Thermal imaging camera TIM G7 specialised for glass industry

Bestech Australia introduces a new range of thermal imaging cameras from Micro-Epsilon specially tailored to requirements in the glass industry.  The new thermoIMAGER G7 is an industrial thermal imaging camera featuring a spectral range of 7.9µm to reliably measure even thin glass sheets.

Similar to all TIM models, the license-free analysis software of G7 is equipped with a line scan feature that enables the monitoring of thermal processes even with difficult fields of vision.

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