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  • Article - 11 Mar 2015
    In this interview with AZoSensors, Susanne Dröscher from greenTEG talks about their new gRAY power detectors, and the important applications of power measurement in industry and research.
  • Article - 10 Mar 2015
    A thermopile detector is a passive radiation sensing voltage-generating device. It does not emit any radiation and require cooling or bias.
  • Article - 18 Jul 2014
    Resistors, thermocouples, and diodes are the commonly used temperature sensors for cryogenic applications.
  • Article - 14 May 2014
    Humidity describes the amount of water vapor in the air. Water vapor is the gaseous state of water and is invisible.
  • Article - 21 Oct 2013
    A silicon bandgap temperature sensor is a type of thermometer or temperature detector commonly employed in electronic devices.
  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    The thermometer was developed over several years by a number of people - Cornelis Drebbel, Robert Fludd, Galileo Galilei and Santorio Santorio. The word thermometer was derived from two Greek word...
  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    An infrared thermometer is a device that measures the infrared radiation – a type of electromagnetic radiation below the visible spectrum of light - emitted by an object.
  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    A calorimeter is an instrument used in calorimetry for measuring the amount of heat released or absorbed in chemical or physical reactions. It can determine heat content, latent heat, specific heat,...
  • Article - 9 Oct 2013
    A bolometer is a highly sensitive instrument used for detecting heat or electromagnetic radiation. It was invented by Samuel Pierpont Langley, an American astronomer, in 1878. This instrument was...
  • Article - 9 Oct 2013
    Broadly speaking, pyrometers belong to a class of thermometers that are used for measuring only high temperatures. However, today they have been modified to measure low temperatures as well.