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Application Notes

Hot Rolling / Rolling Mills Application Note

Infrared sensors measure strip and sheet temperature so that rolling mill stands can be efficiently set to match the steel’s temperature

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Manuals

Impac IS 320 and IGA 320 Manual

This manual provides important information about the instrument and can be used as a work of reference for installing, operating, and maintaining your IS-IGA 320 pyrometer.

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Application Notes

Hot Forming of Metals Application Note

We offer a wide range of system solutions for accurate and precise heat treatment temperatures.

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Data Sheets

Impac IGA 320/23 Data Sheet

Small, short wavelength digital infrared thermometer for non-contact temperature measurement of metallic surfaces, graphite, or ceramics between 75 and 1800°C (167 to 3272°F)

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Pyrometer Overview Brochure

Advanced Energy’s pyrometers are temperature measurement instruments that operate on the principle of infrared radiation, i.e. they detect infrared radiation of objects to determine the temperature.

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Temperature Measurement Quotation Request Form

Description of the application and specifications for an accurate temperature measurement quote.

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Manuals

Impac IGA 320/23 Manual

Manual for this small, short wavelength digital infrared thermometer for non-contact temperature measurement of metallic surfaces, graphite or ceramics between 75 and 1800 °C.

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Data Sheets

Impac IS 320 and IGA 320 Data Sheet

Compact, short wavelength digital infrared thermometer for non-contact temperature measurement of metallic surfaces, graphite, or ceramics between 300 and 2500°C

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Application Notes

Induction Heating Application Note

In order to reach optimal hardness during the induction hardening process, the metal workpiece must be heated rapidly for a defined period of time over a multi-step temperature profile.

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Application Notes

Induction Soldering Application Note

In induction brazing and soldering applications, correct temperature and heating rates are instrumental in meeting the specified quality requirements.

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