The development of the principle of non-contact infrared temperature measurement
The non-contact pyroelectric infrared thermometer is a new type of infrared thermometer that uses the pyroelectric effect. Compared with other traditional thermometers,
Extensive use of pyrometers in various industrial fields
The sharp drop in prices in recent years has opened up more and more application fields, especially in low temperature areas or to replace general traditional thermometers.
Advantages of fiber optic infrared thermometer
Due to the separation of the optical path system and the circuit system, the optical path system of the thermometer can be installed in a high temperature environment and can work stably online for a long time.
Application field and use requirements of high-speed thermometer
It is aimed at the coaxial laser, which can accurately measure the temperature of the target, with stable repeat measurement, fast response, simple operation and reliable use.
Fluorescent fiber optic temperature transmitter product introduction
Fluorescent optical fiber temperature transmitter is a multi-channel optical fiber temperature measurement device. The temperature measurement channel can be expanded according to the demand,
Measuring principle and characteristics of 2color pyrometer
The 2 color pyrometer has high sensitivity and fast response, can observe small targets, and has high halo measurement accuracy.
Working principle of high temperature infrared thermometer
The infrared radiation characteristics of an object—the magnitude of the radiation energy and its distribution by wavelength—has a very close relationship with its surface temperature.
What are the advantages of fiber optic infrared thermometer
Compared with the integrated infrared thermometer, the fiber optic infrared thermometer has many advantages.
What are the characteristics of fiber optic thermometer
The probe is PFA Teflon coated so it can be used in corrosive chemical environments, 100% non-metallic, does not generate any sparks for flammable and explosive environments.