IRBIS ® 3 Control and Acquisition software

Independently from the respective digital interface of the thermography camera, e.g. FireWire, Gigabit-Ethernet or CamLink, all camera functions can be remote controlled using IRBIS ® 3. Digital thermographic images can be transferred at frame rates of up to 3 kHz to the controlling/evaluating PC in real-time.

Thermographic Software IRBIS 3 Control and Acquisition

IRBIS ® 3 remote

Linking thermographic cameras with PCs or notebooks

  • Remote control of the camera-operating functions via a graphic interface
  • Real-time visualisation of digitally transferred thermal images
  • Storage of real-time thermographic video sequences

IRBIS ® 3 control

Data acquisition from digital infrared thermographic images

  • Time and temperature-controlled acquisition of digital thermographic data at up to 10 Hz
  • Extensive visualisation and analysis of digitally transferred thermal images
  • Numerous online temperature-measuring functions: Identification of measuring spots and measuring areas, global
    correction of emissivity by area or spot within the online thermal image

IRBIS ® 3 online

High-speed data collection of digital infrared thermographic images

  • Digital data is collected at the camera’s maximum imaging frequency
  • Online differential image mode and temperature profile display
  • External trigger option, retrigger, multiple signal sequence, pretrigger
  • Freely definable temperature trigger
  • Set parameters of measuring areas and thresholds values, alarm function

IRBIS ® 3 process

Extension module for convenient process control

  • Permits intensity- or temperature-dependent control of processes via digital or analog inputs and outputs
  • Trigger and alarm function for freely definable signal thresholds
  • Utilisation of different I/O cards for connecting to the processes
  • Individual expansion by specific project solutions

IRBIS ® 3 vision

Parallel recordings of data streams

  • Parallel recording of data streams from multiple infrared cameras and VIS cameras
  • Fully synchronous of data up to eight cameras
  • Additional storage of external data, e. g. GPS data