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    Infrared Temperature Sensor for Human Body

    $565.79
    Factory price infrared temperature sensor for human body, with RS485 signal output, measurement range 28~45℃, simple structure and high precision. This IR temperature sensor is easy to install, infrared measurement, non-contact, which can be used for temperature monitoring in schools, supermarkets and hospitals, etc.
    SKU: ATO-IR-400F
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Low cost infrared temperature sensor for humans can be used for schools, institutions, business, hospital, supermarket, store, community, community, library and shopping mall, etc.

    Specification

    • Model: ATO-BRW600-400F
    • Measurement Range: 28 ~ 45℃
    • Object Distance Ratio: 10:1
    • Power Supply: 5 ~ 30VDC
    • Accuracy: ± 0.3℃
    • Signal Output: RS485
    • Working Temperature: 50℃
    • Response Time: 200ms
    • Maximum Current: < 50mA
    • Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 85℃
    • Ambient Temperature: -40 ~ 85℃ (Better measurement effect at 0~ 50℃)
    • Relative Humidity: 10 ~ 95% (No Condensation)
    • Protection Grade: IP65
    • Dimension: L113mm * φ18.7mm
    • Shell Material: Stainless Steel
    • Weight: 1kg

    Dimensions (Unit: mm)

    Dimensions of infrared temperature sensor

    Details

    Infrared Temperature Sensor Details

    Tips: Working principle of non-contact infrared temperature sensor

    Any object radiates infrared energy outward, and the intensity of the radiation varies with temperature. An infrared temperature sensor is an optoelectronic sensor that receives infrared radiation and converts it into an electrical signal, which is amplified, linearized, and processed by electronic circuits to display or output temperature. The size of the measured target and the optical properties of the infrared thermometer determine the distance between the measured target and the measuring head. In order to avoid measurement errors, the measured target should fill the field of view of the detector head as much as possible. Therefore, the measured point should always be kept smaller than the measured object or at least the same size as the measured target.

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