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Exergen Global’s temperature sensor ensures safety, efficiency for ablation system

July 1, 2019

Case Study: ‍NeuWave Medical Inc. develops devices that deliver energy to the human body to treat a variety of serious medical conditions. The company’s Certus® 140 Microwave Ablation System is the premier soft tissue ablation offering worldwide. It is a platform product with expanding capabilities that can be used in interventional or in surgical specialties, during both minimally invasive percutaneous procedures and in open surgery.

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Increasing safety, reliability and speed for diagnostic, skin and medical treatments

June 28, 2019

Help Your Customers Increase Safety, Reliability & Speed with Exergen’s IR Sensors For processes such as diagnostic procedures, skin treatments and medical interventions where blood or saline solutions are involved,

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Measuring blood temperature in perfusion systems

June 27, 2019

Exergen Global: When supplying blood to patients it is essential that the blood’s temperature is carefully warmed to 37°C to ensure patient safety and wellbeing. Blood must be warmed to this temperature prior to infusion, because, depending on its source, the blood can be at room temperature, refrigerated or any temperature in between. If the infused temperature is too low or too high, the risk of hypothermia or hyperthermia increases, presenting possible complications or even patient shock.

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Digital, Inkjet Drying Process

May 29, 2019

For high speed graphic processes, the limiting factor on the productivity of the equipment is usually the drying/curing time. To maximize the speed without quality loss, it is important to be able to determine quickly when the substrate is sufficiently dry or cured.

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Tech Note: IRt/c Repeatability and long-term accuracy

May 29, 2019

The ability of the measuring device to maintain its calibration under service conditions and over a long period of time is of fundamental interest in temperature control. The IRt/c is rated at less than 0.1°C repeatability and has no measurable long term calibration change, which makes it well suited for reliable temperature control.

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Tech Note: Speed of Response

May 29, 2019

One of the outstanding features of the IRt/c is its speed of response – 0.05 to 0.2 seconds. This attribute makes it possible to monitor the temperature of fast moving materials in production lines, and rapid heating and cooling.

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Tech Note: Inexpensive infrared scanning arrays with IRT/C.01

March 20, 2019

With the low cost of the IRt/c.01 and its direct compatibility with inexpensive, widely available thermocouple input devices, powerful infrared scanning arrays can now be considered for applications in which thermal signatures are desired for process monitoring and control. Such applications include web drying, printing, laminating, paint curing, and any other thermal processing of moving material.

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Infrared temperature sensors of Exergen Global in the semiconductor business

March 8, 2019

Exergen Global: Non-contact thermal sensors are remarkably diverse devices that can help ensure higher process speeds, more precise accuracies, tighter tolerances, and higher yields for a wide spectrum of manufacturing processes, including semiconductor production.

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Exergen Global Introduces "PEKO", its Revolutinary Sensoranics-based Thermal Dynamic Management Solution for extreme heat and most challenging emissivity of materials

January 23, 2019

Exergen Global’s revolutionary solution codenamed “PEKO”, allows manufacturers to safely speed up industrial processes and position thermal sensors extremely close to measurement targets—both moves that significantly increase ambient temperature—while ensuring processing temperatures remain safely within specifications and emissivity is brought to as close as E=1.

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Sens2B: Exergen Global's sensors help Smission-Cartledge Biomedical (SCB) develop a solution to ensure safe blood transfusions with reliable, accurate temperature measurement

November 2, 2018

Exergen Global today announced that its Micro IRt/c-HB infrared non-contact sensors are being used to measure blood product temperatures in the ThermaCor® 1200 Rapid Thermal Infuser designed and developed by Smisson-Cartledge Biomedical, LLC and manufactured by Sparton Medical.

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Sens2B: Exergen Global introduced the D501LN scanner

October 9, 2018

Exergen Global today introduced the D501LN, a handheld certified infrared scanner that provides all the features found in Exergen’s DX501, with an extended nosepiece to enhance safety and ease-of-use.

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Game Changer in Industrielle Automation

April 13, 2018

Universell einsetzbare Temperatur-Sensoren bietet die Reihe Game Changer, die Exergen Global in Kooperation mit Novus Automation entwickelt hat.

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Sens2B: Exergen Global Opens Office in China

March 12, 2018

Exergen Global, the award-winning thermal sensor solution provider, announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Multi IR, a global leader in infrared technologies based in Hangzhou, China.

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Sens2B: Tom Tom-Tools integrates infrared micro sensor of Exergen Global in their Ovality tool for temperature measurement in the cement industry

February 21, 2017

Exergen Global, an award-winning thermal solutions provider, today announced that TomTom-Tools, a Swiss-based company that provides state of the art measurement tools for the cement industry, is employing Exergen’s micro IRt/c-K as part of a customized solution to help its cement manufacturing customers maintain ideal operating temperatures and increase production.

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