Industrial High-speed Fiber-optic Infrared Transmitter Measures Temperatures up to 1600 Degrees Celsius

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Omega introduces its OS4000 series of industrial high-speed fiber-optic infrared transmitters. This instrument is cabable of measure temperature from 200 to 1600 degrees Celsius (392 to 2912 degrees Fahrenheit) using three standard optical fields of view and three standard fiber-optic cable lengths.

This CE-compliant transmitter has a response time of one millisecond and an adjustable emissivity from .05 to .99. Other standard features include a built-in laser sighting for lens probe positioning, a linear analog output (1 mV/ Deg, 0/5 VDC, 0/10 VDC or 4-20 mA), high- and low-alarm outputs, a fiber-optic gain adjust, a maximum and a minimum temperature measurement, a RS232 interface and a Windows-based PC interface software to allow changing response times, high and low alarm set points and data logging. A transmitter mounting bracket and mounting nuts are also included.

Optional accessories include a water cool jacket, vacuum bushing, an air purge collar and a mounting bracket for the fiber-optic lens probe. Two relays with contact closure outputs and custom optical fields of view and temperature ranges are also available. Recommended applications include induction heating, vacuum chamber, metal processing and power generation.
 
Price starts at $1495.

Company Information

    Omega Engineering

  • One Omega Drive
  • Stamford, CT 06907 (see map)
  • Phone: (203) 359-1660
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