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Thermographic Technology

Thermal camera technology converts heat energy from the surface area of objects, into a visible light display. Thermal imaging is not reliant on light sources for visibility and can capture vision in high or poor visibility environments, day or night.

What Industries use Thermal Cameras

Thermal imaging cameras are used common in utility and industrial plants, however, with advances in technology and affordability we are seeing the technology being introduced in a range of applications and sectors.

  • Rail Maintenance
  • Mining 
  • Oil and gas
  • Building maintenace
  • Manufacturing 
  • Power grids
  • Road infrastructure
  • Marine 
  • Defence

No longer pigeonholed as a technology for extreme environments, the capabilities of thermal imaging are being explored in a wide range of applications.

  • Commercial Buildings
  • Spot electrical issues & monitor thermal performance
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  • Fire Prevention
  • Detect spot fires or
  • methanol fire
  • Border Control 
  • Identify fever in passengers
  • Parameter Detection
  • Monitoring and alarming
  • No Smoking Areas
  • Detect heat in small areas
  • Rail Maintenance
  • Spot issues with train

Madison is proud to be the Preferred Thermal Partner of network camera technology brand Mobotix.
 
NEWS: Hot new partnership agreement benefits Australian thermal users. Read more

Madison Technologies, along Mobotix, are the newest corporate supporters of the AusPTA. 
As an Industrial communications solutions provider, Madison’s involvement with the AusPTA will expose members to new products and industries. As well as broadening members’ understanding of the technologies available with the Mobotix thermal camera range, Madison is keen to educate and collaborate with members on Industrial thermal applications. http://auspta.asn.au/
 
 

Product Range

M15 Thermal Cameras

Thermal. Dual-Lens Camera. Detect And Identify.

The modular design of the M15 platform provides the ultimate in flexibility. The M15-Thermal is factory-fitted with a thermal image sensor for accurate movement detection over long distances in all lighting conditions. An additional (optional) image sensor is used to identify people and objects.

Thermal Radiometry (TR): The camera models with Thermal Radiometry (TR) are able to measure thermal radiation across the entire image area in order to trigger a camera alarm based on the temperature increasing above or decreasing below an individually set trigger level.

M15 Thermal Cameras

 

 

IP thermographic camera with L43, L65 or L135 thermal lens, optional connection of an additional optical 6MP sensor module (to be ordered individually)

Highly sensitive thermal image sensor: NETD typ. 50 mK, <79 mK, IR range 7.5 to 13.5 micrometer, uncooled micro bolometer, up to 9 frames per second • Image size (thermal): 336 x 252 pixels (can be scaled up) • IP66, -30 to 60° C (-22 to 140°F) • Internal DVR: 4 GB microSD • System components: speaker (microphone via sensor module), PIR sensor, temperature sensor, shock detector, MxActivitySensor, VarioFlex wall/ceiling mount (can be used with additional pole mount: MX-MH-SecureFlex-ESWS), ethernet patch cable 0.5 m/1.65 ft • Interfaces: Ethernet 10/100 (RJ45), MxBus, USB; IO and RS232 via additional Interface Box

L43 thermal lens, horizontal/vertical image angle 45° /32°
L65 thermal lens, horizontal/vertical image angle 25° /19° 
L135 thermal lens, horizontal/vertical image angle 17°/13°

M15 Thermal Camera with Thermal Radiometry

 

 

IP thermographic camera TR with Germanium Lens • Thermal radiometry (TR): calibrated thermal sensor for temperature events from -40 to 550°C (-40 to 1022°F) • NETD typ. 50 mK, <79 mK, IR range 7.5 to 13.5 micrometer, uncooled micro bolometer, up to 9 frames per second, 336 x 252 pixels (can be scaled up to 6MP) • Optional optical 6MP sensor module (to be ordered individually) • IP66, -30 to 60°C (-22 to 140°F) • Internal DVR: 4 GB microSD • System components: speaker (microphone via optional 6MP sensor module), PIR sensor, temperature sensor, shock detector, MxActivitySensor, VarioFlex wall/ceiling mount (can be used with additional pole mount: MX-MH-SecureFlex-ESWS), ethernet patch cable 0.5 m/1.65 ft • Interfaces: Ethernet 10/100 (RJ45), MxBus, USB; IO and RS232 via additional Interface Box.
 
