Bestech Australia introduces a compact industrial PC for infrared cameras of the thermoIMAGER TIM series from Micro-Epsilon.
The miniature PC simplifies the integration of the thermoIMAGER series of thermal imaging cameras into industrial production environments with the built-in features ensuring seamless operation.
The TIM NetBox replaces the standard PC/laptop used in industrial thermography applications, enabling thermal imaging cameras to be used as standalone solutions for measuring and monitoring tasks.
The TIM NetBox can also function as a translator between the camera and an Ethernet network. Users can integrate their own software to customise process monitoring. The built-in watchdog feature uses intelligent self-monitoring to protect the measurement process from interference.
The TIM NetBox can be supplied with an optional IP65 protective housing, making it ideal for the process monitoring of automation and OEM applications.
The TIM NetBox system is based on a COM-Express mini embedded board with an Intel Atom Z530 processor, 2GB SSD and 512 MB RAM. Connections include 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x mini USB, VGA/Video, Gigabit Ethernet, and one micro SD card slot (up to 32 GB). The system boasts an extensive supply voltage range of 8 - 48 VDC and comes with Windows XP Professional. The mini PC supports a frame rate of up to 120 Hz.
Bestech Australia is the exclusive distributor of Micro-Epsilon in Australia and New Zealand.