High Speed Pyrometer

High speed fiber coupled pyrometer with LASCON® Controller

Dr. Mergenthaler high speed pyrometers are characterized by accuracy, speed and flexibility. They form a complete pyrometer system consisting of high speed temperature data acquisition, visualisation and monitoring, real time data storage and archiving. With the integrated temperature process controller you can control lasers power or induction generator power. Once installed, the systems operates on it’s own. Therefore no PC connection is needed. The high-speed pyrometer system measures, controls, stores pyrometer and process data and supervizes the process with a rate up to 15 kHz. With the software package LASCON®, you can visualize and supervise the process and set parameters.

Features

  • 10.000 ( optional 15.000 ) temperature measurements per second
  • Over 700 units sold in industry and research
  • Choose between infrared and 2 color pyrometer
  • Measurement range: Infrared pyrometer from 100°C ( 70°C ) , 2 color pyrometer from 300°C
  • Selectable temperature ranges up to 3000°C
  • Glas fiber length up to 40m , measurement spots down to 0.3mm
  • Use with all diode lasers (808nm,940nm,980nm), NdYAG 1064nm , CO2 10.6µm …
  • Visible aiming beam , dimmable
  • Store up to 500.000 processes in real time to internal flash disc
  • Monitor the process
  • Program up to 255 different process scripts and activate them
  • Temperature and power monitors to create ok/not ok statements
  • 24V industrial I/O interface ( start, stop, ready, active, script select, process error…)
  • Analog In / Out
  • Ethernet connection
  • Analog Out 0-10V (0-5V) to control laser, heat source , induction generators
  • Remote On/Off
  • 24V power supply or wide range power supply 90-260VAC
  • Connect keyboard, mouse, monitor locally or connect to ethernet network
  • Self monitoring and diagnostic routines

Special pyrometers

  • Measurement of surface temperature of silicon ( Si ) wafer with special bandpass filter
  • High speed measurement of low temperatures starting from 70°C with cooled detectors
  • 2 and 3 channel pyrometers ( each channel either infrared or 2-color pyrometer )