Using Thermography in Machine Vision

Thermography in Machine Vision

Not just well-known IR cameras like Optris and Flir are supported by EyeVision software. EVT has also developed:

  • The ThermoCam LC: an infrared solution for the machine vision industry which is low-cost
  • The EyeCheck Thermo: the very first smart thermal imaging camera

EyeCheck Thermo

Die EyeCheck Thermo is the First Smart Thermal Imaging Camera

Features include:

  • Eight Inputs and Eight Outputs
  • RS232 & GigE interfaces
  • Additional LVDS interface
  • An M12 connector including IP65
  • Two Micro-USBs
  • mini-PCI Express
  • FPGA which is freely programmable
  • An integrated NUC Shutter
  • Image processing software from EyeVision
  • A thermal imaging command set
  • The following resolutions are available:
    • EC Thermo 800 with 320x240
    • EC Thermo 1000 with 640x480
  • Optional ZYNQ board:
    • Raze1-15 with 74k Logic Elements
    • Raze1-30 with 125k Logic Elements

ThermoCam LC

ThermoCam LC (TCLC) Features

  • As many as 100 images every second
  • Already pre-calibrated
  • There is only 0.2 k noise (NETD)
  • A measurement range of between -50 °C and +300 °C
  • A 16x4 pixel field of view
  • Optional opening angles of 40°, 60° or 120°

Applications for TCLC

  • Hot parts on a circuit board
  • Temperature measurements from a distance during critical processes
  • Measures surfaces’ temperature gradation
  • Assesses the distribution of temperature on silicium wafers during string soldering
  • The production of light weight construction trim parts

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by EVT Eye Vision Technology.

For more information on this source, please visit EVT Eye Vision Technology.


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