Visualization of CO2 gas
By visualizing invisible gases such as CO2, methane, ethane, ethanol, toluene, etc., one could detect and quantify leakages from pipes, exhalation flow, or characterize bare air flow using CO2; gas as an inexpensive tracer.
A particular concern when visualizing CO2 is that it is generally difficult to distinguish from water vapor.
On the other hand, CO2 cameras can discriminate gases by spectrally filtering infrared absorption at specific wavelengths.
In the 4.3 micron wavelength band, CO2 is much more absorptive than water vapor, so this concern can be overcome.
CO2 cameras are equipped with a cooled sensor which has unparalleled sensitivity.
It can detect small gas leaks from several meters away, large gas leaks from several hundred meters away, and gas leaks from moving transport vehicles such as tanker trucks, cargo ships, and freight trains.
X6981 SLS / X6901sc SLS
The FLIR X6981 SLS / X6901sc SLS is an extraordinarily fast, highly sensitive LWIR camera designed for scientists, researchers, and engineers. The strained layer superlattice (SLS) detector offers shorter snapshot speeds, wider temperature bands, and better uniformity than current LWIR or MWIR alternatives.
X6981 / X6901 / X6901sc
The FLIR X6981 / X6901 / X6901sc is an extraordinarily fast, highly sensitive MWIR camera designed for scientists, researchers, and engineers. With advanced triggering, on-camera RAM/SSD recording, and a four-position motorized filter wheel, this camera offers the functionality to stop motion on high speed events, whether they’re in the lab or on the test range.
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