With the new ratio pyrometer, the CSvision R2M, it is possible to provide precise non-contact temperature measurements from 250 °C to 1400 °C at variable distances. The novelty of the CSvision series is the switchable two-stage brightness reduction filter, which makes it easy to aim and focus on very bright objects.
The CSvision R2M has a temperature measuring range of 250 °C to 1400 °C, is also equipped with a motorised focus and has an optical resolution of 75:1 and a spectral range of 1.35 µm to 1.75 µm.
The ratio pyrometer can be used in adverse environments from 0 °C up to 60 °C without additional cooling. Due to the dual-channel measuring principle, the CSvision is largely insensitive to dust, steam and dirty viewing windows.
The pyrometer optris CTfast LT is perfectly suited for especially quick measurements ,due to its extremely short response time of 6 ms. The unchoppered sensor allows a continuous temperature surveillance of fast processes in a spectrum of -50°C up to 975°C.
The pyrometer optris CSmicro LT LTH is equipped with an innovative, miniaturized stainless steel measuring head, optimally suited for installation in limited spaces. Its small size and its temperature resistance up to 180°C make the mechanic integration of the measuring head especially cost-efficient.
The intelligent LED display works optionally as alarm signal, target support, self-diagnosis or temperature-code display. The placement of electronic components within the cable allows for a high temperature resistance of the measuring head.
New: The CSmicro series can now be operated via the new IR mobile App (Android). The App enables to monitor and analyze infrared temperature measurements on a connected smartphone or tablet.
Knowing the exact value of the radiation temperature is essential for the calibration process. It can be measured by either using a contact thermometer (in combination with the determination of the emissivity) or a transfer standard infrared thermometer. This value can then be used to determine the device constant for an initial calibration of the infrared sensors. In order to conduct a post-calibration by customers or local calibration facilities, the calibration temperature should be near the temperatures which occur at the respective applications.
Optris makes use of a transfer standard radiation thermometer CTlaser-PTB (see figure) to measure the radiation temperature of a reference source. The CTlaser- PTB is based on the IR thermometer optris CTlaser. The CTlaser-PTB needs to be traceable to the international temperature scale from 1990 (ITS-90). Thus, it is calibrated by the PTB (German national metrology institute) on a regular basis. ITS-90 is a very good approximation of thermodynamic temperature. It is based on 17 well-reproducible fixed values such as melting points of highly pure metals. Within the framework of ITS-90 the CTlaser-PTB is compared to national temperature standards from the PTB. This comparison within a closed chain of comparative measurements with a known uncertainty in measurement takes place on a regular basis.
Based on the CTlaser-PTB, Optris produces the CTlaser- DCI as a high-precision reference IR thermometer for its customers. The DCI units are produced with pre-selected components supporting high stability of measurement. In combination with a dedicated calibration at several calibration points the CTlaser-DCI achieves a higher accuracy than units from series production.
The optics of an IR thermometer is described by the distance-to-spot-ratio (D:S). Depending on the quality of the optics a certain amount of radiation is also received from sources outside the specified measurement spot. The maximum value here equals the radiation emitted by a hemispheric radiant source. The respective signal change in correlation with a resize of the radiation source is described by the Size-of-source effect (SSE).
As a result of this correlation all manufacturers of IR thermometers use accurately defined geometries for the calibration of their units; meaning depending on the aperture of the radiation source (A) a distance (a) between the IR thermometer and the reference source is defined. Thus, the value specified in datasheets and technical documentation as a measurement field is, in general, a certain defined percentage of this radiation maximum – values of 90 % or 95 % are common.
Due to its special spectral range of 5.0 µm, the pyrometer optris CT G5 is perfectly suited for the measurement of glass temperatures, e.g. during container glass production, vehicle glass production or solar cell production.
The IR thermometer’s stainless steel measuring head is extremely small and can be employed in ambient temperatures of up to 85°C without additional cooling. A multi-installation of the pyrometers, e.g. in series as line scanner, is therefore cost-efficient and can be performed even in limited spaces.
Due to its special spectral region of 7.9 µm, the innovative pyrometer optris CT P7 is perfectly suited for temperature measurements of thin plastic materials like PET, PU, PTFE, PA or CTA.
It measures temperatures precisely from 0°C up to 710°C and its measuring head offers a temperature resistance of up to 85°C without additional cooling. The separate electronics box of the foil thermometer is acclaimed for its easily accessible programming buttons and its illuminated LCD display.
Due to its special spectral range of 3.43 µm, the pyrometer optris CT P3 is perfectly suited for precise temperature measurements of thin plastic films like PE, PP and PS.
