- Wednesday, 01 March 2006
Mikron Infrared’s (Oakland, NJ) M7500 infrared camera is configurable for midwave or longwave infrared (MWIR/LWIR) imaging as well as four different temperature bands, without requiring cryogenic cooling. The M7500 can image in the MWIR bands of 3.9 microns (furnaces and boilers through flames) and 4.8 μm to 5.2 μm (for glass), across a temperature range of 400 °C to 1600 °C. The M7500 also features two standard temperature ranges of -40 °C to °120 °C, and 0 °C to 500 °C in 8-μm to 14-μm LWIR mode, which is designed for making thermal measurements independent of sunlight or factory lighting. The camera offers temperature measurement accuracy of ±2 °C for applications in glass, ceramics, food processing, paper, textiles, electronics, and hydrocarbon/ chemical processing. The M7500 includes a 320 × 240-element VOX microbolometer detector and 100Base-T Ethernet. It comes standard with NEMA 4 (IP67) housing rated for ambient temperatures of -15 °C to 50 °C; an optional high-temperature protective housing raises exposure rating to 100 °C.