The new microscope optics for the optris Xi 400 infrared camera allows reliable temperature measurement on tiny objects from 240 µm.
In combination with a suitable stand, this enables professional measurement of printed circuit boards and components in the electronics industry. The measuring distance between camera and object is variable between 90 and 110 mm. The built-in motor focus allows for an easy focussing of the camera with the included PIX Connect software. Circuit boards are a core part of electronic devices. They keep getting smaller while having to be more powerful at the same time. Temperatures of assembled circuit boards can easily be measured with the microscope optics of the optris Xi 400 thermal imager, thus identifying overheated areas quickly and preventing possible defects.
The causes for excessive temperatures can be manifold: defective components, incorrectly dimensioned circuit paths or poorly soldered joints.
The newly developed optris Xi 400 combines the benefits of a robust, compact pyrometer and an advanced IR camera. The 80 Hz frame rate allows for the monitoring of fast thermal processes, even including a line-scan function. The spot finder IR camera has an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels and comes with an extensive ready-to-use package - including a versatile image processing software.
Due to its compact design and an affordable pricing, the new optris Xi spot finder IR camera is ideally suited for OEM applications.