The Isotech Pegasus special, high temperature oven with short insert

Calibrating short temperature sensors at high temperatures is quite the challenge. How do you keep the temperature constant and homogenious when the insertion depth of the sensor is at times limited to only 2.5 centimetres? And yet we regularly encounter such sensors. Especially in the automotive industry, but also in furnace and similar applications.

Isotech has had a portable temperature oven in its range for years with a temperature range of approximately 150 to 1200°C. Including a metal insert and an insertion depth of 80mm with an insulator of 50mm on top. By replacing the metal insert with a 130mm length, it is also possible to work with short sensors, but this means the accuracy and the temperature range are limited.

In cooperation with TTMS, Isotech has now developed a new Pegasus unit especially for sensors with a length of 25, 35 and 50mm.

The Pegasus-T version is based on the current Pegasus Advanced Unit with the extended controller. For each sensor insertion depth, a special controller loop has been made with an associated reference thermocouple in the temperature heating block. If desired, an external TC type R can also be used as a reference in the insert.

With the Pegasus-T unit we have a temperature range of 150 to 1100°C. An extra TC provides an Over Temperature Protection (OTP), which in turn benefits the lifetime of this Pegasus.

Integration in an automatic calibration setup is possible by means of an Ethernet and USB interface.

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Arnold Memelink

Arnold Memelink


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