Alexandrite Effect Spectropyrometer
Our patented alexandrite effect spectropyrometer measure high to ultrahigh
temperature from 800 K up to 100,000 K. The spectropyrometer measures the
relative spectral power distribution of a radiating body in the UV-VIS-IR
wavelength range, integrates the relative spectral power distribution in the
whole wavelength range, and determines the temperature using the patented
alexandrite effect method. The spectropyrometer can measure any type of
radiating bodies: blackbody, graybody, plasma, electric arc, etc. The probe with
a heat resistant window can be installed in the most harsh environments, such as
combustion chambers, gas turbine, furnace, plasma torch, and etc. The
spectropyrometer is invented to measure and control temperature for research,
developments, and industrial applications in the fields of, but not limited to,
metallurgy, high energy physics, combustion, plasma, and etc. The
spectropyrometer has the functions of displaying the spectrum of the measured
target, on-screen spectral correction, temperature scale exchange, signal
control and etc.
Patent No.: US 7,004,624 and 7,052,177.
Figure 1. Alexandrite effect spectropyrometer
with an optical viewing system.
The thermal temperature of a low power rod-type plasma touch is measured by
the alexandrite effect spectropyrometer and an enthalpy probe (The measured
results by the two instruments are the same. (Click here for details)