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Take a Tour Around The IMAGEPro Version 2 Software Interface

IMAGEPro V2 is the leading process control software for thermal imaging systems. Giving detailed control over thermal imaging measurements and allowing enhanced application analysing and process control.

The latest software enhancements lets users use a single or multiple thermal imaging camera, for use in a range of industries such as; glass, hydrocarbon processing, industrial processing, minerals, power generation, steel and more.

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Example: Live thermal image of slag scimming/deslagging application

The temperature reading of each pixel from the thermal image is extracted from the specific region of interest (ROI) typically providing the minimum, average and maximum live temperatures. With multiple ROI’s defined and the advanced data processing, the measurement is processed quickly and accurately and then made available to the process monitoring and control systems.

Based on the market leading IMAGEPro thermal imaging and process control software, AMETEK Land’s smart thermal imagers and systems are designed to be easily integrated into new or existing plant control and data management systems. A wide variety of digital and analog interfacing options enables online bi-directional communication and data provision, prepared for Cloud Data handling and Industry 4.0.

IMAGEPro contains a powerful integrated communications platform which allows the software to communicate with other systems, communication can be visual (such as the IMAGEPro Online or Video Stream), an electrical communication through various analog and digital IO Modules or a data exchange via ethernet protocols such as Modbus TCP, OPC UA or TCP/IP commands. Outputs are not exclusive to either approach, meaning you can output the same data via Modbus or I/O if needed. 

The available communication options for IMAGEPro V2 are as follows;

IMAGEPro Online

Online video stream

I/O-Modules (Multiple)

For analog and digital in- and outputs


Modbus TCP is a standardised protocol built on top of TCP and is widely used for data communications


TCP/IP Commands is a custom protocol built on top of TCP/IP


OPC UA is a standardised protocol widely used for data communications

All interfacing and communications can be accessed and configured in the software integrated “Data Pairing” option, providing an easy and clear interface configuration.

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IMAGEPro Data Pairing configuration

Click here to learn more about IMAGEPro Version 2


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