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Ircon has announced its Maxline 2 system is available with a camera link interface supporting multiple thermal imaging cameras for a variety of automated process control and inspection applications.

The system software has a built-in input/output relay and networking capabilities, enabling users to manage multiple processes and communicate with other systems, if needed, for greater interoperability and control.

The Maxline 2 infrared thermal imaging system is suitable for temperature measurement, thermal monitoring and process inspection in the manufacturing and research fields.

Dedicated Maxline 2 systems are available for specialised applications, such as automated image analysis, fibre-optic preform inspection, and torpedo car inspection.

Each system offers automatic calibration, ambient temperature and motion correction features, providing an accurate and repeatable perspective of process operations.

The Maxline 2 system with camera link interface is a complete package consisting of all the hardware and cable assemblies required to operate the Maxline 2 thermal imaging camera when interfaced with a camera link frame grabber.

The kit provides power, serial communication, composite video and 14-bit digital video to and from the camera.

The Maxline 2 camera is a compact, sealed (Nema 4 – IP67 rated), stainless steel enclosed unit with no external moving parts.

The rugged camera housing is suitable for environments such as steel mills, glass plants and other industrial facilities.

An accessory enclosure keeps the camera cool and its lens clean in extremely harsh environments.

A full range of accessories, such as air purge and water-cooling options, are available for use in hostile locations.

This allows the Maxline 2 system to operate with minimal maintenance.

The camera has five temperature ranges and multiple wavelengths, and is able to process full-image (320 x 240 pixels) temperature radiometry at 60 frames per second.

Fast frame rate and special algorithms allow temperature measurement of moving processes.

Utilising Maxline 2 image capture routines, image data secured by the software can be viewed instantaneously, played back at a later time, or sent directly to an SQL database depending on the application software selected.

Up to 50 separate temperature measurements can be acquired from each captured thermal image.

Our mission is to be the leading supplier of infrared, noncontact, industrial temperature measurement instruments in the world.

We strive to develop instruments that improve the productivity, reliability, and efficiency of our customer’s processes and maintenance activities and, ultimately, the quality of their products and services. We use profit as a measure for creating a company where people can develop and use their skills in an exciting, challenging and rewarding environment.

Founded in 1963, Raytek designs, manufactures, markets and services a complete line of infrared, noncontact temperature measurements instruments for industrial, process control and maintenance applications. In addition to our worldwide headquarters in Santa Cruz, Calinfornia USA, European headquarters in Berlin, Germany and our China headquarters in Beijing, China, Raytek has regional offices around the globe and is represented by a worldwide network of authorized distributors.

In 2007, Ircon joined Raytek to offer a complete IR solution to our customers.

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