0)69 95 00 9040
e-mail: flir@flir.com
FLIR Systems Russia
6 bld.1, 1st Kozjevnichesky lane
115114 Moscow
Russia
Tel.: + 7 495 669 70 72
Fax: + 7 495 669 70 72
e-mail: flir@flir.com
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