TITLE

Two-color optical charge-coupled-device-based pyrometer using a two-peak filter

AUTHOR(S)
Fu, Tairan; Zhao, Huan; Zeng, Jun; Zhong, Maohua; Shi, Congling
PUB. DATE
December 2010
SOURCE
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec2010, Vol. 81 Issue 12, p124903
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A two-color optical charge-coupled-device (CCD)-based pyrometer was developed using a multipeak interference filter with a color CCD sensor to measure multicolor signals with specified wavelengths. The effective and simple method adjusts the fixed spectrum response characteristics of a color CCD to allow improved temperature measurements. This pyrometer system not only has the advantage of traditional two-color (two-wavelength) pyrometry, but also overcomes the restrictions of color CCDs that can only be applied in waveband measurements. The measurement performance of the system using a two-peak filter (λ1=643 nm, λ2=564 nm) was evaluated by blackbody experiments. The results show that the low temperature detection limit is increased about 200 K with an increase in the sensitivity of the measured signals compared with the original system without two-peak filter [Fu, et al., Opt. Laser Technol. 42, 586 (2010)]. And the effective temperature range is also increased when T > 1233 K. The measured ratio CR/CG is monotonically relative to the temperature, which simplifies the measurements. The temperature sensitivity of 2.49 is larger and more uniform than the temperature sensitivity of 1.36 in the previous original system. Thus, the measurement performance of the new system is greatly improved. Finally, as an application, the surface temperature distribution of stainless steel sample in hot environments was determined by this new CCD-based pyrometer. The results agree well with the spectrometer-based results and further verify the applicability of the new system.
ACCESSION #
65091155

 

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