AutoSmart IRt/c

October 2020

EXERGEN GLOBAL EXPANDS AUTOSMART IRT/C SENSOR LINE

2020 will be a year that we will remember. Of course, COVID19 is partly to blame but this unheard time allowed us to pretty quickly respond to the needs of our customers.

The AutoSmart IRt/c line has been very successful, especially the M, 01 and 3x versions. You, our customer, clearly indicated the need for two additional versions we called the M4SV and M4. These are the smallest sensors available on the market. Both have a field of view of 4:1, a minimum spot size of 3 mm, a sensing range of 50 to 250°C. You can choose from a side view (M4SV) or a straight view (M4) model.

What the full line has in common is that all users are looking for an unprecedented accuracy of 0.1°C - which is ten times better than standards on infrared sensors with the same output. Combine this with a repeatability error of ± 0.01°C, and we have a winner.

So, if you are in the automation or OEM business and are trying to find a solution to speed up the process without jeopardizing quality or output, then give me a call or email me.

Our engineering support team would love to change your challenge with our AutoSmart IRt/c line into a high-quality solution.

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PRESS RELEASE

“The line has been received extremely well by our printing, drying and manufacturing customers. Accuracy and speed have become essential, even mandatory in their field to stand out and live up to the expectations of their customers”, said Bram Stelt, CEO of Exergen Global. “We are proud that with this very broad line of solutions, we have turned both requirements into reality,” he added.

The AutoSmart IRt/c processes the mV signal from any IRt/c or Micro IRt/c model, linearizes the signal and gives an analog output signal (4-20mA, 0-20mA, 0-5V, 0-10V). You can choose from two global-standard current outputs: 4-20 mA, 0-20mA, or three global-standard current outputs: 0-10V, 0-5V, and 0-1V. No impedance, leakage current, or linearity problems to worry about. OEM’s and system integrators can choose from a range of 0-100°C or 0-250°C target temperature. They can automatically calibrate AutoSmart Transmitter sensors themselves, so calibration can take place at the manufacturing site and take into account environmental factors, such as ambient temperature. AutoSmart IRt/c sensors can be calibrated automatically by OEMs using a USB connector, software and a heat source. Also custom calibrations are offered.

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