The PyroCube is an infrared pyrometer with an extremely fast response time and a very small measurement area size. It is available with or without the PM030 touch screen interface.
120°C to 350°C
Measurements below 120°C are possible with reduced stability
Analogue output scale
Factory set to:
4 mA = 80°C
20 mA = 350°C
Adjustable via optional touch screen module or RS232
Response Time (95%)
Adjustable up to 5 s via averaging function
Measured Spot Diameter
12 mm at distance 200 mm; varies depending on measurement distance (see Field of View Diagrams below)
Red LED built-in as standard on all models, shows the position and size of the measurement area. Switchable on/off.
Accuracy of Measurement
Adjustable, 0.3 to 1.0, via RS232C or optional touch screen interface
Touch Screen Display Format
2.83” (72 mm) resistive touch TFT, 320 x 240 pixels, backlit
Language (English, Chinese, Japanese)
Temperature units °C/°F
LED sighting on/off
Date & time (for data logging time stamps)
Peak hold period, decay level
Emissivity setting (with teach function)
Reflected energy compensation (with teach function)
Output temperature range
Polarity on error
Alarm mode, levels, hysteresis
PM030 Data Logging Specifications
MicroSD Card (optional), max. 32 GB, equal to 16 years of data at the fastest sample rate of 1 per second
Data Logging Interval
1 second to 1 day (configurable)
Internal Clock Battery
1 x BR 1225 3V (not included)
Instantaneous target temperature, hold temperature, alarm events
Configurable Parameters (Data Logging)
Number of samples
Configurable Parameters (Alarm Logging)
Log times when triggered, acknowledged, reset
Log data while triggered
1 analogue output and 1 alarm output
4-20 mA (this is the default factory setting on all models)
Output type can be changed via optional PM030 touch screen interface to a choice of:
Voltage (range depends on model, see Ordering)
1 open drain alarm output, rated 27 V DC, 0.2 A
5 to 27 V DC, 100 mA max
RS232C Modbus RTU, non-isolated
Output Cable Connection to Sensor
The given measured spot size contains 90% of the energy detected by the sensor. We normally recommend the target is at least twice as large as the given measured spot for maximum accuracy.
Accuracy specifications are valid up to the maximum distances shown.
Weight (without cable)
Environmental Specifications (PyroCube Sensor)
Operating Ambient Temperature
0°C to 50°C
-15°C to 70°C
Operating Ambient Humidity
30% to 85% RH non-condensing
||Optional touch screen terminal for indication, configuration, data logging and alarm outputs. Sensor is available with or without display.
The PyroCube P measures the temperature of thin film plastics from 120°C to 350°C.
Thin-film plastics are often highly transmissive to infrared radiation, which makes them very difficult to measure with most sensors.
The PyroCube P uses a special measurement wavelength of 3.4 µm to accurately measure the temperature of many types of plastic film that cannot be measured with general-purpose sensors (see Features above).
An extremely fast 10 ms response time, small measurement area and continuous LED sighting make the PyroCube suitable for even the most challenging applications.
The PyroCube may be installed with or without the PM030 touch screen interface.
The PyroCube P sensor may be ordered with or without the PM030 touch screen interface.