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Infrared Camera

July 30, 2009
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The ThermoImager TIM infrared camera has a robust construction and can be used in a fixed position. The very small camera uses an absolute measuring method that assigns a temperature value to each pixel of the infrared image, and provides measuring ranges between –20 C and more than 900 C. The FPA detector has 160 by 120 pixels and pixel size of 35 micrometers. The integrated USB 2.0 interface enables the camera to capture 100 images per second in real time. The signal also can be output via analog from 0 to 10 volts. The standard sensor package includes software for recording radiometric videos or snapshots, which enables post-processing or playback of recorded sequences and images.


Micro-Epsilon
+49 8542 168-225
www.micro-epsilon.de

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