High definition thermal inspection camera

Jon Lawson

The T1030sc thermal imaging camera, from FLIR Systems, offers a combination of performance, accuracy and a wide array of advanced features.

The T1030sc features a rich set of hardware, software, and optical innovations each tailored to take advantage of its extraordinarily sensitive 1024 X 768 HD-IR detector. High fidelity images are created using FLIR's OSX™ Precision HDIR optics which features a precision ultrasonic autofocus capability. The combination of the high resolution detector and the variety of OSX lenses available allow users to view problems from longer distances and with greater accuracy, promoting better safety and more efficient workflow.

The T1030sc offers a thermal sensitivity of <20 mK (NETD), more than twice the industry standard and wide temperature operating ranges with calibrations up to 2,000°C. Its FLIR OSX Precision HDIR Optical System features an ultrasonic drive, ambient temperature drift compensation, and parasitic radiation protection.

Benefiting from an integrated on-board Vision processor, which combines FLIR's MSX multi-spectral dynamic imaging with a series of other proprietary image enhancement algorithms, the T1030sc camera is able to deliver in real-time highly detailed thermal and visual images. Users of the T1030sc are able to view, acquire, analysze, and share data with FLIR’s advanced ResearchIR Max software, or by using MathWorks MATLAB. A high speed interface enables the T1030sc to stream uncompressed and unfiltered raw data at 60Hz, 120Hz and 240Hz frame rates as well as enabling digital I/O communication.

Additionally, built-in audio and on-screen text/sketch annotation features support in-field documentation while the included FLIR Tools reporting software allows users to generate instant reports on a variety of mobile and desktop platforms.

The FLIR T1030sc was specifically designed to provide researchers and inspection experts all the thermal imaging tools they need to quickly and efficiently identify potential problems before they become failures.