One of the World’s Smallest Infrared Sensors

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Usable up to 250 °C ambient temperature without cooling

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One of the World’s Smallest Infrared Sensors
One of the World’s Smallest Infrared Sensors

The miniaturized sensing heads are especially developed for the use in small and cramped surroundings and are perfect for applications with limited space, such as midgets instruments and engine constructions. The very advantageous cost-performance-ratio supports the integration of the pyrometers within OEM solutions and simultaneous use of the measurement devices at multiple infrared measuring facilities.

The compact series devices offer inimitable advantages for the installation in applications with high surrounding temperatures, such as within the plastic or paper industry. The robust and ambitious design allows the sensing heads to be used for temperatures up to 250°C without additional cooling. This advantage help to reduce the costs for mechanical installations.

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Posted on July 7, 2020 - (18988 views)
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