IGA 6/23 Advanced, digital pyrometer for non-contact temperature measurement in ranges between 50 and 1800 °C. - 4 Pages

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IMPAC Infrared Temperature Sensors Stationary, digital pyrometer for non-contact temperature measurement in ranges between 50 and 1800 °C IGA 6/23 Advanced • Wide temperature ranges for flexible process adaptation • Highest accuracy and repeatability in its class • Fully digital core for sub-ranging and adopted analog output • Reponse time of 0.5 ms for very fast and highly dynamic processes • High-end optics with manual focus capability • 4 digit LED display • Robust, stainless steel sensor for harsh environments (IP65/NEMA4) The IGA 6/23 Advanced is a digital, compact, and fast infrared measuring instruments for non-contact temperature measurement on metals, ceramics, or graphite. For optimal match to the application, the instrument is equipped with a high-end optics with manual focus. The fast response time of only 0.5 ms facilitates the measurement of fast and dynamic processes or short temperature peaks. The integrated 4 digit LED display indicates the current measuring temperature or the currently set measuring distance. For a precise alignment of the pyrometers to the measuring object, the instruments are optionally equipped with a laser targeting light or a view finder. The pyrometers can be connected to a PC through an RS485 to USB connection, enabling you to make parameter adjustments using the InfraWin software. The software can be used for temperature indication, data logging, and further analyzing of complete temperature processes. Typical applications: • Induction processes (e.g. Hardening, Welding, Brazing, Soldering etc.) • Preheating • Tempering • Heating and cooling processes • Melting • Annealing • Rolling • Forging • Sintering

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Technical Data Measurement Specifications Temperature Ranges: Display (in rear cover): LED, 4 digit matrix, 5 mm high temperature signal or measuring distance 50 to 1000 °C (MB 10) 75 to 1300 °C (MB 13) 150 to 1800 °C (MB 18) Any range adjustable within the temperature range, minimum span 50 °C emissivity, sub range, ambient temperature compensation, settings for maximum value storage, address, baud rate, transmittance, response time t90, 0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA analog output range, °C / °F Spectral Range: 0.1 °C or 0.2 °F at interface; < 0.0015% of adjusted temperature range at analog output,...

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IGA 6/23 Advanced with Through-Lens Sighting IGA 6/23 Advanced with Laser Aiming IGA 6/23 Advanced with Laser Aiming IGA 6/23 Advanced with Through-Lens Sighting Optics The optics can be manually adjusted at all distances between 210 mm and 5000 mm. The table below shows examples of distances and the corresponding spot diameters: IGA 6/23 Advanced distance a [mm] 5000 100 50 Effective aperture D for all temperature ranges: 13 mm (focused to longest distance) to 15 mm (focused to shortest distance)

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Reference Numbers Type With Through-Lens Sighting With Laser Aiming Temperature Range Scope of delivery: Pyrometer with PC software InfraWin for adjustment and evaluation, Works Certificate, and Manual Ordering note: A connection cable is not included in scope of delivery and must be ordered separately Accessories 3 820 320 Special connection cable with plug and key for pilot light, 5 m 3 820 330 Connection cable, 5 m, straight connector* 3 820 500 Connection cable, 10 m, straight connector* 3 820 510 Connection cable, 15 m, straight connector* 3 820 810 Connection cable, 20 m, straight connector*...

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