About Exergen Corporation
Exergen Corporation is the recognized world leader in industrial and medical non-invasive temperature technology. From providing temperature sensors for NASA and various industries to creating one of the world’s most popular baby gifts, Exergen creates non-invasive temperature measurement devices providing lower cost, higher accuracy, less invasiveness, and greater reliability than ever previously possible.
The creator of the first temporal artery thermometer—the Temporal Scanner™, the most efficacious, non-invasive thermometer ever created. Exergen holds over 100 issued and pending U.S. and foreign patents, and is the only manufacturer of retail medical thermometers in the U.S. Presently, half of hospitals and pediatricians currently use the Exergen TemporalScanner, and well over 4 million consumers use one at home.
Founded by Harvard-research scientist, Dr. Francesco Pompei, over two decades ago, Exergen Corporation is based in Watertown, Massachusetts, USA.
Some of its world-wide innovations include:
1980 – Exergram – first quantitative heat loss camera system for energy conservation.
1983 – Microscanner – first pocket sized infrared temperature scanner.
1985 – D-Series – first and still only emissivity error-free infrared thermometer.
1987 – E-Series – first infrared scanner designed exclusively for electrical inspection.
1987 – Dermatemp – first infrared scanner for emissivity error-free skin temperature assessment.
1988 – Ototemp – first scanning tympanic medical thermometer.
1989 – Equine Scanner – first scanner for injury assessment of equine athletes.
1990 – Ototemp Veterinary – first tympanic thermometer for animals.
1991 – IRt/c – first and still only unpowered IR thermocouple, world's most widely used sensor.
1991 – LighTouch – first ear thermometer employing arterial heat balance.
1995 – SnakeEye – first thermal switch to detect presence of hot melt adhesive and hot objects.
1996 – LTN – first infrared axillary thermometer.
1996 – IRt/c.EM – unpowered IR sensors are placed inside electrical enclosures for 24/7 continuous monitoring
1997 – Comfortemp – first consumer infrared axillary thermometer.
1999 – TemporalScanner – first temporal artery thermometers for professionals and consumers.
2000 – DX SERIES – first palm sized emissivity error-free infrared thermometer.
2002 – SmartIRt/c – first microprocessor based linearized, infrared temperature sensor. Plug and play with accuracy that doesn’t miss.
2003 – microIRt/c – first micro sized, unpowered IR thermocouple
2006 – Smart-micro IRt/c – first micro sized temperature sensor mated with the Smart linearized microprocessor platform
2008 – ExtremeIRt/c – The most rugged IRt/c can withstand mechanical and thermal shock and hold true accuracy
2008 – IRt/c.3X-RF – Designed to measure refrigerated foods with an analog, 0-10V output from 0-100F.
2010 – Virtual Classroom – Temporal Thermometer avatar training video.
2012 – Virtual Classroom –WW – Virtual Medical Training for Exergen TemporalScanner (TM) available in 12 Languages
2013 – Smart Glow TemporalScanner Thermometer – Features a back lit display, silent mode, memory and easy switch from Fahrenheit to Celsius
2015 – Clean Micro Air-Purge Jacket – Rugged, light duty, low cost air purge jacket for microIRt/c with mounting
2015 – Reflective Cone – Accessory for IRt/c that prevents temperature errors caused by ambient radiation and emissivity
2017 – TAT-5000S – Temporal Artery Thermometer models connected to leading vital signs monitors.
Exergen's unique, patented technologies set the benchmark for non-contact infrared temperature measurement throughout a wide range of industrial and medical applications. All products are invented, designed, assembled, tested and packaged in the USA by Exergen.
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We look forward to hearing from you and providing you with the best non-invasive infrared temperature measurement devices available anywhere.