High-end Camera Series ImageIR®
Thermography systems for highest demands
The optical channel consists of interchangeable infrared lenses as well as apertures, filters, reference and optical elements for use in different applications. High-precision and robust fine mechanics combined with controlled actuators and sensors enable uncompromising radiometric stability under all application conditions. A well-balanced range of interchangeable precise radiometric infrared lenses in measurement quality covers the fields of telephoto lenses, standard lenses, wide-angle lenses as well as macroscope and microscope lenses.
Cooled focal-plane-array photon detectors of different types (InSb, MCT and QWIP) and of different formats (320 x 256) and (640 x 512) IR-pixels working in snapshot mode are used. Depending on the detector, the frame rates can reach some hundreds of Hz in full screen mode as well as some ten thousands of Hz in part screen mode. The integration times range between 1 µs and 2 ms – at a measurement accuracy of +/- 1 K, or 1 %. The average temperature definition is better than 0.02 K at an object temperature of 30 °C.
Depending on the chosen interface option, the ImageIR® thermography systems contain flexibly configurable digital interfaces for the transfer of image data and for controlling, such as Gigabit Ethernet, Camera Link, USB and CAN. An optional trigger interface guarantees most precise synchronicity from and to external sensors and actuators, which, is required by active thermography applications, for example.
Combined with the thermography evaluation software IRBIS® 3 professional by InfraTec, the camera series ImageIR® sets completely new standards as an efficient high-performance tool for most challenging thermographical testing.
InfraTec GmbH Infrarotsensorik und Messtechnik
The Dresden-based company InfraTec GmbH Infrarotsensorik und Messtechnik is a specialist for products and services in the field of infrared technology. InfraTec was founded in 1991 and, with its own capacities in manufacturing and development, employs more than 150 staff now. In the business field of sensor systems, custom-made components are produced on 900 m² of clean room space – especially pyroelectrical infrared detectors – for clients worldwide. The business sector of infrared measuring technology is active in all areas thermographic applications, with its scope of performance ranging from the sales of thermographic cameras to the supply of turn-key thermographic automation solutions and thermal imaging systems.