Infrared camera

The ThermoVision A320G infrared camera is compatible with the GigE Vision camera interface, which was developed using the Gigabit Ethernet protocol and facilitates fast image transfer using standard cables over long distances, and supports the GenICam protocol for integration with digital cameras and third-party software.

06/15/2008


The ThermoVision A320G infrared camera is compatible with the GigE Vision camera interface, which was developed using the Gigabit Ethernet protocol and facilitates fast image transfer using standard cables over long distances, and supports the GenICam protocol for integration with digital cameras and third-party software. The camera features image flow control that allows an external signal to control image streaming, digital I/O for triggering and synchronization, infrared monitor software to run up to nine cameras simultaneously and a built-in 25-degree lens with motorized auto-focus.

FLIR Systems, Inc.

www.goinfrared.com





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