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IMAGING Infrared

FLIR – I7 Thermal Imaging Infrared Camera

Published
20/06/2012
Product code
SP12100
Price
EUR 1 490
Applications
Industrial
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System Plus Consulting is proud to publish the reverse costing report of the Thermal Imaging Camera :FLIR i7 from FLIR Systems.

This model was announced as the smallest, lightest and most affordable thermal imaging cameras on the market. It offers an image quality of 120×120 pixels and a maximum weight of 365 grams.

The camera integrates a FLIR ISC0601B micro-bolometer, a germanium infrared optical lens and a main electronic board in a small and compact housing. The system, with accessories is supplied in a rigid transport case.

Based on a complete teardown analysis, the report provides an estimation of the production cost as well as the selling price of the product.

The Reverse Costing of the FLIR ISC0601B micro-bolometer is available in a separate report.

 

 

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1. Overview / Introduction

  • Introduction
  • Main Features
  • The course of the analysis

 2. Physical Analysis

  • View and dimensions of the transport case
  • package opening
  • Identification of the parts
  • Electronic Board – Top Side & Bottom Side
  • Global View
  • High Resolution Photo
  • PCB Markings
  • Main Components Markings
  • Main Components
  • Discrete Components
  • Other Components

3. BOM Cost

  • Assessing the BOM
  • Estimation of the cost of the PCB
  • Estimation of the cost of the Electronic Board
  • Assessing the Housing, Mechanical Parts
  • Material cost breakdown

4. Added Value Cost

  • Assessing the Added Value (AV) cost
  • Details of the Electronic Board AV Cost
  • Details of the System Assembly AV Cost
  • Details of the Final Functional Test AV Cost
  • Added Value cost breakdown

 5. Estimation of the selling price

  • Manufacturing cost breakdown
  • Estimation of the Selling Price

 6. Conclusion

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