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Optris PI thermal imager

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Optris has introduced the second generation of its Optris PI thermal imager. The camera is based on a new, small detector providing 160 x 120 pixel resolution.

The detector allows thermal processes of objects as small as 50µm to be monitored. Precise measurements can also be performed on objects 0.5mm in size. Exchangeable high-precision lenses allow adjustment of the measurement distance and object size.

The stationary infrared camera is connected to a computer via USB 2.0. The computer software Optris PI Connect displays thermal images captured at up to 120Hz (8ms per picture).

The thermal imager measures 45 x 45 x 62mm and weighs 250g including the lens and cable. The camera can be used in combination with a Tablet PC as a mobile device.