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Hotspot Detection System

Some critical electrical and mechanical installations in manufacturing companies and utilities are monitored 24/7 with a thermal imaging camera. Heat buildup indicates poor equipment health and possible impending failure. With a fixed-mounted thermal imaging camera, you don’t need to rely on periodic inspections. Instead, the camera can monitor several pieces of equipment simultaneously, sending temperature data to your asset data historian and activating alarms if temperature thresholds are exceeded. Industrial thermal automation sensors provide multi-zone, wide-area, non-contact, continuous temperature monitoring of assets. This temperature data can be combined with vibration, current, dissolved gas, and many other types of sensor data so that companies can gain deep insight into their asset health. Electric utilities that are successful doing this can improve the reliability of their grid, lower operational, capital costs while extending asset life and prevent from major accidents like fire.

Select Your Applications

  • OHE (Over-Head Equipment)
  • Metal Thinning
  • Coal Pile Monitoring
  • Sub-Station Monitoring
  • Waste Bunker Monitoring
  • Cement Kiln Shell Monitoring
  • Ladle Monitoring / Casting Units
  • PCB Manufacturing / Testing
  • Defogger Testing
  • Human Body Temperature Checking
  • AC / DC Motors
  • Fire Sensitive Area
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