The new DX-Series Hand Held Infrared (IR) Thermometer, a family of affordable, high-precision, emissivity-free infrared thermometers. A continuation of the popular D-Series family of handheld IR microscanners, the DX-Series provides the highest accuracy at a fraction of the cost.
The DX-Series Hand Held Infrared (IR) Thermometer is accurate for ISO 9001, 9002, 9003 traceability, and it is also for improving production speeds wherever temperature is important.
The new DX-Series Hand Held Infrared (IR) Thermometer from Exergen are ideal for accurate and reliable surface temperature measurements or for more complex tasks such measuring the R-factor in building insulation.
The DX-Series Hand Held Infrared (IR) Thermometer has been designed with a unique, patented Automatic Emissivity Compensation System (AECS) that creates its own blackbody in order to provide emissivity-free temperature readings. They are the only infrared instruments that can be certified as to NIST-traceable accuracy on real surfaces of unknown or varying emissivity, thereby being completely free of the errors that plague other measurement instruments including contact devices.
The first instrument of the series, the DX501, has a temperature range of -50 to 550°F (-45 to 287°C). Other members of the DX-Series have a sensing range up to 1600°F (871°C). The DX501 requires no calibration and produces a reading in less than 0.1 seconds, for a remarkably quick, precise and easy reading. It is available with a remote probe, and an RS232 connection is also available as an option.
Designed for ease of use and measurement flexibility, the DX features:
- Dual purpose, AECS as well as MAX and SCAN measurement modes
- Measurement resolution to 0.1 °F or 0.1°C
- Factory calibration for precise results
- A 10 second display reading hold
- Internal self test and error diagnostic codes to insure proper function
DX-Series Hand Held Precision Infrared (IR) Thermometer
DX-Series Operators Manual
COMMUNICATIONS SHEET: For users of the DX501 with RS232 digital output, the data communications sheet is here.