Micro-Epsilon UK releases P20 laser thermometer devices measure temperatures from 0°C to 2,000°C for optimum measurement of any material or object, including molten metal, sheet metal and other metal structures such as steel girders.
The thermoMETER P20 series includes four versions that operate at different wavelengths across different temperature bands. The user selects the appropriate thermometer for the respective temperature range and target material/object.
The standard P20 version measures temperatures from 0°C to 1,300°C at an optical resolution of 120:1, across a spectral range of 8-14µm to suit a wide variety of materials.
The P20 M1 measures temperatures from 650°C to 1,800°C at an optical resolution of 300:1, at a specific wavelength of 1.0µm to suit metals. The P20 M2 measures temperatures from 385°C to 1,600°C at an optical resolution of 300:1, at a specific wavelength of 1.6µm, enabling accurate measurements at a safe distance. The P20 M5 measures temperatures from 1,000°C to 2,000°C at an optical resolution of 150:1, at a specific wavelength of 525nm to suit molten metals.
Robust, lightweight and easy-to-use, the thermoMETER P20 series reliably measures temperatures up to a maximum distance of 12m from the target. An integral double laser pointer indicates the spot size at any distance. A sighting scope enables easy, precision sighting and alignment of the P20 with the target. The internal data memory can store up to 2,000 measurement values, which can be downloaded later via a USB interface to the freely supplied IRConnect software. Emissivity is adjustable from 0.100 to 1.100.
As well as data storage for recorded measurement values, the software also provides an oscilloscope function that records up to 20 measurement values/second for real time monitoring of processes. The P20 series also provides an audible or visible HIGH-LOW alarm function (MAX/MIN), indicated on a three-colour display.
Micro-Epsilon () is a major global manufacturer of sensors, headquartered in Germany. The company’s range of displacement sensors measure everything from to distance, position, vibration, dimensions and thickness, using both contact and non-contact measurement techniques. These techniques include 1D, 2D and even 3D laser-optical sensors and systems, eddy-current, capacitive, LVDT & inductive, potentiometric and draw-wire principles. In addition, Micro Epsilon has developed its own range of non-contact infrared temperature sensors that can measure virtually any target temperature from -40 to +3,300°C. The company also manufactures a comprehensive range of colour recognition sensors.