Infrared Thermometer / Surface Temperature Sensor for LoRaWAN®
The infrared thermometer (pyrometer) allows remote surface temperature measurements. The sensor measures the thermal energy radiated by the target. The measuring area on the target is a round spot whose diameter depends on the distance between target and sensor lens.
The relation between distance and measuring spot diameter is expressed by the optical resolution of 15:1. In order to get correct temperature measurements, the target area must always be larger than the measuring spot.
Sensor data are transmitted in real-time using LoRaWAN® radio technology. LoRaWAN® enables encrypted radio transmissions over long distances while consuming very little power. The user can obtain sensor data through Decentlab’s data storage and visualization system, or through the user's own infrastructure.
Visit www.decentlab.com for more information about Decentlab's data cloud service.
- -20 ... 80 °C for ambient temperature
- -40 ... 1030 °C for object temperature
- Accuracy: ±1.5 % or ±1.5 °C
- Optical Resolution: 15:1
- Repeatability: ±0.75 % or ±0.75 °C
- Spectral Range: 8 ... 14 μm
- Environmental rating: IP 63
Datasheet and decoder on www.decentlab.com/support