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Infrared Thermometers

Optris Infrared Sensing LLCRequest Info
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Optris GmbH has introduced the CSmicro series infrared thermometers with minimized electronics and an LED display. The improved price-to-performance ratio supports integration into OEM solutions and provides simultaneous operation at several infrared measuring points. The compact pyrometers are used in the automotive industry and can be included in mobile paint dryers for temperature control, or during lamination and welding of plastic parts to ensure constant process and quality monitoring. The sensors cover a temperature range from 240 to 1600 °C. The LED display in the electronics aids sensor adjustment and shows the condition of the pyrometer (e.g., overheating of the sensor). The electronics, located within the cable, measure 31 x 12 mm. The miniaturized sensing heads can be used in cramped surroundings.

Photonics Spectra
Sep 2011

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