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industrial high speed fibre optic infrared transmitter
industrial high speed fibre optic infrared transmitter

Omega introduces the OS4000 series of industrial high speed fiber optic infrared transmitters, measuring temperature from 200 up to 1600 degrees Celsius using three standard optical fields of view and three standard fiber optic cable lengths. This fiber optic infrared transmitter has a very fast response time of one millisecond and adjustable Emissivity from .05 to .99. Other standard features are built in laser sighting for lens probe positioning, linear analogue output, high and low alarm outputs, fiber optic gain adjust, maximum & minimum temperature measurement, RS232 interface, and a Windows based PC interface software.

Posted on November 10, 2009 - (1743 views)
Omega Engineering Inc.
One Omega Drive
6907 Stamford - USA
+1-203-3591660
+1-203-3597640
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