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Infrared Temperature Sensors

Non-Contact measurment

Our Compact Infrared Sensors Thermometer Series includes a wide range of noncontact pyrometers for industrial and OEM applications in temperatures ranging from -40 to 1650°C (-40 to 3002°F).
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Raytek CI

Compact and easy to install, the Raytek CI noncontact infrared pyrometer measures temperatures ranging from 0° to 500°C (32°F to 932°F). Accessories are available for cooling and air-purg

Raytek CM Infrared Sensors

With temperature ranges from -20 to 500°C (-4 to 932°F), the Raytek CM is a rugged single-piece system with the flexibility to handle a variety of OEM and end-user manufacturing applications.

Raytek GP

The Raytek GP infrared pyrometers come with two types of rugged sensors: GPR and GPS. They both provide standard or close focus optics and target temperature from minus 18° to 538°C (0° to 1000°)

Raytek MI3

With an extended temperature range of -40 to 1800°C (-40 to 3272°F) and multi-sensor design, the MI3 Series represents a new generation of performance and innovation in noncontact temperature monitoring for OEM applications and manufacturing processes. Intrinsically safe MI3 models are specifically designed for use in explosive atmospheres.

Infrared Sensors Industry Applications

Metal Processing
Monitor temperatures in all steps of the metallurgical process with infrared thermometers.
Building & Construction Materials
Verify temperatures in cement, construction materials, and architectural glass manufacturing.
Glass Processing
Monitor temperatures in Melt Furnace, Flat Glass, Bottles and Containers, and Glass Fiber production.
Packaging, Paper & Converting
Use IR sensors in automation applications including packaging, printing and converting.
Plastic Processing
Measure temperatures of extrusion, thermoforming and coating to ensure top product quality.
Solar Industry
Monitor temperature at every step of your process to improve productivity and product quality.
Maintenance
Reduce maintenance costs and
improve safety with noncontact
IR temperature systems.
Other Applications
Use IR sensors in fire detection,
tobacco drying, food, automotive, electrical, plant and facilities
monitoring applications.

Metal Processing
Monitor temperatures in all steps of the metallurgical process with infrared thermometers.

Building & Construction Materials
Verify temperatures in cement, construction materials, and architectural glass manufacturing.