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Optris PI450

The optris PI450 infrared camera is not only the smallest of its class, it is also capable of capturing and recording thermal imagery at full resolution usi

ng a high measuring rate of 80 Hz.The camera displays and stores thermal images with high resolution (382 x 288 px) at full frame rate of 80 Hz (80 images per second)

Extensive license-free analysissoftware with intuitive user interface allow you to analyse and export your data in various outputs:

  • Radiometric video sequences (.ravi

  • Radiometric snapshots (.jpg,.tiff)

  • Text files including complete temperature information for analysis in Excel (.csv, .dat)

  • Data with color information for standard programs such as Photoshop or Windows Media Player (.avi, .jpg, .tiff)

Technical Information

  • Radiometric recording of video imagery from the air
  • Temperature range: -20°C to 900°C
  • Spectral range: 7,5 bis 13 µm
  • Optical resolution: 382 x 288 pixels
  • Frame rate 80 Hz
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