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Optris PI450

The Optris PI450 thermal camera is not only the smallest radiometric camera in its class, it is also capable of capturing and recording thermal imagery at full resolution using a high frame rate of 80 Hz.

It is also possible to capture single images at a rate one per 2 seconds.

Sensor Details

Temperature range: -20°C to 900°C
Spectral range: 7,5 bis 13 µm
Optical resolution: 382 x 288px
Frame rate 80 Hz

This is a fully radiometric camera, meaning that it not only produces a typical thermal picture, but also that each pixel from each image has an exact temperature associated with it. Therefore exact temperatures can be measured from -20 to 900 degC in accuracies of a fraction of a degree celcius.

The camera displays and stores thermal images in an onboard storage device (the Netbox) at a resolution of 382 x 288 px and at a frame rate of 80 Hz (80 images per second).

Extensive license-free analysis software with intuitive user interface allows 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)

This sensor can be mounted in one of our UAVs as a fixed, single axis or double-axis gimbal.

The sensors and gimbals can only be purchased as part of a QuestUAV system or part of a Q- Pod package.

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