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Thermal and Temperature Sensors Videos

Thermal and Temperature Sensors Videos

IST AG - Guide to Conductivity Sensors

Introduction to Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG Conductivity Sensors.

Thermopile 101 Video Guide

Your Quick Video Guide to Dexter Research's Industry-Leading Detector Technology Thermopiles are generically defined as devices that convert thermal energy into electrical energy. That’s true. That’s accurate. Yet it’s also not very descriptive. That’s why Dexter Research created this brief video. It explains the basics of what their thermopiles are – and how they work. Enjoy!

CO2Meter.com - Portable carbon dioxide (CO2) Meter

This equipment allows the user to check the CO2, temperature, and humidity levels. Powered by 4 AA batteries, this sensor device is accurate and user-friendly and calibrated for outdoor use.

Power and Temperature

All objects above absolute zero radiate electromagnetic energy. Dexter Research's thermopile traps this energy and produces a voltage output proportional to the incident power without having to touch the object it is measuring.

Improve Productivity Using Thermal Sensors in Your Tooling

The use of thermal sensors in manufacturing operations can bring a batter understanding of what is happening in a manufacturing process. Through improved understanding of your process, you can gain increased productivity, through factors such as faster processing and less waste. This can all be achieved using TFX thermal sensors, with the added benefit of no interruption the manufactured parts or their tooling.

IST AG - Guide to Temperature Sensors with Directly Welded Wires

Introduction to Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG Directly Welded Wires.

IST AG - Guide to Temperature Sensors and Fast Response Time

Introduction to Innovative Sensor Technology IST AG Temperature Sensores - Fast Response Time.

Improving Well-Being and Quality of Life with Sensirion’s Humidity Sensors

This video shows how temperature and humidity always influence the human well-being. High humidity leads to mold and mites, and thus causing allergy and asthma.