Author: Bob Harris
For high speed printing processes, the limiting factor on the productivity of the equipment is usually ink drying time. Minimizing drying time will set you apart from your competition. To maximize printing speed without quality loss, it is important to… Read more »
Americans Want Accuracy in Public Temperature Screenings A new national online survey conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of the Exergen Corporation shows that over two-thirds of Americans (68%) want thermometers to be used in public spaces to screening… Read more »
One thing has remained constant with U.S. healthcare: it keeps getting more expensive. The American Medical Association reports1 that medical expenditures increased by 4.6% in 2019 to $3.8 trillion. This followed a 4.7% jump in 2018 and 4.6% increase in 2016. At… Read more »
The Webinars are to Share Clever Solutions for Accurate Non-Invasive Fluid Temperature Sensing in Medical Applications Exergen Global is organizing a series of webinars of which the second episode is focused on Exergen’s patented Heat Balance technology covering the following… Read more »
Companies Implement Ineffective Screenings to Give Employees and Customers Misleading Reassurance A new study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) shows senior management overriding the advice of their medical directors regarding screening employees with non-contact thermometers…. Read more »
Through her tears, Mahi’s mother saw the temperature reading her thermometer had just produced – fever! “Please not my little baby girl who has already suffered so much in her life!”, she said to herself. Many parents are desperate. They… Read more »
The Heat Balance (HB) Series of IRt/c infrared thermocouples have the ability to measure the internal temperature of the target material, non-invasively, by employing a patented heat balance technique. A typical application in medical equipment is monitoring or controlling the… Read more »
A new study1 published by JAMA Network proves that individuals, in this case, young, healthy, male basketball players, who tested positive for COVID-19 but were asymptomatic, did not spread the virus despite being in a closed, isolation “bubble” over a… Read more »
Signs marketing and distribution agreement with ITRIS Medical AG for the full line of professional non-invasive high-tech thermometers for hospitals and healthcare institutions Exergen Corporation, a global leader in infrared temperature measurement technologies for medical applications, announced today that… Read more »
with the IRT/C-HB (Heat Balance) Series Infrared Thermocouple By its very nature, infrared measures surface temperature, but most material properties of interest relate to internal (bulk) temperatures. For many materials, such as metals, the gradient between the surface and internal… Read more »
Non-Contact Thermometers Are Proven Inaccurate and Should Not Be Used More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, there remains a disregard of proven science when it comes to how people, especially large groups in public spaces, are being… Read more »
In addition to providing the right sensor, Exergen helped Tecan design the optimal customized electronics solution for reading out the sensor data wirelessly.
Exergen’s Micro IRt/c-HB infrared non-contact sensors are ideally suited to measure both the input and output temperature of blood products in the system to help ensure that patients receive fluids warmed to the normothermic temperature.
New Study From Top Institutions Shows Why Temperature Screening for Coronavirus With Non-Contact Infrared Thermometers Does Not Work
Special AutoSmart AGRI Assembly Solution for Leaf and Crop Temperature Measurements in Greenhouses Exergen Global today announced the AGRI edition as its latest addition to its extensive AutoSmart IRt/c family line which already consisted of 11 AutoSmart IRt/c sensors…. Read more »
Via IR Control of Product Internal Temperature “Infrared temperature measurement methods of production processes are limited to material surfaces, and thus have a serious limitation in thermal process monitoring, particularly when considering speed increases. To overcome this limitation, a heat… Read more »
The FDA announced that improper use of thermal imaging systems leads to inaccurate temperature readings. This includes their use in public screenings for fever, the leading symptom of COVID-19.