20mA Fixed Mount Infrared Temperature Sensor, 1.00" @ 4" Distance, 212° to 932°F
- Item # 1CVJ2
- My Part #
- Mfr. Model # RAYCI1B10L
- Catalog Page # 617
- UNSPSC # 41112213
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- Item Fixed Mount Infrared Temperature Sensor
- Sensor Item Fixed Mount Infrared Temperature Sensor
- Sensor Output Type J Thermocouple
- Sensor Power Source 12 to 24VDC
- Sensor Spot Size and Distance 1.00" @ 4"
- Sensor Emissivity 0.95
- Sensor Measurement Temp. Range 212 Degrees to 932 Degrees F
- Sensor Accuracy +/-2.0%
- Sensor Cable Length 10 ft.
- Sensor Current Rating 20mA
- Impedance 50 Ohms
- Loop Resistance 50 K Ohms
- Spectral Response 8 To 14uM
- Ambient Temp. Range 32 Degrees To 160 Degrees F
- Response Time 350ms
- Repeatability +/-1% of Measured Value or +/-2 Degrees F, Whichever Is Greater
- Sensor Length 3.5"
- Thread Size 3/4-16 UNF
- Dia. 0.75"
- Environmental Applications IP 65 (NEMA-4)
- Includes (2) Mounting Nuts and Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty Length 2 years
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This item is restricted for international sale.
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