TriEye, the developer of CMOS-based Short-Wave Infrared sensing solution announces that it has raised $74 million of new capital.
Crocus Technology Inc., the leading supplier of disruptive Tunnel Magneto-Resistance XtremeSense® sensors, today announces the CT425, CT426, CT427 and CT428 isolated current sensors with <1% total error over the full operating temperature range without sacrificing accuracy or bandwidth.
During fall, people throughout the United States tend to use their electric blankets and cozy sweaters, or stock upon handheld heat packets for more warmth.
The pyroelectric detector becomes digital and supplements the portfolio of analog detectors.
Since ancient times, opals have been considered precious gemstones due to their iridescent colors. The shimmering effect of these stones is due to their nanostructures.
With very fast processes, in some cases with very short cycle times, requirements for devices used in temperature measurement are especially onerous. Optris now offers the high-speed pyrometer CTlaser 4M specifically for these applications.
Any time you turn on a light at home or in the office, you are expending energy. But what if flipping the light switch meant producing energy too?
Thermal-imaging sensors that detect and capture images of the heat signatures of human bodies and other objects have recently sprung into use in thermostats to check facial temperatures in a contactless attempt to screen for COVID-19 at several building entrances.
The specialist reading for sensor industry including the world's first eight-channel detector and other new members of the LRM family.
Food wastage is a major problem across multiple fronts. A new wireless temperature sensor could save money and help the environment.