WRIRT Infrared Pyrometer
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WRIRT wide-range infrared pyrometer provides superior accuracy in high-demanding industrial process applications. It can measure target temperatures ranging from 400℃ ~ 2600℃, and 700℃ ~ 3000℃. WRIRT wide-range Pyrometer features an advanced electro-optical design, digital electronics and an intuitive Push Button interface - all combined in a rugged, compact aluminium alloy housing. The sensor can be easily set up for stand alone operation or configured for a multi-sensor network.
WRIRT radiation pyrometer features through-the-lens optical sighting.The optical resolution is 300:1 and the smallest spot size is 2mm.The emissivity is 0.10 to 1.00 in 0.01 increments. The 4-digit LED display provides a convenient online indicator of the Pyrometer's operating status and easy operation of setting the parameters.
WRIRT infrared Pyrometer can be equipped with a compact, value-priced monitor that configures the functions via the front panel. It also has optional bidirectional RS485 serial interface between the Pyrometer in the factory and a computer in the control room. This enables remote setup, monitoring and maintenance, especially valuable for installation in hard-to-reach locations.
WRIRT wide-range pyrometer is designed for temperature measurement in the sealing arrangement such as vacuum furnaces, plasma furnaces, microwave-heating and so on. It is also valuable for non-ferrous processing and non-metallic materials manufacture.
Model & Temperature range
Distance-to-Spot Ratio (D:S)
Response time(95%): ≤5ms
Temperature resolution(analog): 1℃
Temperature resolution(digital): 0.1℃
Output: 0-20mA or 4-20mA or 0-5V
Ambient temperature range: 0-70℃
With air cooling: 120℃
With water cooling: 175℃
Storage temperature range: -20-70℃
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