Process Sensors introduces PSC-764-1M infrared thermal imaging camera | Automation.com

Process Sensors introduces PSC-764-1M infrared thermal imaging camera

Process Sensors introduces PSC-764-1M infrared thermal imaging camera

July 14, 2015 - Process Sensors introduces PSC-764-1M infrared thermal imaging camera with a switchable combination of both thermal imaging and line scanning for use in the metals industry.

Equipped with a CMOS detector providing high noise immunity and low power consumption, the PSC-764-1M has high spatial resolution of up to 764 x 480 pixels at 32 Hz, and 382 x 288 pixels at 80 Hz. The high resolution provides crisp, clear images that instantly identify irregularities in temperature uniformity and uncover potential problem areas. Its 1.1µm wavelength minimizes temperature errors due to changes in product surface emissivity.

Operated with a PC, the PSC-764-1M is designed for precision temperature measurement and control applications, and features high, drift free stability with temperature ranges from 450° to 1800°C for all fields of metal production and processing. There is a wide selection of variable focus or fixed focus lens options.

Easily installed, the PSC-764-1M camera is available with an extremely rugged protective water cooled jacket and air purge for use in harsh environments and accepts input for remote controlled activation of captured images, videos and alarms.

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