PI05M -Optris

Compact infrared camera for molten metal, 900 °C to 2450 °C

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The spectral range of 500 to 540 nm of the newly developed thermal imager optris PI 05M decreases measurement errors resulting from unknown or changing emissivities. Due to the spectral range as well as the continous measurement range from 900 to 2450 °C, the compact infrared camera is perfectly suited for temperature measurements of molten metals.

The frame rate of 1 kHz as well as the high optical resolution enable an optimal adaption to the respective application.

Technical specifications

Spectral range: 500 ... 540 nm

Optical resolution (switchable)/ Frame rate:

764 x 480 pixels @ 32 Hz

382 x 288 pixels @ 80 Hz (swichable to 27 Hz)

72 x 56 pixels @ 1 kHz

764 x 8 pixels @ 1 kHz (fast linescanning mode)

Temperature ranges:

900 ... 2450 °C (27 Hz mode)

950 ... 2450 °C (80 Hz and 32 Hz mode)

1100 ... 2450 °C (1 kHz mode)

Optics:FOV @ 382 x 288 px: 13° x 10° (f = 25 mm), FOV @ 764 x 480 px: 26° x 16° (f = 25 mm)

Thermal sensitivity (NETD)1): < 2 K (< 1400 °C), < 4 K (< 2100 °C)

System accuracy (at ambient temperature 23 ± 5°C) 2):

For object temperature < 2000 °C: ±1 % of reading for 27/32/80 Hz ±1,5 % of reading for 1 kHz

For object temperature > 2000 °C: ±2 % of reading for 27/32/80 Hz ±2,5 % of reading for 1 kHz

PC interface: USB 2.0 / optional USB to GigE (PoE) conversion

High speed analog output (@ 1 kHz mode):

0 – 10 V real-time output of 8x8 pixels (1 ms response time)

Standard Process interface (PIF):

0 – 10 V input, digital input (max. 24 V), 0 – 10 V output

Industrial PIF:

2x 0 – 10 V input, digital input (max. 24 V),

3x 0/4-20 mA output, 3x relay (0 – 30 V/ 400 mA), fail-safe relay

Ambient temperature (TAmb): 5 ... 50 °C

CheckOptional with calibration

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