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.
The infrared cameras optris PI 400i / PI 450i are the smallest thermographic cameras in their class. Being equipped with a measurement speed of 80 Hz and an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels they provide real-time thermographic images in high speed.
The IR camera PI 450i is, due to its thermal sensitivity of 40 mK, specifically suited for the detection of slightest temperature differences, making it indispensable in quality control of products and in medical prevention.
The compact and high-performance infrared cameras offer a temperature range of -20°C up to 900°C, being optionally upgradeable up to 1500 °C. They can be delivered with exchangeable optics, industrial thermal imager equipment and they come with an extensive license-free thermography software package.
The optris® PI 450/640 G7 infrared camera is the first industry-specific thermal imaging camera in the PI series. Designed specially for the glass industry, this camera measures in only one spectral range.The typical parameters of Optris cameras – high measurement speed (80 Hz), high optical resolution (640 x 480 pixels) and compact design – were kept to allow for the capturing of real-time thermal images of everything from glass beads right up to large panes.The IR camera is used as a line-scan camera in the field of sheet glass production and offers various possibilities for documenting and controlling the process.This compact, high-performance infra-red camera for the glass industry is available with interchangeable lenses and industrial accessories.
The DPM4003 is a 4 digit (-1999 to 9999) LED universal temperature indicator that can be used in any application where temperature needs to be displayed and controlled. This DIN 48mm x96mm, high accuracy, high-quality panel meter is designed for accurate measurement & display (in °C, °F or K) of temperature from thermocouples (selectable from the front push buttons) of Type J, K, N, R, S, T, W5 and from RTDs such as PT100. Ni100 RTD is available as an option as well as other thermocouple types.
The thermocouple and RTD signals are accurately linearised by the internal micro-controller. Options include programmable analogue output, single, dual, three & four alarms, peak hold, RS-232/485 output and more.