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The infrared camera optris PI 400i / PI 450i is the smallest thermographic cameras in its class. Being equipped with a measurement speed of 80 Hz and an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels. it provides real-time thermographic images in high speed. The IR camera PI 450i is, due to its thermal sensitivity of 40 mK, specifically suited for detection of slightest temperature differences, making it indispensable in quality control of products and in medical prevention.

The compact and high-performance infrared cameras offer a temperature range of -20°C up to 900°C (-4 °F up to 1652 °F), being optionally upgradeable up to 1500 °C (2732 °F). It can be delivered with exchangeable optics, industrial thermal imager equipment and it comes with an extensive license-free thermography software package.

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Important specifications

  • Thermal sensitivity: 40 mK
  • Temperature range: -20 °C to 900 °C (-4 °F to 1652 °F) (optional up to 1500 °C [2732 °F])
  • Spectral range: 8 to 14 µm
  • Frame rate: 80 Hz

 

Areas of application for the thermal imager optris PI 400i/450i 

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  • Companies are currently taking contingency measures to prevent COVID-19, part of the symptoms that present the infected is high temperature (fever), so companies must take as a measure the constant monitoring of temperature of their workers. Our thermal imaging cameras can be the measurement instrument designed to take care of your employees (see image 3).
  • The high-performance infrared camera optris PI 400i and PI 450i is employed for a variety of tasks in industries. The real-time thermographic images prove especially valuable for surveillance and quality assurance in the automotive sector, in the plastics branch, and in the semi-conductor as well as photovoltaic industries.
  • Due to this type of thermographic cameras’ high resolution and the reaction speed, surveillance of manufacturing processes of moving measuring objects poses no problem. Possible areas of employment are e.g. process automation of measurement in rotary kilns or measurement of large amounts on conveyor belts during batch processes.