HEAT FLUX TRANSDUCERS and INFRARED RADIOMETERS for the DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF HEAT TRANSFER RATES.
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MEDTHERM 64 SERIES heat flux transducers and infrared radiometers have been proven in thousands of applications for over thirty years -in ground and flight aerospace testing, fire testing, heat flux standards for flammability testing, heat transfer research, materials development, and furnace development. NIST traceable comparison calibrations to ISO/IEC 17025 are referenced both to blackbodies as standard sources and MEDTHERM Kendall Absolute Cavity (ECR) Radiometers as standard detectors. 64 SERIES HEAT FLUX TRANSDUCERS DESCRIPTION MEDTHERM 64 Series Heat Flux Transducers offer dependable direct measurement of heat transfer rates in a variety of applications due to careful design, rugged quality construction and versatile mounting configurations. Each transducer will provide a self-generated 10-millivolts (nominal) output at the design heat flux level. Continuous readings from zero to 150% design heat flux are made with infinite resolution. The linear transducer output is directly proportional to the net heat transfer rate absorbed by the sensor. 64 Series transducers have for almost forty years met thousands of application challenges in ground and flight aerospace testing, fire testing, flammability heat flux standards, heat transfer research, materials development, and furnace development. CALIBRATION Each transducer is provided with a certified comparison calibration per written procedures to ANSI/NCSL Z540-1, ISO 10012-1, and ISO/IEC 17025. Calibrations are traceable through temperature standards and electrical standards to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Calibrations are radiant calibrations, referenced both to blackbody simulators as source standards and to a set of MEDTHERM Kendall Absolute Cavity (ECR) Radiometers as detector standards. Special calibrations are also available. FEATURES
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 abstract = {MEDTHERM 64 SERIES heat flux transducers and infrared radiometers have been proven in thousands of applications for over thirty years -in ground and flight aerospace testing, fire testing, heat flux standards for flammability testing, heat transfer research, materials development, and furnace development. NIST traceable comparison calibrations to ISO/IEC 17025 are referenced both to blackbodies as standard sources and MEDTHERM Kendall Absolute Cavity (ECR) Radiometers as standard detectors. 64 SERIES HEAT FLUX TRANSDUCERS DESCRIPTION MEDTHERM 64 Series Heat Flux Transducers offer dependable direct measurement of heat transfer rates in a variety of applications due to careful design, rugged quality construction and versatile mounting configurations. Each transducer will provide a self-generated 10-millivolts (nominal) output at the design heat flux level. Continuous readings from zero to 150% design heat flux are made with infinite resolution. The linear transducer output is directly proportional to the net heat transfer rate absorbed by the sensor. 64 Series transducers have for almost forty years met thousands of application challenges in ground and flight aerospace testing, fire testing, flammability heat flux standards, heat transfer research, materials development, and furnace development. CALIBRATION Each transducer is provided with a certified comparison calibration per written procedures to ANSI/NCSL Z540-1, ISO 10012-1, and ISO/IEC 17025. Calibrations are traceable through temperature standards and electrical standards to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Calibrations are radiant calibrations, referenced both to blackbody simulators as source standards and to a set of MEDTHERM Kendall Absolute Cavity (ECR) Radiometers as detector standards. Special calibrations are also available. FEATURES},
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