ZTP115 - 

Thermopile IR Sensor, -40°C to 105°C, 20ms

ZTP115 - Thermopile IR Sensor, -40°C to 105°C, 20ms

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The ZTP115 is a Thermopile IR Sensor used for non-contact surface temperature measuring. The ZTP-115 model consists of thermo-elements, flat IR filter and a thermistor for temperature compensation and a hermetically-sealed small-size package. There is also a variety of filters available to maximize performance in specific applications.
  • Non-contact measurement
  • Wider surface area measurement
  • High sensitivity
  • Fast response time
  • Includes ambient temperature (thermistor) sensor for compensation


Sensing & Instrumentation, Medical, HVAC

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