High-speed Thermography Camera in VGA Format
Our ImageIR® 8300 hs infrared camera sets new standards due to the combination of the image format of (640 × 512) IR pixels with the exceptionally high frame rate of 1,004 Hz. It enables thermographic images of excellent quality, even of extremely fast-moving objects or highly dynamic thermal processes. Thus, the moment that matters is reliably captured, displayed in high resolution and precisely thermally measured. Radiometric image data is transferred directly to a standard notebook for control and analysis tasks via an industry-standard 10 GigE interface using loss-free, intelligent real-time compression.
With the camera‘s wide temperature measurement range, fast processes with large temperature gradients can be easily captured, such as those that occur during explosions, electrical discharges or laser machining processes. To adapt the camera sensitivity to the spectral properties of the measured objects, the ImageIR® 8300 hs can be equipped with a rotating filter wheel. Due to the innovative T2SLS detector with HOT Long-Life technology, it requires significantly reduced cooler power and thus offers an extended lifetime compared to other cooled cameras.
The ImageIR® 8300 hs has a wide range of high-quality interchangeable optics. All standard full optics can be combined with a remotely controllable motorised focus unit for fast motorised focusing.
Use of the Latest Detector Technology for Longer Service Life
The ImageIR® 8300 hs is based on an innovative detector: T2SLS with HOT long-life technology. This offers an excellent signal-to-noise ratio starting at relatively high operating temperatures of about 130 K resulting in lower wear and tear on the cooling system. Thus, this thermographic camera requires significantly lower cooling capacity than conventional models, which typically operate at 77 K. This results in less stress on the integrated Stirling cooler, which in turn increases the lifetime of the camera compared to other cooled cameras.
Capture Fast Processes with Large Temperature Differences with High Precision
The camera’s wide temperature measurement range allows fast processes with large temperature gradients, such as those occurring in explosions, electrical discharges or laser machining processes, to be easily recorded. The new ImageIR® 8300 hs can be equipped with a fast rotating filter wheel to adapt the camera sensitivity to the spectral properties of the target. Equipped with up to six spectral filters, the filter wheel allows sequential measurements of high image frequency in different spectral ranges.
|Spectral range||InSb: (1.5 … 5.5) µm; T2SLS: (1.5 … 6) µm|
|Detector||T2SLS or InSb|
|Detector format (IR pixels)||(640 x 512)|
|Detector cooling||Stirling cooler; HOT Long-Life (T2SLS)|
|Temperature measuring range||(-40 … 1,700) °C, up to 3,000 °C*|
|Measurement accuracy||± 1 °C or ± 1 %|
|Temperature resolution @ 30 °C||Better than 0.02 K|
|Frame rate||Up to 1,004/1,957/3,731/30,330 Hz|
|Focus||Manual, motorised or automatically*|
|Dynamic range||14 bit|
|Integration time||(0.5 … 20,000) µs|
|Rotating aperture wheel||Up to 6 positions|
|Rotating filter wheel||Up to 6 positions|
|Interfaces||10 GigE, HDMI*|
|Trigger||4 IN / 2 OUT, TTL|
|Analog signals*, IRIG-B*||2 IN / 2 OUT, ja|
|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 … 40) °C|
|Protection degree||IP54, IEC 60529|
|Dimensions; weight||(235 x 120 x 160) mm, 4 kg|
|Depending on model|