The short-wave thermoIMAGER TIM M thermal imaging cameras are mainly used in the metal processing industry. Due to its short-wave measuring wavelength, these infrared cameras are ideal for temperature monitoring during melting, hardening and forming processes.
Measuring ranges from 450 °C to 1900 °C
Highly dynamic CMOS detector
Frame rates up to 1 kHz for fast processes
The thermoIMAGER TIM M-1 thermal imaging camera is designed for non-contact temperature measurement of hot metals in the 450°C to 1800°C range. As well as the well-known advantages of thermoIMAGER infrared cameras such as their compact size, USB interface and license-free software, the new TIM M-1 series offers several unique selling points. Compared to other thermal imaging cameras for metals, the temperature measuring range of 450°C to 1800°C is usable entirely and without sub-ranges. There is no need for any measuring range switchovers and the camera is significantly more flexible in its use.
The powerful sensor electronics not only enable process thermography but also the output of temperature data of the center pixel at 1kHz and so can also be used as a pyrometer. The TIM M-1 thermal imaging camera is primarily used for temperature monitoring of hardening and forming processes for hot metals but also for processing graphite and ceramics.
Measuring ranges: 450 to 1800°C / 500 to 1800°C / 600 to 1800°C
Optical resolution: 764 x 480 pixels
Spectral range: 0.85 – 1.1µm
Lenses: 16 mm, 25 mm, 50 mm, 75 mm focal length
Image frequency: 27Hz up to 1kHz
Supply and operation via USB
Extremely lightweight, robust and compact
Analog input and output, process interface