During 1990, Pyrometer introduced the MicroTherm non-contact disappearing filament pyrometer to view miniature targets. The next products to come from the company were automatic emissivity correcting IR thermometers with fiber optic sensors.
The Pyrofiber® Industrial thermometer handles industrial applications while the Pyrofiber Lab meets the special needs of laboratory applications. These instruments use lasers and reflectometers to determine emissivity. They read the radiance emitted from a hot target. Then they fire their pulse lasers at the target, collecting the reflected energy in the main sensor heads. These instruments can detect values to an accuracy of ±3°C with a data acquisition rate of 1 ms.
At the turn of the new century, The company relocated to new offices and facilities in Northvale, NJ. and Pyrometer introduced the Pseries line of precision blackbody calibration sources.
In late 2002, Pyrometer introduced the Optitherm III which allows emissivity and temperature measurement on highly reflective or polished materials. This technology brings a higher degree of temperature measurement accuracy to such applications as scientific, semiconductor in-situ growth and specialty steels.