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Ethernet Thermal Camera

The OSXL-101 is a compact infrared thermal imaging sensor using a thermopile array detector. The OSXL-101 sensor measures real-time temperature and a thermal image up to 300°C. Ethernet connectivity allows the sensor to communicate with the PC running the application software or customers LAN.

Functions

Monitoring Mode: The temperature data is transmitted continuously by a command from the PC
Capturing Mode: The temperature data is transmitted row-by-row horizontally by a command from a PLC, etc. 
Connectivity: Up to 4 sensors can be connected to a PC via LAN and viewer software allows you to monitor thermal images, measuring temperature and alarms.


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Specifications
Temperature Range: -20 to 300°C 
Working Temp: -10 to 50°C 
Working RH: 10 to 80% RH (no dew condensation)
Temperature Resolution: 0.5°C
Accuracy: ±2% of reading or ±3°C whichever larger (at ambient temp of 25°C ±2°C)
Detector: Thermopile array, 48 x 47 pixels
Wavelength: Centre wavelength 10 µm
Viewable Angle: 60°x 60°
Radius Resolution: 21.8 mrad
Frame Speed: 3 fps (1 fps for alarm output)
Focus: Fixed focus
Max 2VA @ 12 Vdc


Application Software Requirements

OS: Windows® 2000 (SP4 or later)/ XP/Vista (Windows XP or later recommended) NET Framework 2.0 or later (required)
Memory
Windows 2000/XP: 1 GB recommended (512 MB or more)
Windows Vista: 2 GB or more recommended
CPU
Windows 2000/XP: 1.5 GHz or faster recommended
Windows Vista: 2 GHz or faster recommended
Basic Function When the LAN settings are completed correctly between a PC and the thermal image sensor and the LAN communication is established, thermal image screen will appear. The thermal images up to 4 sensors can be displayed with this application software, and the simultaneous display for 4 images and the individual display for each sensor can be switched. 
Various Settings of Sensor LAN settings/alarm settings of the sensors/emissivity setting
Data Storage Image temperature data storage (temperature data/csv for 2256 pixels)/ Thermal image screen storage (JPEG) 
Image Processing Screen averaging/spatial smoothing/ median filter/rotation/maximum and minimum values indications
Trend Graph By specifying a graph area, data can be displayed by the trend graph and the graph data can be stored by setting. (max 8 areas)

Alarm Settings by the Application Software

  • By specifying a zone, alarms can be set (max 8 areas)
  • The zone alarm as set in the application software is separate and in addition to alarms set in the sensor

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