The entry-level model ImageIR®4300 already shows, which qualities are characteristic for the high-end camera series ImageIR® are. Equipped with a cooled focal-plane array photon detector with (320×256) IR pixels this camera enables users to choose between detectors made of different material for thermal analyses in the short-wave and mid-infrared spectral range. MCT detectors support snapshot mode.
Recording and storing images with frequencies up to 706Hz enables you to analyse even fast processes. In addition, the ImageIR®4300 comes with an impressive thermal resolution up to 0.02K (20mK) due to its pixel pitch of 30µm. In sum, this camera series provides a potential that qualifies for usage for a broad range of applications in the fields of industry and science.
The robust light-metal housing of the instruments matches this claim. With the combination of the modular designed camera concept, the internal trigger interface, most diverse thermographic software and high-quality lenses users benefit from a high level of flexibility. That allows to adapt the cameras to almost every measurement and testing task.
Focus the Thermal Radiation Loss-free with Quality Lenses
In the field of thermography, low temperatures result in lower infrared radiation and thereby in smaller signal for the infrared camera. That is why all the available signal should be used. The lens is the part of the infrared camera getting in touch with the infrared radiation at first and therefore it plays an important role. Precision lenses being coated with an anti-reflection film for avoiding disturbtions take care that the whole infrared radiation will be focussed to the detector of the of the ImageIR® 4300 series. Within this series of infrared camera systems, a wide range of lenses – starting with telephoto lenses up to microscopic lenses – can be found, too.
Technical Specifications of ImageIR® 4300 Series
|Spectral range||(3.7 … 4.8) µm|
|Detector format (IR pixels)||Manual, motorised or automatically* (320 × 256)|
|Detector cooling||Stirling cooler|
|Temperature measuring range||(-40 … 300) °C, up to 3,000 °C*|
|Measurement accuracy||± 2 °C or ± 2 %|
|Temperature resolution @ 30 °C||Better than 0.02 K|
|Frame rate||Up to 75 / 265 / 706 Hz|
|Window mode||Yes* (full frame / sub frame)|
|Focus||Manual, motorised or automatically*|
|Dynamic range||14 bit|
|Integration time||(1 … 20,000) µs|
|Rotating aperture wheel||Up to 5 positions|
|Rotating filter wheel||Up to 5 positions|
|Interfaces||GigE | HDMI*|
|Trigger||1 IN / 1 OUT, TTL|
|Tripod adapter||1/4″ and 3/8″ photo thread, 2 × M5|
|Power supply||24 V DC, wide-range power supply (100 … 240) V AC|
|Storage and operation temperature||(-40 … 70) °C, (-20 … 50) °C|
|Protection degree||IP54, IEC 60529|
|Impact strength/vibration resistance in operation||2 G DIN EN 60068-2-6, 25 G DIN EN 60086-2-27|
|Dimensions; weight||(241 x 120 x 160) mm*; 3.3 kg (without lens)|
|Analysis and evaluation software*||IRBIS® 3, IRBIS® 3 view, IRBIS® 3 plus*, IRBIS® 3 professional*, IRBIS® 3 control*, IRBIS® 3 online*, IRBIS® 3 process*, IRBIS® 3 active*, IRBIS® 3 mosaic*, IRBIS® 3 vision*|
|Depending on model|