IR Module Eases Temperature Monitoring

July 6, 2004
Capable of being integrated within a variety of products such as automated machinery, automation instrumentation, appliances, and consumer products, the TN9 series infrared temperature sensor modules promise to simplify temperature monitoring and

Capable of being integrated within a variety of products such as automated machinery, automation instrumentation, appliances, and consumer products, the TN9 series infrared temperature sensor modules promise to simplify temperature monitoring and control. The module can sense across an air space to measure the surface temperature of objects and materials from -33°C to +220°C. It features adjustable emissivity and operates over an ambient temperature range of -10°C to +50°C and delivers a N.I.S.T traceable accuracy of ±2%, or 2°C, with a resolution of 0.0625°C. Additionally, the module comes standard with 1:1 optics and outputs a serial data stream providing target temperature and ambient temperature. Price starts below $20 each. For more details, contact Winston Wu at RADIANT INNOVATION INC., HsinChu, Taiwan. + 886 3 564 4185, ext. 310.

Company: RADIANT INNOVATION INC

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