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Precision infrared temperature sensing from Calex

14 June 2015

Calex has introduced PyroCube, a general-purpose pyrometer with outstanding precision temperature measurement capabilities.

Built-in LED sighting: red aiming light continuously illuminates the area of measurement, showing precisely where the sensor is aimed.

The light spot is the same size as the measurement area, and measurements can be taken at the same time – the light does not affect the accuracy of the reading. Features include:

Fast response: the response time of 10ms means it is now possible to individually measure the temperature of very small objects on fast-moving production lines. The averaging function allows the output to be slowed down for general-purpose use. 

Tiny measured spot: a choice of precise optics allows a spot as small as 1.6 mm to be measured. Very narrow cables and small electronic components can now be individually measured. The sensor can view through very narrow holes to view the target beyond, such as the rotor of an electric motor. 

Touch screen: the optional touch screen interface with a backlit display provides a bright indication of the measured temperature. Two alarm relay outputs are included, and the intuitive interface allows full configuration of the sensor’s settings. An optional MicroSD Card allows easy data logging with years of storage capacity.

It is easy to measure the temperature of most surfaces using the PyroCube, including painted materials, thick plastics, food products, rubber, bulk materials and paper. 


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