Training videos on IR thermometers and thermal cameras
The following training videos offer insight in the principles of non-contact temperature measurement as well as in the operation of our infrared thermometers and thermal imagers. You will further learn about some of the more complex functions of our devices:
This video introduces to the physical principles for IR temperature measuring on thin plastic materials as (like) foils / films.
This video shows how to use the event grabber function at the software PIX Connect for fast moving plastic objects.
This video shows the IR temperature measuring on moving plastic parts on a production belt like thermoform applications.
How does non-contact temperature measurement work and how can we measure surface temperatures precisely? This training video explains it all featuring a small yet effective experiment to also demonstrate the limits of infrared temperature measurement at the same time.
How do I connect my optris infrared thermometer with a Siemes SPS via Profibus? Our Field Application Engineer Maik Lippe demonstrates the procedure. He even has valuable tips regarding the transmission of orders to the SPS.
Are you looking for an option to record fast objects with your optris infrared camera? We got you! This three-part training video demonstrates which steps to take as well as how to use the IR camera software optris PIX Connect for best results.
Become an infrared expert
For further information on non-contact temperature measurement with thermal imagers and infrared thermometers in various fields of application see our article What is infrared temperature measurement as well as our technical articles.
Naturally, we are glad to answer your questions on our temperature measuring devices. Just give our application engineers a call!
Our product videos provide you with more information regarding the setup, operation and fields of applications of our infrared thermometers and thermal cameras. Watch the thermal recordings to learn about the excellent image resolution as well as the numerous analysis options of our optris PI infrared cameras.