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PerkinElmer Optoelectronics
May 2004
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Non-Contact Temperature Sensor
Booth No. 276

The PerkinElmer TPMI thermopile sensor with integrated electronics and optics is the industry’s first pre-calibrated, single-housed remote temperature module. It delivers exceptional ease-of-use “plug and play” performance and integrates seamlessly into OEM instrumentation. With device and assembly complying fully with the EU RoHS environmental regulations, it is the ideal solution for demanding applications such as: Automotive climate control systems; Household climate control systems; Printers and copier temperature sensing.

“With its compact housing and programming capability, the TPMI is revolutionizing the thermopile detector industry by replacing today’s designs with discrete circuits,” said Dr. Juergen Schilz, product manager for thermopile detectors at PerkinElmer Optoelectronics. “As industrial and commercial applications become more complex, PerkinElmer continues to provide state-of-the-art sensors that accommodate the revolutionary needs and requirements of the world’s leading manufacturers.”

PerkinElmer Optoelectronics is a global technology leader providing market-driven, integrated solutions for biomedical and industrial applications. Its technologies, services, and support fuel the medical, genomic, and digital revolutions by enhancing its customers’ productivity, optimizing their performance, and accelerating their time-to-market.

For more information and discounted samples, contact us at TPMI@perkinelmer.com or www.perkinelmer.com/TPMI.

PerkinElmer Optoelectronics


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