Snow-Therm Infrared Temperature Sensor Marketed by Everest Interscience

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A SNOW-THERM infrared temperature sensor offers the capability of reading very low surface temperatures acurately with with repeatability. These infrared sensors, offered by Everest Interscience, can be used to measure snow banks to predict avalanche activity. The SNOW-THERM has a temperature range from minus 30 degrees Celsius to plus 70 degrees Celsius.

Everest Interscience offers a SNOW-THERM infrared temperature sensor that is designed solely for the purpose of measuring very low temperatures with extreme accuracy. Measuring the surface temperature of snow banks, sometimes continuously, the SNOW-THERM is used to determne avalanche activity.

The SNOW-THERM has a temperature range of minus 40 degrees C to plus 70 degrees C with accuracy of plus/minus 0.3 degrees C from minus 10 degrees C to plus 10 degrees C and plus/minus 0.5 degrees C over plus 10 degrees C or under minus 10 degrees C.

These non-contact, infrared temperature sensors can be fixed-mounted and run continuously. They are rugged infrared temperature sensor housed in a stainless steel case with a ball and swivel mount. SNOW-THERM units have been used all over the world for the study of snow banks.

Years of continuous design and development by the Design Engineer, Charles E. Everest, of precision low-temperature infrared thermometers and temperature sensors have led to the evolvement of the SNOW-THERM The predecessors of these infrared temperature sensors have been used in the study of natural environmental sciences such as agronomy and plant physiology since the early 1980s. Everest Interscience has won many prestigious awards for this work in the Natural Environment.

Please feel free to contact Everest Interscience if you have any questions about the instrumentation or for assistance with a possible application.


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