- VarioCAM® HDx 625 incl. standard lens
- + IRBIS® 3 report or FORNAX 2
Your InfraTec expert package for asset inspections
- Microbolometer detector with (640 × 480) IR pixels, up to (1,280 × 960) IR pixels with DRE function
- Integrated, light-sensitive 8 MP digital camera, image merging
- High-resolution 5.6" colour TFT display with (1,280 × 800) pixels
- Compact light metal housing, intuitive single-hand operation and numerous automatic functions guarantee excellent handling
- Special software IRBIS® 3 report for an efficient creation of professional reports
- Individual creation of templates
- Automatic processing of data quantities
Quadrupling the image format to depict thermally the measurement object without gap
High resolution thermal images for temperature measurement
Precise detection of smallest temperature differences
Detailed documentation of the measurement scenario with high-contrasted visual digital recordings
High-resolution 5.6" TFT Display
Representation of the images in native resolution; 170° rotatable and 280° revolvable, daylight suited
High-precision Calibration of Infrared Cameras Enables for High Accuracy of Measurements
The infrared camera VarioCAM® High Definition is calibrated using special algorithms. The specially developed calibration algorithm, with more than just a few calibration curves, is used for compensation of temperature fluctuations. Therefore, highest measuring accuracy and repeatability even at changing environmental temperatures is ensured. The exceptional high measuring accuracy can be reached across a wide temperature range.
Detection of Minor Defects through High Thermal Resolution
The thermal resolution describes the process to dissolve slightest temperature differences and thus, can display this measurement value. The infrared cameras of the VarioCAM® HD series have a high thermal resolution of up to 0.02 K that helps to display even slightest temperature differences with accuracy. In combination with the high-performance lenses this helps to detect critical faults at an early stage and display these in excellent quality.
|Spectral range||(7.5 … 14) µm|
|Detector||Uncooled Microbolometer Focal Plane Array|
|Detector format (IR pixels)||(640 × 480)|
|Image format with opto-mechanical MicroScan (IR pixels)||(1,280 × 960)|
|Temperature measuring range||(-40 … 600) °C, up to 1,700 °C*|
|Measurement accuracy||± 2 °C or ± 2 %|
|Temperature resolution @ 30 °C||Up to 0.03 K|
|Frame rate||Full-frame: 30 Hz (640 × 480), sub-frame: 60 Hz (384 × 288)|
|Storage media||SDHC Card, external control computer for camera control and data acquisition*|
|Image storage||16 bit single frames or video streaming in MPEG format|
|Depending on model|
Field of View Calculator
Check the geometrical resolution of our infrared cameras for your application.
Each measurement or testing task has its own characteristic basic conditions. For getting optimal results camera, detector and lens have to be perfectly matched to one another. The field of view calculator helps you to determine the appropriate combination.
Fast and Detailed Analysis Using the Integrated IRBIS® 3 Software Package
The efficiency of an infrared camera significantly depends on its data analysis software. As a standard, the thermography software package IRBIS® 3 is included in each camera delivery. This software gives a fast, precise and detailed evaluation of obtained thermograms and sequences. With this, and the copy & paste function in all WINDOWS programmes a good basis is provided for comprehensive development work.