infrared cameras

INFRARED CAMERAS
The most portable infrared online cameras in the world
innovative infrared technology
Important features of the infrared cameras
Special advantages
• Temperature ranges from –20 °C to 1800 °C
• Small cameras ideal for OEM use
• Up to 1 kHz for fast processing
• Optical resolution up to 764 x 480 pixels
• Includes license-free analysis software and full SDK
Made in
Germany
2 years
warranty
Automatic hotspot search
Fast measurements
Temperature distributions on a
surface can be precisely recorded
at millisecond intervals.
Objects can be
thermally analyzed
and hot or cold spots
can be found automatically
A drop of milk falling
into a cup of coffee
Simple process integration
Portable
and stationary
Advanced interface concepts enable integration into
networks and automated systems:
8 – 48 V DC or
Power over Ethernet (PoE)
The cameras bridge the existing gap between portable
infrared snapshot cameras and purely stationary devices.
Examples of areas of application are:
• Process automation
• Test stations
• Research & development
• Mobile measuring tasks
PoE
PC
PI Connect
PI Connect Server
• USB cable extension up to 100 m (over Ethernet)
• Industrial Process Interface (PIF) with two analogue
inputs, one digital input and over three analogue
outputs/alarm outputs with three isolated relays
(0 – 30 V/ 400 mA); additional fail-safe relay.
• S
oftware Development Kit (SDK) for integration of the
camera into customer-specific software via Dynamiclink
Library (DLL) or COM-Port.
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innovative infrared technology
optris® PI 160
INFRARED CAMERA
WITH 120 Hz FRAME RATE
Small camera
ideal for OEM
use
• Outstanding value for money
• Very good thermal sensitivity of 80 mK
• Thermal image in real time with up to 120 Hz
• Detector with 160 x 120 pixels
• Compact design (dimensions: 45 x 45 x 62 mm)
• Includes license-free analysis software and full SDK
Surface measurements in
industrial application
The optris® PI 160 infrared camera
is always used when temperature
monitoring of surfaces is required
and the single point measurement
of pyrometers is no longer sufficient.
Nowadays surface measurements
are essential in the automotive field,
in plastic applications and in the
solar industry.
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44.50
44.50
50.50
61 – 63
M4
6 mm deep
1/4″ – 20 UNC
6 mm deep
Hand as measurement object:
measurement field size 240 mm x 180 mm
pixel size 1.5 mm
Same measurement field
size at different measurement
distances:
160 x 120 pixels
• W
ide-angle lens:
0.27 m measurement distance
27
45
18
Suitable lenses for
every measurement
distance
45
Dimensions in mm
• S
tandard lens:
0.6 m measurement distance
• T
elephoto lens:
2.13 m measurement distance
10 x 10 pixels = 225 mm2
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optris® PI 200 / PI 230
INFRARED CAMERA
WITH BI-SPECTRAL TECHNOLOGY
Two cameras
in one
compact device
• BI-SPECTRAL Technology
• T
ime-synchronized real image recording
at up to 32 Hz (640 x 480 pixels)
• R
eal image camera is highly sensitive in low-light conditions
• Thermal images in real time at up to 128 Hz (160 x 120 pixels)
• C
ompact design (dimensions: 45 x 45 x 62 mm)
• Includes
license-free analysis software and full SDK
BI-SPECTRAL Technology
With the help of BI-SPECTRAL technology a real image (VIS)
can be combined with a thermal image (IR) and plotted
synchronistically:
Crossfade mode:
Highlight critical temperatures by
means of crossfade (transparency
from 0 to 100 %) or by means
of superimposition of defined
temperature fields (thresholds).
Monitoring of a carbon ribbon
Measurement of the brake temperature
in superimposed picture
50.50
6
5
10.60
16
Surveillance mode:
Easy orientation at the measuring
point through separate display of the
visual picture.
45
19
20.50
27
18
16
19
45
Dimensions in mm
4
Cross-fade of a VIS image
above 35 °C
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optris® PI 400
INFRARED CAMERA
WITH HIGH OPTICAL RESOLUTION
The smallest
camera in
its class
• The smallest camera in its class (46 x 56 x 90 mm)
• V
ery good thermal sensitivity at 80 mK
• Thermal image recording in real time at up to 80 Hz
• Interchangeable lenses & industrial accessories
• L
ightweight (320 g incl. lens)
• D
etector with 382 x 288 pixels
• Includes license-free analysis software and full SDK
High-performance for
a wide range of uses
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approx.
15
52
M4
6 mm deep
The high-performance optris® PI 400
infrared camera has a wide range of
uses in industry. For example, real
time thermal image shots help to
monitor processes and ensure the
quality of manufactured products in
the automotive field in particular, in the
manufacturing of plastics as well as
in the semiconductor and photovoltaic
industry.
34 – 38
(depending on
lens)
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382 x 288 pixels
SMD chip as measurement object:
measurement field size: 240 mm x 180 mm,
pixel size: 0.63 mm
16
1/4″ – 20 UNC
6 mm deep
10 x 10 pixels = 40 mm2
5
15
80 Hz recordings with
full pixel resolution
46
33
56
The display and recording of thermal
images at full optical resolution can
be done at high measurement speeds
of 80 frames per second.
Dimensions in mm
Thermal image shots of preforms
in PET bottle production
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optris® PI 450
INFRARED CAMERA
WITH VERY HIGH OPTICAL RESOLUTION
Detection of
minimal temperature
differences
• The smallest camera in its class (46 x 56 x 90 mm)
• V
ery good thermal sensitivity at 40 mK
• Thermal image recording in real time at up to 80 Hz
• Interchangeable lenses & industrial accessories
• L
ightweight (320 g incl. lens)
• D
etector with 382 x 288 pixels
• U
sable at ambient temperatures of up to 70 °C without the need
for additional cooling
• Includes
license-free analysis software and full SDK
Highest temperature
resolution of 40 mK
With an optical resolution of 40 mK, the
optris® PI 450 is used for measuring
the most subtle temperature differences,
e.g. in the quality control of products
or in preventive medicine.
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approx.
15
52
M4
6 mm deep
34 – 38
(depending on
lens)
Highest temperature resolution in
the medical sector
Due to the fine temperature resolution of the optris® PI 450,
even veins under the skin can be seen.
