InfratecThe cooled infrared camera with the high resolution
• Detection of smallest details with detector of (640 × 512) infrared pixels
• High thermal resolution better than 20 mK for precision measurements
• Separatable configuration of aperture and filter wheel for highest flexibility
• Integratable motorized controllable filter wheel for spectral thermography with up to four special filters
Avoid Measurement Errors Using Highest
Geometrical Resolution of (640 × 512) Infrared Pixels
Compared with digital camera systems operating in the visible spectrum thermographic detector technologies still suffer from lower pixel numbers. Therefore every pixel counts as in former times of digital photography. This ImageIR® infrared camera series offers you (640 × 512) IR pixels of the high-resolution detector.
Detect Smallest Temperature Differences Using High Thermal Resolution of 20 mK
The thermal resolution of the ImageIR® infrared camera series allows you to measure smallest temperature differences of (at 30 °C). Thermal images with a narrow temperature span display details absolutely sharp. You will find interesting signatures even there where other infrared camera systems cannot detect any temperature differences any longer.
Easily Transfer Your Radiometric Data to the Computer
You will be able to work with both radiation proportional data formats and also directly with temperature data in °C or °F. You will receive the data by setting your specific parameters in the easy handling acquisition interface of the ImageIR® series at a frame rate of up to 2.5 kHz.
Make Use of Spectral Filters for Material Specific Measurements
Material specific emissivity and transmissivity properties have to be taken into account while measuring with infrared camera systems. The integration of spectral filters makes use of those specifics for special measurements. For example, spectral ranges of thin PE foils can be excluded in case they are highly transmissive – to say transparent. Like this only the radiation will be measured which is purely emitted by the foil itself. Based on its long experience in thermography InfraTec can support you in selecting the right spectral filter. The infrared camera systems of the ImageIR® series can integrate a remotely controllable filter wheel which can hold up to four spectral filters. The filter position close to the detector can avoid warm aperture effects and allows for the usage of smaller and thereby cheaper filters in the infrared camera.
Extend Your Temperature Measurement Range with an Automatic Aperture Setting
The temperature measurement range of the ImageIR® infrared camera series can be widened by an integrated aperture wheel. The motorized aperture wheel can be controlled by the camera control itself. Working with calibrated measurement ranges the appropriate aperture will even be automatically set in the infrared camera. When filter and aperture wheels are separately integrated ImageIR® camera series will be especially flexible in handling specific measurement situations.
Solid Immersion Lens (SIL) for ImageIR®
In order to make particularly small structures clearly visible, an infrared camera with a large detector format is suitable. In some cases, special measurement and testing tasks require a further increase in spatial resolution. In the field of micro-thermography, high-performance infrared microscopic lenses are used for this purpose. Their benefits can be further increased in conjunction with Solid Immersion Lenses (SIL). Mounted on the optics, these immersion media significantly improve the resolution of even the smallest structures in the µm range.
|Spectral range||(2.0 … 5.7) µm|
|Detector||MCT or InSb|
|Detector format (IR pixels)||(640 × 512)|
|Readout mode||ITR / IWR|
|Aperture||f/3.0 or f/2.0|
|Detector cooling||Stirling cooler|
|Temperature measuring range||(-40 … 300) °C|
|Measurement accuracy||± 2 °C or ± 2 %|
|Temperature resolution @ 30 °C||MCT: Better than 0.02 K; InSb: Better than 0.025 K|
|Frame rate||MCT: Up to 75/300/1,200 Hz; InSb: Up to 100/326/863 Hz|
|Window mode||Yes* (full frame / sub frame)|
|Dynamic range||14 bit|
|Integration time||(1 … 20,000) µs|
|Rotating aperture wheel||Up to 5 positions|
|Rotating filter wheel||Up to 6 positions|
|Interfaces||GigE | HDMI*|
|Trigger||2 IN / 1 OUT, TTL|
|Analog signals*, IRIG-B*||2 IN / 2 OUT, no|
|Tripod adapter||1/4" and 3/8" photo thread, 2 × M5|
|Power supply||24 V DC, wide-range power supply (100 … 240) V AC|
|Storage and operation temperature||(-40 … 70) °C, (-20 … 50) °C|
|Protection degree||IP54, IEC 60529|
|Impact strength/vibration resistance in operation||2 G DIN EN 60068-2-6, 25 G DIN EN 60086-2-27|
|Dimensions; weight||MCT:(241 x 120 x 160) mm*; InSb: (235 x 120 x 160) mm*; 3.3 kg (without lens)|
|Analysis and evaluation software*||IRBIS® 3, IRBIS® 3 view, IRBIS® 3 plus*, IRBIS® 3 professional*, IRBIS® 3 control*, IRBIS® 3 online*, IRBIS® 3 process*, IRBIS® 3 active*, IRBIS® 3 mosaic*, IRBIS® 3 vision*|
|Depending on model|