a. Conforms to Industry 4.0 standards
b. Integrated laser sighting
Galvanic isolated outputs
Plastic lens option for food application
c. Analog input for ambient compensation and adjusting emissivity setting
d. USB for easy setup
Simple, two-wire or digital installation
f. Backward compatibility to old Raytek® and Ircon® in class sensors and accessories
Fieldbus interface options: Ethernet, EtherNet / IP and PROFINET IO
The Thermalert 4.0 series of integrated infrared temperature sensors provide accurate temperature measurement for a wide variety of process control applications. These pyrometers conform to Industry 4.0 standards, combine innovative digital technology and standard two-wire installation for all setups. With various types of communications, the Thermalert 4.0 IR sensor with laser aiming, provides the features you need to control your process in a compact, integrated package that is easy to install and operate.
DataTemp® Multidrop Software
DataTemp® Multidrop software provides you with the tools you need to configure your sensors – then monitor temperatures on a real-time graphical display. The bar graph feature shows temperature profiles across a web or at various spots along a process. Use the program to record and archive your process temperatures. High and low alarms are shown, making it easy to identify out of range conditions.
A wide variety of options and accessories are available to customize the installation of your Thermalert 4.0 sensors. Lens protectors and air purge collars offer protection in harsh environments. The water-/air-cooled housings can be specified for operation in ambient temperatures up to 175°C (315°F). For extremely harsh environments, the ThermoJacket is recommended. This rugged cast aluminum housing protects the sensors in ambient temperatures to 315 °C (600 °F). It completely encloses the sensor, combining thermal and mechanical protection with air purging of the lens. The Thermalert 4.0 sensor can be installed or removed while the ThermoJacket is in its mounted position.