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Thermal imaging camera for glass manufacturers

20 September 2015

The thermoIMAGER G7 is the latest addition to the Micro-Epsilon family of thermal imaging cameras and is specifically designed for measurements on any glass objects.

With a spectral range of 7.9µm, it provides accurate measurements of glass temperature. At longer wavelengths, glass allows transmission of temperature from objects behind or near to it, which gives inaccurate measurements, normally lower than the true glass temperature. Using the G7 camera at this wavelength eliminates any transmission from other objects, resulting in very accurate glass temperature measurement.

The G7 is supplied with full, licence-free operating and analysis software, which includes a variety of process control features such as ‘line scan mode’ – a feature that enables the camera to view through a narrow slit (restricted field of view) onto the glass, yet still provide a complete thermal image of the entire sheet.

The G7 is lightweight (320g) and compact (46 x 56 x 90mm) and operates in ambient temperatures of 0°C to +70°C (+240°C with an integrated cooling jacket).

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