Infrared, Temperature Instruments, Temperature

Infrared

Infrared radiation (IR) thermometers measure temperature without contact. The object being measured essentially broadcasts information about its temperature constantly. The physics behind the broadcasting is known as Planck's Law of Thermal Radiation. The IR range falls between the visible portion of the spectrum and radio waves. IR wavelengths are usually expressed in microns, with the IR spectrum extending from 0.7 to 1000 microns. Only the 0.7-14 micron band is used for IR temperature measurement.
Fiber Optic Radiation Thermometer (IR-FA Series)

Fiber Optic Radiation Thermometer (IR-FA Series)

Handheld Digital Radiation Thermometer (IR-AH Series)

Handheld Digital Radiation Thermometer (IR-AH Series)

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Handheld Type Infrared Radiation Thermometers (IR-TA)

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Handheld Type Radiation Thermometers (IR-H Series)

High Speed Radiation Thermometer (IR-CA Series)

High Speed Radiation Thermometer (IR-CA Series)

Infrared Radiation Thermometers (IR-BA Series)

Infrared Radiation Thermometers (IR-BA Series)

IR-610LC Budget Infrared Thermometer

IR-610LC Budget Infrared Thermometer

On-Line Infrared Radiation Thermometer (IR-SA Series)

On-Line Infrared Radiation Thermometer (IR-SA Series)