New, high-end, mid-infrared range camera offers superb performance in industrial and lab settings
Sep 26 2019
Infratec’s new ImageIR® 9500 performs effectively in a wide variety of applications where tests in the mid infrared range are needed. These cameras can perform site surveillance including monitoring of fire hazards in industrial settings such as waste and recycling plants and factories, find the smallest temperature differences in landscapes, biotopes and labs, search electrical installations or high-voltage nets for dangerous hotspots among their almost endless range of capabilities.
The ImageIR® 9500 features a cooled FPA photon detector. This is based on highly sensitive mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) and has a 16:9 HD format with (1,280 x 720) IR pixels. Due to its high native geometrical resolution, even the smallest structures on the largest of objects can be analysed in detail. The combination with a high-performance microscopic lens enables the display of structures of up to 1.5 μm in size. Users save valuable time by reducing the number of required single recordings, while avoiding geometrical measurement errors.
InfraTec´s unique MicroScan function further enhances the camera’s efficiency because geometrical resolution can be increased to 3.7 Megapixels in full-frame. Images of this quality show the measurement objects in extremely high resolution.
With such high levels of precision, the ImageIR® 9500 is ideally suited for use in scientific and research institutions, anywhere in the world. This camera offers thermal resolution of up to 0.025 K., and enables reliable detection of very small temperature differences on measurement objects and creates the criteria for creating noise-free thermal images. IR frame rates of up to 1.5 kHz in quarter-frame, together with extremely short integration times of only a few microseconds, enable users to analyse fast-running thermal processes.
Comparable to other infrared cameras of Infratec’s ImageIR® series, this model is also extremely flexible to configure. The camera comes with latest detector linear cooler technology. Its modular design provides convenient retrofitting with components such as motorised focus, internal high-speed shutters as well as motorised filter respective aperture wheels. This means that users can easily solve their measurement tasks – no matter what field of application they are working in.
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