The Texas Thermal Interface: A real-time computer interface for an Inframetrics infrared camera

Storek, D.J.; Gentle, K.W.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p726
Academic Journal
Reports on the development of the Texas Thermal Interface (TTI) to provide computer control and direct memory access for storage of the digital images. Features of the model 600 and 700 series Thermal Imagers; Specific circuit implementation; Use of system to measure heat fluxes to the plasma-facing components in a tokamak.


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