Auto hotspot finder and motor focus enable optimal use
The new compact infrared optris Xi 410 camera combines the benefits of infrared
cameras and infrared thermometers. “Alongside the usual use of an IR camera with a
PC and software, this camera also works fully autonomously as a smart, target-seeking
pyrometer with analog/alarm output“ says Torsten Czech, Head of Marketing at Optris.
Auto hotspot finder – ideal for automated condition monitoring
The Xi 410 has a fast ethernet interface and can conveniently be powered via PoE. This allows simple installation – even if the distance from the PC is large. The integrated auto hotspot finder function can be used to reliably measure moving objects without having to readjust the camera. If the network connection is disrupted or there
is a problem in the connected PC, the camera takes on the job fully autonomously and
ensures a thorough, reliable alarm if a problem is detected. This feature makes the
Xi 410 ideal for all safety-relevant applications in the fields of preventive fire safety and
the condition monitoring of machines and equipment.
As well as the ethernet interface, the Xi 410 also has a USB 2.0 interface for the rapid
configuration of important parameters as well as direct 0/4-20 mA analog output. An
external process interface can be used to forward up to 9 freely definable measurement
fields as analog outputs (choice of 0/4-20 mA or 0-10 V) or emit these as an alarm via
a relay, which is ideal for use in the OEM sector.
Motor focus makes installation and application easier
Like the other two models in the Xi Series, the Xi 410 is also equipped with a motor
focus that allows convenient distance focusing via the free software program PIX
Connect. The camera’s resolution is 382 x 240 pixels with an image frequency of 25
Hz. The Xi 410 is calibrated for temperature measurements from -4 to 1652 °F.
Customers receive a ready-to-use package, including mounting nuts, mounting
brackets, software, ethernet and USB connection cable, for a very attractive price.