FDIT1 two-color infrared thermometer
How it works
The two-color infrared thermometer is also called the colorimetric thermometer: it uses the ratio of the infrared radiation energy of the two bands in the adjacent channel to determine the temperature. The relationship between the ratio and the temperature is linear. This is determined by the performance of the detector. The surface temperature of the object is obtained according to different dual band ratios.
● Connect the fiber optic probe to the signal processing unit to protect the signal processing unit from ambient temperature.
● High precision, strong resistance to smoke, moisture and dust in harsh environments
Working voltage: DC24V
Temperature range: 350~1400°C; 600~1400°C; 600~1600°C, etc.
Measurement accuracy: ± 1°C%
Response time: 20ms
Signal output: analog 4-20mA; upper and lower limit alarm switch; RS485
Working environment: optical, fiber part ≤ 300 ° C; signal processor 0 ~ 65 ° C