Optris CT P3 for Precise Temperature Measurement of Thin Plastic Film
The Optris CT P3 thin film temperature sensor has a miniature sensing head which is just 29.5mm in diameter x 55mm long. This allows the sensor to be installed in applications where space is at a premium.
Without cooling, the infrared temperature sensor can be used in environments of up to 75°C and has protection class IP 65. Its separate electronics enclosure provides a full range of outputs and inputs as standard including Voltage, mA and Thermocouple.
It’s also possible to incorporate an interface card which provides simple integration into your existing process control equipment. Options include Ethernet, Profibus DP, CAN bus, RS485, RS232 and USB interface and Compact Connect software.
For the temperature measurement of plastic films such as PET, Polyurethane, PTFE, FEP and Polyamide the Optris CT P7 with its specific spectral range of 7.9 μm is most suitable. For thicker materials, it is perfectly acceptable to use the Optris CT LT range of sensors.
What’s In The Box
- Optris CT P3 pyrometer
- Mounting nut
- D06ACCTMHS massive housing
- Electronic box with LCD display
- Programming keys
The Optris Compact Connect temperature analysis software has been specifically designed to comprehensively document and analyse temperature measurement data from our fixed infrared thermometers. It is provided free of charge and is included with every pyrometer delivery.
We offer a temperature calibration service and a range of accessories to purchase along with your IR pyrometer.
The Optris CT P3 infrared thermometer, which has a measuring wavelength of 3.43 µm, is perfectly suitable for monitoring temperatures while producing an extremely thin plastic film. This includes materials such as polyethene (PE), polypropylene (PP), and polystyrene (PS).