The New Calex Temperature Handbook - The Essential Guide For Engineers

Date: 24 March 2005
Source: Calex
Calex Electronics is pleased to announce the publication of its new 14th edition Temperature Handbook continuing its 30-year history of providing high quality temperature solutions.

This essential guide provides in depth information on the physics of infrared thermometry and articles on non-contact thermometry applications. It also contains extensive information on thermocouples, resistance thermometers and thermowells to help with selecting contact temperature sensors.

The new Calex Temperature Handbook contains technical information on the complete Convir range of fixed mount and handheld infrared temperature sensors, which includes:

•Fixed and handheld infrared sensors capable of measuring temperatures from -50C to 3000C
•Single, Dual and Multi-Wavelength units for all applications including food, paper, plastic, glass, metal and alloy processing

Other products, which are also included in the 14th edition Temperature Handbook, are:

•Calibrators for both contact and non-contact temperature sensors
•Low-cost handheld and industrial thermocouples and resistance thermometers
•Handheld humidity and temperature meters
•Fibre-optic sensors which are immune to strong electromagnetic fields
•High quality controllers, indicators, recorders, signal conditioners and power supplies

The Temperature Handbook is an invaluable reference tool for all engineers interested in monitoring and controlling temperatures. It is the definitive handbook on non-contact temperature measurement, and provides one place to obtain all the detailed information required to understand and use infrared temperature sensors.

600450 The New Calex Temperature Handbook - The Essential Guide For Engineers
Date: 24 March 2005
Source: Calex

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