The FLIR A35 has features and functions that make it the natural choice for anyone who uses PC software to solve problems and for whom 370 × 296 pixel resolution is sufficient.
Among its main features are GigE Vision and GenICam compliance, which makes it plug-and-play when used with software packages such as IMAQ Vision and Halcon.
- Very affordable.
- GigE Vision and GenICam compliant.
- GigE Vision lockable connector.
- PoE (power over Ethernet).
- 8-bit 370 × 296 pixel images streamed at 30 Hz, signal linear
- 14-bit 370 × 296 pixel images streamed at 30 Hz, signal and temperature linear
- Synchronization between cameras possible.
- 1x+1x GPIO.
- Compliant with any software that supports GenICam, including National Instruments IMAQ Vision, Stemmers Common Vision Blox, and COGNEX Vision Pro.
- Automation and thermal machine vision.
- Entry level “high-speed” R&D.
|Imaging and optical data|
|IR resolution||320 × 256 pixels|
|Thermal sensitivity/NETD||< 0.05°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 50 mK|
|Field of view (FOV)||69° × 56°|
|Minimum focus distance||3.2 cm (1.6 in.)|
|Focal length||9 mm (0.35 in.)|
|Spatial resolution (IFOV)||3.8 mrad|
|Image frequency||30 Hz|
|Detector type||Focal plane array (FPA), uncooled VOX microbolometer|
|Spectral range||7.5–13 µm|
|Detector pitch||34 µm|
|Detector time constant||Typical 12 ms|
|Object temperature range||–25 to +135°C (–13 to 275°F)
–40 to +550°C (–40 to +1022°F)
|Accuracy||±5°C (±9°F) or ±5% of reading|
|Atmospheric transmission correction||Automatic, based on inputs for distance, atmospheric temperature and relative humidity|
|Optics transmission correction||Automatic, based on signals from internal sensors|
|Emissivity correction||Variable from 0.5 to 1.0|
|Reflected apparent temperature correction||Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature|
|External optics/windows correction||Automatic, based on input of optics/window transmission and temperature|
|Measurement corrections||Global object parameters|