MicroEpsilon TIM G7 VGA thermal imager
The MicroEpsilon TIM G7 VGA thermal imager is specifically designed for temperature monitoring in the glass industry. With VGA resolution images and faster image frequency, this thermal imager is suitable for almost any task where a high cycle speed is required.
An advanced process interface is also included in the package, which is easily integrated to existing control systems via analog, digital (USB) and Gigabit Ethernet. The G7’s licence-free analysis software, TIMConnect, includes a line scan feature that provides the capability to measure the temperature profile of moving objects and identify boundaries between the heating and cooling zones of the tempered glass during the treatment process. This helps to avoid tensions and deformations in the glass surface that generally result in visual defects.
The TIM G7 has a temperature range of 200 to 1500°C, an image resolution of 640 x 480 pixels and a measurement speed of 125 Hz. The operating temperature range is 70 to 315°C (with a cooling jacket).
For more information: http://www.bestech.com.au/thermal-imaging-camera.
Phone: 03 9540 5100
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