FLIR A700 24° Science Kit

FLIR A400 and A700 Science Kits offer researchers and engineers a streamlined solution for accurate temperature measurement. Simplified yet robust connections help you set up and start testing quickly; then easily view, acquire, and analyze data using included FLIR Research Studio software. The Standard kit includes a FLIR A400 or A700 Image Streaming camera, 24° lens with automatic/remote and manual focusing, as well as FLIR Macro Mode. The Professional kit has the added benefits of MSX® image enhancement, radiometric data transmission over Wi-Fi, and a close-up lens for accurate thermal measurements on small components.
  • SIMPLIFIED ANALYSIS & COLLABORATIONFLIR Research Studio’s simple Connect – View – Record – Analyze workflow helps you obtain and analyze thermal results quickly

  • ACCURACY YOU CAN COUNT ONMultiple lens options ensure the maximum number of pixels on your object; crisp auto or manual focus improves thermal measurement

  • UNMATCHED CONNECTIVITYEliminate the need for additional cables using standard Power over Ethernet (PoE) plus Wi-Fi connection to your workstation (Professional kit)

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Technical Specifications:

Imaging and optical data
Infrared resolution 640 × 480 pixels
Thermal sensitivity (NETD) <40 mK, 24° @ +30°C (+86°F)
Field of view (FOV) 24° × 18°
Minimum focus distance 0.15 m (0.49 ft)
Focal length 17 mm (0.67 in)
Spatial resolution (IFOV) 0.7 mrad/pixel
Lens identification Automatic
f-number 1.3
Image frequency 30 Hz
Focus One-shot contrast
Detector data
Focal plane array/spectral range Uncooled microbolometer/7.5–14 µm
Detector pitch 12 µm
Camera temperature range –20 to 120°C (–4 to 248°F)
0 to 650°C (32 to 1202°F)
300 to 2000°C (572 to 3632°F)
Object temperature range and accuracy(for ambient temperature 15–35°C (59–95°F)) Range –20 to 120°C (–4 to 248°F):
    –20 to 100°C (–4 to 212°F), accuracy ±2°C (±3.6°F)
    100 to 120°C (212 to 248°F), accuracy ±2%
Range 0 to 650°C (32 to 1202°F):
    0 to 100°C (32 to 212°F), accuracy ±2°C (±3.6°F)
    100 to 650°C (212 to 1202°F), accuracy ±2%
Range 300 to 2000°C (572 to 3632°F):
    accuracy ±2%