Opgal unveils new image processor
Opgal Optronic Industries has introduced a new image processor designed to significantly improve the clarity of thermal images, the company announced on 29 March.
Opgal Eye-Q delivers high-quality thermal images for a number of applications, including surveillance and optical gas imaging, where gas leaks can be noted in the air.
According to the company, the processing methods allow very fine details of the image to be visible, increasing the detection of small objects and previously undiscernible details; with the technology providing consistent imaging at all target temperatures.
The processor has been developed in response to demand for image quality as good as - or better than that of - CCD colour daylight cameras, with zero light and all weather capabilities.
Opgal Eye-Q has been built into the new Sii OP dual channel thermal camera system and is also available as an optional feature with several other Opgal systems.
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