Isotech Black Body Source Model 989, the calibrator for non-contact fever thermometers.

Isotech introduces the updated black body source model 989. This model is ideally suited as a reference for the calibration of so-called medical non-contact thermometers used to determine body temperatures. Very up to date in regard to the Covid-19 regulations. The model Black Body Source 989 meets the worldwide demand for a simple but highly accurate reference standard.

The temperature of the 70 mm diameter target can be set from 20°C to 50°C with a resolution of 0.01°C with a stability of 10 mK.

The Isotech 989 Black Body Source is suitable as a black body source for placing on a tripod or for ceiling mounting. This makes it easy to set up this black body source as a permanent reference in airports and hospitals where the body temperature of persons has to be measured frequently.

The optionally available extension tube contributes to a better uniformity and a reduced sensitivity to draughts and other effects on the ambient temperature.

This makes it a particularly interesting and functional instrument.

For detailed specifications please refer to the datasheet of the Isotech Black Body Source Model 989. Or contact one of our consultants for more information.



Arnold Memelink

Arnold Memelink


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