Thermography is an accurate, quantifiable, non-contact diagnostic technique used to visualize and quantify changes in surface temperatures. Applications include vascular evaluation, tissue condition, muscle strain assessment, and bleed point detection.
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Life Sciences White Papers
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Will robots ever be able to interact with humans? This may sound like a futuristic question, but scientists today are actually researching how machines can understand human emotions. Read customer success story
Swiss practitioner and teacher Alfio Albasini has used FLIR® thermal imaging cameras for this purpose and talks about the many benefits of the technology for this application. Read customer success story
Pure lighting pleasure. The Belgian manufacturer of architectural lighting always tries to delight its customers by combining an appealing lighting design with thorough research and development. Read customer success story
The need to assess the overall health of trees is a growing requirement in property and environmental management
. With the use of infrared technology, examining trees become a quick and cost efficient task. Read customer success story
If an infrared camera is the instrument to detect and measure hot spots, it must be the perfect tool to survey the biggest and most impressive hot spots on earth: volcanoes. Read customer success story
Wildlife researchers try to fill the gaps in our knowledge of these fascinating processes. One of the organizations that push the boundaries of our knowledge in this field is the Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.Read customer success story
FLIR Infrared Cameras for Life Sciences Applications
Entry Level Products
Thermal Bench Top Test Kits
Together with the kit’s lens choices and time vs. temperature plotting software, FLIR now offers the most dependable infrared solution to help paint the complete picture.
Specifically designed for academic and industrial research and science applications as well as integrators who require a flexible camera with high sensitivity, accuracy, spatial resolution, and speed at an affordable cost.
The versatile FLIR SC6000 Series cameras give you high speed and high resolution imagery in a package that’s easy to use yet flexible in configurations for just about any scientific or research application.
High definition MWIR imagery from a highly sensitive cooled InSb detector, the sc8000 Series provides superb resolution, and lightning fast frame and data rates for extreme imaging flexibility and data capture capability.