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The PSC-55N pyrometer series from Process Sensors Corp. are high-speed, one- and two-color devices designed for use in the steel and metal, ceramic and furnace, and soldering industries.

The pyrometers are ideal for precise temperature measurements from 200° to 3000° C, operating in the shortwave spectral range with a fast, adjustable response time of 5 ms to reduce or compensate for changes in target or surface emissivity. Three sighting methods of through-lens sighting, an integrated red laser aiming light, or color video are available for precision aiming. There are four high-resolution, fixed-focus optics selections to choose from, as well as optional variable optics with motorized focus ability.

The video version is recommended for remote real-time viewing via a video monitor in a control room or laboratory. The video camera also facilitates installation in difficult conditions when the pyrometer is hard to reach or the measured area is not easily accessible.

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2021

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