The thermal imaging cameras that we have at Ibertronix are used for numerous non-contact temperature measurement applications; in industrial sectors such as metallurgy or glass manufacturing, fire detection in any field, logistics warehouses, warehouses for easily combustible materials. Showing 2D temperature distribution maps with high thermal resolution for moving or fixed objects.
Ibertronix has a wide range of thermal imaging cameras, both fixed for industrial use and for R&D, we also have linear thermal imaging cameras for high-speed industrial processes where sampling frequencies higher than those of a conventional thermal imaging camera are required. Our technological partner DIAS INFRARED offers thermal imaging cameras with different types of wavelengths for measurements on different types of materials and temperature ranges.
We also have PYROINC thermal cameras for measuring temperatures inside furnaces and boilers. Pyroinc cameras are infrared cameras with very robust housings that can withstand high working temperatures and perform measurements between 400 ° C and 1800 ° C.
PYROINC thermal cameras have a boroscopic lens with a protective window. The borescope camera and lens are installed in a water- or air-cooled titanium alloy steel jacket. The PYROINC endoscope has different models; housings from 36mm and with the best resolutions on the market 1600 x 1200 and 1920 x 1080 pixels.
We also have COX thermal cameras, specialized in the forecast and detection of fires, maintenance and forecast of maintenance in machinery, verification of liquid or gas pipes, insulation review, etc. This type of thermal imaging cameras measure a temperature range from 0ºC to 500ºC and a spectral range from 8 µm to 14 µm, making them ideal for the industrial environment, but without neglecting the rural area, covering a wide variety of applications for its use. In addition, these thermal imaging cameras can be mounted with or without a protective casing, making it even more resistant to changes in the weather.
Ibertronix thermal imaging cameras are capable of measuring the temperature in different materials:
|Type of material||Temperature range||Spectral range||Shorcut|
|Nonmetals, coated metals||-20 °C to 500 °C||8 µm to 14 µm||L|
|Glass surfaces||200 °C to 1250 °C||4.8 µm to 5.2 µm||GRAM|
|Measurement through flames and combustion gases||600 °C to 1250 °C||En torno to 3,9 µm||F|
|Ceramics, metals||100 °C to 500 °C||3 µm to 5 µm||METRO|
|Metals, ceramics, graphite||300 °C to 1200 °C||1,4 µm to 1,6 µm||NORD|
|Metals, molten glass||600 °C to 3000 °C||0,8 µm to 1,1 µm||NORD|
In addition, we also have thermal imaging cameras in a wide range of resolutions:
|Resolution||Temperature range||Spectral range|
|320 x 240||-20 °C to 120ºC 50 °C to 500 °C||8 µm to 14 µm|
|320 x 256||300 °C to 750 °C or 350°C to 1200 °C||1,4 µm to 1,6 µm|
|384 x 288||-20 °C to 120 ºC or 50°C to 500 °C||8 µm to 14 µm|
|640 x 480||From -20 ºC to 1250 ºC||3 µm to 14 µm|
|512 x 384||600°C to 1500°C or 1400°C to 3000°C||0,8 µm to 1,1 µm|
|768 x 576||600°C to 1500°C or 1400°C to 3000°C||0,8 µm to 1,1 µm|
|1600 x 1200||1100°C to 1800°C||0,8 µm to 1,1 µm|
|1920 x 1080||1100°C to 1800°C||0,8 µm to 1,1 µm|
There is also the possibility of combining different resolutions and types of housings in our thermal imaging cameras to select the equipment that best suits each application and need. We offer infrared windows to facilitate the work of the maintenance technicians, being able to install the infrared windows in the electrical cabinets and avoiding that the technicians have to open the cabinets whenever they carry out the inspection route, thus avoiding possible occupational hazards by not being in contact direct with the power cabinets and reducing the time in maintenance inspections.