Digital Portable High Ttemperature Fields, Metallurgy, Forging, Furnaces Handheld Infrared Thermometer 80: 1 200℃~1850℃ 392℉ ~3362℉
Digital Portable High Ttemperature Fields, Metallurgy, Forging, Furnaces Handheld Infrared Thermometer 80: 1 200℃~1850℃ 392℉ ~3362℉, the most basic design consists of a lens to focus the infrared (IR) energy on to a detector, which converts the energy to an electrical signal that can be displayed in units of temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature variation. Infrared Thermometers allow users to measure temperature in applications where conventional sensors cannot be employed. Specifically, in cases dealing with moving objects ( i.e., rollers, moving machinery, or a conveyor belt), or where non-contact measurements are required because of contamination or hazardous reasons (such as high voltage), where distances are too great, or where the temperatures to be measured are too high for thermocouples or other contact sensors.
|Temperature range||200℃~1850℃ 392℉ ~3362℉|
|Accuracy(In the condition of 23°C±3°C)|| 200℃~800℃±2%|
800℃ over ±3%
|Repeatability||1% of reading or 0.1°C|
|Response time||500 mSec, 95% response|
|Spectral response||(0.9~1.7)um & 500ms|
|Emissivity||0.10 to 1.00 adjustable (pre-set 0.95)|
|Ambient operating range||0 to 40°C (32°Fto 104°F)|
|Relative humidity||10-80% RH noncondensing|
|Storage temperature||-20 to 60℃ ,≤85%RH, without battery|
|Resolution||0.1℃ or 0.1° F ( <1000℃) 1℃ or 1°F (≥1000℃)|
|Distance to Spot Size||80:1|
|Data Hold Function||V|
|Laser Target Pointer Selection||V|
|Backlight Display Selection||V|
|Auto Power Off||V|
|Power||6V Alkaline or NiCd battery or 6V 500mA adpter (not inlcude)|
Emissivity : Most organic materials and pa-inted or oxidized surfaces have an emissiv-ity of 0.95 (preset in the unit). Inaccurate readings will result from measuring shiny or polished metal surfaces. To compensate, cover the surface to be measured with mas-king tape or flat black paint. Measure the tape or painted surface when the tape or painted reach the same temperature as the material underneath.
Diagram and LCD display:
| LCD display: |
A measuring reading
B measuring unit
C laser on icon
D back light on icon
E scanning icon
F battery power icon G data hold icon
G mode/emissivity indicator I data storge / read icon
(1) Trigger: When turn on LCD display VERXX software version for 1 sec.
And turn to display reading with SCAN icon. Release the trigger, display reading with HOLD icon. Built in auto power off in 30sec.
(2) Laser / back light button: when back light turn on ,any operations will remain back light for 10 sec. LCD indicate on/off status.
(3)-(6) key functions: press 3 key, LCD subdisplay blinks MAX-MIN-DIF-AVG-HAL-LAL-STO segment (only main display means normal measuring mode) press 4 key to enter.
a. MAX: measuring maximum temperature
d. AVG: measuring average temperature
f. LAL: low temperature alarm--when selected LAL, press 5 keys to set low temperature alarm trigger and confirmed by pressing 4 key. When reading over trigger, LCD display LOW icon with BiBi audio sounds
g. STO: data storage--when selected STO, lock & DATA & 1---indicator will shown when press 4 key. After temperature read out press 6 key to store, then 2---memory unit will be shown. There 100 groups memory unit available. To recall the stored data in normal measuring mode by pressing 6 key, remove all data by pressing 6 keys for 3 seconds.
h. EMS: Emissivity setup-- press 5 key for emissivity settings, press 4 key to save setup and back to normal status.
(7) LCD(see 5.1)
(10) Clesius / Fahrenheit switch: Please open battery and push the slide switch for convertsion
-- When take measurement, point thermometer toward the object to be measured and hold the yellow trigger. The object under test should be larger than the spot size calculated by the field of view diagram.
-- Distance & spot size: As the distance from the object increase, the spot size of measuring area becomes larger.
Locating a hot/cold spot: To find a hot/cold spot, aim the thermometer outside the area of interest, then scan across with up and down motion until you locate the hot/cold spot.
Quick Start Instruction:
|Step 1||Press battery door clip, install battery correctly. Pull the trigger, LCD display reading& battery icon. Release the trigger and the reading will hold for 7 seconds.|
|Step 2||Locating a hot spot: To find a hot spot aim the thermometer outside the area of interest, then scan across with up and down motions until you locate the hot spot.(please turn on the laser for accurate measuring)|
|How it works||Infrared thermometer measure the surface temperature of an objec,t. The units optical system sense the object s emitted energy with different wavelength. It is, collected and focus onto a detector. The unit s electronics system translated the information into a temperature reading which is displayed on the unit.|
|Cautions|| Infrared thermometer should be protected from the following:|
--EMF (electro-magnetic fields) from welders, induction heaters.
--Thermal shock (cause by large or abrupt ambient temperature changes allow 30 minutes for unit to stabilize before use).
--Do not leave the unit on or near objects of high temperature.
Do not point laser directly at eye or in-directly off reflective surface.