Infrared temperature sensors or IR Sensors function in a similar way: they detect infrared radiation and convert it into a signal to process. Only infrared temperature sensors don’t pick up the visible light.
The Story of Alice’s Quest for Emissivity “It’s all done with mirrors!’’ “What do I see when I look in my mirror?” asked Alice. “I see myself, of course.” “But what about the mirror why can’t I see the mirror… Read more »
Thermometers are Must-Pack Items for Summer Travel Before they zip up the duffle bag or shut the suitcase, parents across the country have one more thing to pack before they head off for vacation this summer: an accurate thermometer. Reported… Read more »
The surface temperature of a “wet” substrate will change (rise) very slowly as constant heat is applied to the product. This occurs because the moisture in the substrate absorbs much of the heat energy as it evaporates.
A new national survey was recently conducted to explore methods of thermometry used in hospitals, patients’ thermometry preferences and a possible correlation between the way patients had their temperatures taken and satisfaction with their hospital experience.
Nurses are on the frontline of patient care and it’s always been the mission of Exergen – creators of the Exergen Temporal Scanner – to support their work and help make their jobs easier and more effective. More than a… Read more »
Exergen Corporation has announced that two new studies from Postgraduate Medical Journal indicate that when used throughout a hospital, Exergen TemporalScanners deliver substantial cost savings while providing accuracy and ease of use, as supported by more than 70 peer-reviewed published… Read more »
Exergen’s Temporal Artery Thermometer Causes Less Fussiness and Crying from Babies Babies Exhibit Less Fussiness and Crying with the TAT A new study published in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, Neonatal Nursing1 shows that Exergen temporal artery temperature measurements are as… Read more »