Infrared thermometer, as the name implies, relies on infrared to quickly detect small changes in operating temperature, thus reducing the cost and maintenance complexity caused by equipment failure from the root problem.
The infrared thermometer consists of optical system, photodetector, signal amplifier, signal processing and display output. Followings are its advantages:
1.High accuracy: it’s usually within 1 degree; This performance is especially important when you are doing preventive maintenance. Such as monitoring will result in equipment damage or stop the production conditions and special events, because most of the equipment and plant operating 365 days, downtime equates to reduce revenue, to prevent such losses, by scanning all the electronic devices – circuit breakers, transformers, fuses, switches, bus and the switchboard to find hot spots.
2. Easy to use: Infrared thermometers provide rapid temperature measurements that can read almost any connection point in the time it takes a thermocouple to read a leaky connection point.In addition, infrared thermometers are solid, lightweight (both lighter than 10 ounces) and easy to put in a holster when not in use. So you can take it with you when you are on the factory tour and during your daily inspection work.
3.Good security:Safety is the most important benefit of using an infrared thermometer.Unlike contact thermometers, infrared thermometers can safely read hard-to-reach or unreachable target temperatures. You can read the target temperature as far as the instrument allows. Non-contact temperature measurements can also be made in areas that are unsafe or difficult to contact, such as near a steam valve or a heating furnace. They do not run the risk of burning your fingers if you accidentally touch them.
The appearance of infrared thermometer is another important manifestation of the detector field, which is of great importance to us.
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Post time: Jan-02-2020