Precise temperature measurement in industrial processes
In numerous industrial processes, high precision temperature control is required to achieve high and consistent quality results. Modern infrared temperature measuring devices detect hot objects, parts that are difficult to access and that move quickly. From a safe distance, these thermoIMAGER TIM infrared cameras detect temperature profiles of, e.g., glass, metals and very fine details on PCBs.
Depending on the model, the thermoIMAGER TIM infrared cameras are suitable for inline real-time monitoring in the production line and for mobile use. Fast processes up to 1 kHz can be continuously and reliably monitored using these infrared cameras in order to increase the product quality and to reduce waste. Evaluation of measured values is possible with the license-free analysis software and SDK.
Temperature measurement in glass production
The thermoIMAGER G7 is an industrial thermal imaging camera specially designed for applications in the glass industry. The spectral range of 7.9 µm enables reliable measurements even on thin glass sheets without unwanted transmission loss. The software offers a line scan camera feature which detects the temperature cross profile of moved objects line by line. This enables monitoring and, if necessary, readjustment of hot and cold zones.
Microscope lens for temperature monitoring of ultra-small objects
The microscope lens from Micro-Epsilon inspects and continuously monitors the temperature of ultra-small parts. This enables macro shootings with a spatial resolution up to 28 µm. The microscope lens is available for the thermoIMAGER TIM 450 and 640 cameras.
Infrared camera for high temperature applications
The short-wave thermoIMAGER TIM M05 and TIM M1 thermal imaging cameras are particularly suitable for measurements performed onto hot metals, graphite and ceramics. These cameras are used in different situations such as metal hardening and forming processes.
Unique selling points include a continuous temperature measuring range from 450 °C to 2,000 °C, frame rates up to 1 kHz and different resolution/image frequency modes. With a water-cooled protection housing, high ambient temperatures are not an issue.