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- Model Impac IPE 140/39 - Digital Pyrometers with Focusable Optics for Metal and Glass Temperature Measurement, 20 to 1800°C

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Advanced Energy’s Impac 140/39 allows you to measure temperature through flames and combustion as well as penetrate glass. 3.9 µm spectral range, Focusable optics, Small spot sizes, Short response times, Built-in digital display, Precision mounting rail.

Accurately measure temperature through flames and combustion gases. The Impac® IPE 140/39 pyrometers are specifically designed for non-contact temperature measurement of metal parts in flame-heated furnaces. It features a narrow spectral range of 3.9 µm that eliminates the influence of humidity and CO2.

Glass Temperature Measurement

The IPE 140/39 can also measure glass temperature if limited glass penetration is necessary (e.g. glass drop). Utilize to avoid measurement errors caused by partially cooled down surfaces.

  • Measure temperature through flames and combustion gas without error
  • Reduce emissivity errors
  • Penetrate glass to avoid errors caused by cooled down surfaces
  • Adjust parameters via keypad or interface
  • Switch between RS232 / RS485 interfaces

  • Three temperature ranges between 20 to 1800°C are available
  • Three focusable optics with small spot sizes available
  • Short response times
  • Built-in digital display
  • Precision mounting rail

Temperature Measurement

IPE 140/39

  • 20 to 700°C (MB 7)
  • 75 to 1200°C (MB 12)
  • 300 to 1450°C (MB 14.5S)
  • 200 to 1800°C (MB 18)

Measurement

Spectral Range
3.9 μm

Optical

Optics
Three focusable optics

Distance Ratio (FOV)
Minimum 200:1 (minimum 0.7 mm)

Typical Applications

  • Measurement through flames and combustion gas without influencing the measurement, e.g. for measurements of metal parts in flame-heated furnaces.

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