Thermal Imaging Cameras in Australia by Blink Technology
We provide high-quality thermal imaging cameras in Australia for various applications.
Since opening in 2008, Blink Technology has had one goal; to assist in finding the technology required to create high-quality images that will give the detail and accuracy that you need to achieve excellent results with your projects.
Related Services We Provide to Our Thermographic Camera in Australia
We offer many other services to provide a one-stop-shop for all your needs.
- Our high-speed imaging camera in Australia can capture moving pictures with an exposure of less than 1/1000 of a second, or frame rates higher than 250 frames per second. Any of our 18 different options can be used to photograph objects that move extremely quickly.
- We offer three kinds of digital imaging correlation software. Our VIC-2D system uses advanced algorithms to provide fully two-dimensional strain data that can assist with mechanical testing on specimens. This system can measure displacements and strain over 2000% with resolutions as low as ten microstrains. This is one of the most powerful image correlation systems on the market.
- We also have two kinds of motion analysis software. Proanalyst enables you to use any video camera for purposes from sports to ballistics with high-quality results. Procapture is a low-cost video/data collection system for motion recording. Combining ProAnalyst and ProCapture produces a professional capture/analysis solution.
- Accessories: we have a full range of lighting, laser illumination, and intensifiers from brands such as Nila, SugarCube, and Cavilux.
Tips for Getting More Value Out of Using an Infratec Thermal Camera in Australia
Here are a few things that you should look at when you want the best possible results from a high-end thermal imaging camera.
- Optics: materials used for the lenses of thermal imaging cameras can be a deciding factor in how efficiently the thermal energy is sent to the detector which can affect the quality of your final image.
- Detector resolution or pixels: the number of detector pixels in a thermal imaging camera is an important factor contributing to the quality of images. Every tiny pixel can detect the temperature of its target. Therefore, the more pixels you have on a target, the more accurate your images will be in the end.
- FOV (field of view): this works with the detector pixels in determining the image quality you will receive. For example, a wider FOV is excellent for looking at a building while for small images looked at from a long distance; a narrow FOV will work in your favour.
- Spatial resolution: measured in mRads, spatial resolution uses both detector resolution and field of view into account to give optimal results. This resolution is used to define the small image that can be seen. The lower the value of spatial resolution, the better the detail of the image will be.
Why Blink Technology is Cost Effective
We strive to provide high-quality customer service with both pre- and post-sale to take the hassle out of the process of buying any of our products. We can advise you on the best camera for your specific needs, and we can give assistance once you have made your purchase should you have any problems or questions. We are here to aid our professional customers in finding what they need.
Contact us today to ask any questions and get the process started to find a high-end thermal imaging camera in Australia.
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