6
16
80 mK
1/4″ – 20 UNC
6 mm deep
5
33
56
46
Dimensions in mm
6
15
40 mK (PI 450)
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optris® PI 450 G7
INFRARED CAMERA FOR ANECHOIC
INFRARED SURFACE TEMPERATURE
MEASUREMENTS ON GLASS
Thermography
solutions
for the glass industry
• Usable
at ambient temperatures of up to 70 °C without
the need for additional cooling
• With
an integrated filter for the spectral range of 7.9 μm
• C
ompact size of 46 x 56 x 90 mm
• 8
0 Hz frame rate
• Includes license-free analysis software and full SDK
Exact temperature
measurements on glass
surfaces via line-scan
camera function
ø 42
approx.
15
52
M4
6 mm deep
34 – 38
(depending on
lens)
16
6
1/4″ – 20 UNC
6 mm deep
5
IR camera
heating section
cooling section
product
reference pyrometer
The line-scan camera function
(linescan mode) of the PI Connect
software enables the exact temperature
measurement of panes of glass during
transport on conveyor belts. This is a
particularly important quality factor
in tempering processes, e.g. in ESG
and VSG.
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56
46
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The temperature of glass is best
measured in the range of spectral
absorption bands. For this purpose
the optris® PI 450 G7 has an
integrated 7.9 μm filter which enables
an anechoic IR surface temperature
measurement. Its compact size makes
the optris® PI 450 G7 particularly
suitable for use in confined spaces
and for installation in industrial
facilities. The infrared camera is fully
operational at ambient temperatures
of up to 70 °C without the need for
cooling. With an imaging frequency
of 80 Hz, glass products can be
continuously tested, even in fast
processing.
Dimensions in mm
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optris® PI 640
THERMOGRAPHY
IN VGA RESOLUTION
The smallest VGA
infrared
measurement
camera in the world
• 6
40 x 480 pixels
• R
adiometric video recording at 32 Hz / 125 Hz in subframe-mode
(640x120 pixels)
• C
ompact size of 46 x 56 x 90 mm
• L
ightweight (320 g incl. lens)
• Includes license-free analysis software and full SDK
ø 42
approx.
15
52
M4
6 mm deep
34 – 38
(depending on
lens)
6
5
33
56
46
Dimensions in mm
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With a casing size of only
46 x 56 x 90 mm and a weight of 320
grams (incl. lens), the optris® PI 640
is among the most compact infrared
cameras on the market.
The high-definition optris® PI 640
infrared camera is best used in
applications where finest thermal details matter.
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1/4″ – 20 UNC
6 mm deep
Razor sharp infrared
pictures and videos for
process optimization
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It significantly contributes to process
optimization in both research and
development and in industry.
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optris® PI 1M
INFRARED CAMERA
FOR THE SHORTWAVE DOMAIN
Ultra compact
infrared camera for
the metal industry
• H
ighly flexible CMOS detector with an optical resolution of
up to 764 x 480 pixels
• V
ery large temperature measurement range (without sub-ranges)
of 450 °C to 1800 °C
• Frame rates of up to 1 kHz for fast processes
• R
eal-time output of middle pixel at a set-up time of 1 ms
• Includes license-free analysis software and full SDK
• 1 kHz linescanning function possible
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M4
6 mm deep
35, 46 or 69
(depending on
lens)
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6
1/4″ – 20 UNC
6 mm deep
5
33
56
46
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20
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Intelligent temperature
measurement – innovative
and fast
The new optris® PI 1M IR camera is
specially suited for measuring the
temperature of metals, as these
exhibit a distinctly higher emissivity at
the short measurement wavelength
of 1μm than at measurements in the
previously conventional wavelength
range of 8 – 14 μm.
The advantage of temperature
measurements with the new infrared
camera lies in the large amount of information in an IR picture/IR video as
well as the short reaction time of 1ms
for the output of temperature information of freely selectable individual
pixels.
The use of these new image sensors
allows a large dynamic range for
temperature measurement so that the
previously necessary use of relatively
many and narrowly defined sub-ranges
is no longer required. Intelligent
measuring with a pyrometer is now
possible thanks to the two-dimensional
temperature recording of the
optris® PI 1M.
Thanks to the large measurement
temperature range of 450 – 1800 °C,
the optris® PI 1M IR camera satisfies
practically all demands in the fields of
metal production and processing.
Dimensions in mm
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Technical data
Compact infrared
cameras for fast
online applications,
including line scanning
Basic model
PI 160
PI 200 / PI 230
PI 400 / PI 450
Type
IR
BI-SPECTRAL
IR
Detector
FPA, uncooled (25 μm x 25 μm)
FPA, uncooled (25 μm x 25 μm)
FPA, uncooled (25 μm x 25 μm)
Optical resolution
160 x 120 pixels
160 x 120 pixels
382 x 288 pixels
Spectral range
7.5 – 13 μm
7.5 – 13 μm
7.5 – 13 μm
Temperature ranges
–20 °C ... 100 °C, 0 °C ... 250 °C,
150 °C ... 900 °C, additional range:
200 °C ... 1500 °C (option) *
–20 °C ... 100 °C, 0 °C ... 250 °C,
150 °C ... 900 °C, additional range:
200 °C ... 1500 °C (option) *
–20 °C ... 100 °C, 0 °C ... 250 °C,
150 °C ... 900 °C, additional range:
200 °C ... 1500 °C (option for PI 400)
Frame rate
120 Hz
128 Hz ***
80 Hz
Lenses (FOV)
23° x 17° / f = 10 mm or
6° x 5° / f = 35.5 mm or
41° x 31° / f = 5.7 mm or
72° x 52° / f = 3.3 mm
23° x 17° ** / f = 10 mm or
6° x 5° / f = 35.5 mm or
41° x 31° ** / f = 5.7 mm or
