With a FLIR Bench Top Test Kit, you can detect thousands of measurement points in each
thermal image and get reliable data in seconds. Together with the kit’s lens choices and time vs. temperature plotting
software, FLIR now offers the most dependable infrared solution to help paint the complete picture.
The all new A6700sc redefines affordable high performance in mid-wave science-grade thermal imaging. Featuring a highly sensitive 640x512 pixel resolution detector, the A6700sc produces beautiful temperature-calibrated IR imagery that’s perfect for demanding research and science applications.
When you need superior thermal and visual image quality, small spot size, high resolution, and outstanding temperature measurement accuracy, all at an affordable cost and in a convenient handheld package, you'll choose the T650sc.
An advanced solution with excellent thermal imagery, fast frame rates, and outstanding temperature accuracy and sensitivity, the 7000 Series is available with a field-replaceable motorized filter wheel and many lens options.
The handheld, high sensitivity, low noise GF335 Broadband detects faint heat signatures, making it ideal for a wide variety of clandestine device detection, non-destructive testing, research, and scientific applications.
Advanced-Level Infrared Cameras
Powerful high definition and long-range FLIR thermal cameras for cutting edge research.
High definition MWIR imagery from a highly sensitive cooled InSb detector, the 8000 Series provides superb resolution, and lightning fast frame and data rates for extreme imaging flexibility and data capture capability.
2014 UN Climate Summit: Thermal footage from the upcoming documentary “Racing Extinction” was included in “illUmiNations: Protecting Our Planet,” as well as a live projection from a FLIR SC8300 thermal imaging camera
Columbia Sportswear: Watch as FLIR thermal imaging shows how Columbia Sportswear keeps people cool and warm in the outdoors.
Infrared Angels: Dave Bursell visits the Blue Angels Flight Squadron at the Pease Airfield with his FLIR SC8300 infrared camera