Thermal-Imaging Sensor

Jan. 13, 2011
The OSXL-101 infrared thermal-imaging sensor uses a thermopile array detector to measure real-time temperature and a thermal image up to 300°C (572°F)

The OSXL-101 infrared thermal-imaging sensor uses a thermopile array detector to measure real-time temperature and a thermal image up to 300°C (572°F). An Ethernet connection lets the sensor communicate with the PC running the application software or customer’s LAN. The unit has 2,256‑pixel resolution, built-in alarms, and a mounting stand with a ball-socket fitting for full range of motion.

Omega Engineering Inc., One Omega Dr., Stamford, CT 06907, (203) 359-1660, www.omega.com

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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