Land Instruments International has announced efficiency and accuracy improvements to its Cyclops portable infrared thermometers for non-contact industrial temperature measurement in the 200 to 3000°C range.
Based on the Fluke Ti32, the P3 Series thermal imagers add four additional products.
A series of thermal imaging cameras rugged enough for heavy industrial applications and compact enough for use in R&D and automation has been introduced by Land Instruments International. The Arc cameras have high-resolution radiometric imagers and field of view options that are claimed to be able to view targets at any distance with high clarity. They operate over a wide temperature range of -20° to 1000°C.
The thermoIMAGER TIM from Micro-Epsilon is a miniature real-time thermal imager with USB interface. It can measure temperatures from -20 to 900°C with a thermal sensitivity of 0.1 K. The system has exchangeable lenses with 9° FOV (field of view), 31° FOV and 64° FOV - allowing temperature to be measured in a variety of object distances, from close focus to far field focus. Optical resolution is 160x120 pixels.
The Ti9 is a rugged entry-level thermal imager that has a widescreen format colour LCD and a 19,200 pixel detector. The instrument incorporates a thermal imager lens with adjustable focus, and detects a wide -20 to +250°C temperature range.
A system that monitors temperature change over the entire surface of molten metal ladles has been introduced by Land Instruments. The Vessel Manager’s software and hardware help assure plant safety by warning of potential break-outs and provide trending data to establish efficient relining schedules.
The Flir E60 infrared camera is a user-friendly thermal image camera with high resolution and refresh rate. It can be used to locate issues with electrical equipment, identify faults in circuits and aid in research and development or predictive maintenance identification.
The Flir i60 is a thermal imaging camera that measures the emitted infrared radiation from an object. It is a suitable tool for predictive maintenance, identifying potential problems before they happen.
The Raytek Pi20 thermal imaging camera has a full resolution of 320 x 240 pixels at 30 Hz and covers temperatures from -40 to 2000°C in two different models. Communications are via ethernet, with support for up to 16 cameras from one PC, and the Datatemp software allows for 64 AOI [areas of interest] to be defined with data recording, or control actions attached to each AOI. Analog and digital outputs are generated by I/O modules on the ethernet LAN, with functions being selectable during system configuration.
The Fluke TiR32 thermal image camera can scan large areas quickly to detect problems or the extent of any damaged caused. The handheld instrument gives the clear, crisp images needed to find problems quickly with its 320 x 240 sensor and it is available to rent.
FLIR has launched MeterLink, a wireless connection between FLIR cameras and Extech measurement instruments.
FLIR is to merge its Commercial Vision Systems and Thermography divisions to create FLIR Commercial Systems.
The NEC H2640 thermal imaging camera has a temperature resolution of 0.03 °C providing exceptional sensitivity. The uncooled 640 x 480 focal plane array detector delivers a 0.6 mrad instantaneous field of view with the standard 22Âº (H) x 16Âº (V) lens.
The Fluke Ti32 is designed for troubleshooting and preventive maintenance of electrical installations, electro-mechanical equipment, process equipment and HVAC/R equipment.
Owners of FLIR infrared cameras can now have their cameras recalibrated annually at a new FLIR Systems service laboratory opened in Melbourne.