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FLIR A8300sc

The A8300sc is a compact, high sensitivity, low noise MWIR camera with a cooled Indium Antimonide (InSb) detector for HD thermal images with the finest details. The A8300sc HD MWIR camera is geared for thermal electronics inspection, thermal microscopy, materials non-destructive testing, failure analysis, aerial thermal mapping, and industrial R&D applications. Short exposure times allow users to freeze motion and achieve accurate thermal measurements. In fact, the camera’s image output can be windowed to increase frame rates and accurately characterize even higher speed thermal events, helping ensure critical data doesn't get missed during testing.

The A8303sc HD MWIR cameras stream thermal data over Gigabit Ethernet and CoaExpress to a PC for live image viewing and recording. Using FLIR’s ResearchIR software, researchers and scientists can easily monitor, acquire, analyze, and share data. The A8303sc allows for full user control over integration times, frame rates, synchronization inputs, and window sizes. In addition, the camera mates with MWIR close up optics for zoomed-in fields of view, making the camera perfect for thermal imaging of small targets.


FLIR A8300sc MWIR Infrared Camera Features

  • True HD Imagery with 1280 × 720 Pixels
  • High Sensitivity Low Noise: 20MK
  • Small Target Measurement Down to 3.5 μm
  • HD-SDI Video Output
  • Wide Choice of Optics



Specifications of A8300sc MWIR Performance Camera


Model NumberFLIR A8300sc
Detector TypeFLIR Indium Antimonide (InSb)
Spectral Range3.0 – 5.0 μm, Optional: 1.5 – 5.0 μm
Resolution1280 x 720
Detector Pitch14μm
NETD <20 mk
Well Capacity5.9 M electrons
Operability>99.5% (99.9% typical)
Sensor CoolingClosed Cycle Linear
Electronics / Imaging
Readout Snapshot
Readout Modes Asynchronous Integrate While Read; Asynchronous Integrate Then Read
Synchronization ModesSync In, Sync Out
Integration Time500 ns to Full Frame
Subwindow Modes Full, 1/2, or 1/4 Window
Max Frame Rate60 Hz @ Full Window
165Hz @ 1/2 Window
388Hz @ 1/4 Window
Dynamic Range14-bit
Digital Data ProtocolGigabit Ethernet (GigE Vision 2.0), CoaXPress
Command and Control GenICam
Standard Temperature Range20°C to 350°C (-4°F to 662°F)
Optional Temperature RangeUp to 1,500°C (2,732°F)
Up to 2,000°C (3,632°F)
Camera f/#f/4.0
Available Lenses17mm, 25 mm, 50 mm, 100 mm
Close-up Lenses / Microscopes1x, 4x
FilteringBehind the Lens
Image Presentation
PalettesSelectable 8-bit
AGCLinear, PE, DDE
ZoomVideo Zoom is Auto Selected:
Video Zoom is Auto Selected; Full Res = 1x, ¼ Res = 2x
Operating Temperature Range-40°C to +50°C (-40°F to 122°F )
Storage Temperature Range-55°C to 80°C (-67°F to 176°F)
Shock / Vibration40 g , 11 msec ½ sine pulse / 4.3 g RMS Random Vibration, All 3 Axis
Power24 VDC ( < 50 W steady state)
Weight without Lens 8.4 lbs
Size (L × W × H ) w/o Lens8.9" × 4.6" × 5.3"
Mounting 2 × ¼” -20, 1 × 3/8” – 16, 4 × 10/24




FLIR A8300sc MWIR Infrared Camera Optics


Focal Length


F Number

Spectral Band

17 mm 57.9° x 35.7° f/4.03.0 - 5.0 µm
25 mm 41.2° x 24.8° f/4.03.0 - 5.0 µm
50 mm 21.3° x 12.5° f/4.03.0 - 5.0 µm
100 mm10.7° x 6.28° f/4.03.0 - 5.0 µm
25 mm 40.4° x 40.5° f/4.0 1.5 - 5.0 µm
50 mm 20.9° x 20.9°f/4.01.5 - 5.0 µm
100 mm10.5° x 10.5° f/4.0 1.5 - 5.0 µm

Application Images


NEW - FLIR ResearchIR Software

IR camera control and analysis software for research and science applications

A powerful and easy-to-use thermal analysis software for camera system command and control, high speed data recording, real-time or playback analysis, and reporting.


  1. Image Display: Sizable image display with selectable color/grey scale palettes.
  2. Image Analysis Tools: Multiple analysis tools with user defined settings for detailed data examination.
  3. Image File Explorer: Quickly save, locate, or open previously stored images or image sequences.
  4. High Resolution Image Scaling: Multiple image scaling modes with built in histogram display to simplify manual scaling of the image.
  5. Statistic Table: View detailed image quantitative data for the image analysis tools.
  6. Temporal Plot: Plots the desired analysis tool result over a period of time or frame number.