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Sales Manager, Scott Nagle had this to say: “Ultra-small spot sizes are no problem for these fast and highly accurate noncontact temperature sensors. Both models are specifically engineered for mid to high temperature applications in steel, metals processing and induction heating. Additionally, they are ideal for use in ceramics, composites, sintering, furnaces and semi-conductor applications.”

The PSC-CS-Laser-2ML has a temperature range of 250 to 800°C (482 to 1472°F) and optical resolution of 150:1. Its companion 2MH model boasts a temperature range of 385 to 1600°C (725 to 2912°F) and optical resolution of 300:1. Each model offers a choice of five selectable optics. Perfect for harsh environments, the PSC-CS-Laser-2ML/2MH sensors are built to operate at ambient temperatures up to 185°F (85°C) without cooling apparatus. Rugged and innovative protective hardware assemblies are available for use in high temperature environments.

On board emissivity adjustment is easily accessible, or can be accomplished remotely via software. The versatile PSC-CSLaser-2ML/2MH sensors make field adjustments simple with re-scalable temperature ranges and set up of simultaneous alarm output using the PSC Connect software. Ever efficiency minded, Process Sensors has constructed these selfcontained thermometers with built in short circuit and polarity reversal protection.

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Process Sensors Corporation is a private company with a manufacturing facility and corporate headquarters located in Milford MA, USA. The company is a manufacturer and distributor of non-contact temperature and moisture measurement instruments, and the associated calibration systems. Technical and application support is provided worldwide through direct, regional and sales representative offices.

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