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,
Exergen Global today announced that its IRt/c.10, infrared unpowered sensors with a field of view of 10:1, are being used to measure the temperature of snowy, icy, grungy surfaces by over 20 complex meteorological stations in Kazakhstan. The meteorological… Read more »
IRt/c infrared thermocouples can accurately control the temperature of rotating and moving stainless steel heaters common in the packaging industry, without touching the heaters. Typically, uncoated stainless steel heaters are difficult for IR sensors to measure reliably because of reflected… 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.
I am sure that most people in the world at this time of the year are sick of the word, ‘SNOW”. Please read this newsletter that will discuss a few applications related to snow and then we won’t bring the… Read more »