FLIR A615 (50Hz) Thermal Imaging Camera
The FLIR A615 15° - thermal imaging camera offers an affordable and accurate temperature measurement for a variety of applications where network capabilities and compliance with network protocols are of importance. The FLIR A615 15°thermal imaging camera comes with a 15° standard lens providing a 15°×11° field of view and 640×480 resolution.
The FLIR A615 15° - has built-in analysis, alarm functionality and independent communication technology over the standard network protocols. The FLIR A615 15°camera also has all the necessary features and functions to build distributed single or multi-camera solutions utilizing standard ethernet hardware and software protocols.
The FLIR A615 15° - thermal infrared camera also has built in support to connect to industrial control equipment such as PLCs, and allows for sharing of analysis and alarm results and simple control using the Ethernet/IP and Modbus TCP field bus protocol.
FLIR A615 (50Hz) Key Features
- GigE Vision™ & GenICam™ Compliant
- 8 Lens Options available
- GigE compliant.
- GenICam compliant.
- 16-bit 640 × 480 pixel images at 50 Hz, signal, temperature linear, and radiometric.
- Windowing mode: 640 × 240 pixels at 100 Hz or 640 × 120 pixels at 200 Hz.
- Compliant with any software that supports GenICam, including National Instruments IMAQ Vision and Stemmers Common Vision Blox.
- Open and well-described TCP/IP protocol for control and set-up.
Infrared thermography is based on analysis of skin surface temperatures as a reflection of normal or abnormal human physiology using a high performance infrared camera.
In oil/gas production, power generation or distribution there is a need to prevent and detect fires fast and automatically. A fix mounted infrared camera can be installed discretely and almost anywhere to monitor your business.
FLIR infrared cameras are being used in university laboratories where high-end academic and applied research is on-going in a wide range of disciplines.
An animal's body creates heat that fluctuates throughout the body depending on blood flow. The body's recognition of injury and a subsequent increase in blood flow can happen even before the animal shows signs of pain, and other conditions.
For the automotive industry the ability to continuously and automatically ensure quality is of great importance. A fix mounted infrared camera can be installed almost anywhere to monitor your production process.
IR cameras made by FLIR have become indispensable tools for many engineering disciplines, particularly in advanced product development.
|Specifications|| ||Imaging and optical data |
|IR resolution||640 × 480 pixels|
|Thermal sensitivity/NETD||< 0.05°C @ +30°C (+86°F) / 50 mK|
|Field of view (FOV)||15° × 11° (19° diagonal)|
|Minimum focus distance||0.50 m (1.64 ft.)|
|Focal length||41.3 mm (0.52 in.)|
|Spatial resolution (IFOV)||0.41 mrad|
|Image frequency||50 Hz (100/200 Hz with windowing)|
|Focus||Automatic or manual (built in motor)|
|Detector type||Focal plane array (FPA), uncooled microbolometer|
|Spectral range||7.5–14 µm|
|Detector time constant||Typical 8 ms|
|Object temperature range||
|Accuracy||±2°C (±3.6°F) or ±2% of reading|
|Atmospheric transmission correction||Automatic, based on inputs for distance, atmospheric temperature and relative humidity|
|Optics transmission correction||Automatic, based on signals from internal sensors|
|Emissivity correction||Variable from 0.01 to 1.0|
|Reflected apparent temperature correction||Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature|
|External optics/windows correction||Automatic, based on input of optics/window transmission and temperature|
|Measurement corrections||Global object parameters|
|USB||Control and image|
|USB Standard||USB 2 HS|
|USB, connector type||USB Mini-B|
|USB, communication||TCP/IP socket-based FLIR proprietary|
16-bit 640 × 480 pixels @ 25 Hz
|USB, protocols|| TCP, UDP, SNTP, RTSP, RTP, HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, ftp,
SMTP, SMB (CIFS), DHCP, MDNS (Bonjour), uPnP
|Ethernet||Control and image|
|Ethernet, type||Gigabit Ethernet|
|Ethernet, standard||IEEE 802.3|
|Ethernet, connector type||RJ-45|
|Ethernet, communication||TCP/IP socket-based FLIR proprietary and GenICam protocol|
|Ethernet, image streaming||
16-bit 640 × 480 pixels @ 50 Hz
16-bit 640 × 240 pixels @ 100 Hz
16-bit 640 × 120 pixels @ 200 Hz
|Ethernet, protocols||TCP, UDP, SNTP, RTSP, RTP, HTTP, ICMP, IGMP, ftp,
SMTP, SMB (CIFS), DHCP, MDNS (Bonjour), uPnP
|Digital input, purpose||Image tag (start, stop, general), Image flow control, (stream on/off), Input ext. device (programmatically read)|
|Digital input||2 opto-isolated, 0–1.5 V = low, 3–25 V = high|
|Digital output, purpose||Output to ext. device (programmatically set)|
|Digital output||2 opto-isolated, ON = supply (max. 100 mA), OFF = open|
|Digital I/O, isolation voltage||500 VRMS|
|Digital I/O, supply voltage||6–24 VDC, max. 200 mA|
|Digital I/O, connector type||6-pole jackable screw terminal|
|External power operation||12/24 VDC, 24 W absolute max.|
|External power, connector type||2-pole jackable screw terminal|
|Voltage||Allowed range 10–30 VDC|
|Operating temperature range||–15°C to +50°C (+5°F to +122°F)|
|Storage temperature range||–40°C to +70°C (–40°F to +158°F)|
|Humidity (operating and storage)||IEC 60068-2-30/24 h 95% relative humidity +25°C to +40°C (+77°F to +104°F)|
|Encapsulation||IP 30 (IEC 60529)|
|Shock||25 g (IEC 60068-2-27)|
|Vibration||2 g (IEC 60068-2-6)|
|Weight||0.92 kg (2.03 lb.)|
|Camera size (L × W × H)||222× 73 × 75 mm (8.7 × 2.9 × 3.0 in.)|
|Camera size, excl. lens (L × W × H)||203 × 73 × 75 mm (8.0 × 2.9 × 3.0 in.)|
|Tripod mounting||UNC ¼"-20 (on three sides)|
|Base mounting||2 × M4 thread mounting holes (on three sides)|
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