Noncontact IR temperature transmitter

Stamford, CT— CE-marked low-cost OS100 Series mini infrared (IR) transmitter system features a remotely mounted IR temperature sensor and high-performance microprocessor-based signal conditioner. The device's miniature sensor head design is said to be ideal for measuring temperature in confined, hard-to-reach places and harsh environments.

By Staff December 1, 2002

Stamford, CT – CE-marked low-cost OS100 Series mini infrared (IR) transmitter system features a remotely mounted IR temperature sensor and high-performance microprocessor-based signal conditioner. The device’s miniature sensor head design is said to be ideal for measuring temperature in confined, hard-to-reach places and harsh environments. Electronics are mounted in a NEMA 4-rated diecast aluminum housing. It features adjustable emissivity (0.1 to 1.0), linear voltage, current or type K thermocouple output calibrated for 0-1,000 °F. Price starts at $195.

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