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High-Speed Camera

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High-Speed CameraThe PYROLINE HS 512N camera from DIAS Infrared GmbH is a high-speed camera designed for the measurement of high-speed temperature profiled between 650 and 3000 °C.

The PYROLINE HS 512N camera is now available with 512 pixels along the line, with line rates up to 2000 lines per second. In order to minimize temperature measurement errors at high object temperatures, the camera operates in the NIR wavelength range between 0.8 to 1.1 μm.

A high-dynamic range Si linear array enables wide and continuous temperature measurement ranges from 650 to 1500 °C, or optionally from 1400 to 3000 °C. Both protection and compact housing versions are available.

Photonics Spectra
Jun 2018

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