The Pyrometer Digital 500 II digital thermometer is a rugged portable easy to read thermocouple pyrometer that utilizes interchangeable, reusable thermocouple tips for both surface and immersion applications.
The PYRO MicroTherm optical pyrometer temperature sensor for non contact high temperature measurement is a disappearing filament pyrometer for precision high temperature measurements on small targets to 0.0005″.
The PYRO Optical pyrometer temperature sensor for non contact high temperature measurement operates by allowing the operator to compare the intensity of light radiated from a target at visible .655µm wavelength to the known brightness of an internal calibrated lamp.
The PYRO Immersion Thermocouple Thermometer is a rugged portable easy to read thermocouple pyrometer that utilizes interchangeable and reusable immersion thermocouples. This analog pyrometer is ideal for temperature measurement using thermocouple thermometer K type thermocouples.
The PYRO Analog Thermocouple Thermometer is a rugged portable easy to read thermocouple pyrometer that utilizes interchangeable and reusable thermocouples for temperature measurement. This analog pyrometer is ideal for temperature measurement using thermocouple thermometer type J thermocouples.
The Pyrofiber® Industrial Automatic Emissivity Measurement System (AEMS) infrared thermometer uses the latest fiber optic sensor and pulsed laser technology to precisely measure the true target non contact temperature
The Pyrofiber® II infrared thermometer uses the latest state-of-the-art electronic technology to measure precisely the true target temperature measurement. While all non contact infrared thermometer instruments measure a target radiance temperature, the Pyrofiber® II has the ability to provide the highest degree of accuracy in the true target temperature control within ±3°C.
As a complement to the Pyrofiber® II infrared thermometer temperature measurement, the Pyrofiber® Model E10 is a rugged industrial or laboratory version reflectometer based instrument which can be used measure the emissivity of solid target materials.