The ImageIR® 9500 is suitable for highly demanding applications in science and industry, object monitoring and microthermographic analysis of extremely small structures.

  • Cooled FPA photon detector with (1,280 × 720) IR pixels
  • Opto-mechanical MicroScan with (2,560 × 1,440) IR pixels
  • Full-frame rate up to 120 Hz
  • GigE Vision compatible
  • Up to 1.5 kHz with (320 × 180) IR pixels


  • Detector Format

    Efficiently measuring the smallest structures on large-scale objects

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    Integrated into camera, genuine temperature measured values

  • Thermal Resolution

    Precise detection of smallest temperature differences

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    Rotating Filter- / Aperture wheel

    Usage for applications with high object temperatures and in spectral thermography

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    Internal Trigger Interface

    Camera control and output of control signals for external devices


    Avoid Measurement Errors Using Highest Geometrical Resolution of (1,280 × 720) Infrared Pixels

    It is equipped with a cooled focal-plane-array photon detector with a format of (1,280 × 720) IR pixels. In combination with the outstanding thermal resolution of 0.025 K (25 mK), very high frame rates of 120 Hz and extremely short integration times of only a few microseconds, this camera offers you a whole new range of applications.


    Detect Smallest Temperature Differences Using High Thermal Resolution of 25 mK

    The thermal resolution of the ImageIR® infrared camera series allows you to measure smallest temperature differences of 25 mK (at 30 °C). Thermal images with a narrow temperature span display details absolutely sharp. You will find interesting signatures even there where other infrared camera systems cannot detect any temperature differences any longer.


    Integrated Trigger and Process Interfaces

    The camera series ImageIR® is equipped with a snapshot detector as well as with an internal trigger interface, which guarantees a repeatable high-precision triggering. Two respective in- and outputs are used to operate the camera or to generate digital control signals for external devices. Two digital channels of the data stream can be recorded synchronously with those trigger inputs. Additional digital and analogue in- and outputs are available in connection with the process interface IRBIS® 3 process. Furthermore, extra information will be saved directly with the images.

Spectral range (3.5 … 4.8)
Pitch 12 µm
Detector MCT
Detector format (IR pixels) (1,280 × 720)
Readout mode ITR/IWR
Aperture f/2.0
Detector cooling Stirling cooler
Temperature measuring range (-20 … 1,200) °C, up to 3,000 °C*
Measurement accuracy ± 1 °C or ± 1 %
Image format with opto-mechanical MicroScan (IR pixels) (2,560 × 1,440)
Depending on model

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