You get the complete solution line-up of non-contact temperature measurement technology from one source. DIAS develops and manufactures its products in Germany. We offer you an individual and professional consulting service around your measurement task. Our sales partner is at your place and finds an optimal solution with you together. As a specialist for costumized system solutions we realize complex projects including project planning, software, installation, startup and maintance.
Our offer – a huge product range for non-contact temperature measurement
- Infrared camera series PYROVIEW for measuring temperature distrubutions
- Infrared line camera series PYROLINE for recording of temperature profiles
- Pyrometer series PYROSPOT for spot temperature measurement
In addition, we offer a variety of accessories, special products from simple temperature switch to complex system solutions, for example, for early fire detection, software, calibration sources and services.
We also develop and manufacture special infrared sensors and arrays, not only for non-contact temperature measurement, but also for gas analysis and spectroscopy.
Non-contact temperature measurement – your benefit
- Non-destructive measurement
- Continuous real-time observation of your process
- Measurement at parts that are difficult to access
- Temperature measurement over small and large distances
- Measurement of fastchanging temperatures
- Measurement of extreme high temperatures (up to 3000 °C)
- Temperature measurement on aggressive materials as well as in electro magnetic fields
Which spectral ranges does suit to which application?
Principle: Measure at wavelengths as short as possible to minimize temperature measurement errors resulting from emissivity inaccuracies.Please read this article for more information.
|Material||Temperature range||Spectral range||Device designation|
|Non-metals, coated metals||-40 °C to 1000 °C||8 µm to 14 µm||“L”|
|Ultra-thin glass||300 °C to 1200 °C||about 7.7 µm||“U”|
|Glass surfaces||100 °C to 2500 °C||4.8 µm to 5.2 µm||“G”|
|Carbon||500 °C to 2000 °C||about 4.5 µm||“C”|
|Measurements through flames and
|300 °C to 2500 °C||about 3.9 µm||“F”|
|Metals, ceramics, graphite||250 °C to 2500 °C||1.5 µm to 1.8 µm||“N”|
|Metals, ceramics, glass melts||600 °C to 3000 °C||0.8 µm to 1.1 µm||“N”|