The ImageIR® 10300 with its enormous geometric resolution marks the current highpoint of the high-end camera series produced in Dresden. The detector format, in combination with the small pitch dimension of 10 µm, ensures that measurement, inspection and surveillance tasks can be solved even more efficiently than before. Everywhere that very fine structures need to be analysed on large-surface measurement objects, for example, users save time, effort and thus costs.
For the acquisition and representation of temperature distribution on the surface of the measuring and test objects the detector format plays a crucial role. With its detector format of (1,920 × 1,536) IR pixels the ImageIR 10300 sets new standards in geometric resolution worldwide and creates thermograms with an unprecedented image detail and sharpness. For the first time an infrared camera for civil use with a cooled photon detector permits full HD images. In combination with the small pitch dimension of 10 µm, this ensures that measurement, inspection and surveillance tasks can be solved even more efficiently than before. Everywhere such very fine structures need to be analyzed on large-surface measurement objects, for example, users save time, effort and thus costs.
Despite the detector format of about 3 Megapixels, the transfer of full frame images achieves a rate up to 100 Hz. Thanks to the 10 GigE interface of the ImageIR 10300 users can store large amounts of measurement data on a computer in the shortest amount of time. The interface is a part of the modular design of the entire high-end camera series ImageIR. Individual adjustments like retrofitting a remotely controllable filter and aperture wheel or a motor focus unit can easily be realized. A broad variety of infrared lenses with highest optical performance parameters provides the camera’s outstanding thermal sensitivity.
Target applications include:
- Aerial Thermogtaphy
- Active Thermography
- High Speed Thermography
- Electronic and Semicondictor Testing
- Material Testing
- Thermal Optisation