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Measuring blood sample temperatures using a non-contact (IR) sensor is the preferred approach to ensuring accurate, reliable diagnostic results.

IR Sensors For Accurate Temperature Monitoring In High-End Exhaust Gas Abatement Systems

By monitoring the skin temperature in real-time, treatment efficacy can be optimized while assuring patient safety and preventing overheating of the skin.

The use of infrared temperature measurement methods in production processes is limited to material surfaces and thus has serious limitations in thermal process monitoring, particularly when speed increases are factored in. However, the right Infrared Non-Contact Temperature Sensor that can work at a speeds up to 50msec, will enable high speed curing, drying or fixation at high temperatures. Non-contact IR sensors also ensure the highest quality results with little to no processing errors and therefore less wasted material and less energy usage.