Infrared temperature sensor ExTemp
intrinsically safenon-contact

infrared temperature sensor
infrared temperature sensor
infrared temperature sensor
infrared temperature sensor
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intrinsically safe, non-contact

Max.: 1,000 °C (1,832 °F)

Min.: -20 °C (-4 °F)


ExTemp Intrinsically Safe Infrared Temperature Sensor - Suitable for hazardous areas, ATEX and IECEx Zone 0, 1 and 2 (gas), and Zone 20, 21 and 22 (dust), with a suitable Intrinsically Safe isolator or barrier - Temperature ranges from -20°C to 1000°C - Two wire, 4 to 20 mA output - Rescalable output and adjustable emissivity setting via optional USB adapter - Fast response time and high stability - Stainless steel 316 housing - ideal for offshore applications - IP65 sealed - Cable length available up to 25 metres; contact Calex for information about extending cable Specifications: Temperature Range: User configurable via optional USB adapter between the limits -20°C and 1000°C. Factory pre-set to a choice of ranges (see data sheet) Accuracy:± 1°C or 1%, whichever is greater Repeatability:± 0.5°C or 0.5%, whichever is greater Response Time:240 ms (90% response) Spectral Range:8 to 14 μm Supply Voltage:12 to 24 V DC ± 5% ATEX Classification:Ex II 1GD (Gas):Ex ia IIC T4 Ga (Dust):Ex ia IIIC T135°C IP65 Da Ambient Temperature Rating:-20°C ≤ Ta ≤ 70°C Maximum DC Input Voltage:Ui = 28 V Maximum Input Current:Ii = 93 mA Maximum Input Power:Pi = 650 mW Maximum Internal Capacitance:Ci = 8 nF Maximum Internal Inductance:Li = 0 mH ATEX Certificate Number:CML 14ATEX2079 Major Dimensions: Ø 20 mm x length 150 mm Mounting: M20 x 1.5 mm thread, supplied with two mounting nuts CE Marked:Yes RoHS Compliant:Yes Accessories: USB adapter and configuration software Calibration certificate Mounting brackets Air purge collar


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