Bestech releases short-wave infrared camera for high temperature measurements of metal surfaces

Bestech Australia has introduced a new range of infrared cameras
designed to deliver fast measurements and high resolution thermographic images
of hot metal surfaces.

The new infrared camera thermoIMAGER TIM M1 features a spectral range of
0.92 – 1.1 µm as well as a new CMOS detector developed by German manufacturer
Micro-Epsilon that allows a high resolution of 764 x 480 pixels and fast
measurements.

The new thermal imagers offer a continuous temperature measuring range from
450¡C to 1,800¡C, image frequency up to 1kHz and different resolution/image
frequency modes. Unlike other thermal imaging cameras in its class, the entire
temperature measuring range can be used without any sub-ranges making the thermoIMAGER
TIM M1 much more flexible in many applications as the user does not need to
switch between different measuring ranges.

The new thermoIMAGER TIM M1 thermal imagers are recommended for temperature
monitoring in hardening and forming processes of metals.

Distributed by Bestech Australia, the short-wave
high dynamic infrared camera offers an excellent price/performance ratio. 

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