Ultra Compact High Resolution Infrared Thermal Cameras
Being equipped with a measurement speed of 80 Hz and an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels the Optris PI 400i and PI 450i provide real-time thermographic images at high speed.
The infrared camera PI 450i is, due to its thermal sensitivity of 40 mK, specifically suited for the detection of the slightest temperature differences, making it indispensable in the quality control of products and in medical prevention.
The compact and high-performance infrared thermal imaging cameras offer a temperature range of -20°C up to 900°C, with the option to be upgraded to 1,500°C.
The PI 450i has a sensitivity of 40mK, the highest of any camera in this price bracket, making it ideal in medical applications and the like where temperature varies even just very slightly. The definition is so good that individual veins under the skin are visible.
What’s In The Box
• USB camera with 1 lens
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table tripod
• PIF cable (1 m) incl. terminal block
• Software package Optris PIX Connect
• Rugged outdoor case
Additional Information & Software
The comprehensive license-free software package Optris PIX Connect is included in the price for both IR cameras.
The full range of IR cameras and pyrometers from Optris can also be operated using a smartphone or tablet using the IRmobile App for Android in the Google Play Store.
Optris IR Camera PI400i / PI450i Lens Options
We offer lenses for close, standard and long distances, as well as a microscope optic (PI450i only).
Use the Optris Optics Calculator to help choose the right lens for your Optris PI400i or PI450i camera based on the distance you wish to measure from, and the associated measurement field sizes:
HFOV (Horizontal Field of View): Horizontal dimension of the total measuring field at object level.
VFOV (Vertical Field of View): Vertical dimension of the total measuring field at object level.
DFOV (Diagonal Field of View): Diagonal dimension of the total measuring field at object level.
IFOV (Instantaneous Field of View): Dimensional size of a single pixel at object level
MFOV (Measured Field of View): Smallest measured object size based on a 3×3 pixel arrangement.