InfraTec Image IR Series Thermography Cameras

High-speed thermography systems 

The 2D infrared (IR) cameras from InfraTec are suitable for all applications of thermography. By using an IR camera one can perform non-contact absolute (or relative) temperature measurements, which allows – for example – non-destructive object inspection.

The ImageIR product line is particularly suitable for high-end research and development, non-destructive material testing and process monitoring.

The modular concept makes it easy to adapt the individual system configurations and performance data to the respective application

FEATURES:

  • Excellent thermal resolution
  • Very high frame rate
  • Modular design for individual system expansion
  • Long-life Stirling cooler for continuous operation
  • Robust light-weight metal housing
  • Accurate and repeatable triggering
  • Complete optical assortment

Ben Parker

Sales Manager
+44 (0)1372 378822
ben@qd-uki.co.uk

MODELS

FEATURES:

  • Cooled InSb or MCT detectors
  • High spatial and thermal resolution
  • Thermally decoupled optics
  • Fast frame rates
  • High dynamic range
  • 10 GigE interface
  • Separate aperture and filter wheels
  • x2 Hardware Binning (ImageIR 9400 and 10300 only)
  • cMIT (customised Multi-Integration Time) (ImageIR 8300 and 8800 only)
  • HighSense (ImageIR 8300 and 8800 only)
  • ScaledNUC (Scaled Non-Uniformity Correction) (ImageIR 8300 and 8800 only)

APPLICATIONS:

  • Research and development
  • Automation
  • Aerial thermography
  • Process control
  • Non-destructive testing

MODELS:
ImageIR range

The state-of-the art IRBIS® 3 software family designed by InfraTec represents the ideal tool for fast analysis of thermographic image data and for comfortably drafting thermographic reports. Packages of several levels are available with application specific expansion modules. The modular software concept allows for a tailored and application-specific program configuration and facilitates its application in any field.

FEATURES:

  • Numerous analysis functions and tools
  • Extensive visual displays of measurement data
  • Professional generation of thermography reports
  • Modular concept enables an application-specific configuration
  • SDK allows to connect infrared cameras in existing systems

EXPANSION MODULES:
IRBIS 3 active, IRBIS 3 mosaic, AVI Generator, Macro Editor, Sequence Editor, Palette Editor.

ANALYSIS SOFTWARE:
IRBIS 3, IRBIS 3 plus, IRBIS 3 professional, IRBIS 3 report.

CONTROL AND ACQUISITION SOFTWARE:

IRBIS 3 remote HD, IRBIS 3 control, IRBIS 3 online, IRBIS 3 process.

Active thermography is an imaging procedure for non-destructive material testing. A heat flow is induced by an energetic excitation of the test object, which can be done in a transmissive or a reflective setup. The resulting heat flow is influenced by interior material layers and defects. These inhomogeneities can be captured on the object surface by high-precision thermographic cameras. The additional application of different evaluation algorithms improves the signal-to-noise-ratio, which allows for detection of smallest defects.
The versatile application options of active thermography require an elaborate configuration of every single inspection system. InfraTec offers a wide variety of necessary components along with a modular system architecture. The high-resolution cameras, efficient control and evaluation software as well as the continuously operable excitation sources and controllers are interchangeable within the system and therefore allow a flexible adaptation to upcoming requirements.

FEATURES:

  • Non-destructive and contact-free material testing
  • Modular system for various inspection tasks
  • Ensuring effective use for reliable offline and inline solutions
  • Detection of smallest and deepest defects
  • Extensive imaging investigations

“I am using the Infratec camera with an infrared laser, where the frequencies of that laser are spatially dispersed and imaged on the camera. The light intensity of the infrared frequencies are monitored as a function of time, with microsecond time resolution, which gives information about the formation or destruction of chemicals during a reaction. The high sensitivity and image quality are outstanding, and there is very little noise from the camera contributing to the overall signal I observe. It is easy to interface with the camera using the supplied software, and the ability to externally trigger and gate the camera is an excellent advantage. I found that the sales and technical teams have been very supportive and responsive to questions or queries before, during, and after the camera installation.”

 

Dr Julia H. Lehman, School of Chemistry, University of Leeds

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