72° x 52° / f = 3.3 mm
29° x 22° / f = 18,7 mm or
38° x 29° / f = 15 mm or
13° x 10° / f = 41 mm or
53° x 40° / f= 10,5 mm or
62° x 49° / f = 11 mm or
80° x 56° / f = 7.7 mm
Thermal
sensitivity (NETD)
0.08 K with 23° x 17° FOV / F = 0.8
0.3 K with 6° x 5° FOV / F = 1.6
0.1 K with 41° x 31° FOV and
72° x 52° FOV / F = 1
0.08 K with 23° x 17° FOV / F = 0.8
0.3 K with 6° x 5° FOV / F = 1.6
0.1 K with 41° x 31° FOV and
72° x 52° FOV / F = 1
PI400: 0,08 K with 29°, 38°, 53°, 62°, 80° FOV
PI450: 0,04 K with 29°, 38°, 53°, 62°, 80°FOV
lenses mentioned above: F = 0,8
PI400: 0,1 K with 13° FOV / F = 1,0
PI450: 0,06 K with 13° FOV / F = 1,0
Optical resolution: 640 x 480 pixels
Frame rate: 32 Hz ***
Lens (FOV): PI 200: 54° x 40°,
PI 230: 30° x 23°
–
–
Option for visual camera
(only for BI-SPECTRAL camera)
Accuracy
±2 °C or ±2 %, whichever is greater
±2 °C or ±2 %, whichever is greater
±2 °C or ±2 %, whichever is greater
PC interface
USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE)
conversion
USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE)
conversion
USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE)
conversion
Standard PIF
0 – 10 V input, digital input
(max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output
0 – 10 V Einput, digital input
(max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output
0 – 10 V input, digital input
(max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output
Industrial PIF
(optional)
2 x 0 – 10 V inputs, digital input (max. 24 V),
3 x 0 – 10 V outputs, 3 x relays
(0 – 30 V / 400 mA), fail-safe relays
–
2 x 0 – 10 V inputs, digital input
(max. 24 V), 3 x 0 – 10 V outputs,
3 x relays (0 – 30 V / 400 mA), fail-safe relays
Ambient temperature (TUmg)
0 °C ... 50 °C
0 °C ... 50 °C
PI 400: 0 °C ... 50 °C / PI 450: 0 °C ... 70 °C
Storage temperature
– 40 °C ... 70 °C
– 40 °C ... 70 °C
PI 400: – 40 °C ... 70 °C
PI 450: – 40 °C ... 85 °C
Relative humidity
20 – 80 %, non-condensing
20 – 80 %, non-condensing
20 – 80 %, non-condensing
Enclosure (size/ rating)
45 mm x 45 mm x 62 mm / IP 67 (NEMA 4)
45 mm x 45 mm x 62 mm / IP 67 (NEMA 4)
46 mm x 56 mm x 90 mm / IP 67 (NEMA 4)
Weight
195 g, incl. lens
215 g, incl. lens
320 g, incl. lens
Shock/ vibration
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g und 50 g)
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-6 (sinus-shaped)/
IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g und 50 g)
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-6 (sinus-shaped)/
IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g und 50 g)
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-6 (sinus-shaped)/
IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Tripod mount
1/4 - 20 UNC
1/4 - 20 UNC
1/4 - 20 UNC
Voltage supply
via USB
via USB
via USB
Scope of supply (standard)
• USB camera with 1 lens
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table-top tripod
• PIF cable with connecting terminal strip (1 m)
• optris® PI Connect software package
• Aluminium case
•U
SB camera with 1 lens and
BI-SPECTRAL technology
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table-top tripod
• Focus tool
• PIF cable with connecting terminal strip (1 m)
• optris® PI Connect software package
• Aluminium case
• USB camera with 1 lens
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table-top tripod
• PIF cable with connecting terminal strip (1 m)
• optris® PI Connect software package
• Aluminium case (PI400)
• Robust hard shell case (PI 450)
Process
interface
(PIF)
* The additional range is not available for 72° HFOV lenses
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** For ideal combination of IR and VIS image, a 41° HFOV lens is recommended
(PI 200). For the PI 230, a 23° lens is recommended
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Optics calculator:
www.optris.com/optics-calculator
PI 450 G7
PI 640
PI 1M
IR
IR
IR
FPA, uncooled (25 μm x 25 μm)
FPA, uncooled (17 µm x 17 µm)
CMOS (15 μm x 15 μm)
382 x 288 pixels
640 x 480 pixels VGA
764 x 480 pixels @ 32 Hz
382 x 288 pixels @ 80 Hz (switchable to 27 Hz)
72 x 56 pixels @ 1 kHz
764 x 8 pixels @ 1 kHz (fast linescanning
mode)
7.9 μm
7.5 – 13 μm
0.85 – 1.1 μm
200 ... 1500 °C
–20 ... 100 °C, 0 ... 250 °C, 150 ... 900 °C
4501) ... 1800 °C (27 Hz mode)
5001) ... 1800 °C (80 Hz and 32 Hz mode)
6001) ... 1800 °C (1 kHz mode)
80 Hz / switchable to 27 Hz
32 Hz / 125 Hz in subframe-mode
(640x120 pixels)
Up to 1 kHz
29° x 22° / f = 18,7 mm or
38° x 29° / f = 15 mm or
53° x 40° / f = 10,5 mm or
62° x 49° / f = 8 mm or
80° x 56° / f = 7.7 mm
33° x 25° / f = 19 mm or
15° x 11° / f = 41.5 mm or
60° x 45° / f = 10 mm or
90° x 64° / f = 7.7 mm
FOV @ 764 x 480 px: FOV @ 382 x 288 px:
39° x 25° (f = 16 mm) 20° x 15° (f = 16 mm)
26° x 16° (f = 25 mm) 13° x 10° (f = 25 mm)
13° x 8° (f = 50 mm)
7° x 5° (f = 50 mm)
9° x 5° (f = 75 mm)
4° x 3° (f = 75 mm)
130 mK
75 mK
< 1 K (700 °C)
< 2 K (1000 °C)
–
–
–
±2 °C or ±2 %, whichever is greater
±2 °C or ±2 %, whichever is greater
±1 % of reading (object temperature <1400 °C)
USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE)
conversion
USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE)
conversion
USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE)
conversion
0 – 10 V input, digital input
(max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output
0 – 10 V input, digital input
(max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output
0 – 10 V input, digital input
(max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output
2 x 0 – 10 V inputs, digital input
(max. 24 V), 3 x 0 – 10 V outputs,
3 x relays (0 – 30 V / 400 mA), fail-safe relays
2 x 0 – 10 V inputs, digital input
(max. 24 V), 3 x 0 – 10 V outputs,
3 x relays (0 – 30 V/ 400 mA), fail-safe relays
2 x 0 – 10 V inputs, digital input
