Self Powered IRt/c's
The most reliable non contact temperature sensors on earth. No active electronics, so these passive devices can not fail. Mean Time Between Failure reports have been documented with a rate of > 1,000 years between failures. The patented technology separates the IRt/c from all other non contact temperature products. If you are building reliable equipment, reliable sensors that will minimize downtime and increase your production should be on there.
Self Powered IRt/c's are The Most Reliable Non-Contact Sensors on Earth!
Mean Time Between Failure rate > 1,000 years
IRt/c’s are Intrinsically Safe just like conventional t/c’s
Principles of Operation
IRt/c Principles of Operation – The IRt/c is calibrated to match a conventional thermocouple at a specific temperature. By adjusting the calibration setting (c) of the IRt/c to equal the Seebeck coefficient (α), the signal output (mVout) will be within 2% linear to match the conventional t/c at temperatures close to the calibration point. So when the non-contact, self powered IRt/c is wired into a conventional t/c input device the target temperature (Tt) displayed will be the same as the surface temperature (Ts), the conventional t/c is displaying. Target controlled to 240(F)
Conventional t/c mVout = a (Ts-Tcj) a = Seebeck coefficient
IRt/c mVout = c (Tt-Ts)+a (Ts-Tcj) when c=a mVout = (Tt-Tcj) c = calibration setting
IRt/c vs. conventional t/c mv output: The IRt/c mV signal output matches a t/c at it's calibration point, and is 2% linear at temperatures close to that point. The IRt/c signals are repeatable and predictable, see the comparison of the IRt/c and conventional t/c curves.
Turbocharge Your Product Line With Exergen IRt/c Technology! Reduce set-up time and scrap, increase product quality, throughput and profitability, whatever the product or process with IRt/c’s.
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