It measures temperatures precisely from 50 °C up to 400 °C and its measuring head offers a temperature resistance of up to 75°C without additional cooling. Its separate electronics box is acclaimed for its easily accessible programming buttons and its illuminated LCD display.
With the new ratio pyrometers of the CSvision family, it is possible to measure temperatures from 550 °C to 3000 °C reliably from variable distances without contact. The novelty of the CSvision series is the switchable two-stage brightness reduction filter, which makes it easy to sight and focus on very bright objects.
The model CSvision R1M measures in a range of 550 °C to 1800 °C (R1ML) or 900 °C to 3000 °C (R1MH), both versions have a motorised focus, with an optical resolution of up to 100:1(R1ML) or 150:1 (R1MH) and operate in the spectral range from 0.8 µm to 1.1 µm.
The ratio pyrometer can be used in adverse environments from 0 °C up to 65 °C without additional cooling. Due to the dual-channel measuring principle, the CSvision are largely insensitive to dust, steam and dirty viewing windows.
The newly developed optris Xi 400 combines the benefits of a robust, compact pyrometer and an advanced IR camera. The 80 Hz frame rate allows for the monitoring of fast thermal processes, even including a line-scan function. The spot finder IR camera has an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels and comes with an extensive ready-to-use package - including a versatile image processing software.
Due to its compact design and an affordable pricing, the new optris Xi spot finder IR camera is ideally suited for OEM applications.
The CALOG-TEMP, Multi-Function Temperature Calibrator is a high-precision, hand-held calibrator for the calibration and troubleshooting of process control instrumentation. The CALOG-TEMP simultaneously measures and sources ten types of thermocouples and seven resistance temperature detectors (RTD), whilst automatically capturing the calibration results. It measures milliamps whilst sourcing or simulating millivolts, TCs, RTDs or ohms to calibrate transmitters. The CALOG-TEMP logging facility stores data on the SD card supplied, which is easily downloaded to a PC via the onboard USB port and usable in most of the common spreadsheet formats. The trend feature is ideal for graphing temperature profiles and PID controller optimization with a programmable timebase. In addition, the CALOG-TEMP has the functionality necessary to install and maintain all powered and non-powered transducers using the built-in 24V loop power supply. The CALOG-TEMP is the economical choice for people wanting to do industrial field or workshop calibration.
Due to its short measuring wavelength and a temperature range from 50°C on, the pyrometer optris CT 3M, is ideally suited for employment inlow-temperature measurements of metals and composite materials. The quick response time of only 1 ms allows for a problem-free use of the metal thermometer in fast processes.
The electronics box of the measuring device allows a flexible terminal device through selectable analog outputs as well as various optional digital interfaces.
The new microscope optics for the optris Xi 400 infrared camera allows reliable temperature measurement on tiny objects from 240 µm.
In combination with a suitable stand, this enables professional measurement of printed circuit boards and components in the electronics industry. The measuring distance between camera and object is variable between 90 and 110 mm. The built-in motor focus allows for an easy focussing of the camera with the included PIX Connect software. Circuit boards are a core part of electronic devices. They keep getting smaller while having to be more powerful at the same time. Temperatures of assembled circuit boards can easily be measured with the microscope optics of the optris Xi 400 thermal imager, thus identifying overheated areas quickly and preventing possible defects.
The causes for excessive temperatures can be manifold: defective components, incorrectly dimensioned circuit paths or poorly soldered joints.
Due to their short measuring wavelength and the high temperature range of up to 2,200°C the pyrometers optris CT 1M and 2M are ideally suited for employment in high-temperature measurements of metals, metal oxides, and ceramics. The short measuring wavelength of the infrared pyrometers additionally decreases measuring errors during low or changing emission levels.
The small sensor head allows for easy installation in limited and cramped spaces. Moreover, it reliably measures temperatures even in ambient temperatures of up to 125°C.
The infrared pyrometer optris CS LT is perfectly suited for temperature measurement in small and narrow environments. The robust measuring heads have been developed for use in temperature ranges from -50°C to 1,030°C and can be employed in ambient temperatures of up to 80°C without additional cooling.
The inexpensive IR pyrometers are perfectly suited for OEM solutions. They also work ideally for multiple employments of infrared measurement points.
The pyrometer optris CSmicro LT HS sets new performance standards in the measurement of slightest temperature differences of 0.025 K. Due to the stainless steel measuring head, it is perfectly suited for installation in especially limited and cramped spaces.
The compact infrared thermometer measures precisely in a temperature range from -20°C to 150°C and is equipped with an intelligent LED display, utilizable as alarm signalization, target support, self-diagnosis or temperature-code display.
The new compact infrared camera optris Xi 410 combines all the benefits of infrared cameras and infrared thermometers.
