Learn more about Mirco-Epsilon's impressive thermographic camera the thermoIMAGER TIM, now available as part of a bundle with the DJI Matrice 600. This combination of drone and thermal expertise provides a powerful tool to carry out a range of industrial applications with fully radiometric thermographic surveys.
The Micro-Epsilon solution allows you to conduct radiometric surveys of solar panels, wind turbines and power lines for fault detection and analysis. The TIM series is also useful for surveying pipework and vents in industrial installations as well as the identification of structural thermal efficiency via heat loss zones.
Heliguy is now supplying this fantastic thermal imaging camera from Mirco-Epsilon featuring high resolution and sensitivity.
Featuring full VGA resolution of 640x480 for the TIM 640 and 382x288 pixels for the TIM 400/450 with measuring ranges from -20°C to 900°C (special edition up to 1500°C), this is a must-have for those looking for a top-of-the-line thermographic solution.
The thermoIMAGER TIM is a rapid, real-time imager capable of up to 80Hz (125Hz in VGA sub-frame mode) and offering a very high thermal sensitivity with 80mK (TIM 400 & 640) and 40mK (TIM 450).
It's also the smallest camera in its class (46x56x90mm), effortlessly lightweight (380g including recording box) and, due to these dimensions, highly portable. The exchangeable lenses & industrial accessories ensure that you have the right tools for the job.
Want to get a bird's-eye view? The thermoIMAGER TIM is compatible with the DJI Matrice 600, an industry-leading hexacopter built specifically for use in industrial applications such as thermal surveys.
You're able to access a display of the thermal image being captured by the thermoIMAGER TIM in real-time (80Hz) with a solid recording function including radiometric videos and snapshots. This ability to monitor processes as they occur ensures that any alterations required to achieve the desired result can be performed on the fly.
The user is in complete control as there's an intuitive process to set up parameters and remotely direct the camera. This allows for detailed analysis, even when you're focusing on rapid thermodynamic processes.
Automatic hot and cold spot detection makes identification within the image simple. The software allows comprehensive post-flight analysis with the ability to export target temperature data into Microsoft Excel, trimming of video and the creation of radiometric snapshots from your footage.
No software license is required and the latest version can be downloaded free of charge from the Micro-Epsilon site so you can get to grips with the features and interface.
Due to its non-contact technology, the thermoIMAGER TIM can detect measurement objects precisely and without the risk of wear and tear. You can accurately measure large surfaces offering an impressive level of quality data. These thermal imaging cameras from Micro-Epsilon can be used effectively across a vast measuring range. This includes the low temperatures which are prevalent in cooling chains or processes in an industrial environment, to the highest temperatures found in metal processing applications.
The Linux operating system recording box offers facility for recording both video footage and radiometric data as well as the subsequent retransmission of this data to an operator's display. A USB GPS chipset can be plugged into the recording box which provides geodata to be shared in conjunction with the recorded data. Support for GoPro HERO 3+ upwards is included as standard.
Technical support for the TIM series of Thermal Imagers is UK-based and available through Heliguy. More advanced queries will be dealt with by Micro-Epsilon directly. For more information on potential commercial uses for the thermoIMAGER TIM 400, 450 or 640 its specifications or anything more you would like to know, don't hesitate to contact our team.
|Optical resolution||382 x 288 pixels|
|Temperature ranges||-20°C to 100°C, 0°C to 250°C, 150°C to 900°C, optional range: 200°C to 1500°C (only for TIM 400)|
|Spectral range||7.5 to 13µm|
|System accuracy||±2°C or ±2%, whichever is greater|
|Lenses||80° x 56° FOV / f = 7.7mm 1) or 38° x 29° FOV / f = 15mm 1) or 62° x 49° FOV / f = 8mm 1) or 13° x 10° FOV / f = 41mm 2)|
|Thermal sensitivity (NETD)||0.08K with 80° x 56° FOV / F = 0.8 0.08K with 62° x 49° FOV / F = 0.8|
0.04K with 80° x 56° FOV / F = 0.8
0.08K with 38° x 29° FOV / F = 0.8
0.04K with 62° x 49° FOV / F = 0.8 0.04K with 38° x 29° FOV / F = 0.8
0.1K with 13° x 10° FOV / F = 1.0
0.06K with 13° x 10° FOV / F = 1.0
|Detector||FPA - uncooled micro bolometer 25x25µm2|
|Outputs/digital||USB 2.0 / optional GigE|
|Process interface (electrically isolated)||0-10V output, 0-10V input, trigger input|
|Power supply||USB powered|
|Tripod mount||¼-20 UNC|
|Ambient temperature||0°C to 50°C||0°C to 70°C|
|Storage temperature||-40°C to 70°C||-40°C to 85°C|
|Relative humidity||20 to 80%, non-condensing|
|Vibration||IEC 60068-2-6 (sine-shaped) /IEC 60068-2-64 (broadband noise)|
|Shock||IEC 60068-2-27 (25g and 50g)|
|Housing (size)||46mm x 56mm x 90mm|
|Weight||320g; incl. lens|