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Mikron Infrared, Inc.: Non-Contact Infrared Temperature Sensor

February 4, 2003
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Mikron Infrared, Inc. has introduced the model MI-500N, a digital non-contact infrared temperature sensor that is small, fast and highly precise. The unit can operate in ambient temperatures of up to 185F without water cooling and is ideal for semiconductor, glass, rubber, wood, paper, textile, ceramic, paint, asphalt, plastic thermoforming, dryer and infrared furnace applications. The MI-500N can be equipped with two different sensor heads with a field view of 10:1 or 2:1. An additional model, the MI-500, provides a built-in illuminated temperature display and three push buttons for adjustment of all parameters without external instruments.

For additional information, call (201) 405-0900, fax (201) 405-0090, e-mail sales@mikroninfrared or visit .

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