Infrared cameras PYROVIEW for industry and research

Infrared cameras in protection housing for industrial applications

Thermal imaging cameras are used for non-contact temperature measurement and recording of temperature distributions with high thermal resolution on stationary and moving test objects. The many years of experience in the field of thermography we have incorporated in our thermal imaging camera series PYROVIEW. The units are durable, robust and suitable for stationary, continuous industrial use. Application areas of our thermal imaging cameras are process control and monitoring, quality control, fire detection as well as for measurements in research and development.

Everything at a glance: Overview broschure infrared camera PYROVIEW

What spectral range should my thermal imaging camera have?

The most important question you should ask yourself when purchasing a thermal imaging camera, is that of the spectral range. In principle: Measure the short-wave as possible to minimize temperature measurement errors caused by emissivity inaccuracies. You are unsure or have questions? Then contact us to solve your measurement task. Here you can see an overview of all offered our spectral temperature measuring devices.

Material Temperature range Spectral range Shortcut
Non-metals, coated metals -40 °C to 1000 °C 8 µm to 14 µm “L”
Glass surfaces 100 °C to 2500 °C 4,8 µm to 5,2 µm “G”
Measurement through flames and combustion gases 300 °C to 2500 °C around 3,9 µm “F
Metals, ceramics, graphite 250 °C to 2500 °C 1,5 µm to 1,8 µm “M”
Metals, ceramics, glass melt 600 °C to 3000 °C 0,8 µm to 1,1 µm “N”

Which thermal imaging camera suits your requirements?

Depending on the application, our thermal imaging cameras are available with different resolutions, spectral and temperature ranges as well as different housing variants. In addition, numerous motor focusable infrared lenses, including wide angle and telephoto lenses are available for optimal adjustment of the camera to various metrics and measuring object sizes at different measurement distances. Here you will find a detailed overview of the available thermal imaging camera series and models..

small and powerful infrared camera pyroview compact+

Infrared camera series PYROVIEW compact+
The industrial thermal imaging camera series PYROVIEW compac+ is a new series for stationary use and the exact measurements of the temperature distributions in very compact exterior dimensions. More about the thermal imaging camera series PYROVIEW compact+.

Infrared camera series PYROVIEW protection
In the housing version “protection” the camera is in an IP65-housing with air purge and water cooling so that ambient temperatures up to 150 ° C are possible. Learn more about thermal imaging camera series PYROVIEW protection.

infrared camera in protection housing
For a detailed description of your problem, you can use our questionnaire for non-contact temperature measurement. Our experts will immediately contact you.

Usage

  • Process monitoring in real-time
  • Non-destructive and non-reactive measurement
  • Measurement on parts that are difficult to access
  • Non-contact measurement of two-dimensional temperature distributions

Numerous application areas

Application examples infrared camera PYROVIEW made by DIAS InfraredThe use of our cameras is as colored as the manifold type spectrum. Everywhere where temperatures in process play a big role, our cameras can be integrated. Thanks you different housings and system solutions also objects that are difficult to access can be measured. Our PYROVIEW cameras are used for example:

  • Quality management:  e.g. in steel industry, in the glass industry or cement manufacturing
  • Process automation and control: Production of semiconductors or wafer for solar industry
  • R & D projects: non-destructice material testing and studies of aspects in veterinary medicine
  • Early fire surveillance of storages, in forests and evebn in cities
  • Traffic control, e.g. in road tunnels 
  • Inspection of electrial facilities (portable devices)
  • Building thermography around thermal bridges and localize weak points in wallings (portable devices)