Ratio Infrared Pyrometer with Motorised Focus for Non-Contact Temperature Measurement
The CS Vision series offers a switchable two-step brightness reduction filter, which makes it easy to see and focus on very bright objects. The CS Vision R1M and R2M offer different wavelengths and temperature measurement ranges.
CS Vision R1M
The CSvision family introduces ratio pyrometers capable of non-contact temperature measurement ranging from 550°C to 3000°C, offering adaptability to various distances.
The CSvision R1M model covers a temperature range of 550°C to 1800°C in the R1ML version and 900°C to 3000°C in the R1MH version, both equipped with motorised focusing and optical resolutions of up to 100:1 (R1ML) or 150:1 (R1MH).
These pyrometers operate efficiently in challenging environments, enduring temperatures from 0°C to 65°C and showing resilience to dust, steam, and dirty viewing windows. Key specifications include a spectral range of 0.8 – 1.1 µm and a response time of 1 ms – 10 s.
CS Vision R2M
The CSvision R2M covers a temperature spectrum extending from 250°C to 1400°C (482°F to 2552°F) and is enhanced with motorised focusing. It boasts an impressive optical resolution of 75:1 and operates within a spectral range of 1.35 μm to 1.75 μm.
These ratio pyrometers are suitable for demanding environments, with an operational temperature range from 0°C (32°F) to 60°C (140°F) and exhibit resilience to dust, steam, and obscured viewing windows thanks to the dual-channel measuring approach.
Software & Additional Information
The CompactPlus Connect temperature analysis software is specially designed for the comprehensive documentation and examination of temperature information from our stationary infrared thermometers. It comes at no extra cost and is included with every ratio pyrometer package.
The unique capability of the R1M and R2M models enables reliable measuring data even through heavy soiling and acquiring data even with low visibility of the measuring objects. This makes the infrared thermometer ideal for monitoring temperature in the challenging metal processing areas that are difficult to reach.
What is a Pyrometer?
A pyrometer is a non-contact temperature measurement device used to measure high temperatures, such as in industrial processes or research. It operates by detecting thermal radiation emitted by an object to determine its temperature accurately.