Additional lenses for VGA IR camera
02 July 2015
First camera package with 90° lens for under €7,000
The optris® PI 640 thermal imaging camera launched onto the market in 2014 is now available with two additional changeable lenses. Three lenses with 33°, 60° and 90° fields of view are now available for different measuring tasks and customer requirements. “With this offer, we are launching the first VGA thermal imaging camera with a 90° lens for under 7,000 euros”, explains Torsten Czech, Product Marketing Manager at Optris. The price includes both calibration and open source software.
An even wider range of applications for the high-resolution thermal imaging camera
The optris® PI 640 is used in different industries all around the world. “Many applications offer very little space between the measured object and the thermal imaging camera. This is where our customers require greater flexibility”, explains Thomas Ullrich, Sales Director Middle & Eastern Europe at Optris regarding the further development. The proprietary software also enables the use of the thermal imaging camera as a line scanner, allowing it to reach a scanning angle (field of view, FOV) of up to 120°.
Developed, manufactured and calibrated in Germany
The lenses were designed and developed in Germany. The different components, including the germanium lenses typically used in the longwave infrared range (LWIR) are manufactured or assembled at the company headquarters in Berlin, where each respective lens is calibrated for the thermal imaging camera. The optris® PI 640 incl. one lens costs 6,800 euros. The open source software is included free of charge with the delivery. The cost of adding another lens to a thermal imaging camera incl. calibration is 1,350 euros.
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