Thermal imagery

Tuesday, 01 July, 2008 | Supplied by: Emona Instruments Pty Ltd


The HotShot-HD thermal imaging cameras from Electrophysics Corp offer high-performance 640 x 480 resolution, a dual laser hotspot highlighter and advanced image fusion.

The range combines very high image quality with a powerful (yet simple to use), in-built PDA type touch screen and Qwerty keyboard for data entry and data logging functions.

Enter descriptive image file names, asset locations and inspection comments using the Qwerty keyboard and record equipment type, diagnosis, repair recommendations and severity codes via pull-down menus on the data entry screen.

The thermal imagers also introduce the concept of route-based inspections to thermal imaging inspections. By prompting users on which inspection to carry out next, the route-based method can provide an effective and accountable way of managing repetitive inspections of critical assets. The route-based method also makes it easy to manage asset histories and look for trend-able anomalies.

The imagers feature a temperature range up to 500°C, 640 x 480 resolution microbolometer, 500:1 measurement spot ratio, high-quality megapixel visible light camera, a choice of IR/PIP and fusion image modes and a dual laser targeting system.

 

Online: www.emona.com.au
Phone: 02 9519 3933
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