thermal sensor


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thermal sensor

A device that detects temperature. Thermal sensors are found in many laptops and desktop PCs in order to sound an alarm when a certain temperature has been exceeded.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 30, 2019-: Melexis Far Infrared Thermal Sensor MLX90640 - 2019 Teardown & Cost Analysis Report
Fire alarm: (kj, Vpg, Tcs) optical / thermal sensor combination sensor 660 pcs fire alarm cable 11280 fm kitchen technology: (kj, Vpg) school buffet kitchen equipment plant 2 klt built-in equipment: Dressing cupboard 108 pcs file cabinet 95 pcs other cabinet 189 pcs standing seat padded seat (tcs) 259m pad with rack (tcs) 72 pcs mobilio: Office workstation 462 pcs student chair 3620 pcs double table for students 1613 pcs elevator: 825kg / 11 person lifting capacity 1 lift 630kg / 8 person lifting capacity 1 lift 3.
Release date- 06082019 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503)announced today that it will launch the Mitsubishi Electric Diode InfraRed sensor (MelDIR), a thermal sensor for applications in the fields of security, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) and smart buildings, on November 1.
The thermal sensor is suitable for use in category 2 hazardous areas.
The therapeutic aspects of sensor application for cancer therapy was achieved in "Thermal Sensor Circuit Using Thermography for Temperature-Controlled Laser Hyperthermia."
Additional motor protection through Seal Minder--a seal leak detection system and motor thermal sensor switches embedded in motor windings.
The bispectral PTZ positioning cameras, offer a combination of two live video streams, one from a thermal sensor -- used for detection and verification - and one from a high-definition visual sensor - for identification of colors and details.
LEUPOLD THERMAL OPTIC THERMAL SENSOR 206x156 DETECTION DISTANCE 600 yds.
Sensirion's patented CMOSens[R] technology enables the miniaturized thermal sensor and the complete high-precision evaluation circuit to be integrated on a single Complimentary Metal-Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS) microchip.
An attempt has been made to obtain specifications of thermal sensor and to measure the heat flux in the highly transient environment of the shock tube in order to review the application of shock tube as heat flux measurement device.
A company called SynTouch is developing a similar thermal sensor, but it only covers a robot's fingertip.
"We are pleased to welcome this talented team in further leveraging FLIR's established channels into global military and law enforcement customers, as well as utilizing our advanced thermal sensor development and vertically-integrated production capabilities to advance their products and reduce costs."