High Resolution Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera with outstanding 1280×960 Resolution using Avio SR Technology for Temperature Measurements from -40 to 2000 °C!
Available InfReC R500Pro Models
Models available by a temperature measurement range, temperature sensitivity, frame rate and applications.
|30Hz||R500Pro||Full featured for R&D model; Suitable for use in R&D, for making high temperature measurements, and for measuring sequential data. Measuring Range: -40 to 2000°C|
|7.5Hz||R500Pro-D||Full featured for R&D model; Suitable for use in R&D, for making high temperature measurements, and for measuring sequential data. Measuring Range: -40 to 2000°C|
1.2 Megapixels Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera
Unrivaled High Resolution Images expand temperature measuring field of non-contact temperature measurement.
- Super Resolution Mode (1280 x 960 pixel) Spatial Resolution: equivalent to 0.58mrad *2
- Standard Mode (640 x 480 pixel) Spatial Resolution: 0.87 mrad
High Sensitivity, High Quality
Appropriate to Evaluation with accuracy and Non-Destructive Inspection for catching slight difference of temperature.
- Sensitivity (NETD) : 0.03 °C at 30 °C *3
- Temperature accuracy ： ±1 °C *4
Shoot Close-up 58um Images with Standard Lens
Very small objects can be measured and recorded with the combination of the R500's 10cm minimum focal distance standard lens and Avio's built-in "Multi-Frame Super Resolution Processing" function without the need of an optional lens.
- Minimum Spatial Resolution : equivalent to 58μm *2 <in Super Resolution(SR) Mode>
A Wide Viewing Angle Lens increases Working Efficiency
The standard wide viewing angle lens captures large area images when working in limited space and improves overall shooting efficiency.
- Field of view (F.O.V.) : 32 °(H) x 24 °(V)
|Configurations||MCS640/I5 Filter (780 to 1080 nm)
MCS640/I1 Filter (850 nm)
MCS640/V Filter (650 nm)
MCS640/I4 Filter (750 nm)
MCS640/I8 Filter (1080 nm)
|Standard Temp.Ranges||600 to 1600 °C (MB16) or 800 to 3000 °C (MB30) in up to 4 sub-ranges|
|Sub Ranges||MB16: 600 to 850, 700 to 1000, 850 to 1250, 1100 to 1600
MB30: 800 to 1150,1000 to 1500, 1350 to 2050, 1900 to 3000
|Sensitivity / NETD||1° at 600 °C|
|IR Detector||640 x 480 pixels; Silicon|
|Image Update Rate||60 Hz (fps; frames per second)|
|Emissivity||10.0 to 100.0% adjustable via interface in steps of 0.1% (for full frame camera picture)|
|Transmittance||10 to 100 % (in application software)|
|Uncertainty (Accuracy)||+/- 0.5% of reading in °K|
|Repeatability||0.1% of measured value in °K + 1°K|
|Protection Class||IP65 (IEC 60529); NEMA 4|
|Shock Resilience||30G (IEC60068-2-29/JIS C 0042)|
|Vibration Resilience||3G (IEC60068-2-6/JIS C 0040)|
|Power Supply/Consumption||24V DC, 1A|
|Power Consumption||10W Typical, 13W Max|
|Digital Interface||Gigabit Ethernet (1000 MBit/s)|
|Connector||12 pin power connector; RJ45 Ethernet connector|
|Isolation||Power supply and digital interface are galvanically isolated from each other|
|Typical Weight||3.0kg (6.6 lbs) (depends on final lens configuration)|
|Ambient Temperature||0 to 50 °C|
|Storage Temperature||-40 to 70 °C|
|Relative Humidity||Non condensing conditions|
|CE-label||According to EU directives about electromagnetic immunity|
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