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ImageIR 9300

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Armstrong Optical now supplies the ImageIR 9300 thermography camera from InfraTec. The camera is based on the latest cooled thermography sensor technology allowing radiometric measurements to be made at high frame rates with the highest available thermal and spatial resolution. Excellent spatial resolution is delivered by the 1,280 x 1,024 pixel thermal sensor array and features varying in temperature by as little as 15mK (0.015°C) can be measured at frame rates in the kilohertz timescale.

The camera is suitable for remote measurement using the 100 and 200mm telephoto lenses. It can also be used for microscopic measurements with the 1x, 3x and 8x microscopic lenses. The spatial resolution obtained with the 8x microscopic lens enables features as small as 2µm to be measured accurately.