The newly developed Microscope lenses are especially designed for thermal inspection of electronic boards and analyses of small chip level components down to 28 μm. The distance between the measurement object and the camera can vary between 80 and 100 mm (3.15 - 3.94 in).
640x480 px @ 32 Hz/ 640x120 px @ 125 Hz
Lens: f=44 mm/ 12° x 9° lens/ Min. spot (IFOV): 28 μm
Temperature range: -20-100 °C/ 0-250 °C/ (20)150-900 °C (-4 ... 212 °F, 32 ... 483 °F, 302 ... 1652 °F)
Scope of supply:
Thermal imaging camera optris PI 640i
• Microscope optics (MO44)
• Microscope stand
• Standard USB cable (1 m [3.3 ft])
• Standard process interface
• Manual optris PI camera
• Rugged outdoor transport case
• Software package optris PIX Connect on USB flash drive
Technical specifications optris PI Microscope kit
1)Tamb 10…50 °C and Tobj ≤ 500 °C; else: ± 0,1 K/K or 0,1%/K (the higher value applies)
2)For more information see operator‘s manual
The optris Microscope optics are ideally suited to thermally analyze both entire circuit boards and detailed macro shots of individual components can be measured reliably. The high-quality thermal and geometric detail resolution of the infrared cameras allows for an effective and precise functional testing of electronic products.
All IR cameras are delivered with the thermography software optris PIX Connect, which has been developed specifically for the extensive documentation and analysis of thermal images. It allows you to analyse temperature data in real time as well as the remote control of your infrared camera. Furthermore, you can setup individual alarm levels for your process and define visual or acustic alarm signals.
Our thermography software is licence free and can easily be adjusted to your requirements.
All optris infrared cameras are compatible with the Data Aquisition (DAQ) Software Dewesoft X by