Telops Launches a New Scientific Infrared Camera

Telops is proud to announce the launch of its new SPARK line.

QUEBEC CITY, CANADA, April 28, 2020

Quebec-based infrared camera manufacturer TELOPS adds a new line of cooled Mid-Wave Infrared (MWIR) cameras designed for high-performance in general-purpose thermography applications. Combining the powerful intuitive RevealIR acquisition software and Telops’ unique permanent radiometric calibration, the Telops SPARK line users obtain precise measurements over the entire operating range of the camera.


Principal Key Benefits of the SPARK Line:


High performance electronics enable acquisition of full-frame thermal images at rates of up to 220 fps. Detector subwindows can be used to increase the frame rate over 14,000 fps.


Up to 1 GB rotating buffer memory for reliable recording of high-speed events.


Minimum detectable temperature differences as low as 18 mK.


Telops proprietary permanent radiometric calibration eliminates the need for the user to acquire reference blackbody measurements when changing camera operating parameters. Calibrated data can be displayed in units of radiometric temperature (°C), in-band radiance (W sr-1 m-2), or in-band irradiance (W m-2). The calibration is valid for any exposure time supported by the detector, enabling advanced features such as Automatic Exposure Control and Enhanced High Dynamic Range Imaging.

"The new Spark line brings together all the DNA that has contributed to the success of the FAST and MS cameras in a scalable package that is now within the reach of many academic and industrial laboratories", says Eric Guyot, product line manager at Telops.

To learn more about this new line of product, follow this link.

Cookies make it easier for us to provide you with our services. With the usage of our services you permit us to use cookies.
I understand