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  • Infrared Thermometry Understanding and using the Infrared Thermometer (.pdf)
    Amp. hown to the right on IR graphs, reverse of. At about 600°C (1100°F), a dull, red glow is. Lens or mirror. electromagnetic spectrum charts, such as Figure. emitted from the steel. As the temperature. D. Amp. 2. The area under each curve represents the total. increases, the colour changes from
  • Basics of Noncontact Temperature Measurement: Infrared Thermometers and Thermal Imagers
    to the device parame-. radiation from the surroundings and perhaps penetrated infra-. ters. red radiation from the measuring object: ε + ρ + τ = 1. Infrared Detectors. The most important element in each infrared thermometer is the. ε emissivity. radiation receiver, also called detector. ρ reflection
  • Basics of Noncontact Temperature Measurement: Infrared Thermometers and Thermal Imagers
    . and in order to be able to have access to the device parame-. radiation from the surroundings and perhaps penetrated infra-. ters. red radiation from the measuring object: ε + ρ + τ = 1. Infrared Detectors. The most important element in each infrared thermometer is the. ε emissivity. radiation receiver
  • Medical Device Link .
    by the cardioPAT perioperative autotransfusion system, manufactured by Haemonetics (Braintree, MA, USA). "They took an existing product category and said, 'How can we expand the value of these products? ' " says Weinger. The device salvages red blood cells lost intraoperatively and postoperatively during
  • Medical Device Link .
    perioperative autotransfusion system, manufactured by Haemonetics (Braintree, MA). "They took an existing product category and said, 'How can we expand the value of these products? ' " says Weinger. The device salvages red blood cells lost intraoperatively and postoperatively during cardiovascular