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TX Basic

Non-Contact Temperature Sensor

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LTP
-18 to +500°C, 8 to 14µm, D:S 15:1 fresnel optics
+ £251.00
LT
-18 to +500°C, 8 to 14µm, D:S 33:1
+ £350.00
MT
200 to 1000°C, 3.9µm, D:S 33:1
+ £593.00
HT
500 to 2000°C, 2.2µm, D:S 60:1
+ £572.00
G5
Glass 250 to 1650°C, 5µm, D:S 33:1
+ £663.00
P7
Thin film plastics 10 to 360°C, 7.9µm, D:S 33:1
+ £663.00
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Overview

The Thermalert TX infrared temperature sensor is a simple 2-wire unit which measures temperature ranges between -18ºC to 2000°C (0ºF to 3600°F) with optical resolution up to 60:1.

Specifications

Build
Weight
330g
Dimensions
Height
42mm
Length
187mm
Width
42mm
Environment
IP Rating
IP65 (IEC529)
Operating Temperature
0 to 70°C
Relative Humidity
10 to 95%, non-condensing
Shock
IEC 68-2-27, 50 G, 11 ms, any axis
Storage Temperature
-18 to +85°C
Vibration
IEC 68-2-27, 3 G, any axis, 11 – 200 Hz
Measurement
Emissivity
adjustable: 0,10 to 1,00
Repeatability
±0.5% or ±0.7°C
Response Time
100ms (HT model), 165ms (other models)
Signal Processing
Emissivity
Temperature Resolution
0.1°C (LT models), 1°C (other models)
Optical
Optical Resolution
33:1 (LT, M5, G5, P7 models), 15:1 fresnel optics (LTP model), 60:1 (HT model)
Output
Accuracy
±1% or ±1.4°C
Analog
4-20 mA, max. loop resistance 700 Ω
Power
Power Supply
12 - 24 VDC ±20%
For full specifications, please see the datasheet or manual here
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Datasheet
last updated November 29th 2016
Manual
last updated November 29th 2016
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