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Temperature test

EVT Multi-Thermal Inspector

The EVT Smart Multi-Thermal Inspector (MTI) can monitor an arbitrary number of areas for their correct temperature. Additionally a warning can be issued, when the temperature is too high or too low.

The system is based on the EyeVision software and is easily adapted to your applications. The hardware includes the EmSys computing unit and a thermal imaging camera of the supported makers such as e.g. Optris, Flir, etc.


Definition of selection areas

For the definition of the monitored areas different selection forms can be used. Besides the standard circle and rectangle also a freely oriented rectangle and a freely definable polygon are available. The user can define an arbitrary number of inspection windows.

Several cameras can be connected to the MTI and the statistic feature allows to keep an overview on measurement values and processes.

Features Multi-Thermal Inspector

for thermal imaging cameras by Flir and OptrisInterfaces: GigE, USB, RS232, RS485
easy integration into:


  • Tracker system
  • SPS
communication protocol for:


  • Profinet
  • OPC UA
  • Modbus
  • UDP & TCP/IP
Stand-alone systemHeadless system

 Interfaces and protocols

The system can communicate via the hardware interfaces with a tracker-system as well as with SCADA or a PLC. With the communication protocols such as Profinet, Modbus, TCP/IP & UDP the system can communicate with the machine.

Gray/ Color image capture extention

An optional gray-/color image capture extention of the system is also possible and allows the user to capture and evaluate gray scale and color images in addition to the thermal images. For example OCR, DMC, QR, bar code, which cannot be captured with thermal imaging. Also possible is the inspection of a display, for example a LED which cannot only be inspected for the correct temperature but also for its color.

Monitoring moving objects

Even the monitoring of moving objects in the field of view can be solved with a search command, which findes structures in the field of view. All further evaluations can then be carried out at the detected position.