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FRANKLIN LAKES, N.J., Aug. 30, 2021 — Fiber Optic PyrometerThe PSC-GRF11N pyrometer from Process Sensors Corp. is a fiber optic, two-color device designed for lower starting temperature measurements beginning at 300 °C.

Four temperature ranges are offered: 300 to 1100 °C, 350 to 1300 °C, 400 to 1600 °C, and 500 to 2300 °C. The PSC-GRF11N operates in ambient temperatures up to 250 °C and is immune to high magnetic frequencies encountered in manufacturing facilities. Independent of emissivity and spanning a wide range of demanding industrial applications including induction heating, heat treating, steel and other metals, composites and ceramics, as well as semiconductor processing, the 5-ms response time is ideal for quick measurement processes. A selection of variable focus fiber optical lenses provides small spot sizes from 0.7 mm in diameter.

An integrated sensor laser provides for precision aiming onto the center of the target. The linear temperature output signal of 4 to 20 mA simplifies installation of the PSC-GRF11N into existing measurement and control systems. Each device is equipped with a galvanically isolated RS-485 Modbus RTU interface, allowing the setting of parameters and software evaluation in bus systems as well.



Published: August 2021
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