Tag Archives: Teledyne Thermal Cameras

Longwave infrared (LWIR)

Longwave infrared (LWIR) is usually demarcated to fall between 8.0 – 14.0 µm wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. It is a frequently utilized infrared technology for many drone applications, such as: Farm and crop analysis and solar field scans. The LWIR wavelengths can detect temperatures that radiate off the plants and the crop field. Thus

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Teledyne FLIR Siras™ Drone

Enterprise UAS, parent company to DroneFly, DSLR Pros (Drones, Software, Learning and Repairs for the Pros), and Aerial MediaPros.com, is the exclusive distributor of the Teledyne FLIR SIRAS™ drone. It is a mid-size commercial drone that has a Vue® radiometric thermal and visible camera for its payload. Teledyne has kept data security in mind when

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FLIR Hadron™ 640R Dual Thermal and Visible OEM Camera Module

This sensor couples a resolution radiometric (640×512) Boson® thermal sensor with a 64MP RGB (visible) sensor in one model. It has a size, weight, and power (SWaP) design that inceases its desirability for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that have a need for good battery life and run time. This is a Longwave infrared (LWIR) thermal

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FLIR Duo R Camera

The “R” in the names of  Teledyne’s FLIR sensors series refers to radiometric. This Designation indicates the cameras for these sensors have the highest sensitivity for image temperatures and detail within their product line. It allows for the smallest of temperature differences to be recorded within the images. Learn More

FLIR ( Forward Looking Infrared)Thermal Cameras

FLIR cameras are a thermographic camera so they can detect and record images in the infrared radiation (IR) wavelength of the light spectrum. Infrared radiation wavelengths are part of the nonvisible range along the spectrum 3-12 µm. An advantage of the FLIR Thermal Camera is that it collects data that contains the heat differentiation of

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Radiometric Techniques

Radiometry is a method used to measure electromagnetic radiation. It measures the entire spectrum of light wavelengths, visible and non-visible (visible, ultraviolet and infrared light). Photometry is the term used when considering the range of visible light wavelengths exclusively. The main difference between the two is that radiometry measures how light properties behaves, spreads, and

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Teledyne FLIR Vue TZ20-R Sensor

The Teledyne FLIR Vue TZ20-R sensor uses radiometric techniques to measure and record the images’ thermal-zones so that we can view the thermal details of the crops and field in order to determine its health status and take action on problem areas that are detected. The sensor has two Boson® thermal cameras that have a

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