Reduce test times and improve product design for electronic board and device evaluation with this affordable solution. The 320 x 240 IR sensor offers 76,800 points of non-contact temperature measurement. Featuring a vibrant 3" LCD display as well as a 45° field of view.
The first FLIR camera designed for quick temperature checks on PCB boards and electronic devices in the lab. Reduce test times & improve product design, and take the guesswork out of thermal testing across more than 76,000 points at once with the sensitive, accurate 320 x 240 detector with the FLIR ETS320 that is designed for hands-free laboratory testing.
Whether the goal is R&D or product testing, heat can be an important indicator of how a system is functioning. This system helps engineers and test technicians collect accurate, reliable data in seconds and analyze it quickly.
Engineered specifically for lab electronics testing, the ETS320 is battery powered and hands free, and connects via USB to your PC for immediate analysis and sharing of thermal data.
Combining FLIR's advanced thermal imaging with an easy-to-assemble stand, for hands-free measurement of printed circuit boards and other small electronics. The camera is sensitive enough to detect subtle temperature difference with an accuracy of ±3%, so product designers and test engineers can quickly identify potential points of failure. The 320 x 240 IR detector offers more than 76,000 points of temperature measurement, eliminating the guesswork of legacy measurement tools. Designed specifically for lab electronics testing, the battery-powered ETS320 connects to your PC for immediate analysis and sharing of thermal data.
The FLIR ETS320 takes the guesswork out of thermal testing, for fast discovery of hot spots and potential points of failure.
The FLIR ETS320 promotes design improvements and shortens product development time by detecting design flaws that materialize as heat.
The ETS320 is designed for hands-free laboratory testing, with simplified features that allow users to focus on their work instead of on the camera controls.
Improve rapid prototyping and reduce product development cycles.
John Larkin talks about the challenges Highland Technology faces when testing electronics, and how using benchtop thermal imaging like the new FLIR ETS320 make that even easier and more efficient!
|IR Resolution||320 x 240 (76,800 pixels)|
|Detector Type||Uncooled microbolometer|
|Spectral Range||7.5 - 13.0μm|
|Field of View (FOV)||45° x 34°|
|Fixed Focus Distance||70mm ± 10mm|
|Spot Size @ Min. Focus 1||70μm|
|Measurement and Analysis|
|Object Temperature Range||-20 to 250°C (-4 to 482°F)|
|Accuracy||±3°C or ±3% of reading for ambient temperature 10 to 35°C (50 to 95°F)|
|Area||Box with max/min|
|Emissivity Correction||Variable from 0.1 to 1.0|
|Emissivity Table||Table of pre-defined materials|
|Reflected Apparent Temperature Correction||Automatic, based on input of reflected temperature|
|Storage of Images|
|Image File Formats||Standard radiometric JPEG, 14-bit measurement data included|
|Radiometric IR Video Streaming||Full dynamic to PC (FLIR Tools/Tools+) using USB|
|Non-Radiometric IR Video Streaming||Uncompressed colorized video using USB|