The iR 700 series Thermal Infrared Imaging Cameras were designed for applications requiring accurate real-time analysis, condition monitoring & Thermographic profiling. Digital storage, a unique electro optical zoom and compatability with modern analysis software makes the 700 series a great value as an analysis tool.
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The 700 series infrared camera system is the ideal tool for dynamic thermal analysis of your PCB designs. The 700 features:
* Real time thermal analysis
* Color thermal imaging
* Unique electro-optical zoom function
* Easy digital image storage
* Compatible with a wide variety of thermal software packages
The unique electro-optical zoom lets you move in tight to image the smallest of components on your boards. The zoom is adjustable in both the horizontal and vertical fields of view so that you have complete control of your imaging project. This is a very unique feature in the infrared imaging world. Imaging what you could be doing in your lab right know with the 700 series infrared camera system.
The 700 series is perfect for more than just circuit board images. The lab configuration of the system makes it the ideal solution for product analysis or research and development efforts. The seperate scanner head lets you position the camera above the target or in an extreme location while the control panel monitor station gives you comfortable access to all imaging and analysis functions.
By choosing the right analysis pallete for your application you can spot the anomalies that you are looking for. The image shows a close up of a small screw in three of the 700 series palletes. The greyscale image shows you an image that is the most recognizable. Notice how the color image in the rainbow pallete highlights the differences in temperature better than the greyscale image. The high contrast pallete takes this to the extreme.