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IR Temperature Measurement Principles 

Infrared temperature measurement technology has been utilized successfully in industrial measurement, process control, and R&D applications. New innovations that reduce costs and increase reliability have created infrared sensors that offer smaller units of measurement. All of these factors have led infrared technology to become an area of interest for new kinds of applications and users.

What are the advantages offered by noncontact infrared temperature measurement?

  • Saving time -- typical infrared temperature measurement takes less than 500 mSec.
  • Measuring moving targets.
  • Measuring hazardous or inaccessible objects (high-voltage parts, great measurement distance).
  • Measuring high temperatures (greater than 1300°C).
  • There is no energy interference or energy loss.
  • There is no risk of contamination and mechanical effect on the target.
Download "The Principles of Noncontact Temperature Measurement"
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