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Non-Contact Temperature Sensor serves diverse industries.

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October 17, 2012 - Used to measure temperature of inaccessible or moving objects and materials, OS212 series features¬†240 msec (90%) response with¬†high stability, 2-wire 4–20 mA output proportional to target temperature, optional manual emissivity adjuster with display, and stainless steel housing sealed to IP65. Applications within research, industrial, HVAC, oil, automotive, and beverage industries include monitoring tasks associated with liquids, motors, plumbing, food, manufacturing, and oil refineries.

Omega Engineering, Inc.

River Bend Executive Center, Stamford, CT, 06907, USA

Original Press Release

OMEGA Introduces Compact Non-Contact Temperature Sensor OS212

Press release date: October 15, 2012

Stamford, CT USA

Omega’s new series of compact non-contact temperature sensors are high quality, low cost sensors that measure temperature of inaccessible or moving objects and materials. It features a fast response with high stability, 2-wire 4 to 20 mA output proportional to target temperature, optional manual emissivity adjuster with display and stainless steel housing, sealed to IP65. This product is ideal for research, industrial applications, HVAC, oil, automotive and beverage industry. Applications include non-contact temperature monitoring associated with liquids, motors, plumbing, food, refrigerated rooms, manufacturing, chemical plans and oil refineries.

Price Starts at $213

Link to the complete spec sheet: http://www.omega.com/pptst/OS212.html

The Hi-Res image: http://www.omega.com/presskit/files/OS212.jpg

Email: info@omega.com

Twitter: @OmegaEng

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Omega-Engineering/121219014465

Phone: 1-800-TC-OMEGA or 203-359-1660

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