B079 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 45°/32°
B119 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 25°/19°
B237 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 17°/13°
 

S15 Thermal Camera Modules

For The World’s First Flexible Dual Thermal Camera.

These thermal sensor modules are also designed for connection to the S15 camera (body), for example, for customer-specific special installations. Here, it is possible to connect two thermal sensor modules to a S15 Body in a very flexible way using max. 3 meter long cables for each module. MOBOTIX thermal cameras are designed for around-the-clock operation in industrial conditions. Just like for the M15-Thermal, there are different horizontal image angles available: 45°, 25° and 17° (with optional TR technology for temperature measurement).

PTMount Thermal Sensor Modules

 

 

PTMount-Thermal with integrated highly sensitive thermal image sensor for the S15 • NETD typ. 50 mK, <79 mK, IR range 7.5 to 13.5 micrometer, uncooled micro bolometer, up to 9 frames per second • Germanium Lens (included): L43, L65 or L135 • Image size: 336 x 252 pixels (can be scaled up to 6MP) • Operating conditions: IP66, -30 to 60°C (-22 to 140°F) • Camera connection via MOBOTIX sensor cable (2 m/6.6 ft, included) 

Colours: Black or White

Germanium Lens (included): 

-    L43, horizontal/vertical image angle 45°/32° 
-    L65, horizontal/vertical image angle 25°/19
-    L135, horizontal/vertical image angle 17°/13°

PTMount Thermal Sensor Modules with TR

 

 

PTMount-Thermal TR for the S15 • Thermal radiometry (TR): calibrated thermal sensor for temperature events from -40 to 550 °C (-40 to 1022°F) • NETD typ. 50 mK, <79 mK, IR range 7.5 to 13.5 micrometer, uncooled micro bolometer, up to 9 frames per second • Germanium Lens (2 m/6.6 ft, included): B079 equivalent, B119 equivalent or B237 equivalent • Image size: 336 x 252 pixels (can be scaled up to 6MP) • IP66, -30 to 60°C (-22 to 140°F) • Camera connection via MOBOTIX sensor cable (2m/6.6 ft, included) 

Colour: Black or White

Germanium Lens (included): 

-    B079 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 45°/32° 
-    B119 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 25°/19
-    B237 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 17°/13°

Thermal Sensor Modules

 

Suitable for: S15 (to be ordered individually) • Highly sensitive thermal image sensor: NETD typ. 50 mK, <79 mK, IR range 7.5 to 13.5 micrometer, uncooled micro bolometer, up to 9 frames per second • Germanium Lens (included): L43, L65 or L135 • Image size: 336 x 252 pixels (can be scaled up to 6MP) • IP66, -30 to 60°C (-22 to 140°F) • Housing: Black anodized aluminium • Camera connection via MOBOTIX sensor cable (max. 3 m/9.8 ft, to be ordered individually)

Germanium Lens (included): 

-    L43, horizontal/vertical image angle 45°/32° 
-    L65, horizontal/vertical image angle 25°/19
-    L135, horizontal/vertical image angle 17°/13°

Thermal Sensor Modules with TR

 

 

Thermal Sensor Module TR for the S15 • Thermal radiometry (TR): calibrated thermal sensor for temperature events from -40 to 550°C (-40 to 1022°F) • NETD typ. 50 mK, <79 mK, IR range 7.5 to 13.5 micrometer, uncooled micro bolometer, up to 9 frames per second • Germanium Lens (included): B079 equivalent, B119 equivalent or B237 equivalent • Image size: 336 x 252 pixels (can be scaled up to 6MP) • IP66, -30 to 60°C (-22 to 140°F) • Housing: Black anodized aluminium • Camera connection via MOBOTIX sensor cable (max. 3 m/9.8 ft, to be ordered individually)

Germanium Lens (included): 

-    B079 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 45°/32° 
-    B119 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 25°/19
-    B237 equivalent, horizontal/vertical image angle 17°/13°

> Thermal Camera Demonstration Videos: Playlist

   

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