New Products: Infrared Temperature Sensor

Sept. 11, 2008
The IRt/c.3X-RF infrared temperature sensor measures refrigerated-food temperature with no contact.

It is specially calibrated for 0 to 100°F, with an in-line transmitter that puts out a drift-free analog output of 0 to 10 V (with changes in ambient temperature). The hermetically sealed stainless-steel sensor and transmitter are rated NEMA-4X and IP67and can be immersed during washdown. Measuring and controlling food-product temperature with no contact avoids cross contamination.

Exergen Corp., Industrial Div.
400 Pleasant St.
Watertown, MA 02472
(800) 422-3006

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