Complete process monitoring through an integrated thermal imaging system with real-time infrared thermal data collection and designed software intelligence. Complete automation and control utilizing FLIR infrared thermal cameras.
Emitted Energy has created a complete process monitoring solution utilizing integrated thermal imaging systems. With real-time infrared thermal data collection and designed software intelligence, these systems depict out of control process limits with analytical trending for analysis and smart decision making. The systems can connect to your existing PLC’s to communicate with your machinery, thus gaining control of your process, preventing unwanted issues and wasted scrap. Utilizing FLIR infrared thermal cameras, these systems will provide the best and most reliable information allowing you to optimize your quality needs. For complete automation and control, go with the ultimate thermal machine vision solution configured for complete process control.
The Versatile TPMS provides the best of both worlds from the Travel and the Integrated systems. Get a high-performance software package that you can bring around to multiple pieces of equipment.
For a fully integrated system, go with the Integrated TPMS. Add a seamless thermal camera system to your existing or new equipment for complete process monitoring and control.
|Thermal Process Monitoring System Option|
|High Performance Computer|
|Industrial Touchscreen HMI|
|Premium Travel Case|
|Portable Camera Mounting Options|
|Hard Mount Cameras|
|Plug & Play Camera Connections|
|Multiple Machine Programs|
|Data output to CSV|
|24V Digital I/O Communication / Interface|
|Machine PLC Integration|
|Connect with External Sensors|
|Easy Region of Interest Modification|
|Advanced Vision Tools|
Automated Inspection Click here for details
The thermal process monitoring system (TPMS) automated inspection package includes the required software and programming for automated processes. This is a machine vision solution integrated with the equipment to monitor the process as it happens. The automated inspection package provides the option to halt the entire process and wait for supervisor inspection. Data is also recorded and retained for later analysis. Typical applications include weld monitoring, inspection processes and parts verification.
Condition Monitoring Click here for details
The thermal process monitoring system (TPMS) condition monitoring package includes the required software and programming to monitor a process that may be constant and you are looking for anything varying from normal state. This package is typical for preventing expensive stops in production due to failure by identifying a problem as it develops. Mechanical and electrical equipment are the kinds typically monitored to identify and prevent dangerous and costly situations.
Process Control Click here for details
Process control provides data to ensure that production line products are meeting the required specifications of temperature and shape. By measuring temperatures one can control and improve the overall production process.
Fire Prevention & Detection Click here for details
Many types of production materials are exothermic. It is important to be equipped with systems that will detect when such materials internal temperatures reach a point of igniting. This is a crucial safety measure in preventing building fires.
Hot Spot Detection
Electrical or mechanical installations tend to get hot before they fail. A small electrical problem can have sever consequences not only can production break down, but sparks can literally fly, resulting in a dangerous fire. By monitoring electrical and mechanical installations 24/7, thermal cameras can help to avoid fires.
Combustible Pile Monitoring
Storage of some material brings along the risk of spontaneous fires. As always, prevention is better than cure. A thermal camera from FLIR can help to ensure safety and detect spontaneous self combustion. The system provides a cost-effective solution for continuous, remote monitoring of temperatures. Typical examples are coal piles, wood chips, ore milling, fertilizers, etc.