Temperature Sensor Goes To Extremes

Temperature Sensor Goes To Extremes
Exergen Corp.

Now available, the Extreme IRt/c non-contact temperature sensor reportedly withstands extreme vibrations and other environmental changes while maintaining notable reliability and accuracy. The sensor features a custom-designed ultra-rugged housing that protects the sensor from extreme vibrations, shifts in pressure, and other acute ambient changes. Self-powered, the Extreme IRt/c has a temperature sensing range of -50°F to +1200°F (-45°C to +650°C). It is hermetically sealed in a stainless steel housing, and delivers accuracy of 1% to factory calibration conditions. The drift-free sensor provides resolution of as much as 0.00018°C (Johnson Noise), instantaneously updates, and has response time of 100 ms. A datasheet is available at http://www.exergen.com/industrial/PDFs/extremeirtc.pdf  

Exergen Corp.
Watertown, MA
617-649-6322
http://www.exergenglobal.com

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Company: Exergen Corp.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 617-649-6322

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