For demanding applications, the L-Wave Uncooled microbolometer infrared camera offers a high-performance detector with thermal sensitivity needed to detect small temperature variances (<70 mKelvin), and the high spatial resolution needed to display these differences (320 X 240 VOx microbolometer array.) The L-Wave Uncooled infrared camera is compact and rugged, as well as easy-to-use. Equipped with IRcamera’s optional CameraLink interface, the L-Wave Uncooled offers both analog and simultaneous 14-bit digital output. Best of all, the L-Wave offers these capabilities in an affordably priced infrared camera.
Packaged in a ruggedized housing, the L-Wave is suitable for installation into a wide range of environments and applications. A variety of long wave infrared optics is available for applications from close up inspection to long range surveillance. Up to three non uniformity correction tables can be stored in the camera which is also equipped with an internal NUC flag. The camera is controlled via a serial communications interface. For data acquisition and analysis,Thermography Suite software offers powerful tools for digital image recording, measurement and analysis. Contact James L. Griffin Company today to learn more about L-Wave’s high performance capabilities and to schedule an on site demonstration.