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PI400 and PI450 infrared cameras

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Optris has launched the PI400 and PI450 infrared cameras. The cameras measure 56 x 46 x 90mm and weigh 320g with the lens. The PI400 offers an excellent thermal sensitivity of 80mK while the PI450 provides 40mK.

Radiometric thermal images and infrared videos can be displayed and recorded at the full resolution of 382 by 288 pixels at a high measuring rate of 80fps.

This rugged thermal imager is ideally suited for use in R&D applications, in test stations, or in automated industrial processes. With the availability of industrial grade accessories such as a cooling housing with mounting flange and a high-temperature USB cable, this camera can be implemented even in extremely harsh industrial conditions. A mounting foot, protective enclosure and angled connector are deliverable as optional items.

The camera package comprises the Optris PI Connect software. This software offers features for comprehensive analysis of thermal imagery, logging of data and integration with automated processes.

An optional extension of the USB cable up to 10km by fibre optic cable is available, as are an analogue/digital process interface (PIF) and open-source drivers for software integration via DLL, ComPort and LabView.

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