17 March 2008 High temperature IR-imager with wide dynamic range for industrial process control
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State of the art IR-Imager in the near infrared spectral range for monitoring high temperatures in industrial applications are characterized by a number of small measurement ranges. Scenes with a high temperature contrast require several measures switching between these ranges and result in pictures with under range and saturated parts. A newly developed high temperature IR-Imager with a spectral range in the near infrared provides a wide dynamic range by utilizing specialized signal processing. A continuous temperature measurement range from 600°C up to 1500°C is realized with a resolution of 640x480 points and a measuring frequency of 25Hz. Each resulting image contains the full dynamic range and is transmitted via a Fast Ethernet interface in real time.
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Uwe Hoffmann, Uwe Hoffmann, G. Hofmann, G. Hofmann, D. Wassilew, D. Wassilew, N. Heß, N. Heß, M. Zimmerhackl, M. Zimmerhackl, } "High temperature IR-imager with wide dynamic range for industrial process control", Proc. SPIE 6939, Thermosense XXX, 693903 (17 March 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.777530; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.777530
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