Digital pyrometer IN7 series
10:1USB4-20 mA

digital pyrometer
digital pyrometer
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Optical resolution
USB, 4-20 mA
Protection level
rugged, IP65
stationary, miniature
for surface temperature measurement
Other characteristics
high-precision, with temperature probe, non-contact

Min.: -40 °C
(-40 °F)

Max.: 600 °C
(1,112 °F)

Spectral range

Min.: 8 µm

Max.: 14 µm

Response time

130 ms


• stationary high-class infrared-pyrometer for temperature measuring of non-metallic surfaces • extreme small sensor head for ambient temperatures up to 85 °C • distance ratio: 22:1 (IN720) • peak or valley hold • power supply: 8-32 VDC • option: protection armature with insolated mounting and air purge connection Miniature infrared sensorfor non-contact température measurement • - Plug & Play - automatic sensor head détection • - Miniature sensor head for installations at tight spaces • - Failsafe functions for internai température and sensor cable break • - All-digital communication (sensor head -> electronic box) • - Industrial rugged head cable (PUR): Silicone and Halogen free, résistant against oil, bases, and acids • - Analog output (0/4...20 mA, 0...5/10 V or thermocouple type J, K, R or S) • - User friendly configuration by keys at the electronic box or software The IN710 is a digital pyrometer for non-contact température measurement of non-metallic or coated objects. The device has a sensor head optic with a distance ratio of 10:1. Sensor heads can be replaced by customers without losing accuracy. The devices are equipped with a display which shows the actual température as well as ail configurations. Ail available parameters can be set by the keys or software.


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