Infrared Cameras


optris PI 160: Thermal imager with 120 Hz frame rate

  • Thermal images in real time (120 Hz, 160x120 px)
  • Outstanding price-performance ratio
  • Industrial accessories

optris PI 200: Thermal imager with BI-SPECTRAL technology

  • Thermal images in real time (128 Hz, 160x120 px)
  • Synchronic visual image recording (32 Hz, 640x489 px)
  • Low-light-level technology of visual camera

optris PI 400 / PI 450: Themal imager with 382 x 288 pixels

  • Thermal images with up to 80 Hz
  • Very high thermal sensitivity with up to 40 mK
  • Smallest ir camera in its class

optris PI 450 G7: Themal imager for the glass industry

  • Line scan function for tempering processes
  • Thermal images of glass beads right up to large panes
  • Precise temperature measurements of glass surfaces

optris PI 640: The smallest VGA-resolution infrared camera worldwide

  • Ideal for industrial and R&D processes
  • Pin-sharp thermal images and IR videos
  • Optical resolution of 640x480 pixel

optris PI 1M: Short wavelength themal camera for metallic surfaces

  • High dynamic CMOS detector with up to 764 x 480 px resolution
  • 450 °C to 1800 °C without sub-ranges
  • Up to 1 kHz frame rate for fast processes

optris PI LightWeight: Miniature lightweight PC for radiometric flight thermogtraphy

  • Ideal for quality inspections of solar fields and thermographic inspections of buildings
  • Full radiometric IR inspection with 382 x 288 pixels
  • 380 g two-piece design with minimized camera head weight


Automatic hot spot detection

Objects can be examinated thermally and hot or cold spots can be found automatically to reveal weak spots of the process.

Fast temperature measurements

With optris PI thermal imagers, temperature distributions on surfaces can be captured precisely within a millisecond intervall.

Extensive software with line scan mode

The accompanying software optris PI Connect helps you with comprehensive temperature data analysis and documentation. Furthermore the software contains a line scan mode which is generally used for processes with moving objects under test.

Easy process Integration

Advanced interface concepts allow the integration within networks and automated systems:

  • USB cable extension up to 100 m over Ethernet or up to 10 km over fibre
  • Process interface (PIF) on the ir camera as analog input / output (0 - 10 V) and digital input (low- und high-Level)
  • Software interface via Dynamic-Link-Library (DLL) and ComPort