Optris CTlaser MT Infrared Temperature Sensor
The Optris CTlaser MT dual laser offers a special measuring wavelength for accurate temperature measurement through flames of 200 °C to 1,650 °C. The separate electronic box also includes its own digital LCD display showing temperature and alarm conditions. All configuration options are set via the front panel removing the need to use a PC to configure the pyrometer.
The infrared thermometer is perfectly suited for surveillance of work pieces in ovens, for measurements in chemical reactors and for testing of refractory linings in brick kilns.
The stainless steel measuring head with its highly precise double laser visor allows for the exact marking of measurement spots at any distance at any time. The temperature of even the smallest objects with a size of only 1.6 mm can be easily measured with the IR thermometer. Selectable optics allow you to choose the most appropriate spot size for your application.
The IR temperature sensor also has a very fast response time of just 10ms. Shorter wavelength versions are also available specifically designed for use with metals, glass and plastic films.
Field selectable analogue output options for the IR sensor include 0/4-20mA, 0-5 and 0-10 V, type K or J thermocouples, and alarm. The infrared thermometer also has optional USB, RS485, RS232 interface, 2 optically isolated relay outputs, CAN-Bus, Profibus DP, and Ethernet available with plug-in options.
What’s In The Box
- Infrared thermometer
- Mounting nut
- ACCTLFB mounting bracket
- 3m standard head cable
- Electronic box with LCD display
- Programming keys
The infrared thermometer comes with the Optris Compact Connect software.
The temperature analysis software has been developed specifically for the extensive documentation and analysis of temperature measurement data fior the Optris stationary infrared thermometers. It’s license-free and is included with every pyrometer shipment.
Areas of Application
The two-part IR thermometer CTlaser MT is specifically designed to measure high temperatures through glass and flames.
This feature makes it especially interesting for industrial high-temperature applications with temperatures up to 1,650°C and it is ideal for surveillance of metallic work pieces in ovens, measurements in chemical reactors, or temperature controls of refractory linings in kilns.