Micro Epsilon Microscopic lens thermal imager
With the release of the Microscopic lens from Micro Epsilon, monitoring the temperature of ultra-small objects is now possible. This feature is available to the already existing high-resolution thermal imaging cameras from Micro-Epsilon, the TIM640 and TIM 450 series. With this upgrade, these cameras are now capable of thermographic shooting of individual objects based on a spatial resolution of 28 µm.
This upgrade offers an advantage to the TIM640 and TIM450 series, which have display resolutions of 640 x 480 pixels and 382 x 288 pixels respectively. This addition further allows the camera to detect even the slightest temperature difference with high precision and reliability, such as that encountered in the electronics manufacturing industry. They are specifically designed for PCB temperature measurement, assembly monitoring or for the inspection of micro-sized solder and weld joints.
The camera also offers fast, real-time recording capabilities of 125 Hz. The camera can also be freely positioned within 100 mm of the targeted object. Due to the large working distance, taking measurements of electrical components during the electrical function tests is now possible. The microscopic lens is also capable of recording fast, transient temperature changes and recording radiometric videos and images.
The TIM camera is available with a scalable temperature range from -20 to 100°C, from 0 to 250°C and from 150 to 900°C, suited for a wide range of industrial applications. The process interface cable, high-quality tripod and TIMConnect software are also included in the package.
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