The all-textile protective gloves are designed for use in extinguishing fires.
The gloves allow to read temperatures on the surface of the glove and to measure the temperature of remote objects.

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  1. 1. Temperature sensor
  2. 2. IR sensor
  3. 3. Laser pointer
  4. 4. Switch (Power switch/Mode switch)
  5. 5. Bar graph
  6. 6. Status LEDs
  7. 7. Accumulator box

Measuring with the temperature sensor

The temperature sensor for reading the temperature on the surface of the glove, close surrounding of the firefighter - is located on the ring finger and is protected by a cover made of DuPont™Nomex® material while also being in contact with the surrounding air.

  • The temperature measuring on the glove surface
  • 1. Mode switch – Mode 1
  • 2. Temperature sensor
  • 3. LED bar graph - Visual information
        about current temperature

Measuring with the IR sensor

The IR sensor [infrared sensor] for measuring temperatures of remote objects is located beneath a silicon cover on the back of the glove. The accuracy of the measured temperature of the remote point depends on the distance between the glove and the measured point.

  • Measuring temperatures of remote objects
  • 1. Mode switch – Mode 2
  • 2. IR sensor
  • 3. Laser pointer
  • 4. LED bar graph - Visual information
        about current temperature

The laser pointer shows the middle of the measured area of the remote object.

Distance of IR sensor from measured surface (m) 0,1 0,5 1 2 4 6 8 10 20
Diameter of measured surface (cm) 1 4 9 17 35 52 70 87 175

The relationship between the surface measured by the IR sensor and the distance from which the surface is measured.

LED bar graph

The LED bar graph is located on the back of the glove and is protected by a clear silicon cover. The colour changes when set temperature limits are exceeded and the user is visually informed of the current measured value.

At any given moment, the bar graph displays values measured from only one of the sensors – either the temperature sensor or the IR sensor.

Status LEDs

The status LEDs inform the user of the charge status of the glove accumulator and the wireless connection with the smartphone.


When the glove is switched on, both the temperature sensor and the IR sensor are immediately functional, and temperatures are measured while the glove remains switched on. In mode 1, the bar graph displays the temperatures measured with the temperature sensor; in mode 2, the bar graph displays temperatures measured with the IR sensor.

Display of measured values

Visual display gives a possibility to divide the temperature range into 6 levels. Besides the first range, in which only one green LED shines, two LEDs always shine at the same time. Five limit values can be set separately for the temperature sensor and the IR sensor. The table shows the factory settings for limit values.

BAR GRAPH Temperature range
Temperature sensor IR sensor
green   < 100°C < 100°C
green orange from 100°C to 125°C from 100°C to 150°
orange orange from 125°C to 150°C from 150°C to 200°C
orange red from 150°C to 175°C from 200°C to 250°C
red red from 175°C to 200°C from 250°C to 300°C
red LEDs blink > 200°C > 300°C

The customer can change these values based on their specific needs. To do so, it is necessary to download the SensPro® application, which is available for Android and Apple systems.

SensPro® application

This window shows both numerically and visually at what limit temperatures the glove bar graph changes LED colours. Limit temperatures can be independently set for measuring with the IR sensor (IR limits) and measuring with the temperature sensor (TC limits).
Displaying the measured values gives the option to control the functionality and the settings of the glove.

Accumulator box

The accumulator box contains a 3.7 V 1450mAh Li-ion accumulator; the box is held in an inner pocket of the glove. A USB micro-B connector is used to connect the device to the accumulator and to connect to the charger.
The operating time of the glove is 24-32 hours, depending on the use of the laser pointer.

Material composition

SensPro® 8101

Upper material:
DuPont™ Nomex® fabric with ceramic coating 1.

50% DuPont™ Kevlar®/50% DuPont™ Nomex® knitted fabric with silicon coating

Reinforcement – back:
HiPro® – Hidden Protection
• special construction of inner reinforcement of the back
• the basic layer in the reinforcement is structurally undulating PORON® XRD™ impact-absorption material 3.
• high protection against radiant heat (58.5 s), high area-wide shock protection, improved glove maintenance

Reinforcement on fingertips:
Para-aramid fabric

Intermediate layer:
Aramid non-woven fabric 2.

Membrane Porelle® FR 4.

Aramid lining with increased grammage /Lining with self-cooling effect 5.


Other information:

Anatomic glove cut / 3D Pattern
Reflective elements, high-visible Nomex®
Snap hook for hanging gloves to clothing
Tightening strip with velcro fastening

DuPont™, Kevlar® and Nomex® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company.
XRD® Extreme Impact Protection is a registered trademark of Rogers Corporation or its affiliate.

Size assortment: 7-8-9-10-11-12


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