- PI400 and PI450 Thermal Imagers
Dec 2011Optris GmbHRequest Info
BERLIN, Dec. 19, 2011 — The newly developed PI400 and PI450 from Optris GmbH are additions to the company’s family of online infrared cameras.
Measuring 56 × 46 × 90 mm, they weigh only 320 g, with the lens included. Thermal sensitivity is 80 mK for the former and 40 mK for the latter.
Radiometric thermal images and infrared videos can be displayed and recorded at full 382 × 288-pixel resolution at 80 fps. The company says that, compared to other infrared cameras, four times more pixels are available for the same target surface area. In combination with the appropriate lens assembly, with a 30° or 13° aperture, the cameras enable more detailed measurements and widen the field of applications.
The rugged thermal imagers are IP67- and NEMA4-rated and are suitable for use in R&D applications, in test stations and in automated industrial processes. With the availability of industrial-grade accessories such as a cooling housing with a mounting flange and a high-temperature USB cable, the cameras can be employed in harsh industrial conditions. A mounting foot, a protective enclosure and an angled connector are available as options.
The cameras include license-free optris PI Connect software, which offers features for comprehensive analysis of thermal imagery, logging of data and integration with automated processes.
An optional extension of the USB cable length up to 10 km by fiber optic cable, the analog/digital process interface and the open-source drivers for software integration via DLL, ComPort and LabView facilitate incorporation into networks and automated processes by systems integrators.