Temperature Measurement Products

Impac IGA 140/23 Series

Digital, Highly Accurate Infrared Thermometers With Optional Interfaces, 50 to 1800°C

Advanced Energy's Impac IGA 140/23 series pyrometers are digital, highly accurate pyrometers for non-contact temperature measurement on metals, ceramics, graphite etc.

  • Temperature ranges between 50 and 1800°C
  • Available with three different focusable optics
  • Short response times <1.5 ms
  • Extremely small spot sizes min 0.5 mm
  • Available with Ethernet, Profinet, and Profibus interfaces
  • Overview
  • Technical Specs
  • Documents
  • Accessories
  • Service & Support

Overview

The Impac® IS 140/23 series includes digital, highly accurate pyrometers for non-contact temperature measurement on metals, ceramics, graphite, etc. in temperature ranges between 50 and 1800°C. Three different focusable optics with extremely small spot sizes are available. 

The -PB types are equipped with a Profibus-DP interface and -PN types are equipped with a Profinet interface. They can easily be integrated into existing Profibus and Profinet systems, respectively. As part of standard delivery, the GSD file (Profibus) and GSDML (Profinet) offer a selection of five different module configurations for varying requirements. The -ET types are equipped with an Ethernet interface.

Benefits

  • Change optics without recalibration of the pyrometer
  • Set any temperature sub-range within the full temperature range
  • Achieve accurate alignment and safe mounting with the housing with precision mounting rail
  • Connect to existing Profibus and Profinet systems with optional interfaces

Features

  • Standard switchable digital RS232/RS485 interface with optional Profinet, Profibus, and Ethernet interfaces
  • Adjustable settings via the instrument, integrated keypad, or via the interface
  • Laser target light or through lens viewfinder
  • Built-in digital display with temperature indication

Select specifications are shown below. Please see product data sheet for additional specifications.

  • Temperature Ranges

    IGA 140/23

    50 to 700 °C (MB 7)
    75 to 900 °C (MB 9)
    100 to 1300 °C (MB 13)
    150 to 1800 °C (MB 18)
    Any range adjustable within the temperature range, minimum span: 50°C

  • Measurement

    Spectral Ranges

    2.0 to 2.6 µm

    Measurement Uncertainty

    Up to 400°C: 2°C
    400 to 1500°C: 0.3% of reading in °C + 2°C
    Above 1500°C: 0.5% of reading in °C
    ε = 1, t90 = 1 s, Tamb. = 23°C

    Repeatability

    0.1% of reading in °C + 1°C
    ε = 1, t90 = 1 s, Tamb. = 23°C

    Exposure Time t90

    < 1.5 ms; with dynamical adaption at low signal levels

    Emissivity ε

    10.0 to 100.0% adjustable via interface in steps of 0.1%

  • Optical

    Sighting

    Laser targeting light (max. power level < 1 mW, λ = 630-680 nm, CDRH class II) or through lens viewfinder

    Optics

    Three different focusable optics

    Distance Ratio (FOV)

    Minimum 340:1 (minimum 0.5 mm)

  • Interface and Communication

    Display

    Illuminated LC display for temperature indication or parameter settings

    Parameters

    Adjustable at the Device or via Interface: Emissivity, Transmittance τ, exposure time t90, 0 to 20 or 4 to 20 mA, subrange, clear times for maximum value storage, automatically or external deletion of maximum value storage, address, baud rate, wait time tW

    Readable at the Device or via Interface: Measuring temperature, internal instrument temperature

    Analog Output

    0 to 20 mA or 4 to 20 mA (linear), switchable

    Digital Interface

    RS232 or RS485 addressable (half duplex), switchable; Baud rate 1200 up to 115200 Bd
    Alternatively: Profibus, Profinet, or Ethernet

  • Environmental Specifications

    Protection Class

    IP65 (DIN 40 050)

    Ambient Temperature

    0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F) at housing

    Storage Temperature

    -20 to 80°C (-4 to 176°F)

    Weight

    Approximately 0.55 kg (1.21 lb)

    CE Label

    According to EU directives about electromagnetical immunity

  • Electrical

    Power Supply

    24 VAC/DC (12 to 30 VAC/DC) (AC: 48 to 62 Hz)

    Power Consumption

    Maximum 7.5 W

    Load

    0 to 500 Ω

    Isolation

    Power supply, digital interface, analog output are galvanically isolated against each other and housing

  • Typical Applications

    • Preheating
    • Annealing
    • Tempering
    • Welding
    • Forging
    • Hardening
    • Sintering
    • Melting
    • Soldering
    • Rolling
    • Brazing
    • Normalizing

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Not all options and accessories are available for all models and configurations. Dimensions listed generally refer to standard configurations and module bodies only. Please confirm technical specifications and customizations with a sales representative. Advanced Energy is not responsible for errors or omissions.

Accessories

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Rotation/Scanning Attachments and Built-in Scanner

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Extremely Fast, Digital, and Programmable PID Controller

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