To calibrate infrared pyrometers and thermal imaging systems accurately, it is necessary to have a source of IR radiance that is controlled and predictable. PSC-BBS series of blackbody calibration sources provide a target of known emissivity, temperature and aperture size. These blackbodies can also provide calibration traceability to certified laboratories and national standards.
The BBS 1050 and BBS 1200 Compact Blackbody Sources offer high accuracy in up to 1" aperture in a compact form factor. Designed for compact mid to high temperature applications, making them ideal for smaller systems.
Two Blackbodies perfect for mid to high temperature applications. User selectable temperature set points within 200° to 1150°C (BBS1150) or 300° to 1700°C (BBS1700). Simply adjust the set point on the precision digital PID controller to any temperature within the specified temperature ranges and the two BlackBodies should stablize and begin reading.
Ideal for the verification and calibration of non-contact infrared thermometers, infrared detectors, and imaging systems at lower temperatures. Temperature ranges begin with a low of 5°C to a max of 500°C.
The PSC-BBS100-TE and PSC-BBS110-TE are well suited for the calibration and verification of non-contact infrared thermometers, thermal imaging cameras, FPA (focal plane arrays), and spectrometers. Optional USB interface with software enables the control of the blackbodies via a PC. Temperature ranges begin with a low of -15°C to a max of 110°C.
The BBSxx-FP Blackbody series provides a quick and accurate way to check the calibration of non-contact infrared temperature sensors. Eighteen Blackbody calibration source models are available; offering fixed target temperatures from 35ºC to 150ºC, all providing outstanding stability with less than ±0.2ºC deviation.
The PSC EX series of black body source offer a range of temperatures in a 12" x 12" black body calibration source.
Various Blackbodies with a large uniform extended area emitter plate used for thermal imaging camera calibration and focal point array detectors (FPA). Comes in a variety of emitter sizes and temperature ranges.