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High-Speed Pyrometer

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High-Speed PyrometerThe CT 4M high-speed pyrometer from Optris GmbH features a detection time of 90 µs for challenging temperature measurement tasks.

The CT 4M measures within the spectral range of 2.2 to 6.0 µm, making it ideal for low-temperature measurements on metals, metal oxides, ceramics, or materials with an unknown or changing emissivity. The compact sensor head has a diameter of 14 mm and a length of 28 mm and can easily be installed where space is at a premium. The remote electronics unit is connected to the sensor head via a cable which can be up to 15 m long.

The integrated interface allows the CT 4M to be connected directly to a PC, where all settings can be fine-tuned via CompactPlus Connect software. Other serial interfaces or an Ethernet interface are available, along with potential connectivity to an Android device for on-site work.


Photonics Spectra
May 2021
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