(max. 24 V), 3 x 0 – 10 V outputs,
3 x relays (0 – 30 V/ 400 mA), fail-safe relays
0 ... 70 °C
0 ... 50 °C
5 ... 50 °C
– 40 ... 85 °C
– 40 ... 70 °C
– 40 ... 70 °C
20 – 80 %, non-condensing
20 – 80 %, non-condensing
20 – 80 %, non-condensing
46 mm x 56 mm x 90 mm / IP 67 (NEMA 4)
46 mm x 56 mm x 90 mm / IP 67 (NEMA 4)
46 mm x 56 mm x 90 mm / IP 67 (NEMA 4)2)
320 g, incl. lens
320 g, incl. lens
320 g, incl. lens
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g und 50 g)
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-6 (sinus-shaped)/
IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g und 50 g)
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-6 (sinus-shaped)/
IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Shock: IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g und 50 g)
Vibration: IEC 60068-2-6 (sinus-shaped)/
IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
1/4 - 20 UNC
1/4 - 20 UNC
1/4 - 20 UNC
via USB
via USB
via USB
• USB camera with 1 lens
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table-top tripod
• PIF cable with connecting terminal strip (1 m)
• optris® PI Connect software package
• Robust hard shell case
• USB camera with 1 lens
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table-top tripod
• PIF cable with connecting terminal strip (1 m)
• optris® PI Connect software package
• Robust hard shell case
• USB camera with 1 lens
• Lens cap incl. protective window
• USB cable (1 m)
• Table-top tripod
• PIF cable with connecting terminal strip (1 m)
• optris® PI Connect software package
• Aluminium case
• Optional: CoolingJacket, high temp. cable
*** The following options can be set:
Option 1 (IR with 96 Hz at 160 x 120 px; VIS with 32 Hz at 640 x 480 px)
Option 2 (IR mit 128 Hz at 160 x 120 px; VIS with 32 Hz at 596 x 447 px)
1) +75
°C start temperature for optics with
focal length f= 50 mm, f= 75 mm
2) Only applies when lens protection tube is used
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optris® PI LightWeight
EXTRA LIGHT IR CAMERA WITH MINI PC
Radiometric aerial
thermography
• Full radiometric IR inspection with up to 640x480 pixels
• 380 g two-piece design: independent additional use of the IR camera with any
Windows PC or tablet PC
• Real-time
radiometric onboard recordings to USB 3.0 flash drive (32 Hz/ VGA or
125 Hz/ VGA sub-frame mode)
• GPS and GoPro support
• Extensive analysis software PI Connect included
• Remote recording control and switching between VIS/ IR live video
• Cost-free field updates of the Recording Box software
Specifications LightWeight Recording Box
Possible extension with GoPro Hero
camera, GPS USB flash drive and
2.4 GHz flight control receiver
Power supply
10-48 VDC
Power consumption
6W
Cooling
Active (integrated fan)
Operating temperature
0 ... 50 °C
Relative humidity
10-95%/ non-condensing
Dimensions
96 x 67 x 47 mm
Weight
380 g (PI camera + Recording Box)
Material (housing)
Aluminum
Module
Odroid XU4
Processor
Samsung Exynos/ 2 GHz
Operating system
Linux
Memory
32 GB eMMC, 2 GB RAM (LPDDR3), SDHC card (16 GB),
USB 3.0 flash drive (128 GB)
Connections
Ethernet (GigE/ 1000 Mbit/ s), 2x USB 3.0/ 1x USB 2.0, 1x Mini-USB for GoPro
Hero3+ (or better), 1x HDMI, 1x TVout, 2x JR connectors
Terminals
+5V DC out, Video IN (VIS camera), TVout, 2x external switches
Control (via JR connectors or terminal)
Start/ Stop recording, Switch VIS/ IR camera
Additional features
GPS support, 5 Status LEDs
Specifications
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optris®
PI camera head
Measuring range
–20 °C ... 900 °C
Spectral range
7.5 – 13 μm
Accuracy
± 2 % or ± 2 °C
Thermal sensitivity
(NETD)
40/ 80 mK (depending on camera model)
Optics
13°...90° HFOV
Resolution
640x480 px / 382x288 px
Dimensions
46 x 56 x 90 mm
Operating temperature
0...50/ 70 °C (PI 450)
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optris® PI NetBox
MINI PC FOR OPTRIS® PI SERIES
Stand-alone solution
for optris® PI series
• M
iniature PC as an add-on to the PI series for stand-alone system or for cable
extension via GigE
• Integrated hardware and software
watchdog
• C
onnections: 2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0,
1x Mini USB 2.0, Micro HDMI, Ethernet
(Gigabit Ethernet), Micro SDHC / SDXC
card
• Operating system:
Windows 7 Professional
• Installation of additional user software
possible
• W
ide supply voltage range (8 – 48 V DC)
or Power over Ethernet (PoE)
• S
tatus LEDs
• Processor: Intel® E3845 Quad Core / 1.91 GHz, 16 GB SSD, 2 GB RAM
• C
an be integrated with CoolingJacket
Advanced
General specifications
Operating temperature
0 °C – 50 °C
Storage temperature
–20 °C – 75 °C
Relative humidity
10 – 95 %, non-condensing
Material (casing)
Anodized aluminum
Dimensions
113 x 57 x 47 mm
Weight
385 g
Vibration
IEC 60068-2-6 (sine-shaped) / IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Shock
IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g and 50 g)
Operating system
Windows 7 Professional
Electrical specifications
Voltage supply
8 – 48 V DC or Power over Ethernet (PoE / 1000BASE-T)
Power consumption
7.5 W (+ additional 2.5 W for PI camera)
Cooling
Active via two integrated fans
Module
COM Express® mini embedded board
Processor
Intel® E3845 Quad Core, 1.91 GHz
Hard drive
16 GB SSD
RAM
2 GB (DDR2, 533 MHz)
Connections
2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0, 1x Mini USB 2.0, Micro HDMI,
Ethernet (Gigabit Ethernet)
Memory card slots
Micro SDHC / SDXC card
Additional features
4x Status LEDs
Stand-alone solution with GigE remote access
Analog OUT / IN
Digital IN
PI Process
Interface
Control monitor
8 – 48 V DC
HDMI
USB Keyboard / Mouse
PI Connect
Network
GigE
PC
Remote access / setup
13
optris® USB Server Gigabit
SIMPLE CABLE EXTENSION
Simple cable
extension for the
