Non-contact temperature measurement is an optical measuring method and is based on the fact that all bodies are emitting electro-magnetic radiation (heat, respectively infrared radiation). The infrared thermometer measures this radiation for the determination of temperature. By means of an optical system the pyrometer scans an area of the measured object and determines its temperature. Modern pyrometers are working in the wave length ranges of the near, medium and far infrared.
The following versions of optical sensors are available:
Small stationary infrared thermometer for measuring the temperature of non-metallic surfaces between -20 °C and +600 °C.
Instruments for 5 measuring ranges are available.
For more detailed information, please refer to our information brochure: TF-300 .
Pyrometer for measuring the temperature of non-metallic surfaces between -32 °C and +900 °C. High-grade optical systems for measuring also small objects. Programmed part measuring range for adapting the analogous output to the measurement task.
For more detailed information, please refer to our information brochure: TF-2000 .