Industrial digital thermometer is an instrument used to measure and control the temperature of specific parts or areas in a manufacturing process. They are used for a variety of purposes such as monitoring the temperature of different parts before, during and after manufacturing, or for simply reading the temperature of a work area. These thermometers can have a variety of different options depending on their purpose. Some can be used for applications that require an infrared thermocouple, while others can be used with a variety of other temperature probes such as a probe thermometer or a photoresistor.
A variety of companies produce industrial digital thermometers including brands such as Samsung, Mitsubishi Electric Power, Sharp, and Russell Kelly. Although these thermometers can generally withstand high temperatures, they are not designed to be exposed to very high temperatures and should be used accordingly. To avoid damaging the thermometer by mistake, you should always make sure that it is placed in an area where it will not be accidentally damaged by equipment. Never place it on top of a hot surface, and if you have any questions about your equipment or settings, you should consult the manual that came with it.
If you are using an industrial digital thermometer for temperature monitoring, you should also be aware that the probe can sometimes come in different shapes and sizes. If your machine has a variety of possible probe shapes, the data logging probe should also be able to fit into the specific shape. Most thermometers will have data logging and temperature range features built in, and some may also offer manual data logging capability. For more information about these different types of thermometers and the appropriate ones for your application, you should consult your manufacturer.