• Thermal Solutions for Medical R&D
    UNCOVER NEW DATA
    WITH THERMAL IMAGING
 

THERMAL IMAGING ADDS NEW DIMENSION TO MEDICAL RESEARCH AND R&D

Whether you’re testing new medical devices or analyzing tissue autofluorescence, thermal data can facilitate a deeper understanding of your results. FLIR infrared (IR) cameras provide accurate, quantifiable, non-contact measurement of temperature differences across your target.

With high sensitivity, HD cameras such as the 1024 x 768 resolution T1030sc, FLIR’s R&D/Science infrared camera solutions offer the resolution, frame speed, and integration time needed to capture fast temperature changes and take pinpoint accurate temperature readings on moving targets.

We now have the capability to dig deeper into the results for more informed data.
— Medical Researcher, Large Enterprise Health Care Company

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FLIR Systems helped us to find the best solution. We can easily verify the proposal solutions.
— Medical Device Researcher, Small Business Health Care Company

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High precision R&D research results.
— Jean Gauci, Medical R&D Researcher, University of Malta

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WHY INVEST IN A FLIR R&D/SCIENCE CAMERA?

MEASURES TEMPERATURE WITHOUT AFFECTING TARGET

Non-contact measurement allows you to quantify surface temperature changes with no impact on the target system

ACCURATELY IDENTIFIES SUBTLE TEMPERATURE DIFFERENCES

FLIR's IR camera solutions can measure temperature differences of less than 0.02°C (20 mK), allowing you to detect the most subtle temperature differences.

FLEXIBLE SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR EVOLVING RESEARCH NEEDS

Static or handheld, wide angle or macro, data-logging or high-speed – whatever your research need, FLIR has the right science camera

FLIR THERMAL IMAGING ADDS DIMENSION TO YOUR DATA

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One large enterprise health care organization saved up to 25% of its testing and research time after deploying a FLIR camera in their medical research program. The camera also helped improve regulatory compliance and streamlined the process of extracting data.
 

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MEDICAL RESEARCH AND DEVICE R&D APPLICATIONS

FLIR THERMAL SCIENCE CAMERAS SUPPORT MEDICAL RESEARCH

In a series of preliminary experiments aided by the use of a FLIR A655sc thermal imaging camera, researchers from a renowned US university have shown an inverse relationship between temperature and autofluorescence for ex vivo human tissue.

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THERMAL IMAGING HELPS IN EVALUATING DENTAL DRILLING

Preparing a damaged tooth and crown for replacement requires drilling that, in some cases, raises the temperature of the bone and surrounding tissues to dangerous levels. Excessive heat can permanently damage these tissues as they increase the denaturation of hard tissue proteins.

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INVESTIGATING THE THERMAL PHYSIOLOGY OF BIRDS AND ANIMALS

Perhaps surprisingly many details of the thermal biology of animals are still unknown. Wildlife researchers try to fill the gaps in our knowledge of these fascinating processes. One organization pushing the boundaries of our knowledge in this field is the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

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THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH AND DEVICE R&D

 

T430sc

 

T650sc

 

T1030sc

 
Resolution & Sensitivity
 
HDIR Resolution    
Sensitivity <20 mK  
Optional Macro Lens
Measurement
 
Object Temperature
Minimum: ≤ -40°C
Object Temperature
Maxium: ≥ 650°C
Accuracy of ±1°C or ±1% of reading  
File Streaming and Storage
 
Frame Rate 30 Hz (Full Window)  
Frame Rate 60 Hz (Full Window)    
Real-time Radiometric IR Video    
Full Dynamic Radiometric IR Streaming
Time Lapse Recording
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