ImageIR 8800 lt long-wave infrared camera is another top-level thermographic camera model belonging to the ImageIR high-end camera series. It is equipped with a cooled focal-plane array photon detector that provides a format of 640 × 512 IR pixels and operates in snapshot mode. Combining an outstanding thermal resolution of better than 0.025 K with very high frame rates of up to 14,593 Hz and extremely short integration times of only a few microseconds this camera qualifies for airborne biological and geological surveys, non-destructive testing and the analysis of fast thermal processes, which are related to large temperature measuring rangeswith a 14 bit dynamic range. The Infratec ImageIR 8800 lt long wavelength infared camera modular structure which consists of optical, detector and interface modules makes it easily adaptable to the respective application.
An integrated trigger interface guarantees a repeatable high-precision triggering of quick procedures for the IMageIR 8800 lt infrared camera. Multiple configurable digital in- and outputs serve as control ports for the camera or as generator of control signals for external devices. The optical channel consists of exchangeable infrared lens systems as well as application-specific apertures, filters and optical elements.
Target applications include:
|up to 14,593 Hz|
|Long wave model with shortest integration times|
|7.7 – 10.2 µm|
|(10 … 20,000) μs|
|(244 × 120 × 160) mm|
|4.0 kg (without lens)|
|3 IN / 2 OUT, TTL|
|IP54, IEC 60529|
|24 V DC, wide-range power supply (100 ... 240) V AC|
|1/4" and 3/8" photo thread, 2 × M5|
|2 IN / 2 OUT, yes|
|GigE, 10 GigE*, 2 × CAMLink*, HDMI*|
|Up to 5 positions|
|Manually, motorised or automatically*|
|Better than 0.025 K|
|± 1 °C or ± 1 %|
|(-40 … 1,200) °C|
|(640 × 512)|
|(-40 … 70) °C|
|(-20 … 50) °C|
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