The OSXL-101 is a compact infrared
thermal imaging sensor utilizing a
thermopile array detector. The
OSXL-101 Series can now measures realtime
temperature and a thermal
image up to 800°C (1472°F). Ethernet
connectivity allows the sensor to
communicate with the PC running
the application software or
FUNCTIONS Monitoring Mode: The temperature data is outputted continuously by a
command from the PC Capturing Mode: The temperature data is outputted row-by-row horizontally
by a command from 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.
SPECIFICATIONS Temp Range: -20 to 300°C (-4 to 572°F) standard, 100 to 800°C (212 to 1472 °F) high temperature version. Working Temp: -10 to 50°C (14 to 122°F) 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: Center wavelength 10ìm Viewable Angle: 60°x 60° (OSXL-101) or 25°x 25° (OSXL-101-25); Radius Resolution: 21.8 mrad Frame Speed: 3 fps (1 fps for alarm output) Focus: Fixed focus Emissivity: 0.10 to 1.00 Ethernet: 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX Alarm: 2 SPST (non-voltage contact output) Power Supply: 9 to 30 Vdc Power Consumption: Max 2VA @ 12 Vdc Inrush Current: Max 1.3A @ 12 Vdc (The inrush current should be considered for the selection of power) Casing: Polycarbonate (color: black) Weight: Approx. 150 g (5.2 oz) (sensor only) Protection: NEMA 4 (IP65) (with provided exclusive cable and tripod screw) Standards: CE (EN61326 Annex A)
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 SensorLAN 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 are separate and in addition to alarms set in the sensor
All dollar amounts on this site are shown in Canadian currency.Note: Comes complete with operator’s manual, software CD, mounting stand, power supply, LAN cable, power/alarm cable, mounting screws and plugs, lens and connector caps. Ordering Example: (1) OSXL-101 Fixed mount thermal imager, CAD2,490.00