optris® PI series
• Two independent USB connections
• F
ully compatible with USB 2.0,
Data transfer rate 1.5 / 12 / 480 mbps,
• Power via PoE or external voltage
USB transfer mode: isochronous
supply at 24 – 48 V DC
• N
etwork connection via Gigabit
• Galvanic isolation 500 VRMS
Ethernet
(network connection)
• For all models in the optris® PI series
• Remote configuration via web-based
management
• F
ull TCP/IP support incl. routing
and DNS
• Certified technology from
Wiesemann & Theis
Technical data
USB connections
2 x USB A Port
USB speed
480 Mbit/s
Network
10/100/1000 BaseT (max. 1000 Mbit/s)
Power supply
Power over Ethernet (PoE) class 3 (6.49 – 12.95 W) or
via screw terminal DC 24 V ... 48 V (+/–10 %)
Power consumption
External power supply (24 V DC) without USB devices: typ. 120 m A
External power supply (24 V DC) with 2 USB devices each 2.5 W : typ. 420 mA
Ambient temperature
Storage: – 40 ... 85 °C
In operation, individually assembled: 0 ... 50 °C
Permissible relative
humidity
0 – 95 % (non-condensing)
Casing
Compact plastic casing for DIN rail mount, 105 x 75 x 22 mm
Weight
200 g
Contents
• 1 x USB-Server Gigabit
• 24 V DC wall plug transformer
• Quick guide*
* included on PI Connect CD or Compact Connect CD:
– USB-Redirector
– WuTility Management Tool
– Operating instructions (DE / EN)
Protocols
USB protocols
USB 1.0 / 1.1 / 2.0 Control / Bulk / Interrupt / Isochronous
Protocols for direct
network connection
TCP/IP: Socket
Auxiliary protocols: ARP, DHCP, HTTP, PING Inventory keeping,
group management
Connection options
Network / Internet
24 – 48 V DC or
Power over Ethernet
PoE
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PC
PI Connect /
CompactConnect
innovative infrared technology
optris® CoolingJacket
UNIVERSAL PROTECTIVE HOUSING FOR
COOLING UP TO 315 °C
• O
peration at ambient temperatures
of up to 315 °C
• T
rouble-free, on the spot sensor
removal via quick-release chassis
• A
lso available as protective casing
with cooling function up to 180° C
• Integration of additional components
like PI NetBox, USB server gigabit
and Industrial Process Interface (PIF)
in the extended version
• A
ir/Water cooling with integrated
air purging and optional protective
windows
• M
odular design for easy fitting of
different devices and lenses
Technical
data
CoolingJacket
CoolingJacket
Advanced Standard
CoolingJacket
Advanced Extended
Protective rating
IP 52
IP 65
IP 65
Ambient
temperature
up to 180 °C
up to 315 °C1)
up to 315 °C1)
Relative
humidity
10 ... 95 %,
non-condensing
10 ... 95 %,
non-condensing
10 ... 95 %,
non-condensing
Material (casing)
V2A
V2A
V2A
Dimensions
237 mm x 117 mm x 138 mm
271 mm x 166 mm x 182
mm
426 mm x 166 mm x 182
mm
Weight
4.5 kg
5.7 kg
7.8 kg
Air purge collar
G1/4″ internal thread
G3/8″ external thread
G1/4″ internal thread
G3/8″ external thread
G1/4″ internal thread
G3/8″ external thread
Cooling water
fittings
G1/4″ internal thread
G3/8″ external thread
G1/4″ internal thread
G3/8″ external thread
G1/4″ internal thread
G3/8″ external thread
Cooling water
pressure
max. 15 bar (217 psi)
max. 15 bar (217 psi)
max. 15 bar (217 psi)
Contents
• CoolingJacket, consisting
of housing and chassis
• CoolingJacket Advanced,
consisting of housing
with mounting brackets,
chassis and focusing unit
respectively front part2)
• Installation instructions
• CoolingJacket Advanced,
consisting of housing
with mounting brackets,
chassis and focusing unit
respectively front part2)
• Mounting accessories for
– PI Netbox or
USB Server Gigabit
– Industrial PIF
• Installation instructions
1)
Cable for up to 250 °C ambient temperature as well as cable cooling for up to 315 °C available.
2)
Focusing unit and front part are exchangeable and have to be ordered seperately.
Dimensions in mm
CoolingJacket
CoolingJacket Advanced – Standard version
166
142
166
142
CoolingJacket Advanced – Extended version
approx. 426
approx. 271
138
114
Ø 88.90
Universal
protection for the
optris® PI series
under harsh
industrial
environments
R5
229
15
optris® Industrial Process Interface
WITH FAIL-SAFE MONITORING
Camera and
process control
for use in an
industrial
environment
• Industrial Process Interface with
3 analog / alarm outputs, 2 analog
inputs, 1 digital input, 3 alarm relays
• 5
00 V ACRMS isolation voltage
between camera and process
• T
he PI hardware with all cable
connections and the PI Connect
software are permanently monitored
during operation
• S
eparate fail-safe relay output
General specifications
Protective rating
IP65 (NEMA-4)
Ambient temperature
–30 °C ... 85 °C
Storage temperature
–30 °C ... 85 °C
Humidity
10 – 95 %
Vibrational stability
IEC 60068-2-6 (non condensing)/ IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)
Shock stability
IEC 60068-2-27 (25 g and 50 g)
Weight
610 g (with 5 m cable)
Cable lengths
5 m HT cable (standard), optional 10 m and 20 m
Electrical specifications
Voltage supply
5 – 24 V DC
LED indicators
2 green LEDs for voltage and fail safe / 3 red LEDs for alarm relay status
Isolation
500 V ACRMS between PI camera und process
Outputs
3 analog / alarm outputs
3 alarm relays1)
Inputs
2 analog inputs
1 digital input
Ranges
0 – 10 V (for AO 1 – 3)2)
0 – 30 V / 400 mA (for alarm relays DO1 – 3)
0 – 10 V (for AI 1 – 2)
24 V (for DI)
Programmable functions
Analog inputs
• Emissivity setting
• Ambient temperature compensation
• Reference temperature
•U
ncommitted value
•F
lag control
• Triggered snapshots, triggered recordings, triggered line scan camera
Digital input
• Flag control
• Triggered snapshots, triggered recordings, triggered line scan camera
Analog outputs
• Main measurement range
• Measurement range
• Internal temperature
•F
lag status
1)
2)
16
active when AO1, 2 or 3 is / are programmed as alarm output
dependent on supply voltage
• Alarm
•F
rame sync.
