How to Compensate for Emissivity Variation

    High-quality steel products require consistent process controls at every step. In order to accurately measure temperature, you must have a way to compensate for emissivity variation. The emissivity of steel varies depending on its surface character, which can vary...

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Viewing Through Plasma

States of Matter There are five states or phases of matter. The three most common states found on earth are solid, liquid and gas. The two less common states of matter occur at opposite ends of the temperature scale. The low-temperature state is the Bose-Einstein...

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Interface Module

The Interface Module (IM) provides a remote human interface with two displays, two analog output signals, two form-C alarms, one TTL alarm, an analog input signal and digital communications capabilities. These human interfaces permit the operator to view measured...

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Single-Wavelength Mode FAQ

Ratio and Multi-Wavelength Williamson Pyrometers offer a single-wavelength (SWL) mode of operation.The following notes pertain to commonly asked questions associated with this function. SWL mode can be used to compare readings to single-wavelength models and as a...

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