ImageIR thermography cameras from InfraTec offer nondestructive active thermography testing, process monitoring, and control with frame rates up to 3 kHz across the IR spectrum (0.8–12 μm). Operating in linescan mode rates of 10 kHz can be achieved. The cameras are built upon focal-plane array InSb, MCT, and QWIP photon detectors invarious pixel formats (320 × 256 and 640 × 512). Thermal resolution is <25 mK (0.025°C). IRBIS 3 Plus and IRBIS 3 Professional software tools include real-time data recording and evaluation to support the infrared cameras.
Armstrong Optical Ltd.
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High speed thermal cameras for Machine vision and process control
The ImageIR range of thermography cameras from InfraTec Gmbh and supplied by Armstrong Optical offer non destructive active thermography testing, process monitoring and control with frame rates of up to 3 KHz across the infrared spectrum (0.8 to 12microns). Operating in line-scan mode rates of 10 KHz can be achieved.
These high performance cameras are already offering unprecedented capability across industries and disciplines as varied as Aerospace and automotive engineering; medicine; laser technology; welding; electronics/microelectronics research; glass, plastics and steel industries; R&D in non-destructive material testing, lock-in and spectral thermography; stress analysis testing of assemblies, and microthermography.
The ImageIR cameras are built around the latest in focal plane array infrared detector technology. The product series includes high-speed thermography systems with state-of-the art focal-plane-array InSb, MTC and QWIP photon detectors in variable pixel formats (320 x 256) and (640 x 512). With thermal resolution of <25mK (0.025°C) even the smallest transient temperature event will be captured for subsequent analysis.
Moreover, with the IRBIS 3 plus and IRBIS 3 professional software with integrated online capability, the complete systems include tools for digital real-time data recording and evaluation and all further functionality required for solving challenging measuring tasks.
SOURCE: Armstrong Optical Ltd.