Software, Automation & Control :: Instrumentation, Automation & Control :: Temperature Measurement & Control
June 1, 2006
Infrared Temperature Monitoring: Know the Right Questions to Ask
The infrared approach is especially useful in situations where process temperatures are extremely high, the target is in motion, and the need to avoid contaminants is significant
Robert Janecek and Vern Lappe, IRCON, Inc,
Accurate temperature measurement can often be quite challenging, especially in situations where process temperatures are extremely high (above 800°F), the target is in motion, or the need to avoid contaminants is significant. Infrared (IR)...
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