The Optris Xi 410 has a fast Ethernet interface and can be powered by PoE. This allows for a simple installation, even if the distance from the PC is large. The built-in hot spot finder function can be used to reliably measure moving objects without having to reposition the camera. If the network connection is interrupted or if the connected PC has a problem, the camera immediately switches to the autonomous stand-alone mode which ensures a continuous measurement and alarm. Thus the reliability of problem detection (typically exceeding a threshold in the context of monitoring a fire outbreak) is maintained. Thanks to this unique feature, the Optris Xi 410 is ideal for all safety applications related to fire prevention, detection of critical hot spots, monitoring of industrial equipment and storage of all kinds.
The Optris Xi 410 incorporates a motorized remote focus, controlled by the free PIX Connect software. The resolution of the camera is 384 x 240 pixels with a frame rate of 25 Hz.
The pyrometer optris CSmicro 2M has been designed for a temperature range from 250°C to 1,600°C. Its special spectral range of 1.6 µm makes it the ideal IR pyrometer for temperature measurements of metals.
The small infrared measuring head is perfectly suited for installation in very limited spaces and allows for an especially cost-efficient mechanical process integration.
The CSmicro series can now be operated via the new IR mobile App (Android). The App enables to monitor and analyze infrared temperature measurements on a connected smartphone or tablet.
The DPM4003 is a 4 digit (-1999 to 9999) LED universal temperature indicator that can be used in any application where temperature needs to be displayed and controlled. This DIN 48mm x96mm, high accuracy, high-quality panel meter is designed for accurate measurement & display (in °C, °F or K) of temperature from thermocouples (selectable from the front push buttons) of Type J, K, N, R, S, T, W5 and from RTDs such as PT100. Ni100 RTD is available as an option as well as other thermocouple types.
The thermocouple and RTD signals are accurately linearised by the internal micro-controller. Options include programmable analogue output, single, dual, three & four alarms, peak hold, RS-232/485 output and more.
The Optris PI 450i G7/ PI 640 G7 infrared cameras are the first industry-specific thermal imaging cameras in the PI series. Designed specially for the glass industry, this camera measures in only one spectral range.
The IR camera is used as a line-scan camera in the field of sheet glass production and offers various possibilities for documenting and controlling the process.
This compact, high-performance infra-red camera for the glass industry is available with interchangeable lenses and industrial accessories. The comprehensive license-free software package “Optris PIX Connect” is included in the price.
The pyrometer optris CThot LT has been developed for the most extreme conditions in high-temperature areas and is acclaimed for its especially high temperature resistance. Employment of the inrared thermometer in ambient temperatures of up to 250°C without additional cooling poses absolutely no problems.
Due to the mentioned features, the IR pyrometer is especially suited for applications in driers, in tempering for metal and glass industries, in the processing of plastics and textiles, and in the semiconductor production. By request, the IR thermoemters are available in an explosion-safe design with ATEX certificate.
The pyrometer optris CT LT is equipped with one of the world’s smallest infrared sensors with a high optic resolution of 22:1. Additionally, it offers a high variability due to selectable analog outputs as well as several digital interfaces in the electronics box.
The extended version, the pyrometer CTex LT, is additionally equipped with Zener double barriers (for employment in explosion-prone areas).
The pyrometer optris CSmicro 3M has been designed for a temperature range from 50°C to 600°C. Its special spectral range of 2.3 µm makes it the ideal IR pyrometer for temperature measurement of metallic surfaces starting from 50°C and it allows for measurements through glass.
The small infrared measuring head is optimally suited for installation in limited spaces and subsequently makes possible an especially cost-efficient mechanical process integration.
The newly developed optris Xi 80 combines the benefits of infrared cameras and infrared thermometers.
A full 80x80 thermal image eliminates the hunt for the hot spot and tedious positioning required with single spot temperature sensors. The integrated spot finder function will identify the hottest (or coldest) spot in the image and automatically communicate these measurements without an external PC.
A wide range of optics including the new 80° lens equips the Xi 80 to collect and analyze temperature information over a wide target area. The affordable pricing for this unit makes it a realistic alternative to replace existing spot temperature sensors or for OEM applications.
The infrared cameras optris PI 400i / PI 450i are the smallest thermographic cameras in their class. Being equipped with a measurement speed of 80 Hz and an optical resolution of 382 x 288 pixels they provide real-time thermographic images in high speed.
The IR camera PI 450i is, due to its thermal sensitivity of 40 mK, specifically suited for the detection of slightest temperature differences, making it indispensable in quality control of products and in medical prevention.
The compact and high-performance infrared cameras offer a temperature range of -20°C up to 900°C, being optionally upgradeable up to 1500 °C. They can be delivered with exchangeable optics, industrial thermal imager equipment and they come with an extensive license-free thermography software package.