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  • Infrared Detector Basics (.pdf)
    thermal infrared detectors. Microsoft Word - 7_1detector basics_asc.doc. Detector Basics. The radiation sensitive key components of InfraTec‘s detectors are single crystalline lithium tantalate. (LiTaO3) elements formed as a very thin plate capacitor. Lithium tantalate is a pyroelectric crystal whose
  • Infrared Technology
    of temperature measurement Thermal infrared detectors convert incoming radiation into heat, raising the temperature of the thermal detector. This change in the temperature is then converted into an electrical signal, which can be displayed and amplified. Radiation Principle All objects are composed
  • Combustible Gas Safety Monitoring: Infrared vs. Catalytic Gas Detectors
    for detection. Reference Bead. • Prolonged exposure to high concentrations of. combustible gas may degrade sensor performance. Mechanical Support Post. Platinum Wire. INFRARED DETECTORS. Teflon Thermal Barrler. Gas sensing by the Infrared (IR) detection method is. based upon the absorption of infrared
  • Infrared Thermometry Understanding and using the Infrared Thermometer (.pdf)
    Advances in electronic and detector technology have resulted in a variety of non-contact infrared thermometers (IR) for industrial and scientific use. It is important to understand their major differences in order to select the proper unit for a given application
  • Introduction to Infrared Thermometers
    to Infrared Thermometers How do infrared thermometers work? The most basic design consists of a lens to focus the infrared (IR) energy on to a detector, which converts the energy to an electrical signal that can be displayed in units of temperature after being compensated for ambient temperature
  • How Do Thermal Imaging Infrared Cameras Work
    , or measured, allowing you to not only monitor thermal performance, but also identify and evaluate the relative severity of heat-related problems. Recent innovations, particularly detector technology, the incorporation of built-in visual imaging, automatic functionality, and infrared software
  • Infrared Viewer Frequently Asked Questions
    . Thermal imaging. IR viewers can be used to image the radiation of objects above 600. degrees Centigrade (e.g., kilns, furnaces, and solder pots). Objects in. this temperature range (and hotter) emit enough infrared radiation in. the 0.8 to 1.7 micron wavelength range to be imaged by the viewer
  • Serial and Parallel Thermal Compensation (.pdf)
    Detectors that measure radiation by means of the temperature change of an absorbing material are classified as thermal detectors. Thermal detectors respond to any wavelength radiation that is absorbed, and when an appropriate absorbing material or 'blackening' is applied to the detector element

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