Lenox's FireSight Diagnostic System allows users to view and record real-time color video images of high-temperature processes
Lenox Instrument Company’s water-cooled, portable FireSight Diagnostic System is an economical way to view and record real-time color video images of combustion and other high-temperature processes. With this mobile system, operators can use one unit for diagnostics, testing, monitoring and recording of several individual furnace functions, operating at any level, and using any available 2-1/8-inch (54.0 mm) opening.
The water-cooled, FireSight Diagnostic System is entirely self-contained, consisting of an air purge filtration and power system and eight-inch CCD color monitor packaged in a durable case with telescoping handle and wheels. The system’s water-cooled FireSight furnace lens assembly comes in standard lengths of 24 inches or 36 inches, with special lengths available up to 120 inches, in either direct or right-angle view configurations, and is capable of operating trouble-free in temperatures up to 3,800°F (2,093°C). An optional mini-digital video recorder for documentation is also available.
FireSight Diagnostic Systems' light volume control allows the operator to easily adjust the amount of light transmitted to the camera, eliminating the bloom common with other systems and ensuring a high-resolution color image from initial light off to maximum load. The system also features quartz optics that withstand temperatures up to 1,200°F (649°C) higher than glass lenses used in other systems.