New infrared screw-in temperature sensor with display for non-contact infrared temperature measurement
New IR-screw-in temperature sensor METS-IR of the Modular Economic Sensor series by Müller Industrie-Elektronik GmbH guarantees an optimum process supervision by noncontact quick and exact temperature control using the infrared procedure, as the sensor receives the infrared radiation emitted by the object, converts it into an electric measuring signal and into a standard signal according to the temperature value. The operation and setting is carried out directly at the sensor by a user-friendly display with three keys and integrated 4-digit 7-segment current loop indicator. The display head on the case body of the METS-IR is swivelling around 300 ° for hardly acces sible areas and the case body including the electrical connection is, in addition, also turnable around 300 °.
The new infrared screwing temperature sensor METS-IR is designed in 3-wire technology and is equipped optionally with two configurable electronic limit value contacts. The METS-IR measures the maximum range of -40 ... +1000 ° C wit h an optical resolution of up to 15:1 in the spectral range 8 .. 14 μm. As output signal, the sensor delivers 4... 20 mA and a heterodyned HART communication signal. For the process connection, several options are available. The electric connection is done by an 8-pole M12 connector. For the configuration, the sensor can be connected to a PC via USB by an optionally available HART interface.
With the new METS-IR, Müller Industrie-Elektronik supplement the extensive modular ME sensor series with a reliable and inexpensive solution for contact-free temperature measurement under extreme conditions. With the configurable limit value contacts, the integrated display and the numerous electric connection possibilities, the new METS-IR is suitable for nearly all complicated and demanding industrial uses. More information at www.mueller-ie.com or at the Hannover Fair, 07.04. - 11.04.14, Müller Industrie-Elektronik GmbH in hall 11/B34.
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