FLIR – Research & Science Open House

Published: May 1st, 2017

Category: Events, Seminars

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Date/Time

05/01/2017
9:30 am-3:30 pm

Location

Larsen Hall Conference Room 234

Details

Overview:
FLIR’s Research and Science Segment offers Infrared Cameras that are specifically designed for advanced thermography and accurate temperature measurements. With both cooled and uncooled detectors available, these products cover a wide array of applications and are easy to use with FLIR’s ResearchIR Max software. Come visit us at the University of Florida to discuss your application and see whether you could benefit from the use of thermal imaging. Or, just swing by, get an IR Handbook and take a look at some really cool IR cameras!

Hands-On Topics Covered:
Introduction to IR technology for Research and Science Applications
Work with and evaluate several different IR cameras (SWIR, MWIR, LWIR, Handheld, Fixed, Cooled, Uncooled)
Learn about FLIR’s ResearchIR MAX Software platform which enables and enhances analysis of your data
Create a Self-Viewing File of your own application
Perform experiments to compare and contrast different cameras
Review different optics for microscopy applications (down to nearly 4um/pixel resolution)

Audience:
Faculty and students interested in applying infrared technology to their applications or interested in learning about infrared technology.

Typical Applications:
Electrical Engineering: Microelectronics / PCB inspection, characterization, and failure analysis
Civil Engineering: Bridge delamination and NDT on composite materials
Bio-Medical Engineering: Medical device characterization
Mechanical Engineering: Friction analysis, materials testing, and more
General: Applications that benefit from non-contact temperature measurement

Example Cameras:
A8300sc: High Definition Cooled Midwave (3-5um) MWIR Camera – 1280×720 Resolution
Close-Up Imaging Optics (~4um/pixel)
T650sc: Handheld Uncooled Longwave (7.5-13um) LWIR Camera – 640×480 Resolution
T450sc: Handheld Uncooled Longwave (7.5-13um) LWIR Camera – 320×240 Resolution
A6260sc: Shortwave (0.9-1.7um) SWIR Camera, 640×512 Resolution

Please RSVP Today or Contact Us with Questions
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flir-research-science-segment-open-house-registration-33005896525

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