• The ruby thermometer consists of a ruby crystal which is periodically excited by blinking light. The decay time of the luminescence is temperature-dependent and correlates with the temperature around the crystal.
  • The reliable measuring principle of the ruby thermometer guarantees precise temperature monitoring and control without thermal overshoot (also under extreme conditions), and can be immediately utilized without installation (Plug and Play) or calibration.

Ruby Thermometer

The ruby thermometer consists of a ruby crystal which is periodically excited by blinking light. The decay time of the luminescence is temperature-dependent and correlates with the temperature around the crystal. The fiber optic sensor is immersed into the reaction mixture through a stable and resistant immersion tube and accurately delivers the internal temperature during the whole reaction process. The IR sensor simultaneously provides an external temperature measurement of reaction vials. This reliable measuring principle guarantees precise temperature monitoring and control without thermal overshoot (also under extreme conditions), and can be immediately utilized without installation (Plug and Play) or calibration.

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Key Features

Features

  • Measurement of the temperature-dependent decay time of a ruby crystal’s luminescence
  • Internal temperature measurement up to 300 °C
  • Ultimate monitoring accuracy
  • No interaction with electromagnetic irradiation
  • Calibration-free

 

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