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py·rom·e·ter

(pī-rom'ĕ-tĕr),
An instrument for measuring high degrees of heat, beyond the capacity of a mercury or gas thermometer.
[pyro- + G. metron, measure]

pyrometer

(pī-rŏm′ĕ-tĕr) [″ + metron, measure]
A device for measuring a very high temperature.
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The temperature range of the thermoMETER CTP-3 extends from 50[degrees]C to 400[degrees]C and the pyrometer provides stables measurement values in ambient temperatures up to 75[degrees]C.
This pyrometer is ideal for industries that must operate in cold temperatures - utilities and gas industry and other areas where extreme conditions exist.
The second addition to the family is the SPOT M210, a single wavelength pyrometer utilising short wavelength 2.3pm spectral response and providing high accuracy readings within the range of 50[degrees]C to 1100[degrees]C (122[degrees]F to 2012[degrees]F).
This is especially true for handheld pyrometers because the thermocouple tip can be inserted at different depths and/or locations in the crucible.
The pyrometer is connected with the CU and this has a connection to the laser system.
All four digital pyrometer gauges produced by Hoyt have a digital display with anti-glare/fog filter which is viewable in light and dark operating conditions.
The Diversification Programme enabled it to invest in new electronics, hardware and tooling to help design a new state-of-the-art controller which can be used across various industries John Smith, managing director of Industrial Pyrometer, said: "The Diversification Programme has been vital in supporting the company and sharing the risk involved in new product development
The infrared pyrometer is used to check liner, medium, and single face webs' surface temperature from side-to-side (operator-to-drive side).
The heated cavity provides a target of known temperature and emissivity, and virtually any infrared pyrometer with a spot size diameter less than 44.5 mm (1.75") can be calibrated.
Each phase unit has a re-circulating convection system in which the temperature is regulated by a pyrometer that measures the exact temperature of the board, not the surrounding air.