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IRBIS 3 Active

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InfraTec has released its active thermography software IRBIS 3 Active for thermographic material testing. Thermography sequences, which are synchronised with the excitation unit, are edited and displayed as a false colour result image. Thus, even small defects can be recognised repeatedly and reliably. The selection of the evaluation algorithm largely depends on the material and geometry of the test object as well as on the type of defect to be detected.

The software operates with InfraTec's high-end camera series ImageIR, as well as its VarioCam high resolution cameras (less than 0.03 K thermal resolution). These cameras are ideal for a variety of material testing applications.