Infrared Thermometer for Temperature Measurement of Metals
The CSmicro 2W 2M has the smallest sensing head of any infrared sensor in the world making it ideal for applications where space is at a premium. The electronics for the sensor are mounted in a discrete moulded pod on the cable allowing the sensing head to be extremely small at just 14mm diameter x 28mm long.
Features of the IR Pyrometer
- Temperature range: 250°C to 1600°C
- Size: M12x1, 28 mm long, stainless steel housing
- Scalable 4-20 mA analogue output / additional simultaneous alarm output
- Usable up to 125°C ambient temperature without cooling (sensing head)
- Green LED alarm indication, aiming support, self diagnostic or temperature code indication
- Electronics build in cable
- Short circuit and polarity reversal protection
- Adjustable signal processing
- Optional USB programming interface and software
- Wide power range: 5-30 V DC
What’s In The Box
- IR pyrometer
- Mounting nut
- Standard connection cable
Optris CSmicro 2W 2M Additional Information & Software
Optris CSmicro 2W 2M is also supplied with the free Optris PIX Connect software which is necessary to document and analyse temperature measurement data for your process. The software is compatible with all netbooks, notebooks, and PC systems via Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 8.
In addition, pyrometers from Optris can now also be easily operated from a smartphone using the IRmobile App for Android.
Calibration and a wide range of accessories are also available to purchase for your Optris CSmicro 2W 2M temperature sensor.
If you have any questions, contact us for further information, or to talk to one of our experts about which pyrometer is best for your application.
Areas of Application for The Pyrometer Optris CSmicro 2W 2M
With a wavelength suitable for metallic surfaces, the IR pyrometer Optris CSmicro 2W 2M reliably measures metals in temperatures of up to 1,600°C.
The IR thermometer is especially popular in metal processing industries and is employed for welding, soldering, re-forming, induction heating or sintering.
Additional areas of application are surveillance of rolling trains, tube-welding processes and forging-die forming.