Handheld infrared thermometer Raynger® 3i Plus for high-temperature applications
The robust handheld devices withstand drops of 1 m. A powerful firmware supports display, analysis, and trending within the device. Up to 4,900 data points can be recorded. The scope of delivery furthermore includes the Raytek DataTemp® Windows PC software which supports real-time communication and further data processing. In addition to on-board USB and Bluetooth interfaces, a mobile app allows for comfortable data storage and sharing. The display can be set to degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. The devices are equipped with a Lithium-ion battery that can be easily recharged and enables an operational cycle of 24 hours.
Fluke Process Instruments GmbH
Raytek GmbH develops, manufactures, distributes, and services infrared sensors under the brands of RAYTEK and IRCON for noncontact temperature measurement within a range from -50 to +3,500 °C. The sensors allow for quick and accurate measurements of surface temperatures without touching the medium. Typical applications include steelworks, glassworks, cement plants, and plastics manufacturing. The product range includes fixed infrared sensors, infrared linescanners, and thermal imagers. All the devices are suitable for fixed installation in plants and machines and can be integrated into process-monitoring systems via industry-specific interfaces.
Raytek has 50 years of experience in infrared temperature measurement. Raytek GmbH in Berlin is responsible for marketing, sales, and service in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Regional offices and numerous authorized distributors around the globe ensure customer proximity, rapid service, and individual consultation on site. Raytek is a Fluke company. A sister company in the Fluke Group is DATAPAQ, a world leader in the manufacture of temperature measurement and analysis systems for all types of industrial heating processes.
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