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Old April 14, 2013, 10:59 AM   #12
myfriendis410
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Thanks for the informative response. The pyrometer I used many years ago was an optical pyrometer with a wire superimposed over a small viewing scope. The unit heated the wire to a specific temperature and you overlaid it on the object to be measured. When it "disappeared" you were on the correct temperature. This was for getter firing on vacuum dewars.
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