• Fail-Safe
•E
xternal communication
innovative infrared technology
Example of fail-safe monitoring of the PI camera with connected PLC
5 – 24 V DC
PIF terminal box for convenient
connection of process cables
PLC
[1]
[2]
FS
Vcc
R
Digital IN
open [1–5]
Low = OK
High = FS
[3]
PC
PI Connect
[4]
[6]
Fail-safe monitoring states
[1]Loss of PIF power supply
[2]
[5]
Cable break in fail-safe cable
[3]Interruption of PI-PIF
connector cable
[4]
[5]Loss of PI power supply/
Interruption of USB cable
Fail-Safe-Status:
Normal:
Alarm:
Relais closed
Relais open
PI camera malfunction
LED on
LED off
[6]Loss of PI power supply/
Interruption of USB cable
Overview of programmable functions
17
optris® PI Connect
SOFTWARE
1
Comprehensive
IR camera software
• N
o additional costs
• N
o licensing restrictions
• M
odern software with intuitive user interface
• R
emote control of camera via software
• D
isplay of numerous images in different windows
• C
ompatible with Windows 7 and 8 as well as
Linux (ubuntu)
• Includes license-free analysis
software and full SDK
3
High degree of individualization
for customer-specific imaging
• V
arious layout options for
individual customization
(window arrangement, toolbar)
• Temperature display in °C or °F
• V
arious language options including
translate function
• C
hoice of individual measurement parameters
tailored to the respective application
• Editing of the thermal image (flip, rotate)
• Individual start options (full screen, hidden etc.)
5
Video recording and
snapshot function
(IR or BI-SPECTRAL)
• R
ecording of video sequences and individual
images for later analysis or documentation
• B
I-SPECTRAL video analysis (IR and VIS) to
highlight critical temperatures
• Adjustable frame rate to reduce data volume
• D
isplay of snapshot process for direct analysis
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innovative infrared technology
2
Detailed online and
offline data analysis
• Real time temperature information in main
window, as digital display or graphic display
• Detailed analysis with the help of measurement
fields, automatic hotspot and coldspot search
• Logical linking of temperature information
(measurement field discrepancy, image
subtraction)
• S
low-motion replay of radiometric datasets and
analysis even without connected camera
• Editing of sequences, e.g. cut and save individual images
• Various colour palettes to highlight thermal contrasts
4
Automatic process
control and quality control
• Individual setting of alarm thresholds
depending on the process
• B
I-SPECTRAL monitoring mode
(IR and VIS) for easy orientation at the
measuring point
• D
efinition of visual or acoustic alarms and
analog data output
• Analog and digital signal input (parameter)
• E
xternal communication of software via Comports, DLL
• Adjustment of thermal image via reference values
6
Temperature data analysis
and documentation
• Triggered data gathering
• Radiometric video sequences (*.ravi)
• Radiometric snapshots (*.tiff)
• T
ext files including comprehensive temperature
information for analysis in Excel (*.csv, *.dat)
• F
iles with colour information for standard programs like
Photoshop or Windows Media Player (*.avi, *.tiff)
• Data transfer in real time to other software programs via DLL
or COM-Port interfaces
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optris® PI Connect
LINE SCAN CAMERA SOFTWARE MODE
For the
measurement
of moving
objects
The optris® PI Connect software is
equipped with a line scan camera
function. The line scanner is primarily
used for processes involving moving
measurement objects, like rotary kiln
measurements or large quantities on
conveyor belts (batch process).
Example of usage:
rotary kiln in the chemical industry
The advantages
Simple monitoring of processes
with limited visual access
IR camera
Heating zone
Cooling zone
Indirect visualization
of heat distribution in
ovens via camera
installation at oven exit
Product
200 pixels
Step 1
Activation of the line scan
camera function (continuous,
self-triggered, external
trigger) and definition of the
position of the lines in the
thermal image. For this the
camera itself serves as an
orientation aid.
Step 2
Configuration of line scan
function, e.g. number of lines
displayed or set trigger for
automatic saving of images.
Reference pyrometer
160 pixels
Only 3 steps
to initialize
the function
Increase in the number
of pixels, e.g. from
160 pixels to 200 pixels
by using diagonal screen
measurement
Step 3
Definition of individual layouts,
e.g. display of saved images
in the snapshot process.
Lines have FOV of up to 100° for
detailed process analysis, e.g on wide
conveyor belts
100°
any number of lines
200 pixels
Up to 128 Hz data recording
of unlimited lines which in turn
produce a thermal image of any
given resolution
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Layout example for display of line scan
camera function
innovative infrared technology
Optical data
OPTICS
Precise measuring
at various distances
HFOV
Horizontal expansion of the total measuring
field on the object plane.
A choice of lenses allows you to
precisely measure objects at various
distances, from close and standard
distances right up to large distances.
VFOV
With infrared cameras there are
various parameters which display
the relationship between the distance
from the measuring object and the
size of the pixel on the object plane.
