ILT5000, SED623/SCS695/W IR Hazard Measurement System

Bench-top research IR hazard measurement system

ILT5000, SED623/SCS695/W

Part Number: ILT5000, SED623/SCS695/W

Bench-Top Research IR Hazard Measurement System

  • 10+ Decade Dynamic Range of Optical Analysis
  • Pico-ammeter: 10fA to 1mA (calibrated from 100fA - 1mA)
  • Wireless Communication, Built-in
  • User controlled or Auto: Range, Zero/Dark, Sample Rate
  • 4-20 mA Output
  • 15 pin D Sub and SMA sensor/input ports
  • “Set it & Forget It” Remote Data Logging
  • Power: USB or Built-in Re-Chargeable Battery Pack
  • Multi-System Simultaneous Continuous Monitoring
  • Includes DataLight II Software and Labview Sample Code
  • NIST-Traceable/ISO17025 Accredited Calibration
  • Sample Rate Up to 100 Hz, Programmable
  • Made in the USA
  • Custom & OEM Inquiries Welcome



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INFRARED HAZARD DETECTOR Designed for taking accurate IR hazard measurements in W/cm2.


Measurement Range: 9e-5 to 4e-1 Watts/cm2
Hazard Spectral Range: 700 - 2100 nm
Order part number: ILT5000 (meter), SED623/SCS695/W (detector)


Applications: Thermopile-based detector with a quartz window providing the ideal sensitivity for making thermal irradiance hazard measurements. Please note, that by the very nature of thermopile-based detectors, this detector is heat sensitive and exposure to heat sources including the measurement source, should be kept to a minimum and the detector allowed to cool between readings.

 

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Filters and input optics are removable and may be ordered separately from the detector assembly to allow filter and input optic swapping.


 

Note:  For simultaneous multi-sensor data logging, ILT also offers the ILT6000 Rack-Mount Radiometer System with the same specifications as the ILT5000 in a 2-10 unit, rack mountable housing.
 

ILT6000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the latest meter specifications, data sheet, installation guide, tech notes and software, visit the ILT5000 page here.