m&h Infrared Receiver IRR91.42

m&h IRR91.42 – Compact infrared receiver with HDR+ technology

IRR91.42 reliably receives measurement and temperature data. It can communicate with m&h infrared probes and infrared tool setters. The receiver can communicate with three different probing systems on the same machine. All necessary components are integrated in the compact stainless steel housing.

  • Turning/milling centers, vertical turning machines, milling machines and machining centers 
  • Direct connection to the machine control without requiring an additional electronic module
  • Use on multi-axis machines with swiveling head possible
  • HDR (High Data Rate) and HDR+ infrared transmission exclude interference of measuring from ambient light
  • Robust and absolutely immersion-tight – in acc. with IP68
  • Processes measurement and temperature data
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Robust and waterproof
The housing of the IRR91.42 is made of stainless steel and only viton seals are used. The IRR91.42 easily handles the requirements in the machine tool.

Supports temperature probe

The IRR91.42 can communicate with m&h’s Infrared Temperature Probing System IRP25.50-TP. This technology is patented and brings many benefits on your machine tool. 

Can be mounted in the headstock

Thanks to it’s extremely compact design, the IRR91.42 fits in every machine and can even be mounted directly in the headstock.
 Signal evaluation  High data rate (HDR-Bidi (B) and HDR+)*
 Power supply  12 - 30 VDC, max. 100 mA
 Weight  100 g
 Temperature range  Operation: 10° - 50°C
 Storage: 5° - 70°C
 Material  Stainless steel
 Sealing  IP68: EN60529
 IEC529/DIN40050 (attached)
 Mounting  Air blow screw, M4 thread
 Connection  Industry standard 8-pin plug, M12x1 thread
 Shock tested  In ±X, Y and Z
 500G for 7 ms
 5,000 times
 Load resonant frequency  Test passed

*HDR+ is only possible in conjunction with IRP25.50 (mechanical activation and activation code A or C) and IRP40.02

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