High-resolution IR Camera With Microscope Optics

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High-resolution IR Camera With Microscope Optics
High-resolution IR Camera With Microscope Optics

Optris is expanding its range of non-contact temperature measurement sensors with compact, high-resolution infrared cameras with microscope lenses. As well as shots of the entire circuit board, detailed macro shots of individual components are possible and can be measured reliably. The macro shots are possible with a spatial resolution of 28 µm. The infrared cameras with microscope lenses come in a set with a high-quality table mount which allows for the simple fine-adjustment of the camera's focus, especially in the test & measurement range. The distance between the measurement object and the camera can vary between 80 and 100 mm. This flexible positioning of the measurement device allows for a simultaneous electric functional test without difficulty. With the license-free software both radiometric images and radiometric videos can be recorded at up to 125 Hz.

Posted on October 30, 2017 - (2053 views)
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