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.
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:
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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