High-end thermography camerasfrom InfraTec
The high-end thermography systems of the product line ImageIR are conceived for applications with highest standards in the fields of research and development, non-destructive material testing and process monitoring. The modular outline allows for an individual system configuration and ideal adjustment of the performance data to the respective task. ImageIR cameras are based on a high resolution, low noise InSb detector with a long life time cooler.
These cameras are fully equipped with a long list of features and represent the current high performance of uncooled thermography. Image IR infrared cameras are built for best sensitivity, measurement accuracy, highest spatial resolution and fastest speed.Features
- Thermal resolution better than 0.015 K
- High-speed thermography with up to 25,000 Hz
- MID IR InSb detectors of 1920x1.536, 1280x1024, 640x512 Pixels
- Filter and aperture wheel: motorized; 25 positions in combination
- Wide selection of lenses, from 200 mm telephoto lens to 8 times microscopy lens with 2 µm resolution
Researchers and scientists, who depend on flexible infrared camera technology with maximum sensibility, accuracy, spatial resolution and speed, have a perfect solution available with the ImageIR series.
As the top model of this series the world leading ImageIR 10300 impresses with a cooled photon detector of 1,920 × 1,536 InSb IR pixels being installed in an radiometric infrared camera for civil use for the first time. The transmission of the recordings in full hd achieves, thanks to the 10 GigE interface, frequencies up to 100 Hz in full frame mode.
For reliable detection of very small objects over extremely high distances the models ImageIR 8300 Z and ImageIR 9300 Z are available with a focal range of 28 to 850 mm. The ImageIR 8300 hp in the format 640 x 512 IR pixels allows a full-frame rate of 350 Hz.
The series sets standards as an efficient high performance tool for thermographic investigations in combination with the thermography evaluation software IRBIS 3.