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Automated kiln and refractory monitoring
Visualization on PC Ethernet TCP/IP interface
PC-independent alarm output
Analog output 3 x 4 – 20mA
Kiln shell temperatures are monitored along the entire length of the kiln. The infrared line scanning system detects kiln hot spots due to refractory loss, damage, or wear.
Data from up to 4 scanners or individual point sensors (optionally used to monitor the burning zone and tire slips) can be seamlessly integrated into one complete thermal image.
Detect abnormal operating conditions such as faulty flame position and shape!
Optimize and manage kiln maintenance! Extend the operational life of kiln and refractory!
To ensure reliable operation in even the harshest kiln environments, the MP150 line scanner, which is used in the CS210 thermal imaging system, is designed with a rugged cast aluminum housing and mounted in a robust stainless-steel enclosure.
|Attribute Name||Attribute Value|
|Documentation from Manufacturer|
|Protection Rating Housing|
Stainless steel, Aluminum
±3 °C, ±0.5%
|Output Signal Type|
Ethernet, RS485, OPC
|Measurement Range (°C)|