M555 Spyrometer

Description

The IST-Quadtek® Spyrometer3, with its patented combination of a color video camera and a scanning pyrometer, gives the operator the ability to see process conditions while measuring the temperature of virtually any area in the field of view. The M555 imaging pyrometer takes the video image and the temperature information, multiplexes it and sends it, via coaxial cable, to the image processor in the control room and displays it on a VGA monitor. On-screen temperature measurement data is also accessible through 4-20mA outputs which can easily be interfaced to yourcontrol system.

  • M555 Imaging Pyrometer Camera is used for industrial processes where video and temperature information are both essential
  • It is available in two options. It measures higher temperatures from 848-1816°C (1558-3301°F) and lower temperature from environments of 663°C-1255°C (1225°F-2291°F)
  • Ability to see process conditions while measuring the temperature of virtually any area inthe field of view
  • The imaging pyrometer takes the video image and the temperature information, and sends it, via a single coaxial cable,and displays it on a VGA Monitor
  • On-screen temperature measurement data is also accessible through 4-20mA outputs whichcan easily be interfaced to your control system
  • Useful in Rotary Kilns, Clinker Coolers, Fossil Utility Boilers, Steel Reheat Furnaces

PYROMETER SENSOR

Temperature Range

TR2: 1558°-3301°F (848°-1816°F)

TR1: 1225°-2291°F (663°-1255°F)

Temperature Accuracy

±1.0 % Full Scale

Measurement Technique

Dual Wavelength ratio pyrometry

Spectral Regions

Narrow bands centered at 0.8 and 1.6 micron

Spot Size

Approximately 1/24 of horizontal image width

Spatial Scan Resolution

47 horizontal x 35 vertical width of the image

Scan Rate

Scan speed with size and number of TMZ’s or via operator adjustment

 

CAMERA

Power

115-230 VAC, 50/60 Hz

Camera Detector

Solid state color image sensor

System Resolution

300 lines minimum throughout the image

Video

1.0V p-p, 75ohm, CCTV signal

VTN: NTSC or /VTP: PAL video timing selected at time of order

Control

Iris adjustment on rear of camera; remote iris adjustment from the processor

Application Filter

Filters are provided to match your process and maximize performance. Contact your Sales Representative

 

LENS

Construction

Air or water-cooled 304 stainless steel outer shroud; sapphire window for max. environmental protection

Type

Straight view lens: /L30M

Length (L)

703mm (27.7”)

Type

45° offset lens: /OAL 30W

Length (L)

694mm (27.3”)

For details on our full range of spyrometer lenses, please contact your Sales Representative

Field of View

Wide: 75°H x 58°V

Medium: 50°H x 38°V

Narrow: 35°H x 26°V

Diameter

L: 1.5” (38mm); /OAL: 2.0” (51mm)

Cooling Requirements

Instrument quality air*, 25-40 SCFM

(12-19 dm3/ sec) @5-15 psig (34-103kPa), required for straight lens

Thermocouple

TJ: Type J thermocouple option;

TK: Type K thermocouple option

 

ENCLOSURE

Construction

CEI: Corrosion-resistance, insulated,  air-cooled, NEMA 4; /CEW: Corrosion-resistant. Water-cooled, NEMA 4

Cooling Type

Vortex cabinet cooler, 25 SCFM@ 100 psi

(13 dm3/ sec @ 690 kPa); instrument-quality air required or water cooled option available

Ambient Environment

Max. 140°F (60°C) with negligible radiant heat load. Water cooled option available to handle high radiant heat environment

 

MECHANICAL

Video Output Jack

Female PL-259 “UHF” type

Power Input Jack

Removable waterproof miniplug (JOY type TP, female 3-conductor; mating power cord provided)

Enclosure Cooling Input

¼” brass quick-disconnect nipple; mating coupler (Snaptite BVHC4-4F) provided

Lens Cooling Input

½” brass quick-disconnect nipple; mating coupler (Snaptite BVHC8-8F) provided

Weight

30 pounds (14Kg) for standard air-cooled configuration (lens and camera)

 

 

  • Rotary Kilns: Monitor cement and lime kiln product and temperatures. See potential kiln upsets early. Interface temperatures to your DCS
  • Glass: View for flame impingement and product flow. Accurately measure refractory temperatures
  • Fossil Utility Boilers: Observe flame shape and temperature of each burner. Assign a temperature cursor to each flame to aid in controlling NOx levels
  • Steel Reheat Furnaces: See areas of non-uniform heating and adjust product speed or combustion accordingly. Position temperature cursors to accommodate size and shape of the load
  • Cement Clinker Coolers: Monitor the cooler for red rivers and upset conditions. Optimize cooling patterns by measuring clinker temperature on the first grate. Aids in reducing equipment breakdown and refractory degradation. Obtain continuous visual of clinker depth and reaction to grate speed changes.
  • Copper Casting Wheels: Optimize metal flow to the casting mold while monitoring from the control room. Measure temperature of metal in casting spoons

 

 

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