Jenoptik offers a whole range of thermography cameras for stationary use, for example in industrial plants or mobile systems. These cameras feature state-of-the-art technology and are the product of our many years of expertise in high-quality thermography technology. We have been developing and producing thermal imagers for a wide range of applications for more than 25 years. When it comes to resolution, the 3.1 IR megapixels offered by our devices make us the global technological market leader.
The cameras can be used to measure temperature distributions on surfaces with maximum accuracy. The data is transferred to an external computer in real time, enabling detailed visualizations and analyses to be performed. Standard interfaces such as WLAN, DVI-D and GigE Vision ensure the infrared camera is easy to integrate into your own system. In solar power plants, for example, the camera can be used to measure the temperature on the absorber to prevent it from overheating.
The measuring method is non-contact and extremely accurate: A high spatial resolution thanks to the dynamic resolution enhancement function ensures precise results. This method increases the resolution and makes even the smallest details visible. Jenoptik has extensive expertise in the application of resolution-based technology in radiometric thermal imagers and is constantly refining this technology. All thermography cameras are fitted in robust housings that protect them against damage. As uncooled Jenoptik thermal imaging technology requires very little maintenance, there are hardly any follow-up costs.
- Precise: Maximum measuring accuracy thanks to a high spatial resolution and exceptionally accurate calibration.
- Efficient: Wide measuring ranges are captured in high resolution.
- Durable: Stable housing, uncooled Jenoptik camera technology requires minimal maintenance.
- Flexible: Wide range of connection options enable the thermography camera to be installed in customer-specific systems.
- Fast: Radiometric imaging in real time.
- Modular: Choose from a wide range of high-quality infrared optical systems
Fields of application
- Electronics industry and automotive industry: Quality control and assurance, process control, optimization and monitoring.
- Research and development: Non-destructive testing of materials and components.
- Renewable energies: Solar power plants, aerial photography, environmental monitoring.
- Automation technology: Thermal test benches, process monitoring, optimization and control.
- Process monitoring in the raw materials industry: Plant monitoring and plant safety.
- Security technology: Site surveillance, fire protection.
- Thermal aerial photography: Geology studies and environmental monitoring.
The camera measures surface temperatures in real time. The data is then used to monitor or control industrial processes. Even minimal changes in temperature can be detected thanks to the highest image resolution on the market of up to 3.1 IR megapixels. This high resolution is achieved by combining microbolometer arrays with optomechanical resolution enhancement technology.
Using this thermography camera, even wide measuring ranges can be captured in a fully non-contact and extremely reliable process. As the technology is based on uncooled microbolometer arrays combined with established Jenoptik technology, the thermography camera requires almost no maintenance. The exceptionally stable construction and robust, industrial-strength housing reduce life cycle costs to a minimum.
Infrared optics and lenses
For VarioCAM® HD and IR-TCM HD infrared cameras we offer a broad choice of lenses and converters suitable for various thermal imaging applications.
Each thermographic camera from Jenoptik is individually calibrated for the lenses purchased with the camera. If you are changing the lens, the camera automatically detects the lens type and selects the corresponding calibration profile.
Lenses are available either with IP54 proof bayonet mount or with IP67 proof thread mount.
All lenses are manufactured by Jenoptik and come with sophisticated optical coating, for example anti-reflective coating or spectral-selective interference filters. Depending on lens type or focal length, some lenses are additionally coated with a highly resistant DLC (Diamond Like Carbon) coating for special surface protection.
|Type||f / focal length||Field-of-view HFOV x VFOV|
for XGA / 1024er sensors
|Field-of-view HFOV x VFOV|
for VGA / 640er sensors
|Super-Wide-angle||1.0 / 7.5 mm||136° x 101°||125° x 93°||200 mm|
|Wide-angle||1.0 / 15 mm||68° x 51°||62° x 46°||200 mm|
|Normal / Standard||1.0 / 30 mm||32° x 25°||31° x 23°||250 mm|
|Telephoto||1.0 / 60 mm||16° x 12°||15° x 11°||650 mm|
|Super-Telephoto||1.0 / 120 mm||8.1° x 6.2°||7.5° x 5.7°||2,000 mm|
|M 0.2x Close-up lens for 30 mm lens||IFOV 81 µm||IFOV 119 µm||137 mm|
|M 0.2x Close-up lens for 30 mm lens||IFOV 32 µm||IFOV 47 µm||47 mm|
|M 0.2x Close-up lens for 60 mm lens||IFOV 35 µm||IFOV 50 µm||100 mm|
IR-TCM HD Basic
The IR-TCM HD Basic thermography camera is the entry-level model from Jenoptik for professional use in stationary or mobile systems. The thermal imager is based on state-of-the-art sensor technology with 17 µm pitch and optimized lenses.
The camera measures surface temperatures with an image resolution of 640 x 480 IR pixels in real time and transfers precise temperature data to computer systems, enabling you to monitor or control your industrial processes with a high degree of reliability. The design for the camera is based on uncooled Jenoptik thermal imaging technology, meaning the device requires very little maintenance. A stable construction and the robust, industrial-strength housing reduce the life cycle costs to a minimum.
|Feature||IR-TCM HD 1024||IR-TCM HD 640||IR-TCM HD Basic|
|IR detector type:||Uncooled microbolometer array (FPA)||Uncooled microbolometer array (FPA), 17 µm pixel pitch|
|Detector size:||1024 x 768 pixels||640 x 480 pixels||640 x 480 pixels|
|Image resolution (max.)||2014 x 1536 IR pixels (RE mode)||1280 x 960 IR pixels (RE mode)||640 x 480 IR pixels|
|Frame rate:||30 Hz (@ 1024 x 768 pixels)||60 Hz (@ 640 x 480 pixels)||30 Hz (@ 640 x 480 pixels)|
640 x 480 pixels (@ 60 Hz)
|384 x 288 pixels (@ 120 Hz)|
1024 x 96 pixels (@ 240 Hz)
|384 x 288 pixels (@ 60 Hz)|
|Spectral range:||7.5 µm ... 14 µm||7.5 µm ... 14 µm||7.5 µm ... 14 µm|
|Temperature measurement range:||-40 °C ... +1,200 °C (optional: up to +2,000 °C)||-40 °C ... +1,200 °C (optional: up to +2,000 °C)||-40 °C ... +600 °C |
|Thermal resolution:||< 50 mK||< 30 mK||< 40 mK|
|Accuracy: ||1.5 K or 1.5 %||1.5 K or 1.5 %||2 K or 2 %|
|Interfaces:||GigE-Vision, DVI-D, C-Video, WLAN (optional)||GigE-Vision, DVI-D, C-Video, WLAN (optional)|
|Interfaces for remote control:||GigE-Vision, RS232, Trigger, Bluetooth (optional)|
|Dimensions (L x W x H):||190 mm x 90 mm x 94 mm (incl. 30 mm standard lens)||approx. 190 mm x 90 mm x 94 mm (incl. 20 mm standard lens)|
|Weight: ||1.15 kg (incl. 30 mm standard lens)||approx. 1.2 kg (incl. 20 mm standard lens)|
|Operating conditions: ||Environmental temperature: -25 °C ... +50 °C (operational)|
Shock: 25G (IEC 68-2-29)
Vibration: 2 G (IEC 68-2-6)
Protection class: IP54
Infrared Objective Lenses
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Standardized Optical Coatings
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