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About P50F thermal imaging camera - to see through flames Pramod 2/5/2008
Recently we use P50F thermal imaging camera with FLT option to measure the temp. of tubes in coal fired furnance to see through flames but could not succeed. We got the same type of Flame Images with P50 F as taken with P65 thermal imaging camera.

Can You suggest what could be reason for that when P50F is specially designed to see through flames.

Please find attatched the image taken from P50F


 
Re:About P50F thermal imaging camera - to see through flames TDLIR 2/5/2008
wrong wavelength. Your P50F most likely uses a 3.9 micron filter where your furnace may require a 10.6 micron filter.

Hope this answers your qustion.

Regards,

Sonny James
 
Re:About P50F thermal imaging camera - to see through flames John Snell 2/6/2008
Pramod wrote:
y we use P50F thermal imaging camera with FLT option to measure the temp. of tubes in coal fired furnance to see through flames but could not succeed. We got the same type of Flame Images with P50 F as taken with P65 thermal imaging camera.

Can You suggest what could be reason for that when P50F is specially designed to see through flames.

Please find attatched the image taken from P50F


From your image I would suggest you tighten the span and adjust the level so that you are seeing the tubes. Also, in similar work I've seen with various cameras, see attached, tubes can be seen but imaging near the flame path is tough regardless. You should be able to get good images with this system.
 


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