FLIR Systems Australia launches new generation of A320 fix-mounted infrared cameras for business and industry.
The new, compact ThermoVision A320-series can be installed easily anywhere to monitor production processes, safeguard production plants and measure temperature developments that enable to assessment of situations.
Fix-mounted infrared cameras are used for a growing number of applications:
- Monitor production processes on the manufacturing floor,
- Acquiring research data in labs, and
- providing safety inside or outside buildings.
The FLIR A320-series have standard interfaces for easy deployment and connection to back-end systems and network via Gigabit Ethernet. It keeps a watch on production sites with its infrared eye, spotting anything that is incorrect. It locates abnormalities before they become costly and potentially life-threatening failures. The camera, then, triggers an alarm.
The ThermoVision A320-series infrared camera is equipped with an extensive range of measurement, analysis and communication features which enables them to perform an automatic control, monitoring and messaging. It features a comprehensive set of input, output and connectivity options, including Power over Ethernet (an industry first), MPEG 4 video streaming and automatic file and e-mail messaging.
The ThermoVision A320-series comes with an elaborate standard software package for easy installation and control including camera configuration utilities, remote control and motorized focus. The IR Monitor software can link up to nine cameras for simultaneous monitoring.
The A320-series will be available with a new version of the FLIR Systems ThermaCAM Researcher software for advanced temperature measurement and analysis functions, including isotherms, line profiles, area histograms and image subtraction capability.