Available instrumentation for mid-infrared (IR) radiometry includes a fast InSb array camera (FLIR SC7500) sensitive to IR radiation with wavelegths between 3.5 and 5.1 mm, and acquisition rate of 380 fps in full-frame mode (320 x 256 px) and above 1000 Hz with quarter-frame subwindowing. A 50 mm and a “microscope” objective (x1) are available, offering a wide range of imaging areas and magnifications. Within the calibrated temperature range of 5–300 °C, the NEdT value is 20 mK.
A liquid nitrogen-cooled single-element InSb detector with custom Si optics is also available for applications which require lower noise and/or faster acquisition rates (up to 50 kHz).
Pulsed lasers with wavelengths of 532, 808, 980, and 1064 nm are available for irradiation of investigated samples, thus allowing active thermography applications.