Thursday October 1, 2020 0 comments
DENVER -- Advanced Energy (Nasdaq: AEIS) announced the release of its new pyrometry platform, the Impac® Series 600, for non-contact temperature measurement of non-metallic or coated metallic surfaces in industrial manufacturing applications.
Featuring a modular, field-configurable multichannel plug-and-play design, the Impac Series 600 is Advanced Energy’s newest pyrometry platform.
The multi-sensor head design, which interfaces with a central hub, enables cost-effective temperature measurement of up to eight points and can be used in power control and optimization of industrial heating applications.
The Impac Series 600 is user-friendly and provides the flexibility to support applications in a wide variety of target markets, including automotive, laminating, injection molding, PET bottle production, packaging and more.
Its modular capabilities enable the addition or replacement of temperature measurement points without the need to return the system to the factory for calibration, reducing downtime and overall cost of ownership, the company said.
“The Series 600’s highly configurable digital architecture and ability to interface with a variety of customer protocols delivers on the Industry 4.0 promise of real-time data analysis and improved process control for uniformity and repeatability,” said Jeff Hebb, VP, product marketing, photonics and power control solutions group at Advanced Energy.
“It also means higher equipment uptime through predictive maintenance. Building on Advanced Energy’s industry-leading Impac pyrometers, we are lowering the barrier to implementing highly accurate, multipoint temperature monitoring and control.
“Our goal is to offer customers architecture that is flexible and easy to install and maintain, while also providing an attractive cost of ownership. With the new Series 600 platform, we are planning further expansion to additional temperature and wavelength ranges for a growing number of industrial applications.”
Advanced Energy will showcase its new pyrometry platform, including the Series 600, during the 2020 Furnaces North America virtual event through Oct. 2.