Infrared Thermometer Measures Temps Up To 4500 Degrees

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Omega’s new fiber-optic infrared thermometer/transmitter features a local display and two isolated analog outputs. The dual display indicates current plus minimum, maximum or differential temperatures.

This CE-marked product measures temperature ranges up to 2482 Celsius (4500 Fahrenheit) with an accuracy of 1% of reading. The main electronics is in a NEMA 4-rated aluminum housing with a built-in relay, alarm LED and a four-position programmable keypad to adjust Emissivity (0.05 to 1.00) and high and low alarm set points.

The OS1592 is well-suited for both hard-to-reach small areas and polymer bolt applications. It’s ideal for semiconductor manufacturing to monitor the temperature of the wafer during electrical tests and other manufacturing processes. It’s also applicable to metal annealing to monitor annealing process temperatures.

Company Information

    Omega Engineering

  • One Omega Drive
  • Stamford, CT 06907 (see map)
  • Phone: (203) 359-1660
  • Fax: (203) 359-7700