High Performance Pyrometer for Glass Industries
The CSlaser G5HF, operating in the 5µm part of the infrared spectrum, this sensor has been designed specifically for accurate temperature measurement of glass surfaces during manufacture and processing. The CSlaser has a standard two-wire interface for reliable data transfer and easy integration into a PLC.
A selection of optics allows measuring spot sizes to be as small as 1.6mm with the CF1 selection or alternatively, the SF optics with an optical resolution of 45:1 give moderate spot sizes at further distances. The pyrometer has response times up from 30 ms, and innovative double-laser sighting for exact marking of measurement targets.
The sensor has a wide measuring range of 200°C to 1450°C and an industry-standard 4-20mA output. The high performance pyrometer is dependable in ambient temperatures up to 85°C without additional cooling.
What’s In The Box
- CSlaser G5HF pyrometer
- Mounting nut
- ACCTLFB mounting bracket
- Calibration certificate
Additional Information & Software
This compact, high-performance CSlaser G5HF infrared temperature sensor for the glass industry is available with the Optris license-free software package Optris Connect.
All of the infrared pyrometers from Optris can also be operated using a smartphone or tablet using the IRmobile App for Android in the Google Play Store.
We offer a calibration service which is also available for each of our temperature sensors.
The Optris CSlaser G5HF pyrometer provides accurate temperature measurements of glass. This includes flat glass lines, container glass machines, and applications for bulb manufacturing and car glass finishing.
Optris CS Series
The CSlaser series of sensors are the lowest cost in our range of infrared pyrometers with the innovative dual laser aiming system which gives the user both the position of the measurement and also its size as the lasers are factory configured to match the optics of the sensor.
The sensor and electronics are housed in one convenient housing and connected to your instrumentation by standard cable. Emissivity is adjusted easily via two switches in the back of the sensor accessed by four screws.