DIT-6H2 Two color Infrared Pyrometer
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DIT-6H2 Two color infrared pyrometer is a dual wavelength pyrometer, protected from dust and smoke by a NEMA 4 (IP66) rated housing. This pyrometer is ideally suitable for measuring the temperature of molten steel, metal wires, vacuum furnaces, induction heating equipments.
DIT-6H2 Two color pyrometer features an advanced electro-optical design. Digital electronics and built-in user interface are combined in a rugged, compact aluminum alloy housing. DIT-6H2 dual wavelength pyrometer is ideal for situations where the target may be obstructed by atmospheric smoke or other particulates, where the target is moving or smaller than the pyrometer's field-of-view. DIT-6H2 infrared pyrometer allows users to switch between one-color and two-color mode, which simplifies set-up and provides continued measurement flexibility.
DIT-6H2 pyrometer features through-the-lens optical sighting. The optical resolution is 280:1 and the smallest spot size is 2mm. The emissivity is 0.10-1.00 in 0.01 increments and the slope is 0.850 to 1.150 in 0.001 increments. It also has bidirectional RS485 serial communications, which can help users to operate the pyrometer remotely through a computer in the control room. This enables remote setup, monitoring and maintenance, especially valuable for installation in hard-to-reach locations.
Model & Temperature range
Distance-to-Spot Ratio (D:S)
Response time(95%): ≤5ms
Temperature resolution(analog): 0.5℃
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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