Thermal imaging camera for UAV inspection tasks

Micro-Epsilon’s thermoIMAGER TIM LightWeight infrared camera is designed for easy mounting to a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles for such applications as thermographic surveying and defect analysis of photovoltaic cells and wind turbines.

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Micro-Epsilon’s thermoIMAGER TIM LightWeight infrared camera is designed for easy mounting to a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles for such applications as thermographic surveying and defect analysis of photovoltaic cells and wind turbines. The imager consists of a miniature infrared camera (Micro-Epsilon’s thermoIMAGER TIM 400 or 450 thermal imager) and a lightweight ‘NetBox mini’ PC. The camera measures just 111 x 55 x 45mm and measures temperature ranges from -20 to 1500°C. In addition, it has a spectral range of 7.5 to 13µm, changeable lenses, power supply and operation via USB, and LabVIEW software interface.

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Contact: Micro-Epsilon
Headquarters
: Ellesmere Port, England, UK
Product:
thermoIMAGER TIM LightWeight
Key Features:
Miniature infrared camera, NetBox mini PC, dimensions of 111 x 55 x 45mm, temperature ranges from -20 to 1500°C, spectral range of 7.5 to 13µm.

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