Infrared cameras target machine vision and processing monitoring applications
Featuring an uncooled 384 x 288 a-Si microbolometer with a 25 µm pixel size, the CX320 LWIR cameras target machine vision, process monitoring, and bench top research and development applications.
Featuring an uncooled 384 x 288 a-Si microbolometer with a 25 µm pixel size, the CX320 LWIR cameras target machine vision, process monitoring, and bench top research and development applications. The cameras feature an 8 – 14 µm spectral range, Ethernet data output, and a thermography analysis software package for Windows XP/7/8 machines. Various models of the camera are available with different focal lengths, all of which are offered as complete systems with cables, optics, power supplies, and software. The CX320 cameras can operate as an Ethernet enabled workstation where data streams from the camera to a host computer running the software, or users can set up the camera with custom on-screen display of data and thermography tools on the analog NTSC/PAL video output. The infrared cameras, which are manufactured by Cox in Korea, are available in the United States through Sierra-Olympic Technologies.
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Headquarters: Hood River, OR, USA
Product: CX320 infrared cameras
Key Features: 384 x 288 uncooled a-Si microbolometer focal plane array, 25 µm pixel size, thermography analysis software, 8 – 14 µm spectral range
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