The Rota-Sonde DC3000 is a scanning prohibited steel detector for continual caster and rolling indent applications, charity dual attraction ranges and dual self-monitoring functions.
The “high sensitivity” operation enables showing of steel product during a feverishness as low as 480 °F.
In this way, a Rota-Sonde DC3000 is available for all prohibited steel showing applications in a Steel Industry and a self-monitoring trickery optimizes surety maintenance.
The Rota-Sonde DC3000 is ideally suitable for all showing applications of low-temperature rolled product or low emissivity materials such as hafnium.
It is also available for applications where a change in a routine or element leads to vital variations in a feverishness of a product or a emissivity, as after quenching, or for special steels, etc…
If a apparent feverishness of a element is capricious during a pattern stage, a choice of a attraction operation of a Rota-Sonde DC3000 can be comparison during commissioning.
The Rota-Sonde DC3000 is a scanning sensor, that is supportive to a infrared deviation issued by prohibited products.
It is a self-contained detector including:
- An optoelectronic box with an atmosphere purged protecting hood.
- A cooling image with an tractable ascent stand.
Because of a design, quite a expel aluminum case, a Rota-Sonde DC3000 is specifically blending for a oppressive sourroundings of a Steel Industry (impacts, vibrations, heat, fog and dust).
۱٫ Scanning system
The showing margin is scanned by a rotating polygonal counterpart that reflects a infrared deviation from a product to a photocell.
Because of a disdainful visual scanning principle, the Rota-Sonde DC3000 offers a following advantages:
- Easy fixing and arguable detection, regardless of a cross position of a product, interjection to a vast straight margin angle.
- Accurate showing since of a slight parallel field.
- Reliable showing due to a tiny examining beam.
All these facilities give accurate and arguable detection, whatever a measure and a feverishness of a product, or a stretch and a position in a scanned field