optris infrared cameras
Optris' infrared cameras are fully radiometric stationary thermographic systems with an excellent price-performance ratio. The thermal imaging cameras are connected to a PC via USB and they are immediately ready to be used. Temperature data is displayed through the license-free analysis software optris PIX Connect. The software also includes two SDKs for Windows and Linux as well as drivers for LabVIEW and MATLAB.
The optris Compact and Precision Line
The Compact and the Precision Line offer thermal imagers for all applications. Which one is yours?
Advantages of the Xi Compact Line
Compact industrial imager for temperature
measurements from -20 to 900 °C
Autonomous operation with automatic spot finder
and direct analog output - ideal for OEM use (Xi 80)
Direct Ethernet and RS485 interface (Xi 80)
Microscope optics for circuit boards and small electronic
components down to 240 µm (MFOV) starting at $ 2400
Advantages of the PI Precision Line
Suited for fast processes (up to 1 kHz)
High thermal sensitivity (down to 40 mK NETD)
High optical resolution (up to 640 x 480 pixels)
Laser blocking filters
Temperature measuring ranges from -20 to 2000 °C
Different spectral ranges
(500 nm / 1 μm / 7.9 μm / 7.5 – 13 μm)
Cooling accessories for harsh environments
up to 315 °C ambient temperature
Shipped in rugged outdoor case with
tripod and individual test report included
Microscope optics for circuit boards and tiny electronic components
down to 85 µm (MFOV) starting at $ 7780
General advantages of both thermal cameras' series
Experiencing real-time thermal images with a frame rate of up to 128 Hz, capturing and saving fast measurement results as snapshots or video sequences or, thanks to the excellent thermal sensitivity, indicating even smallest changes in temperature - to only name a few of the many advantages.
Including optics and cable, the optris thermal imaging cameras weigh less than 320 grams (11.3 oz), making them the smallest infrared cameras in the world (dimensions up to 46 x 56 x 90 mm [1.81 x 2.20 x 3.54 in]).
Automatic hot spot detection
Objects can be examined thermally and hot or cold spots can be found automatically to reveal weak spots of the process.
Fast temperature measurements
With thermal imagers, temperature distributions on surfaces can be captured precisely within a millisecond interval.
Extensive software with line scan mode
The accompanying software optris PIX Connect helps you with comprehensive temperature data analysis and documentation. Furthermore, the software contains a line scan mode which is generally used for processes with moving objects under test.
Easy process Integration
Advanced interface concepts allow the integration within networks and automated systems:
- USB cable extension up to 100 m (328.1 ft) over Ethernet or up to 10 km (6.21 mi) over fibre
- Process interface (PIF) on the ir camera as analog input / output (0 - 10 V) and digital input (low- und high-Level)
- Software interface via Dynamic-Link-Library (DLL) and ComPort
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