Laser Pyrometer Optris CT 3M for Low Temperature Measurements of Metal
Due to its short measuring wavelength and a temperature range from 100 °C on, the laser pyrometer Optris CT 3M, is ideally suited for employment in low-temperature measurements of metals and composite materials.
The Optris CT XL 3M has been designed for use in applications where lasers are used. This may be for laser welding, machining or brazing. The quick response time of only 1 ms allows for a problem-free use of the metal thermometer in fast processes.
The electronics box of the measuring device allows a flexible terminal device through selectable analogue outputs as well as various optional digital interfaces. The laser pyrometer is usable up to 85°C ambient temperature without cooling. Selectable optics allow you to choose the most appropriate spot size for your application with the smallest spot of 0.5mm possible.
What’s In The Box
- Optris CT 3M pyrometer
- Mounting nut
- Electronic box with LCD display
- 3m cable
- Programming keys
It is also easy to connect the innovative USB interface which allows simple configuration and on-screen measurement with the included Compact Connect Windows software. The license-free software has been developed specifically for the extensive documentation and analysis of temperature measurement data of our stationary infrared thermometers.
The infrared thermometer is designed for industrial laser material processing, laser welding and laser soldering. The IR sensor has a special blocking filter against laser radiation of most of all diode lasers and solid-state lasers.
The IR thermometer Optris CT 3M has a measuring wavelength of 2.3 µm and is ideal in temperature measurements of metallic surfaces and composite materials in processing. The sensor’s low-temperature range from 100°C makes the temperature sensor a popular measuring device for every kind of low-temperature measurement of metals.
Laser applications include cutting, welding, and engraving materials in industries like manufacturing. Lasers are also employed in communication systems, data storage, and scientific research, along with various applications in entertainment and military technologies.