The new calibir gxm640 radiant thermal camera can capture sensitive and accurate temperature data
Teledyne DALSA’s Calibir GXM640 radiometric thermal camera
The body temperature of most areas of the whole face can be measured and the average value can be calculated. Readings inside the eyes and around the ear holes provide the best judgment for detecting temperature and fever.
Waterloo, Canada, April 202020 (Global Newswire) — a global leader in digital imaging technology, Teledyne DALSA of Teledyne technologies [NYSE: TDY] is pleased to release the latest long wave infrared (LWIR) camera – calibirtm GXM series. Calibir GXM camera adopts VGA 17um micro radiant heat detector technology developed by Teledyne DALSA, which can provide excellent infrared imaging performance with high sensitivity, high dynamic range support and factory calibrated radiation performance. Calibir can provide accurate and repeatable measurement results for important applications, such as temperature and fever screening.
“As a key component of a well-designed thermal imaging system, the new gxm640 can help detect body surface temperature rise and be used for temperature burn screening. Its compact shape and precise structure enable integrators to choose from more than a dozen lenses and a range of output solutions,” commented Jean brunelle, product manager of calibir series. “In addition to the medical and health field, calibir GXM series can also be used in many other industrial monitoring areas requiring radiation measurement, such as welding, sintering, baking, smelting and fire protection.”
Calibir gxm640 supports two operations: shutter and no shutter. After power on, it can quickly output images and provide uniform response over the whole operating temperature range. This performance makes calibir gxm640 perfect for thermal imaging applications requiring continuous image acquisition. Teledyne DALSA’s own microbolometer improves the noise equivalent temperature difference (NETD) and updates the calibration package for customized gain correction for each lens, so it can provide better image performance and response uniformity. These new modules provide higher performance, which can help machine vision scenes requiring synchronization in running detection systems, and can also be applied to national defense and security applications requiring lower NETD and camera networking.