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LumaSense Launches Digital Infrared Thermometer with Fiber Optics

LumaSense Technologies has launched the IGA 320/23-LO, the fiber optic technology version of the well-proven IGA 320/23 pyrometer, through which customers can better regulate their production processes.

The IGA 320/23-LO is a compactly designed, short wavelength digital infrared thermometer. This versatile fiber-optics based device allows non-contact temperature measurement from 100°C to 700°C for precisely achieving low temperature measurement on metallic surfaces.

With this IGA 320/23-LO, LumaSense provides a variety of optics for customization of the instrument for specific application. The temperature range is favorable for measuring several low temperature metal applications like annealing, induction processes, welding, soldering, tempering, and beyond. The small dimensions of the optics make it simple for incorporation within compact production machines.

Furthermore, the rapid response time of 2 ms enables measurement of rapid  processes, giving rise to advanced precision and repeatability of convenient measuring results. Integrated with the analytical software InfraWin, the IGA 320/23-LO enables clear detection of potential issues, thereby preventing the process performance from being impacted.

According to the Product Manager Pyrometry at LumaSense, Daniel Schueftan, all manufacturing process mainly focuses on enhancing product quality and improving production yield. Customers can take advantage from IGA 320/23-LO as it is designed with reliability and ease of use and packed with unique features like resistance to high ambient temperatures and capable of withstanding electromagnetic interferences of the optical heads and optical fiber.

LumaSense's temperature and gas sensing solutions ensure reliable application in any critical or complex environment.

Source: http://lumasenseinc.com/

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