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FLIR Compact A-series | FLIR A65 Camera

FLIR Compact A-series | FLIR A65 Camera

Affordable and compact FLIR cameras

Ax5-Series series cameras are ideal tools for putting thermal imaging at work in an automation or machine vision environment. All models are extremely compact and can easily integrate in a machine vision environment.

  • IR resolution: 640 x 512 pixels
  • Spatial resolution (IFOV): 2.27 mrad
  • Field of view (FOV) options: 12°, 25°, 45°, 90°
  • Image frequency: 7.5 Hz / 30Hz
  • Object temperature range: -25°C to +135°C (-13 to 275°F) / -40°C to +550°C (-40°F to 1022°F)
  • Thermal sensitivity/NETD: < 0.05°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 50 mK
  • Accuracy: Accuracy ±5°C (±9°F) or ±5% of reading
  • Ethernet type: Gigabit Ethernet
  • Power: PoE
  • Operating temperature range: 15°C to +50°C (+5°F to +122°F)
A Close Up Of A Camera

The FLIR A65 produces crisp thermal images with 640 x 512 pixels. Users that do not need this high image quality for their application can opt for the FLIR A35, which produces thermal images of 320 x 256 pixels. The FLIR Ax5-Series makes temperature differences as small as 50 mk clearly visible.

GigE Vision is a 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 operate seamlessly over Gigabit Ethernet connections.

The goal of GenICam is to provide a generic programming interface for all types of cameras. Regardless of interface technology (Gigabit Ethernet, Camera Link, IEEE-1394 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.

The goal of GenICam is to provide a generic programming interface for all types of cameras. Regardless of interface technology (Gigabit Ethernet, Camera Link, IEEE-1394 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.

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