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Infrared Camera with Optical Resolution of 382 x 288 Pixels: thermoIMAGER TIM QVGA

Micro-Epsilon’s new thermoIMAGER TIM QVGA infrared camera provides an exceptionally high optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels. The camera offers pin-sharp images and is perfect for very tiny objects that cannot be detected with regular cameras.

Thanks to the highest thermal sensitivity of 40 or 75 mK, even minute temperature differences can be reliably detected. Despite offering so many features, the camera is still very tiny and flexible in its application, working over a huge temperature range varying from −20 °C to 1500 °C.


  • IP67
  • Spectral range varies from 8 to 14 µm
  • Measuring ranges: −20 °C to 100 °C/0 °C to 250 °C/150 °C to 900 °C/optional: 200 °C to 1500 °C
  • Optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels
  • Image recording can be performed in real-time at 80 Hz
  • Lenses can be exchanged with a FOV of 18°, 29°, 53°, or 80°
  • Power supply and operation are provided through a USB interface
  • Maximum thermal sensitivity (NETD): 75 mK, 100 mK or 40 mK, 60 mK
  • Digital communication through RS232 or DLL for software integration
  • The tiniest camera of its class (46 x 56 x 68–77 mm)

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