Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: , a chart of either millivolt output or equivalent temperatures as read on a typical thermocouple meter is provided for the full temperature range. In addition, a calibration adjustment screw allows setting of the OS-88000 for correct point reading of temperatures between -17 to 650C (0 to 1200F
- Temperature Range: -99.4 to 1202 F
- Accuracy: 2 ±% Full Scale
- Spectral Range: 6.5 to 14 microns
- Response Time: 80 milliseconds
Supplier: Century Control Systems, Inc.
Description: The IRtec Rayomatic 4 low cost infrared temperature sensor represents the ideal solution to replace traditional J-type or K-type thermocouples with the advantage of non-contact measurement. It is available with your choice of thermocouple or millivolt signal outputs. The output impedance
- Temperature Range: 32 to 932 F
Description: LOW NOISE 0.4µVPP, 0.1Hz to 10Hz 20nV/√Hz at 1kHz ZERØ-DRIFT SERIES LOW OFFSET VOLTAGE: 20µV LOW OFFSET DRIFT: 0.1µV/°C QUIESCENT CURRENT: 125µA GAIN BANDWIDTH: 900kHz RAIL-TO-RAIL INPUT/OUTPUT EMI FILTERING SUPPLY VOLTAGE: 2.2V to 5.5V microSIZE
- Supply Voltage (VS): 2.2 to 5.5 volts
- Input Offset Voltage (VOS): 5.00E-5 volts
- Quiescent Current (IQ): 1.50E-4 amps
- CMRR: 100 dB
Supplier: Campbell Scientific, Inc.
Description: . The two temperature probes are housed in a rugged aluminum body that contains a germanium window. Both the thermopile and the thermistor output a millivolt signal. Our dataloggers measure the millivolt signals and apply the Stefan-Boltzman equation, which corrects for the effect of sensor body
- Measured Wavelength: 8000 to 14000 nm
- Instrument Type: Radiometer
- Technology Type: Thermopile
- Mounting: Pole-mounted (Typically via clamps)
Description: White Rodgers Universal Pilot Generator Replacement Cartridge. Overview Thermopile Generator contains multiple thermocouples connected in series to increase the millivoltage output. The power generated is sufficient to operate an automatic millivolt gas control system, independent of any outside
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ASTM E906/E906M - Standard Test Method for Heat and Visible Smoke Release Rates for Materials and Products Using a Thermopile Method
Hold the specimen in the hold chamber for 60 6 10 s. 10.5 Record, at least once per s, the thermopile millivolt output during the final 20 s of the hold time before the specimen is injected and report the average...
ASTM E906 (RL) - Standard Test Method for Heat and Visible Smoke Release Rates for Materials and Products
Hold the specimen in the hold chamber for 60 6 10 s. 10.5Record, at least once per s, the thermopile millivolt output during the final 20 s of the hold time before the specimen is injected and report the average as...
Partitional Heat Losses of Newborn Pigs as Affected by Air Temperature, Absolute Humidity, Age and Body Weight
Based on the calibration prediction equations for each chamber temperature condition, the thermopile millivolt outputs were converted to British thermal units per hour for each of the partitioned heat losses of the animal and to pounds of moisture per hour for the...
A CMOS Temperature-to-Frequency Converter with an Inaccuracy of 0.5/spl deg/C (3 /spl sigma/) from -40 to 105/spl deg/C
For measurement purposes, the sub- millivolt thermopile output is boosted by a preamplifier with a nominal gain of 100.
Product Data and Specifications - Thermocouples & Thermopile Generators
The millivolt output from the thermopile energizes the operator in the valve on demand.
Design and manufacturing of two thermal observation manikins for automobile applications
Each HFT has an internal thermopile that generates a millivolt output signal dependent on the temperature diﬀerent across the HFT.
Direct observation of radiative flux in the southern yellow sea
The IRR-P includes a thermopile for measuring a millivolt output dependent on the target to sensor body temperature difference.