The Smallest Measuring VGA Infrared Camera in the World
The Optris PI640 provides the best image quality in the Optris PI series of infrared cameras. With an optical resolution of 640×480 pixels, the PI640 delivers pin-sharp radiometric pictures and videos in real time.
The IR camera boasts a wide temperature range from -20°C to 900°C, allowing it to capture thermal information across a broad spectrum. It operates within a spectral range of 8 to 14 µm, ensuring accurate detection of infrared radiation. With a high frame rate of up to 125 Hz, it can capture rapid temperature changes with precision.
The infrared camera has a compact body size of 45x56x90mm and weighs 320 grams, including the lens, and is one of the smallest thermal cameras on the market. The imager camera comes with software and an I/O interface, providing convenient control and data management.
This IR VGA camera is suitable for a range of applications, such as industrial inspections, electrical diagnostics, research, and more, where capturing and analysing temperature variations is crucial. Its impressive specifications make it a powerful tool for professionals requiring accurate and reliable thermal imaging capabilities.
If you’re looking for an Optris thermal camera in VGA resolution, take a look at the innovative Optris PI450.
What’s In The Box
• USB VGA 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
Optris PI640 Additional Information & Software
All of the thermal imaging cameras and pyrometers from Optris can now also be operated easily using a smartphone or tablet using the IRmobile App for Android in the Google Play Store.
We offer a full range of accessories along with a variety of lenses close, standard and long distances, as well as a microscope optic.
FAQs About VGA Cameras
What is a VGA Camera?
A VGA camera refers to a camera that captures images with a resolution of the Video Graphics Array (VGA) standard. VGA resolution typically refers to an image size of 640×480 pixels, providing a balance between image quality and file size. VGA cameras are commonly used in applications where moderate image detail is required.
What is an Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera?
An infrared thermal imaging camera is a device that captures and displays thermal images based on the infrared radiation emitted by objects. It utilises specialised sensors to detect and convert infrared radiation into a visual representation of temperature variations. By mapping temperature differences, these cameras create thermal images known as thermograms.
Infrared thermal imaging cameras are widely used in various fields and industries such as building inspections, manufacturing, electrical diagnostics, mechanical analysis, firefighting, and medical imaging.
They provide a non-contact method to identify heat patterns, energy loss, equipment malfunctions, and potential hazards. These cameras enable manufacturers and industries to visualise temperature variations and make informed decisions based on the thermal information captured.