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FLIR T530 Thermal Camera for Science Applications

FLIR T530 Thermal Camera for Science Applications Key Features :

  • The T530 offers the temperature sensitivity needed to detect differences smaller than 0.03°C and an optional measurement range to quantify heat generation up to 1200°C
  • Set up and start testing quickly with the intuitive graphic user interface and streamlined user features and analysis tools.
  • Build client trust through sharply-focused, brilliant images that are also easy for non-experts to interpret.
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FLIR T530 Thermal Camera for Science Applications

Researchers, engineers, and product developers can use the FLIR T530 thermal imaging camera to reliably detect thermal events and identify any design problems. This uncooled, 320 240 (76,800 pixel) thermal camera offers bright, vibrant imagery that can be upgraded by UltraMax® technology to achieve up to 307,200 pixel thermal resolution. With the optional Macro Mode, you can measure components down to 103 m/pixel spot size or 49 m/pixel with a 2x macro lens. When combined with Research Studio software, these cameras enable researchers to undertake in-depth analysis and easily share data.

Application of FLIR T530

The FLIR T530 captures and visualises infrared radiation emitted by objects, allowing users to see temperature differences across surfaces. As a result, it is useful in a variety of scientific applications, including:

The T530 can be utilised for study in areas such as material science, electronics, and mechanical engineering. It can aid in the development and testing of new products by identifying heat distribution patterns and thermal anomalies in devices, components, and materials.

Building Science: The camera can be used in architecture and building science to identify heat loss, insulation issues, and air leakage in structures. This can help with energy efficiency evaluations and building diagnostics.

Thermal cameras, such as the T530, can be used for environmental monitoring, such as analysing wildlife behaviour and tracking changes in ecosystems. It can aid researchers in their investigations of animal habitats, population dynamics, and thermal regulation.

Agriculture and Plant Sciences: Thermal imaging can be used to monitor crop health, estimate irrigation efficiency, and detect illnesses or pests in agriculture. It can reveal information about plant stress and growth trends.

Geological Studies: The camera could be used to examine geological events such as volcanic activity, thermal vents, and temperature fluctuations on the Earth’s surface.

While the FLIR T530 is not a medical equipment, it may have applications in specific research situations, such as thermography studies to understand human body temperature distribution or examining thermal patterns in laboratory settings.

FLIR T530 Thermal Camera for Science Applications Specifications:

  • IR Resolution:320 × 240 (76,800 pixels)
  • Resolution:640 × 480 pixels (VGA)
  • Spectral Range:7.5 – 14.0 µm
  • f-number:1.5, 14°
  • Thermal Sensitivity/NETD:<50 mK, 14° @ +30°C (+86°F)
  • Focus:Continuous with laser distance meter (LDM), one- shot LDM, one-shot contrast, manual
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FLIR Systems was established in 1978 to pioneer the development of high-performance infrared imaging systems, and is the world leader in the design, manufacture, and marketing of thermal imaging systems for a wide variety of commercial, industrial, and government applications. Today, FLIR Systems embraces five major companies with outstanding achievements in infrared technology since 1958—the Swedish AGEMA Infrared Systems (formerly AGA Infrared Systems), the three United States companies Indigo Systems, FSI, and Inframetrics, and the French company Cedip.

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Thermal Imaging Camera Technical Specifications

Category Specification Details
General Specifications IR Resolution 320 × 240 (76,800 pixels)
Thermal Sensitivity/NETD <40 mK, 24° @ 30°C (86°F)
Accuracy ±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading
Digital Camera 5 MP, with built-in LED photo/video lamp
Display 4″, 640 × 480 pixel touchscreen LCD with auto-rotation
Storage Media Removable SD card
Camera Software Update Using USB cable or SD card
Color Black
Camera Housing Material PCABS with TPE, magnesium
Imaging & Optical Color Palettes Iron, Gray, Rainbow, Arctic, Lava, Rainbow HC
Detector Type and Pitch Uncooled microbolometer, 17 µm
Digital Camera FOV 53° × 41°
Digital Zoom 1-4x continuous
Field of View 24° × 18°
f-number 1.3, 24°
Focal Length 17 mm (0.67 in.), 24°
Focus Continuous with laser distance meter (LDM), one-shot LDM, one-shot contrast, manual
Gallery Yes
Image Frequency 30 Hz
Laser Alignment Position is automatically displayed on the infrared image