Number of views:
Product serial number
● Input specifications （one meter is compatible）:
Thermocouple: K, S, R, E, J, N
Thermal resistance: Pt100
Linear voltage: 0 to 5V, 1 to 500mV, 0 to 1V, 0 to 100mV, 0 to 60mV, 0 to 20mV; 0 to 10V
Linear current: （external precision resistor shunt or I4 module installed at MIO position）: 0-20mA, 4-20mA, etc.
Linear resistance: 0 to 80 ohms, 0 to 400 ohms （can be used to measure remote resistance pressure gauges）
K （0 to 1300 ° C）, S （0 to 1700 ° C）, R （0 to 1700 ° C）, E （0 to 1000 ° C）, J （0 to 1200 ° C）, N （0 to 1300 ° C）,
Pt100 （-200 ~ +800 ° C）
●Linear input: -9990~+30000 is defined by the user
● Measurement accuracy: 0.3 （0.3% FS ± 1 word）
● Resolution: For temperature measurement, it is 0.1 °C for K, E, J, N, and Pt100, and 1 °C for S and R.
● Temperature drift: ≤ ± 0.015% FS / ° C （typical value of about ± 75ppm / ° C）
● Electromagnetic compatibility: IEC61000-4-4 （electric fast transient pulse group）, ±4KV/5KHz; IEC61000-4-5 （surge）, 4KV
●Transmitting output: After installing the X3 current module in the OUTP position, the measured value PV can be sent to the standard current output, and the maximum load resistance is 500 ohms.
●Alarm function: upper limit, lower limit, second upper limit and second lower limit alarm function, optional installation of relay module to output alarm signal
●Isolation withstand voltage: ≥2300VDC between power supply terminal, relay contact and signal terminal; ≥600VDC between weakly isolated signal terminals
● Power supply: 100 ~ 240VAC, -15%, +10% / 50 ~ 60Hz
●Power consumption: ≤5W
● Use environment: temperature -10 ~ +60 ° C; humidity ≤ 90% RH
● Panel size: 96 × 96mm, 160 × 80mm
● Opening size: 92 × 92mm, 152 × 76mm
●Intrusion depth: ≤100mm
We could not find any corresponding parameters, please add them to the properties table
DKHIRTL1 Infrared Digital Pyrometer
DKHIRTL1 Digital Pyrometer with temperature range -25~500℃, is designed to meet high-demanding temperature measuring requirements in many industries, such as hot working in primary and secondary metal processings, safety inspection, power plant operations etc..
IRPT Infrared Pyrometer
IRPT Series pyrometer includes five models infrared temperature sensor, can measure temperatures from -40℃ to 1650°C. Each model has a specific wavelength and temperature range, suitable for both low temperature (-40~800°C) and high temperature (500~1650°C) monitoring of heating processings.
IT-8 Infrared Pyrometer
IT-8 is an advanced and integrated online pyrometer, providing a single sensor solution for aluminium extrusion, quenching and strip applications. The series with 4 models can measure target temperatures ranging from 200℃-3000℃.
IT-7 Two-Wire Pyrometer
The highly adaptable IT-7 Infrared Pyrometer combines two-wire operation and digital signal processing to simplify connectivity and enable high accuracy. The series with 5 models can measure target temperatures from -25℃~3000℃.
IT-6 Infrared Pyrometer
IT-6 is an economical and integrated IR pyrometer, providing a single sensor solution for forging, heat treatment, smelting, hot pressing sintering etc.. The series with 5 models can measure target temperatures ranging from -25℃~2500℃.
DKHIRT Infrared Pyrometer
DKHIRT handheld infrared pyrometer is designed to meet process performance requirements in many industrial applications, including highly demanding hot environments in primary and secondary metal processings, as well as petrochemical and power plant operations.
IT-5 Infrared Pyrometer
IT-5 infrared pyrometer is a compact and integrated temperature sensor for OEM applications. It delivers reliable accuracy and rugged durability for an economical price. The IT-5 pyrometer can measure target temperatures ranging from 300-1000℃ and 400-1200℃.
DIT Two-color Infrared Pyrometer
The DIT Series infrared pyrometer is Two-color Pyrometer, can measure target temperature through polluting windows, dust, water or smoke, or when the emissivity of material is unknown. This specific owes to the use of 2 detectors, which measure simultaneously at different spectral ranges and determine the result temperature by forming the radiation ratio.