The unique OS36 IR t/cTM brings together the economical thermocouple with the advantages of non-contact temperature measurement. The OS36 produces a thermocouple output signal that can be used with any standard J, K, T or E thermocouple instrumentation. The thermocouple’s accuracy is specified for target emissivity between 0.8 and 1.0. For other emissivity values, readings can be corrected to provide accurate measurements. Even without correction, the readings are extremely repeatable, for use in process and quality control applications.
SPECIFICATIONS Accuracy: ±2% of nominal range; blackbody source Repeatability: ±1% rdg Temperature Coefficient: ±0.02% nominal range per °F Temperature Compensation Range: Complies with ASTM standards over 27 to 93°C (80 to 200°F) range Operating Ambient Temperature Range: -18 to 85°C(0 to 185°F) with internal cold junction compensation Ambient Temperature Compensation: Internal temperature cold junction compensation up to 538°C (1000°F) watercooled, 400°C (750°F) air-cooled, with cooling jacket option model OS36-APC Storage Temperature Range: -45 to 121°C (-50 to 250°F) Output Impedance: 3 k? Response Time: 80ms Spectral Response: 6.5 to 14 microns Field of View: 60°; specified accuracy for target distances up to 12.7mm (0.5") Dimensions: 4.45 L x 1.27cm Dia. (1.75 x 0.5"); 2.4m (8') PFA coated lead wires Housing: Stainless steel with silicon window, hermetically encapsulated Weight: 15g (0.5 oz) head only
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what is the max range of the OS36-10. data sheet has a dimension of 10 X. 10 X of what?
Asked by: WAM1134
Our Product Manager as advised that it's not Max distance, 10x is way of mentioning spot to distance ratio. The way this infrared works is you can keep this sensor to the distance 10x of the diameter of spot you are measuring. So if spot you are nearing is 1 inch diameter, the sensor needs to be around 10 inches away from spot to measure this accurately. Please contact our Tech Support if you have any further questions, thank you!