ADAPT­A­TION OF THE CAMERA TO THE SPEC­TRAL CHAR­AC­TER­ISTICS OF THE OBJECT

The design of the ImageIR thermographic camera enables the implementation of up to two rotating filter wheels and rotating aperture wheels, which can be controlled independently. The two motorised wheels allow up to 30 filter /aperture combinations, which can be fitted individually. The selection of the desired combination of the two wheels is completely remotely controllable from the corresponding menu of the camera operating software IRBIS® online.

The combination of separate rotating filter and aperture wheel positions is the prerequisite for universal use for measuring tasks in the spectral thermography sector. Spectral filters can be used to adapt the sensitivity range of the camera to the specific spectral characteristics of the measured objects, for example:

  • Optimised measurement of the surface temperature of shining metals, glass, plastics and other materials
  • Measurement of objects behind glass, gases or flames
  • Capturing flames and gases