Process Sensors offers a wide range of versatile portable IR thermometers that feature green/red laser or thru-lens optical telescopic sighting, and PSC Software for analysis & data logging, and on board audible / visible alarms. The precision adjustable or fixed focus optics provide small spot sizes with fast, easy, and accurate temperature measurements from -50°C to 3300°C.
The most techologically advanced portable Capella series is offered in 1 or 2-color versions, precision accuracy, rugged aluminum housing with rubber bumpers, adjustable focus optics, and ultra fast speed of response. It comes in high resolution optics (FOV: 350:1) with the ability to display minimum, maximum, and average temperature simultaneously in real-time.
Short wavelength portable IR thermometers (less than 3u) such as the Models Capella C3, PSC-90 series, & PSC-PTLST-20-1M/2M are very effective in measuring metals/shiny surface applications. Examples include molten metals and crucibles, induction heating of metals, furnace applications, molten glass, semiconductor wafers, composites, ceramics, and spot measurements viewing through glass, quartz, or sapphire windows into a vacuum furnace.
Our PSC-MS series portable thermometers with a 8-14u wavelength are used for general purpose / dull surface application measurements. Electrical connections, motors, switch gear, PC board components, paper composites, wood, rusted / dull metals, and etc are all examples of such applications.
The Capella C3 Series of hand-held, battery operated 1- and 2-color IR thermometers brings all the advanced measurement capabilities of PSC fixed mounted pyrometers to the workplace in portable form. This rugged, comprehensive model series offers green laser or through lens sighting, ultra fast speed of response, short-wave devices for precise measurement of metals, welding, molten glass, furnace refractory, kilns, semi-conductors and ceramics. Features temperature ranges from 250°C to 3300°C.
A handheld portable IR thermometer series with temperature ranges beginning at 0°C and ending at 1800°C. Enables precise aiming at extended targets due to twin lasers and built-in optical telescope.