Arrow Technology, the leader in thermal imaging, demonstrated its multi-spectral sensor capabilities, leading chip R&D platform, multi-dimensional perception and AI algorithm development capabilities at MEE 2023.
InfiRay will be showcasing its innovative technology and thermal imaging products at the event from March 7th to 9th at Stand C29, Hall 4, Dubai World Trade Center, UAE.
With the world’s leading technology, InfiRay released the world’s first 8μm 1920×1080 uncooled infrared detector in 2021. For the power industry, InfiRay has developed a variety of thermal imaging solutions for users’ pain points, which can provide an overall monitoring and detection system.
In this year’s MEE, Infinity has brought a variety of handheld thermal imaging cameras including C/M/P/T/S series, covering the detection and observation needs of different distances and FOVs. The unique intelligent inspection function can effectively optimize the tedious tasks such as inspection route planning and data collection after inspection. The new product S1280, with a resolution of 1280×1080, is the ultimate choice for high-definition thermal imaging.
InfiRay provides a variety of thermal imaging cameras with electric focus, fixed focus, and card size. It monitors the target temperature on site in real time, and gives timely warnings to aging and heating equipment, saving energy and reducing consumption. The networking of AT20/30 card-type thermal imaging cameras can effectively help users monitor the situation of electrical cabinets in real time and prevent problems such as overheating and fire.
In addition, there are also the cost-effective C200, the portable and compact pocket thermal imager P200, and the PX1 with rich waterproof, dustproof and drop-proof functions—— trade arab news agency