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Miniature infrared camera performs thermo imaging in VGA resolution

October 012015
Miniature infrared camera performs thermo imaging in VGA resolution

The world's smallest VGA infrared camera, the thermoIMAGER TIM 640, extends the Micro-Epsilon range of industrial infrared cameras. The thermoIMAGER TIM 640 performs radiometric imaging and video recording at a resolution of 640x480 pixels, detecting even the smallest of thermal defects reliably.

Ideal automation components are small, powerful, and easy to integrate. Micro-Epsilon offers its new miniature high-resolution infrared camera, the thermoIMAGER TIM 640. With dimensions of 46x56x90mm and weighing just 320g, the thermoIMAGER TIM 640 stands out due to its high optical resolution at an image frequency of 32Hz. A process interface with analogue and digital I/O simplifies process integration. The scope of supply includes the TIM Connect evaluation software. The temperature range is from -20°C to +900°C, the thermal sensitivity is 75 mK.

Outstanding features such as high resolution, compactness, and user-friendly integration make the VGA infrared camera, the thermoIMAGER TIM 640, suitable for applications in quality control, process monitoring and analysing electronic micro-components in almost every industrial sector. Industry-specific software enables the monitoring of very small components during production (inline thermography), especially in plastics injection moulding processes.

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