In choosing the correct lens, the
following should be taken into
account:
Size of individual pixels on the object plane
Vertical expansion of the total measuring field
on the object plane
IFOV
DFOV
Diagonal expansion of the total measuring field
on the object plane
MFOV
Recommended, smallest measuring object size
of 3 x 3 pixels
Measuring field of optris® PI
infrared camera using a 23° x 17° lens
IFOV
10 mm
0.81 m
m
4m
0.5
5 mm
DF
OV
VFOV
2.0
4m 2m
1.20 m
0.2 m
1.26 mm
H
FOV
1.61
m
Optics calculator
Measurement field sizes
for any given distance can
be calculated online at
www.optris.com/optics-calculator
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Optical data
O6
Telephoto lens
O48
Wide angle lens
O72
Wide angle lens
PI 400/450/G7
382 x 288 px
O 29
Standard lens
O38
Standard lens
O13
Telephoto lens
O 53
Wide angle lens
O62
Wide angle lens
O80
Super wide angle
lens
22
10
35.5
5.7
3.3
18,7
Minimum
measurement
distance*
Angle
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
1
2
4
6
10
30
100
HFOV [m]
0.012
0.043
0.08
0.12
0.21
0.41
0.81
1.62
2.44
4.1
12.2
40.6
17°
VFOV [m]
0.009
0.032
0.06
0.09
0.15
0.30
0.60
1.21
1.81
3.0
9.0
30.1
29°
DFOV [m]
0.015
0.054
0.10
0.16
0.26
0.51
1.01
2.02
3.03
5.1
15.2
50.5
2.48 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.8
1.3
2.5
5.0
9.9
14.9
24.8
74.4
248.0
23°
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
0.06
0.11
0.23
0.45
0.68
1.1
3.4
11.3
5°
VFOV [m]
0.04
0.09
0.17
0.34
0.51
0.8
2.5
8.5
8°
DFOV [m]
0.07
0.14
0.28
0.57
0.85
1.4
4.2
14.2
0.70 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.4
0.7
1.4
2.8
4.2
7.0
21.1
70.4
0.5 m
6°
41
10,5
11
7,7
0.23
0.38
0.76
1.51
3.00
4.50
7.5
22.5
74.9
0.059
0.11
0.17
0.28
0.55
1.10
2.19
3.28
5.5
16.4
54.5
0.101
0.19
0.29
0.47
0.94
1.86
3.72
5.57
9.3
27.8
92.7
0.1
0.4
0.9
1.3
2.2
4.4
8.8
17.5
26.3
43.9
131.6
438.6
0.022
0.082
31°
VFOV [m]
0.016
51°
DFOV [m]
0.027
4.39 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
0.039
0.152
0.29
0.43
0.72
1.42
2.84
5.66
8.49
14.1
42.4
141.4
52°
VFOV [m]
0.027
0.106
0.20
0.30
0.50
0.99
1.98
3.95
5.92
9.9
29.6
98.6
89°
DFOV [m]
0.048
0.186
0.36
0.53
0.87
1.74
3.46
6.91
10.35
17.2
51.7
172.3
7,51 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.8
1.5
2.3
3.8
7.5
15.0
30.0
45.0
75.1
225.2
750.8
72°
29°
0.2 m
0,2 m
22°
15
0.16
HFOV [m]
41°
Distance to measurement object [m]
Minimum
measurement
distance*
O23
Standard lens
Distance to measurement object [m]
0.02
Angle
160 x 120 px
Focal length
[mm]
PI 160 / 200
Focal length
[mm]
OPTICS
0.02
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
1
2
4
6
10
30
100
HFOV [m]
0.060
0.11
0.16
0.27
0.53
1.0
2.1
3.1
5.2
15.6
52.1
VFOV [m]
0.045
0.08
0.12
0.20
0.40
0.78
1.6
2.3
3.9
11.7
39.0
0.074
0.14
0.20
0.33
0.66
1.3
2.6
3.9
6.5
19.5
65.1
0.1
0.3
0.4
0.7
1.3
2.7
5.4
8.0
13.4
40.1
133.7
0.15
0.21
0.35
0.70
1.39
2.76
4.14
6.9
20.7
68.9
37°
DFOV [m]
1,34 mrad
IFOV [mm]
HFOV [m]
0.024
0.079
29°
VFOV [m]
0.018
0.060
0.11
0.16
0.26
0.52
1.04
2.07
3.11
5.2
15.5
51.7
48°
DFOV [m]
0.030
0.099
0.18
0.27
0.44
0.87
1.73
3.46
5.18
8.6
25.9
86.2
1.67 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.1
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.9
1.7
3.4
6.7
10.0
16.7
50.0
166.7
38°
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
0.12
0.23
0.47
0.94
1.40
2.3
7.0
23.4
10°
VFOV [m]
0.09
0.17
0.35
0.70
1.05
1.7
5.2
17.5
17°
DFOV [m]
0.15
0.29
0.58
1.17
1.75
2.9
8.8
29.2
0.61 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.5
3.7
6.1
18.4
61.2
13°
0.5 m
HFOV [m]
0.11
0.21
0.31
0.51
1.0
2.0
4.0
6.0
9.9
29.7
99.0
40°
VFOV [m]
0.08
0.15
0.23
0.37
0.73
1.4
2.9
4.3
7.2
21.6
71.9
66°
DFOV [m]
0.14
0.26
0.38
0.63
1.2
2.5
4.9
7.4
12.2
36.7
122.3
2,38 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.5
0.7
1.2
2.4
4.8
9.5
14.3
23.8
71.5
238.4
53°
0,2 m
HFOV [m]
0.040
0.136
0.26
0.38
0.62
1.22
2.42
4.83
7.23
12.0
36.1
120.3
49°
VFOV [m]
0.030
0.103
0.19
0.28
0.47
0.92
1.83
3.65
5.47
9.1
27.3
90.9
79°
DFOV [m]
0.050
0.170
0.32
0.47
0.77
1.53
3.03
6.05
9.06
15.1
45.2
150.8
2.27 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.1
0.2
0.5
0.7
1.2
2.29
4.6
9.1
13.7
22.7
68.2
227.3
0.182
0.35
0.84
0.84
1.65
3.29
6.55
9.82
16.4
49.0
163.4
62°
80°
0.5 m
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
56°
VFOV [m]
0.119
0.23
0.55
0.54
1.08
2.14
4.28
6.41
10.7
32.0
106.6
97°
DFOV [m]
0.218
0.41
1.00
1.00
1.97
3.92
7.83
11.73
19.5
58.5
195.1
3.25 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.3
0.7
1.6
1.6
3.3
6.5
13.0
19.5
32.5
97.4
324.7
O15
Tele lens
O60
Wide angle lens
41,5
10.5
7.7
382 x 288 px
Focal length
