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Short-Wave Infrared Camera for High Temperature Measurements of Metal Surfaces

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The new infrared camera thermoIMAGER TIM M1 with a spectral range of 0.92 – 1.1 µm is the best way to get thermographic images of hot metal surfaces. Thanks to a new CMOS detector German manufacturer Micro-Epsilon developed, this thermal imaging camera allows a high resolution of 764 x 480 pixels and fast measurements. The uniqueness of the thermal camera includes the continuous temperature measuring range from 450°C to 1,800°C, image frequency up to 1k Hz and different resolution/image frequency modes.

Compared to other thermal imaging cameras in its class, the entire temperature measuring range can be used without any sub-ranges. Hence, this thermal imaging camera is much more flexible in many applications as user does not need to switch over between different measuring ranges, thus allow a smooth operation. The short-wave high dynamic infrared camera distributed by Bestech Australia comes up with an outstanding price/performance ratio. The main field of application includes temperature monitoring in hardening and forming processes of metals with an outstand robust protection class of IP67. For more details on thermal imagers, please contact us.

For more information visit: www.bestech.com.au

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