Thermal imaging cameras for automation and control
Thermal imaging cameras from Micro Epsilon are designed for high speed, high accuracy measurement. Rather than a handheld thermal imaging camera, the thermoIMAGER is fixed into position for applications such as process & quality control, automated inspection, condition monitoring, thermal management and fire prevention & detection, additionally the camera is well suited to R&D applications across virtually all industries.
The cameras are extremely compact and high speed, up to 128 Hz frame rate and offer very high resolutions of 80mK and 40mK, with optical resolutions up to VGA.
Software supplied as Standard
The free software, TIM Connect, included as standard with every camera, allows easy integration with existing plant automation, control and test systems. USB 2.0 is used for high speed data capture and transmission, which can be stored on a local pc and re-analysed at a later date.
Advanced interface concepts allow the integration within networks and automated systems, such as USB cable extension for up to 100 m over Ethernet or up to 10 km over optical fibre
The unit is also supplied with a process interface for input and output of analogue and digital signals (alarms, temperature values, etc.). Open connectivity drivers are also provided for software integration via DLL, ComPort and LabVIEW, simplifying connectivity to fieldbus networks and automation systems
Extremely compact yet robust.
The smallest USB thermal imaging cameras its class, the TIM 160 weighs just 250g with dimensions of 45mm x 45mm x 62mm (including lens). Protected to IP67, the cameras are robust enough to be installed in harsh industrial environments. The camera can be equipped with optional accessories such as a water cooling jacket, which enables the camera to operate in ambient temperatures up to 240 deg C. Other options include a high temperature USB cable, mounting flange and angled connector.
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• Measuring ranges (°C):
-20 to 100 | 0 to 250 | 150 to 900|200 to 1500
• Spectral range 7.5 to 13µm
• Excellent thermal sensitivity of 0.04K
• Exchangeable lenses
• Real-time thermography
• Power supply and operation via USB interface
• Very compact
• Analogue input and output, trigger interface
• Option: Cooling Jacket for ambient temperatures up to 240°C