Category: Industrial

Singulex Early Stage Biomarker Detection

Singulex uses immunoassay testing to detect biomarkers. The process is a biochemical test that measures the presence or absence of a small molecule in a solution by using an antibody or an antigen. Immunoassays rely on the ability of the antibody or antigen to recognize and bind to a specific macromolecule.

IRT/C Repeatability and Long-Term Accuracy

The ability of the measuring device to maintain its calibration under service conditions and over a long period of time is of fundamental interest in temperature control. The IRt/c is rated at less than 0.1°C “repeatability” and has no measurable… Read more »

Understanding Field of View

IRt/c’s are rated optically for their field-of-view by the actual dimensional equations describing their construction. However, there are, in practice, some secondary effects that can influence performance,

Bread and Pastry Dough Mixing Temperature

 Measuring the temperature of bread and pastry dough while mixing is difficult at best with conventional contact thermocouple probes, due to breakage and possible contamination of the food. However, the temperature is quite important since too high a temperature will… Read more »

Exergen Global Expands AutoSmart IRt/c Sensor Line

Exergen Global today announced two new family members to its AutoSmart IRt/c sensor line being the M4 and M4SV editions. The AutoSmart Transmitter is the first transmitter in the world capable of fully calibrating Exergen IRt/c sensors to provide unprecedented… Read more »