Digital Infrared Temperature Sensor

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Digital Infrared Temperature Sensor FT series

Non-Contact Surface Temperature Inspection

FT series - Digital Infrared Temperature Sensor

FT Series digital infrared temperature sensors are designed to provide wide temperature detecting ranges, high responsiveness, long detecting distances, and easy installation and settings. The thickness of the far-infrared resonance film of the thermopile (array of thermocouples) used for temperature detection is reduced as much as possible to allow efficient thermocouple arrangement. This makes quick and reliable detection of absorbed heat possible and improves the response speed of the thermopile. The lineup is available in two types: high temperature models and mid to low temperature models. Since the detection area can be checked visually with a visible laser beam, it is easy to align the sensor position during installation. The current temperature of the target can be input directly on the amplifier unit. This eliminates the work needed to set emissivity for each target.

Features

Obvious Detection Range with Visible Laser Pointers

The FT Series is equipped with two laser pointers* that clearly indicate the detection range, simplifying installation.

*Class: FDA Class 1, JIS Class 1, IEC Class 1

Varied Lineup with Detection at Distances of up to 3000mm

High Temperature Model: 32 to 2462°F(0 to 1350°C) - Ultra long range FT-H50K / Mid-range FT-H40K , Med to Low Temperature Models: 32 to 932°F(0 to 500°C) - Ultra long range FT-H50 / Long range FT-H30 / Mid-range FT-H20 / Small beam spot FT-H10

Depending on the application, an increased distance between the target and the sensor may be necessary.
With several sensor head options available - from small beam spot to long range—the FT Series can be used in a wide variety of installation environments.

Usable In Harsh Conditions with a Resistant Air Purge Box

Made of zinc die-casting, this robust box offers air purge functionality to meet elevated environmental resistance requirements such as in areas prone to steam, smoke, dust, oil mist, or high temperatures.

Easily Configure Emissivity to Account For Specific Targets

Configuring emissivity for a specific target material is simple, with only two steps required. Emissivity can be calculated and set automatically just by entering the measured temperature of a target. If the emissivity is known, it can be entered directly.

Enter the value (emissivity or surface temperature)

Press [SET] (to set or configure automatically)

Emissivity not known

Temperature displayed on thermometer / Enter the measured temperature of the target.

Known emissivity

Enter the emissivity directly.