Two Wire IR Thermometer has compact design.
September 7, 2009 -
Measuring 124.5 mm long with M40×1.5 threaded diameter, DS-40N and DG-40N series operate in loop powered mode to produce linear 4-20 mA output over selected temperature ranges from overall span of 250-2,500°C. Model DS-40N has spectral response of 0.8-1.1 µm, while DG-40N range is 1.5-1.8 µm. Depending on model, optics provide small target, close focus of 1.2 mm diameter at 210 mm distance, or extended focus out to 4 m with 20 mm diameter target.
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Process Sensors Corp
787 Susquehanna Avenue
Franklin Lakes, NJ, 07417
Compact, Self Contained, 2 Wire IR Thermometer Packs Powerful Features in a Small Space
Digital electronics and precision engineering contribute to the small size of the latest addition to Process Sensor Corps.' IR thermometer line.
The DS-40N or DG-40N series of stainless steel pyrometers are 124.5mm long overall by M40×1.5 threaded diameter, operates in a loop powered mode to produce a linear 4 to 20mA output, over selected temperature ranges from an overall span of 250 to 2500°C in two models. In a 4 wire mode, the sensor also offers green LED, illuminating the exact target size, or laser aiming.
Depending on the model, either DS-40N or DG-40N, and temperature range, selected optics provide small target, close focus e.g. 1.2mm diameter at 210mm distance, or extended focus out to 4m with a 20mm diameter target. A USB connection gives access to PC adjustments of such parameters as emissivity, response time, temperature sub-range and peak picker, with supplied software.
Without cooling, the non-contact temperature sensor will operate in ambient temperatures up to 70°C, and in higher ambient of 200°C with the optional cooling and lens-purging jacket. The Model DS-40N has a spectral response of 0.8 to 1.1µm, and the DG-40N 1.5µm to 1.8µm, for minimum vulnerability to variable target emissivity, and to optimize the effective emissivity of low radiance targets.
The temperature ranges, optics, rugged construction and signal processing capability will appeal to users in the Steel, Ceramics and Glass Industries, Cement and Refractory manufacture, Induction Heating and Sintering operations.
Process Sensors' "PSC Spot Software" supports sensor set-up, multi-tasking, graphic display of temperature trends, and data logging, and in general allows the user to customize the sensor to the application.
Detailed specification information can be found at www.processsensorsIR.com
Company Name: Process Sensors Corp
Address 1: 113 Cedar Street
Address 2: Suite 1
Country: United States
Contact Name: Lauren Leone