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    Infrared Temperature Sensor, Non-Contact, 0 ~ 1200℃

    Low price non-contact infrared temperature sensor online sale, with 4-20mA or RS485 signal output, object distance ratio 20:1, accuracy ±2% or ±2℃, easy assembly and high precision. This industrial IR temperature sensor with infrared measurement, can measure 0 ~ 1200℃ temperature.
    SKU: ATO-IR-400A
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    Delivery date: 6-12 days

    Industrial non-contact infrared temperature sensor with high performance sensor probe can detect reflect light. IR temperature sensor can measure temperature continuously, millisecond response speed, small in size, suitable for narrow working conditions.


    • Model: ATO-BRW600-400A
    • Measurement Range (Optional): 0 ~ 100℃, 200℃, 300℃, 400℃, 500℃, 600℃, 700℃, 800℃, 900℃, 1000℃, 1200℃
    • Object Distance Ratio: 20:1
    • Power Supply: 10 ~ 30VDC, 5 ~ 30VDC
    • Accuracy: ±2% or ±2℃
    • Emissivity: 0.95
    • Signal Output (Optional): 4-20mA, RS485
    • Working Temperature: 85℃
    • Response Time: 200 ms
    • Response Wavelength: 8 - 14um
    • Maximum Current: < 50mA
    • Storage Temperature: -40 ~ 85℃
    • Ambient Temperature: 0 ~ 60℃ (Better measurement effect at 0~ 50℃)
    • Relative Humidity: 10 ~ 95% (No Condensation)
    • Protection Grade: IP65
    • Dimension: L119mm * φ18.7mm
    • Shell Material: Stainless Steel
    • Weight: 1kg

    Dimensions (Unit: mm)

    Dimensions of non-contact infrared temperature sensor


    Wiring of infrared temperature sensor


    Infrared Temperature Sensor Details

    Tips: Infrared temperature sensor for electrical power system

    Many equipment accidents in the power system are initially caused by abnormal heating, and many substations with a large number of electrical equipment have implemented unattended working conditions. If these equipment are under high load for a long time, the temperature will often rise, which is often invisible to the human eye at first, eventually leads to thermal failure when the temperature increases cumulatively.

    The use of infrared temperature sensors to monitor the temperature of electrical equipment in operation can directly observe whether there is a suspected fault in the equipment. By combining with the Internet of Things, cloud computing and other technologies, the monitored equipment temperature and other abnormal events can effectively help power workers solve thermal faults and defects in the operation of substation equipment, and ensure the healthy operation of electrical equipment.

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