Luxtron Announces the New Luxtron One

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User-Friendly Fiber Optic Instrument Measures Temperature where Thermocouples Fail

Luxtron, a division of LumaSense Technologies, Inc. and the innovator and leader in fiber optic temperature measurement solutions announces the release of the Luxtron One, a fiber optic temperature measurement device, ideally suited for harsh chemical and high electrical noise environments. The Luxtron One comes with documented National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) traceable calibration at 100 degree C. This is the most accurate calibration available.

The Luxtron One does not drift and does not need recalibration EVER, so you will be assured of accurate measurements for the life of the instrument and probe. The Luxtron One has a measurement range of –10 degrees C to 200 degrees C and an accuracy of less than 0.5 degrees C. The instrument comes with a 2 meter Luxton One fiber optic probe that is immune to the effects of harsh environments such as EMI, RF, MRI, microwave and high voltage. Unlike metallic thermocouples, thermisters or RTDs, the Luxtron’s fiber optic probes can be used directly in high voltage, electrical and magnetic fields without damage to electrical equipment or the fiber optic instrument. The Luxtron One probe is also PFA/Teflon(R) coated so it can also be used in corrosive chemical environments and is 100% non-metallic and non-sparking for flammable and explosive chemical environments.

The Luxtron One has an LCD display with user selectable degrees C or degrees F and 0.1 degree or 1 degree resolutions. Other features include display hold and maximum and minimum reading hold. A mini-USB port is built in the Luxtron One to allow continuous data collection through a computer.

With over 25 years of experience and thousands of instruments being used daily, Luxtron is the most trusted name in the fiber optic thermometry industry.

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