New Higher-Speed Interface for Thermographic Camera

InfraTech has recently released its new 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface for their ImageIR® thermographic camera series.

The 10 Gigabit Ethernet interface has “high-speed imaging allowing microsecond exposure times that freeze the apparent motion of dynamic events,” according to the company, and transfers data “ten times faster than a GigE interface”, thanks to a network card with FPGA.

“The connection between the more developed models of ImageIR® and the computer is made using special 10 GigE transceivers (SFP+),” explains InfraTech, “They support data rates up to 10 Gbit/s.”

Its detector is 1,280 × 1,024 IR pixels and has a speed of 106 Hz, says InfraTech.

InfraTech adds that because of the “use of fiber optic cables, a connection is completely immune to electromagnetic interference and can range from several meters to tens of kilometers,” and current owners of ImageIR® cameras can be retrofitted with the new interface.

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