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Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras

Range of thermal cameras with spectral wavelength targeting an application from molten metal, metal, glass and non metal.

Find the best thermal camera for your application

infrared thermal imaging camera - Secondary Steel Processing

Temperature range: 450-1800°C
Spectral range: 0.85 – 1.1 μm
Resolution: 764 x 480 pixels

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Temperature range: 900-2450°C
Spectral range: 500-540 nm
Resolution: 764 x 480 pixels

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Temperature range: 575-1900°C
Spectral range: 780 – 820 nm
Resolution: 764 x 480 pixels

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Entry level industrial grade camera for continuous online measurements for non metal applications

 

Temperature range: -20-1500°C
Spectral range: 8 – 14 µm
Resolution: 640 x 480 pixels

3x4-20 mA/ 0-10 V
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Android
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Entry level industrial grade camera for continuous online measurements for non metal applications

Temperature range: -20-900°C
Spectral range: 8 – 14 µm
Resolution: 80 x 80 pixels

3x4-20 mA/ 0-10 V
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Android
USB

For condition based monitoring and various other non metal applications including features like hotspot detection

Temperature range: -20-1500°C
Spectral range: 8 – 14 µm
Resolution: 382 x 288 pixels

3x4-20 mA/ 0-10 V
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Android
USB

Precision and Clarity: Introducing Thermal Imaging Cameras by Manglam Electricals

Manglam Electricals introduces advanced high-resolution, high-temperature infrared thermal cameras sourced from Optris, a renowned manufacturer based in Germany.
Our lineup of infrared thermal imagers is tailored for industrial applications, offering fully radiometric stationary thermographic systems with an exceptional price-performance ratio. These thermal imaging cameras seamlessly connect to a PC via USB, ready for immediate use. Temperature data is efficiently displayed through user-friendly, license-free analysis software.

Redefining industry standards with best thermal imaging camera

Our infrared thermal imaging camera systems excel in automatically detecting localized hotspots, enabling the identification of environmental weaknesses before they escalate into faults or breakdowns. This proactive approach helps prevent costly downtime, enhancing operational efficiency.
Furthermore, our best thermal imaging camera systems accurately track peak temperature profiles during industrial processes, optimizing heating procedures and reducing energy consumption.
Manufactured in Germany, our range of thermal cameras price, worth the value are built to withstand harsh ambient conditions, including high temperatures, dust, and steam, ensuring reliable and high-precision temperature measurements even in challenging environments.

What are the applications of a Thermal Camera?

The applications of infrared thermography cameras are very varied and range from the maintenance of electrical equipment through quality assurance of workpieces and on to the control of processes in various industrial sectors. Depending on the application, the thermal imaging cameras with different optics, resolutions and image frequencies are available.

Applications and Benefits of Infrared Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging finds several applications in the industry, primarily focused on safety, quality control, and maintenance:

Case Studies

Heating Special wavelength camera to minimize the influence of emissivity adjustment…

Infrared cameras are ideal for benchtop testing – validate thermal models of prototypes…

FAQs on Thermal Imaging Camera

What is an Infrared Thermal Imaging Camera?
Thermal imaging cameras take images of the surroundings – these may be moving or static. Whilst traditional cameras gather light, which is visible for the human eye, IR cameras work in a higher wavelength region, in order to measure the temperature of the surface based on the detected radiation. The thermal images taken in this way can be recalculated to present a temperature image of the recorded object.
What is an IR thermal image?
A thermal image is a false color representation that allows the various temperatures to be visualized using various colors in a clear way. This allows the user to identify warm or cold areas very easily based on the image. Using associated software, the infrared cameras can take on different applications, so for example detecting hotspots or line scanning through tiny slits.
What makes infrared thermal imaging useful?
The usage of thermal cameras in industrial settings arises from their convenience in non-contact temperature measurement and the high level of accuracy they offer. Infrared cameras exhibit a notable sensitivity to thermal variations, making them exceptionally well-suited for a wide range of applications essential across various industries that demand reliable thermal imaging capabilities.