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IR Thermography Camera is built for quality, sensitivity.
Press Release Summary:
December 20, 2012 -
Model R300SR series utilizes onboard function to realize multi-frame super resolution processing technology, which improves spatial resolution of thermal image by increasing pixel count to 4X pixel count of detector via software processing of multiple frames of image information. Used for such applications as detecting damaged areas within facility by temperature differences, camera offers temperature resolutions from 0.03°C over -40 to +500°C range to 0.025°C over -40 to +120°C range.
Original Press Release
Avio's New Model R300SR Infrared Thermography Camera
Press release date: November 15, 2012
Nippon Avionics Co., Ltd. (Head office: Tokyo, Japan, hereinafter Avio) introduced today the new Model R300SR series of High Image Quality, High Sensitivity Thermography Cameras to their popular R300 Series of Infrared Thermography Cameras. The new Model R300SR series cameras are equipped with a unique "onboard" function to realize the latest image processing technology called "multi-frame super resolution processing" developed by NEC Central Research Laboratories. Providing this feature inside the camera is a world first development.
The new Model R300SR series Super Resolution Technology improves the spatial resolution of the thermal image by increasing the pixel count to four times the pixel count of the detector by software processing of multiple frames of image information. This feature provides the customer's with "high quality thermal images at low cost" for applications such as the detection of damaged areas within a facility by temperature differences.