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Mikron Infrared Introduces Temperature Sensors

Mikron Infrared Inc., Oakland, N.J., has added two infrared temperature sensor models to its product line.

The MI-500N is a digital, non-contact infrared temperature sensor suitable for textile, dryer and infrared furnace, plastic thermoforming and semiconductor applications, among others.

The MI-500N can operate in ambient temperatures of up to 185°F without water cooling, and can measure temperatures between -40°F and 1,292°F. It comes equipped with a relay contact and alarm, switchable analog output, digital RS232 or RS485 UPP® output, and built-in digital peak/valley storage. Additional features include built-in temperature display and three push buttons to allow adjustment of all parameters without external instruments.

The MI-N3000 is a non-contact infrared temperature sensor suitable for original equipment manufacturer (OEM) applications that can be used on webs, conveyor belts and dryers in thermoforming operations to sense variations in temperature. Suitable applications include plastics, rubber, textiles and glass. The MI-N3000 operates in ambient temperatures of up to 158°F, measures temperatures between 34°F and 932°F, and is equipped with thermocouple and voltage outputs.

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