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Infratec ImageIR 4300 Thermography Camera

ImageIR® 4300 (320x256)

The entry door to spectral thermography

  • Motorized remotly controlled filter wheel for spectral thermography includable
  • Seperatable filter and aperture wheels can allow for highest flexibility
  • High thermal resolution for precision measurements
  • Modular design for application specific configuration and successive adaption to increasing needs

Measure Precisely over a Long Time

A high long-term stability of the thermographic measurement with infrared camera systems of the ImageIR® 4300  series is achieved by an excellent thermal decoupling of the electronics module which will emit heat during its operation from the optical and detector module being most important for the signal receipt.

Focus the Thermal Radiation Loss-free with Quality Lenses

In the field of thermography, low temperatures result in lower infrared radiation and thereby in smaller signal for the infrared camera. That is why all the available signal should be used. The lens is the part of the infrared camera getting in touch with the infrared radiation at first and therefore it plays an important role. Precision lenses being coated with an anti-reflection film for avoiding disturbtions take care that the whole infrared radiation will be focussed to the detector of the of the ImageIR® 4300 series. Within this series of infrared camera systems, a wide range of lenses - starting with telephoto lenses up to microscopic lenses – can be found, too.

Solid Immersion Lens (SIL) for ImageIR

In order to make particularly small structures clearly visible, an infrared camera with a large detector format is suitable. In some cases, special measurement and testing tasks require a further increase in spatial resolution. In the field of micro-thermography, high-performance infrared microscopic lenses are used for this purpose. Their benefits can be further increased in conjunction with Solid Immersion Lenses (SIL). Mounted on the optics, these immersion media significantly improve the resolution of even the smallest structures in the µm range.

Infratec  ImageIR 4300
Spectral Range: (2.0 … 5.5) µm
Pitch: 30 µm
Detector: MCT
Detector Format (IR Pixels): (320 × 256)
Image Acquisition: Snapshot
Readout Mode: ITR
Aperture Ratio: f/2.0
Detector Cooling: Stirling cooler
Temp Measuring Range: (-40 … 300) °C*
Measurement Accuracy: ± 2 °C or ± 2 %
Temperature Resolution: Better than 0.02 K
Frame Rate (full/half/sub frame)*: Up to 75 / 265 / 706 Hz
Window Mode: Yes* (full frame / sub frame)
Focus: Manual
Dynamic Range: 14 bit
Integration Time: (1 … 20,000) µs
Rotating Filter Wheel*: Up to 5 positions
Rotating Aperture Wheel*: Up to 5 positions
Interfaces: GigE, HDMI*
Trigger: 1 IN / 1 OUT, TTL
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 Temp. (-40 … 70) °C, (-20 … 50) °C
Protection Degree: IP54, IEC 60529
Dimensions; Weigh: (241 × 120 × 160) mm*; 3.3 kg (without lens)
Analysis and Evaluation Software:

IRBIS® 3, IRBIS® 3 view, IRBIS® 3 plus*, IRBIS® 3 professional*, IRBIS® 3 control*, IRBIS® 3 online*,
IRBIS® 3 process*, IRBIS® 3 active*, IRBIS® 3 mosaic*, IRBIS® 3 vision*

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