IR 1600 Infrared Thermometer
High-temperature infrared (IR) pyrometer gun measures temperatures up to 1600ºC / 2912°F
IR 1600 is a high-temperature infrared (IR) thermometer gun or pyrometer ideal for use in steel, metal and ceramic mold casting and other high-temperature industrial applications. Thanks to an impressive optical resolution of 300:1, the IR 1600 pyrometer can measure the temperature of very small objects. In addition, the pyrometer's emissivity can be adjusted according to the surface of the material to be measured.
The pyrometer's internal memory stores up to 2000 measurement protocols. The device includes a USB port, data cable and Windows-compatible software for quick and easy data transfer to a PC for further analysis.
Infrared Thermometer IR 1600 ｜火焰溫度測量
Measuring range 385 ... 1600°C / 725 ... 2912°F Spectral 1.6 μm Accuracy ± (0.3% T measurement ± 1°C / 1.8°F) Reproducibility ± (0.1% T measurement ± 1°C / 1.8°F) Optical resolution 300: 1 Response time 100 ms Visor Double laser class II (<1 mW) Focus 12 mm / .5 in @ 3.6 m Scope All types Additional functions MIN / MAX / Scan / HOLD Alarm functions Optical and acoustic HIGH / LOW alarm Emissivity Adjustable between 0.100 ... 1.000 Data storage 2000 readings Interface USB Software Data cable and software included LCD lighting Three-color alarm display Tripod mounting device Yes, for all standard tripods Power supply Ni-MH rechargeable battery Battery life 5 h with laser and display illumination,
25 h without laser and display illumination
Adapter 220V AC, 50 / 60Hz Storage temperature -20 ... 60°C / -4 ... 140°F Ambient temperature 0 ... 50°C / 32 ... 122°F Relative humidity 10 ... 95% non-condensing Dimensions 264 x 203.5 x 60 mm / 10.4 x 8 x 2.4 in Weight 1000 g / 2.2 lbs
The Connect Report software for the PCE-IR 1000 Series high-temperature meter is included in delivery and offers the following options:
- Change device settings
- Download logger data
- Display and record temperature-time progressions
- Easy creation of image-based temperature reports