- Interchangeable lens
- Suitable for fast processes (up to 1 kHz)
- High thermal sensitivity (up to 40 mK NETD)
- High optical resolution (up to 640 x 480 pixels)
- Laser blocking filters
- Temperature measuring ranges from -20 to 2000 °C
- Different spectral ranges (500 nm / 1 μm / 7.9 μm / 7.5 – 13 μm)
- Cooling accessories for harsh environments up to 315 °C ambient temperature
- Shipped in a rugged outdoor case with a tripod and individual test report included
- Microscope optics for circuit boards and tiny electronic components down to 85 µm (MFOV)
USB Thermal Imaging Cameras for Industrial and R&D applications.
The range of Optris USB thermal cameras are fully radiometric stationary thermographic systems with an excellent price-performance ratio. The thermographic camera is connected to a PC via USB and they are immediately ready to be used. Temperature data is displayed through the license-free analysis software.
Just recently, Optris have introduced a new low cost thermal heat camera in the Xi range. The Xi series is a fusion of a rugged, compact pyrometer and a modern small thermal camera. Thanks to analogue and digital outputs as well as the option to process up to nine freely definable measuring areas using an external process interface, the Xi USB thermal camera is perfectly suited for OEM applications.
Below is some further information on the range offered:
The temperature range is not limited. All Optris USB thermal cameras measure between -20 and 900°C out of the box. For special applications, our PI450 G7 and PI640 G7 cameras for glass processes will measure up to 1500°C as standard and our PI 1M and 05M cameras for high-temperature metals will measure up to 2000°C as standard. No expensive options are required!
All Optris thermal imaging cameras have the same innovative design at their core. The main focus is on miniature ruggedised cameras suitable for use in industrial production and R&D environments where other USB cameras would not be suitable.
Every thermal camera in the range is fully radiometric as standard, temperature is measured at every pixel on every frame. What’s more, this radiometric data is stored with your still images or video recordings, available for recall at any time in the future. With the capability of playing back videos at reduced speed, you can now see every detail of your process like never before.
All Optris cameras are housed in an IP67 aluminium body which is designed to be as small as possible. Our largest industrial thermal imaging camera measures just 56 x 46 x 90mm including the lens and weighs 320g.
The complete Optris range is also intended to be easy to use with Plug-and-Play USB functionality. With fully featured license-free software included with every USB camera, you’ll be up and running quickly.
To operate in the most demanding of applications, Optris cameras are supported by a full range of accessories which allow operation in places you really would not expect. Ambient temperatures of up to 315°C are not an issue and dusty environments are handled with ease. Outdoor conditions are dealt with too. The Optris PI thermal camera can even work in high-pressure environments such as composite material autoclaves. Networking of the Optris cameras is possible through Ethernet conversion.