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Thermoteknix launches its new Multi-View system

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Thermoteknix has announced the launch of the ThermaScope HD Kiln and Cooler camera Multi-View system.

Thermoteknix launches its new Multi-View system

This powerful new measurement, recording and analysis system for Thermoteknix HD kiln and cooler cameras provides real time screen displays with picture-in-picture layouts to co-ordinate and continuously record video data and events. An innovative User Interface (UI) removes the need for typical Windows menu format to maximise the image presentation and to carry out temperature recording, I/O, Alarms and analysis in the background. Full OPC compliance gives seamless integration to plant automation and control without the need for custom programming.

With emphasis on interactive graphics, a continuously updating time line is shown which provides seamless access to past history allowing the User to scroll the kiln and or cooler video backwards or forwards in time to review, recall or compare fuel changes and events in the pyro process. ThermaScope Multiview software transforms today’s kiln camera imaging products into a continuous video on demand. This allows the Operator to navigate graphically through past events, viewing the kiln process as ongoing and illustrated in the timeline.

Multi-View provides the engineer with the ability to trend prospectively or retrospectively any point or area in the image by placing tools on the live (or historic) image to show the effects caused by changes in Operational parameters, fuel, combustion, kiln speed, or other factors affecting production and clinker quality.

Thermoteknix ThermaScope Multi-view provides a new dimension for Operator Control, image clarity, data access and analysis for live and past history, in the control room or plant wide.

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