Digital pyrometer Sekidenko OR4000T
with fiber opticmulti-channelnon-contact

digital pyrometer
digital pyrometer
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with fiber optic, multi-channel, non-contact
for semiconductors

Max.: 3,500 °C (6,332 °F)

Min.: 50 °C (122 °F)


Multi-Channel, Non-Contact Optical Fiber Temperature Pyrometer with Configurable Wavelength Range and Fixed-Emissivity Correction The Sekidenko OR4000T is ideally suited to measure temperature in the most tightly controlled applications, where uniform, repeatable temperatures are required for process success. •Configurable wavelength based on material type and required temperature range •Multi-channel measurement capabilities using remote lensed optical sensors or sapphire light pipes for in-situ measurement •Both analog and digital communications with optional Fieldbus protocols for closed-loop control Overview The Sekidenko OR4000T is a multi-channel, non-contact optical fiber temperature pyrometer that measures infrared energy being emitted from an object and converts it into usable temperature data (degrees °F or °C). Configure in a variety of measurement wavelengths based on target materials, process temperature ranges, and working distances from 3.9 in (100 mm) to 118.1 in (3000 mm). Available temperature ranges are: 122°F (50°C) to 2912°F (1600°C). Use up to four measurement channels with separate optical sensors connected by fiber optic cables. Benefits •Improves temperature measurement accuracy for critical processes •Enhances repeatability and minimizes variation •Increases productivity, yield, and throughput •Increases stability and reliability across multiple chambers and substrate materials •Customizes to meet the functional and mechanical requirements of unique applications


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