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Round Infrared Window, 50mm dia, Type 3/12
- Item # 11Y558
- Mfr. Model # 19250-100
- UNSPSC # 31242002
- Catalog Page # 867
- Shipping Weight 0.45 lbs.
- Item2" Round Infrared Window
- Crystal Insert Size50mm dia.
- Viewing Aperture Size45mm dia.
- Viewing Aperture Area1590 sq. mm
- Window Thickness2mm
- NEMA RatingType 3 and 12
- IP RatingIP67
- Gasket Maximum Temperature76.7 Degrees C (170 Degrees F)
- Body Maximum Temperature510 Degrees C (950 Degrees F)
- Optic Maximum Temperature1355.6 Degrees C (2474 Degrees F)
- Voltage RangeAny
- UseIndoor, Outdoor
- ComponentsAnodized Aluminum Frame and Cover
- Body MaterialAluminum
- Special FeaturesHinged Cover Stays Attached, No Special Tool to Secure Cover, Window Labeling/ID Inside the Cover, (3) Step Installation, No Screw Holes to Drill
- IncludesInstallation Instructions
- Manufacturers Warranty LengthLimited Lifetime
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