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PyrometerThe Metis M3 line of pyrometers from Process Sensors Corp. is available in both single- and dual-wavelength versions, offering manually adjustable focus, fixed focus, or remote motorized focus optics.

The precise alignment of the target is accomplished by laser through lens sighting or real-time color video. It can be used in ambient temperatures up to 80° C, with fiber optic versions on the optical head rated up to 250° C. Based on the electronic, high-resolution, 16-bit digital signal processing, and equipped with digital inputs and outputs, the devices feature an accuracy of 0.25% to meet high industry demands. The sensor’s built-in video chip offers the ability to view a color composite video in real time that can be displayed on a video monitor or PC using a standard off-the-shelf video to USB frame grabber.

Applications include heating, materials, nuclear, R&D, and industrial uses.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2020

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