New: Digital compact pyrometers with motorized focus for non-contact temperature measurement from 200 °C to 3000 °C
DIAS Infrared extends its range of pyrometers with the new PYROSPOT series 55. The new digital compact pyrometers in stainless steel housing (IP65, diameter 50 mm) are specially designed for industrial use. They are suitable for temperature measurements above 200 ° C, for example on metals, graphite or ceramics. A special feature of these pyrometers is the vario optics with motor focus. If the devices are installed in hard-to-reach places, the user can easily adjust the focus via interface and software. With a minimum response time of only 2 ms (t95), the devices can also be used for fast measurement tasks. On the back of the device is a clearly readable OLED display for displaying the measured temperature and other parameters.
The exact alignment of the pyrometers on the measurement object is possible with an integrated laser aiming light. Alternatively, an integrated color video camera can be used. This video camera facilitates installation in difficult local conditions, where the pyrometer is difficult to reach or the measurement object is not visible. Optionally, a through-lens sighting is available.
With the temperature linear standard output signal of 0/4 to 20 mA, the pyrometers can be easily integrated into existing measurement and control systems. The pyrometers have also a galvanically isolated RS-485 interface. Therefore the devices are bus compatible and use the Modbus RTU protocol. Connection in local networks can be supported by an Ethernet interface box.
The pyrometers can be parameterized via the digital interface with the PYROSOFTSpot software. Alternatively, motor focus and the emissivity or ratio correction parameter can also be set directly on the device using the buttons and the display.
The PYROSPOT DS 55N and DG 55N are suitable for temperature measurements from 550 °C to 3000 °C (spectral range 0.8 µm to 1.1 µm) or 200 °C or 2500 °C (spectral range 1.5 µm to 1.8 µm) respectively. The ratio pyrometer PYROSPOT measures temperatures from 500 ° C to 3000 ° C in two closely spaced spectral ranges between 0.7 μm and 1.1 μm and enables almost emisivity-independent temperature measurement.
These new pyrometers PYROSPOT series 55 will be presented for the first time from June 25th, 2019 at the trade fair THERMPROCESS (Düsseldorf, booth D78, hall 10).