New Product: LumaSense Technologies thermal imaging cameras improve process control

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Product Briefing Outline: LumaSense Technologies has launched its Mikron M7604F and M7604G thermal imaging cameras. The Mikron M7604 camera is a versatile, fully-radiometric camera with high-temperature functionality making it the perfect tool for preventive maintenance inspections, radiometric inspections of internal furnaces and (M7604F) or temperature measurements of glass surfaces (M7604G) for improving process control and product quality.

Problem: There is a growing need for improved process control and realtime measurement and inspection to boost process yields and reduce unscheduled tool maintenance. The use of infrared (IR) light can provide robust, accurate sensors for demanding environments and applications.

Solution: The Mikron M7604 thermal imaging cameras are actually two cameras in one. In addition to low temperature radiometric imaging in the 8 to 14 micron wavelength range, each camera has its own specialized bandpass filter that enables accurate imaging through flames or of glass surfaces. Both the M7604F (for through-flame imaging) and M7604G (for glass surface imaging) have this capability. These cameras enable all the normal preventive maintenance infrared inspections and then easily toggle to the unique spectral filter for either through-flame or glass surface imaging.

Applications: Furnaces as well as for temperature measurements of glass surfaces.

Platform: The M7604 cameras include off-the-shelf batteries, IEEE 1394 (Firewire®) capability and MikroSpec 4.0 image processing software.

Availability: Currently available.

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