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What You Need To Know About IR Detectors - Spectral Filtering

If you don't know the difference between cooled and uncooled cameras, it is important to be able to differentiate between them. Spectral Filtering is one of the 5 differences.

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Whether you work in research, design, testing or quality assurance, you can benefit from watching this recorded webinar.

https://www.flir.eu/discover/webinars/webinars-upcoming/ir-detectors-spectral-filtering/?utm_source=&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=emea.emea.solutions.rd.t.en.me.5s-spectral-filtering-pr.other

You'll learn: How both cooled and uncooled detectors are made for similar purposes (measuring enegry in the IR, typically temperature) and that while the purpose is the same, the architecture of each detector type leads to uniquely different capabilities. Those unique capabilities are what make a cooled camera of uncooled camera to meet specific application requirements.

Source: http://www.teledyneflir.com

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