LumaSpec R/T software provides intuitive image and data display tools to understand the thermal characteristics of their processes, equipment, and products using LumaSense Mikron M7500, MC320, and MCS640 thermal imaging cameras. Display tools allow users to view thermal snapshots,
real time camera feeds, captured sequences, or temperature profiles over larger areas or pinpoint locations. A few features and characteristics include:
- Profitability: Improve yield minimizes waste by minimizing the time to corrective action
- Production: Cut unscheduled downtime with early detection of process and equipment problems
- Optimization: Improve resource use and efficiency with full automation
- Quality: Improve value with detection and removal of process defects
- Safety: Reduce hazards with early detection and warning of anomalies
LumaSpec R/T software provides a vast array of graphing and analysis tools to characterize thermal data over distance, area, and time to thoroughly understand the temperature features of their subject matter. The software’s analysis tools let users quickly validate theory, isolate areas of specific interest, or identify uses for monitoring and alerts.
Ease of use and reliability are also said to be cornerstones of LumaSpec R/T’s temperature monitoring tools. Dedicated temperature monitoring windows with the always on-top option ensures users will have at-a-glance security in knowing their process is under control. In a single click, users can take any analysis tool and make it a monitoring tool or set them up on the fly. Users can seamlessly integrate and access monitoring tools with the optional Analog or OPC output modules.
Lastly, LumaSpec R/T’s Alarm tools make sure users know when temperatures are not what they should be. Alarm Tools let users setup on-screen alerts or optional digital outputs to reduce time to corrective action to maximize safety and product yield. Combining multiple alarms to validate deviations and eliminate false alerts ensures operator confidence.
LumaSense’s thermal imaging solutions are said to offer flexible configuration options for single or multiple camera models. The system can be set up by connecting multiple cameras (up to 24 models simultaneously depending on the purchased package) to a network device (switch) or by connecting the camera directly to a dedicated computer using a cross-over Ethernet cable. The camera can also be used with a desktop or rack mount PC or with a notebook PC for a mobile measuring system.
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