The MI-N3000 infrared temperature sensor from Mikron Infrared Inc. allows original equipment manufacturers to detect hot spots on moving material. The compact sensor can be used in multiple locations on conveyor belts, dryers, webs and in thermoforming operations to detect temperature variation, the firm said. It operates in ambient temperature up to 70°C and can measure temperatures between 34 and 932°F on rubber, plastic, wood, paper, textile, glass, ceramic, paint, varnish, asphalt and food applications. Call 201-405-0900; fax 201-405-0090; or e-mail [email protected] for more information.
Sensor detects hot spots on moving material
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