[mm]
O90
Super wide
angle lens
18.7
OF16
16
PI 1M
OF25
OF50
OF75
25
50
75
Minimum
measurement
distance*
Distance to measurement object [m]
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
1
2
4
6
10
30
100
HFOV [m]
0.068
0.13
0.19
0.31
0.60
1.20
2.38
3.57
5.9
17.8
59.3
25°
VFOV [m]
0.051
0.09
0.14
0.23
0.45
0.89
1.77
2.65
4.4
13.2
44.2
41°
DFOV [m]
0.085
0.16
0.23
0.38
0.75
1.49
2.97
4.45
7.4
22.2
74.0
0.91 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.9
1.8
3.6
5.5
9.1
27.3
90.9
33°
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
0.13
0.26
0.52
1.05
1.57
2.6
7.8
26.1
11°
VFOV [m]
0.10
0.20
0.39
0.79
1.18
2.0
5.9
19.6
19°
DFOV [m]
0.17
0.33
0.66
1.31
1.96
3.3
9.8
32.7
0,41 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.6
2.5
4.1
12.3
41.0
15°
0,5 m
HFOV [m]
0.128
0.25
0.36
0.59
1.17
2.32
4.63
6.94
11.6
34.6
115.4
45°
VFOV [m]
0.091
0.18
0.26
0.42
0.83
1.66
3.31
4.96
8.3
24.7
82.4
75°
DFOV [m]
0.157
0.30
0.44
0.72
1.43
2.85
5.69
8.52
14.2
42.6
141.8
1.62 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.8
1.6
3.2
6.5
9.7
16.2
48.6
161.9
60°
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
0.220
0.43
0.63
1.03
2.03
4.04
8.06
12.07
20.1
60.3
200.8
64°
VFOV [m]
0.138
0.27
0.39
0.64
1.27
2.53
5.05
7.57
12.6
37.8
125.9
111°
DFOV [m]
0.260
0.50
0.73
1.21
2.39
4.76
9.50
14.24
23.7
71.1
237.0
2.21 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.4
0.7
1.1
2.2
4.4
8.8
13.2
22.1
66.2
220.8
90°
0.2 m
Minimum
measurement
distance*
O33
Standard lens
Angle
640 x 480 px
Angle
PI 640
Focal length
[mm]
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Distance to measurement object [m]
0.2
0.3
0.5
1
2
4
6
10
30
100
HFOV [m]
0.07
0.11
0.18
0.36
0.72
1.43
2.15
3.6
10.7
35.8
15°
VFOV [m]
0.05
0.08
0.14
0.27
0.54
1.08
1.62
2.7
8.1
27.0
25°
DFOV [m]
0.09
0.13
0.22
0.45
0.90
1.79
2.69
4.5
13.5
44.9
0.94 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.9
1.9
3.8
5.6
9.4
28.1
93.8
20°
0.2 m
0.1
HFOV [m]
0.023
0.05
0.07
0.11
0.23
0.46
0.92
1.38
2.3
6.9
22.9
10°
VFOV [m]
0.017
0.03
0.05
0.09
0.17
0.35
0.69
1.04
1.7
5.2
17.3
16°
DFOV [m]
0.029
0.06
0.09
0.14
0.29
0.57
1.15
1.72
2.9
8.6
28.7
0.60 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.4
3.6
6.0
18.0
60.0
HFOV [m]
0.06
0.11
0.23
0.46
0.69
1.1
3.4
11.5
5°
VFOV [m]
0.04
0.09
0.17
0.35
0.52
0.9
2.6
8.6
8°
DFOV [m]
0.07
0.14
0.29
0.57
0.86
1.4
4.3
14.4
0.30 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.3
0.6
1.2
1.8
3.0
9.0
30.0
HFOV [m]
0.08
0.15
0.31
0.46
0.8
2.3
7.6
3°
VFOV [m]
0.06
0.12
0.23
0.35
0.6
1.7
5.8
5°
DFOV [m]
0.10
0.19
0.38
0.57
1.0
2.9
9.6
0.20 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.2
2,0
6.0
20.0
13°
7°
4°
0.5 m
1.5 m
2.0 m
Table with examples showing which measurement field sizes and pixel sizes will be reached at which distance. For optimal configuration of the camera there are various
lenses available. Wide angle lenses have radial distortion due to the angle of their aperture. The PI Connect software has an algorithm which corrects this distortion.
* Please note: The measurement accuracy of the camera may lie outside of the specifications for distances below the defined minimum measurement distance.
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Optical data
OF16
16
OF25
OF50
Specifications are subject to change without notice · Infrared cameras-BR-E2016-08-A
OF75
25
50
75
Distance to measurement object [m]
Minimum
measurement
distance*
764 x 480 px
Focal length
[mm]
PI 1M
in VGA
resolution
Angle
OPTICS
0,1
0,2
0,3
0,5
1
2
4
6
10
30
100
HFOV [m]
0.14
0.21
0.36
0.72
1.43
2.87
4.30
7.2
21.5
71.6
25°
VFOV [m]
0.09
0.14
0.23
0.45
0.90
1.80
2.70
4.5
13.5
45.0
46°
DFOV [m]
0.17
0.25
0.42
0.85
1.69
3.38
5.08
8.5
25.4
84.6
0.94 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.3
0.5
0.9
1.9
3.8
5.6
9.4
28.1
93.8
13.8
45.8
39°
0.2 m
HFOV [m]
0.046
0.09
0.14
0.23
0.46
0.92
1.83
2.75
4.6
16°
VFOV [m]
0.029
0.06
0.09
0.14
0.29
0.58
1.15
1.73
2.9
8.6
28.8
30°
DFOV [m]
0.054
0.11
0.16
0.27
0.54
1.08
2.17
3.25
5.4
16.2
54.1
0.60 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.6
1.2
2.4
3.6
6.0
18.0
60.0
HFOV [m]
0.11
0.23
0.46
0.92
1.38
2.3
6.9
22.9
8°
VFOV [m]
0.07
0.14
0.29
0.58
0.86
1.4
4.3
14.4
15°
DFOV [m]
0.14
0.27
0.54
1.08
1.62
2.7
8.1
27.1
0,30 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.3
0.6
1.2
1.8
3.0
9.0
30.0
26°
13°
0.5 m
1.5 m
HFOV [m]
0.15
0.31
0.61
0.92
1.5
4.6
15.3
5°
VFOV [m]
0.10
0.19
0.38
0.58
1.0
2.9
9.6
10°
DFOV [m]
0.18
0.36
0.72
1.08
1.8
5.4
18.0
0.20 mrad
IFOV [mm]
0.2
0.4
0.8
1.2
2.0
6.0
20.0
9°
2,0 m
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