Fiber Optic Pyrometers immune to electromagnetic noise

October 2005
New Equipment Digest;Oct2005, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p14
Trade Publication
This article presents information on digital fiber optic infrared pyrometers from Mikron Infrared Inc. These pyrometers are designed for harsh environments such as ambient temperatures or areas where electromagnetic interference can influence accurate measurement. Models MI-S5 LO and MI-GA5 LO have respective wavelengths of 0.8 to 1.1 micrometers and 1.45 to 1.8 micrometers. Their optical heads measure a very small spot size; 2-ms response time is suitable for the fastest heating processes.


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