Optris Xi 410 Compact Infrared Camera with -20 to 900°C, 384 x 240 pixels
Rugged and compact, this Optris Xi 410 infrared camera combines the benefits of infrared cameras and infrared thermometers. Work with exact temperature measurements with this IR camera that features a -20 to 900°C range, 384 x 240 pixels, and an 80 x 44° lens. In addition, this thermal imaging thermometer includes versatile image processing software.
A 384 x 240 thermal image eliminates the search for the hot spot and tedious positioning required with single spot temperature sensors. With a frame rate of 25 Hz, it is suitable for high-speed applications too.
The Optris Xi 410 has a fast ethernet interface and can be powered by PoE. This allows for a simple installation, even if the distance from the PC is large. The built-in hot spot finder function can be used to reliably measure moving objects without having to reposition the camera. If the network connection is interrupted or if the connected PC has a problem, the camera immediately switches to the autonomous stand-alone mode which ensures a continuous measurement and alarm.
Therefore the reliability of problem detection (typically exceeding a threshold in the context of monitoring a fire outbreak) is maintained. Thanks to this unique feature, the Xi 410 is ideal for all safety applications related to fire prevention, detection of critical hot spots, monitoring of industrial equipment and storage of all kinds.
When using the fast ethernet interface, the Xi 410 has a video recording frame of 25 Hz which allows for the monitoring and control of high-speed thermal processes. It even includes a line-scanning function for continuous processes such as paper, films or carpets.
As standard, the Xi 410 features direct inputs and outputs for use with external equipment. By default, one analogue output (4-20mA) and one input (either digital or analogue) are available through the cable provided. A process interface provides three analogue or alarm outputs and three analogue or digital inputs to aid integration with PLCs, controllers and data loggers.
Very attractively priced, this unit is perfect for OEM applications and spot temperature sensor replacements.
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Optris Xi 410 Additional Information & Software
The IR camera is supplied with the free Optris PIX Connect software which offers both on and offline data analysis for the Optris Xi 410. The software allows automatic and remote control of the thermal camera, with the ability to display multiple camera images in different windows.
A video recording and snapshot function allows complete analysis and documentation of video sequences with detailed frames for your applications. The complementary PIX Connect software features many different language options including a translation tool and can display temperatures in °C or °F. The software is compatible with Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10.
All of the IR sensors and thermal imaging cameras from Optris can now also be operated easily using a smartphone or tablet using the IRmobile App for Android in the Google Play Store.
What’s In The Box
- Compact infrared camera
- Ethernet/PoE Cable/USB Cable
- IN/OUT Cable with Terminal Block
- Mounting Bracket with Tripod Thread
- Mounting Nut
- PIX Connect software package
- Quick start guide
Areas of Application
The integrated spot finder function identifies the hottest (or coldest) spot in the image and automatically communicates these measurements without an external PC.
The Xi 410 Industrial Imager is versatile and perfectly suited for a multitude of measuring tasks, e.g. mechanical engineering or multi-sensor applications. The autonomous operation brings thermal imaging to a much wider range of applications and the Xi series will be attractive to machine builders and end users alike.
- Condition monitoring of machines and equipment
- Electric utility sector
- Fire prevention/safety
- Life science/medical
- 3D printing and additive manufacturing
What is an Ethernet Camera?
An Ethernet camera is a type of network camera that connects to a computer network using an Ethernet cable, enabling remote access and data transmission over the network.