m&h RWP20.50-TP Temperature Probe
Fast and reliable on-machine measurement of workpiece temperature
The m&h RWP20.50 drives high production quality by ensuring that workpieces are only machined when within the defined temperature parameters. Detecting longer wave lengths than infrared, the radio wave probe is ideal for use on large machining centres and 5-axis machines.
m&h RWP20.50 probes are characterised by high measurement reliability, using the SCS (Self-Channel-Select) technology of the microprocessor-controlled receiver to continuously check surroundings and block any interfering signals from other radio wave sources. MDR (Multi Data Rate) technology in the 2.4 GHz range offers fast transmission of high data rates and large data sets.
Offering high flexibility, the bidirectional m&h RWP20.50 is adaptable to changing application requirements; as a modular system, various measuring units, extension and cross-probes can be used.
- Patented technology delivers fast measurement of part temperature for precise production results
- Reliable determination of temperature-dependent parameters enables greater control of production processes, reducing defects and rework times
- AFS (Automatic Frequency Select) technology ensure fast and reliable transmission by scanning frequency ranges of the radio band and automatically selecting frequencies free from interfering signals
- Compact radio wave receivers can be easily mounted in the machine room, with measurement and temperature data transmitted using high-penetration transmitting frequencies (433 MHz or 2.4 GHz)
|Temperature accuracy when using the calibration table of the temperature sensor||
Analogue / digital: ±0.1° C
|Recommended probing feed rate||500 mm/min|
|Maximum stylus overtravel||-6.9 mm|
|Trigger force||13 N|
|Power supply|| 1 x 9 V battery block, 6LR61
Lithium: 1 200 mAh, Alkaline: 550 mAh
|Weight without shank||Approx. 920 g|
|Temperature range|| Storage: 5 - 70 °C,
Operation: 10 - 50 °C
|Material||Stainless Steel, POM|
|Transmission frequency||2400-2483.5 MHz (2.4 GHz)|
|Protection||IP68: EN 60529|