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Many of our infrared temperature sensors have a feature called Peak or Valley Hold Processing. What does this feature do, and when should you use it?
The lens of every infrared temperature sensor must be kept clean and dry to ensure the pyrometer has a clear view of the target. The simplest way to do this is to purge the lens continuously with clean air, preventing dust and moisture from reaching it. Here is how to use the air purge collar.
Most infrared temperature sensors have an adjustable emissivity setting. Here’s how to use this powerful feature to achieve accurate measurements from a variety of surfaces.
The new PyroNFC-K from Calex Electronics is a fully-configurable infrared temperature sensor that can be installed in place of a thermocouple probe quickly and easily.
In this video, Anthony Smith introduces the PyroNFC, the world’s first NFC-compatible infrared temperature sensor. The sensor has configurable voltage and alarm outputs, and is compatible with Android phones with NFC. Watch this video to find out about the main features of the sensor and the app.