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.
With non-contact thermometers still used widely for public screenings and in homes, the extensive evidence of their inaccuracies in detecting fever puts many people at risk of unknowingly transmitting COVID or delaying treatments.
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 repeatabilities and has no measurable… Read more »