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Glass-Imaging Camera

Process Sensors Corp., IR Temperature Div.Request Info
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Process Sensors PSC-450-G7Designed to meet the requirements of the glass industry, the PSC-450-G7 thermal imaging camera from Process Sensors Corp. displays real-time thermal images at a frame rate of 80 Hz, switchable to 27 Hz.

Withstanding temperatures up to 70 °C without additional cooling, the camera provides high spatial resolution and offers a live scan function. It is the first industry-specific thermal imaging camera in the company's Surveyor series, measuring in the 7.9-μm spectral range for thin glass temperature measurement.

Application areas include manufacturing of glass bulb envelopes, glass ribbon webs, refinement and R&D.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2015

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