Sensor + Test 2015

April 2015

PRESS RELEASE

EXERGEN GLOBAL’S SENSORANICSTM METHODOLOGY TO COME UP WITH UNIQUE IR TEMPERATURE SENSORS BASED ON THREE INNOVATIVE BUILDING BLOCKS

WATERTOWN, Mass., and ZIJTAART, the Netherlands, April 28, 2015 - Today, Exergen Global introduced its Sensoranics Methodology based on three major building blocks based on state of the art sensor technology, smart mechanical engineering teams AND in depth knowledge of thermal management processes. The blocks are headed up by Dr. Frank Pompei, the eminence grise of measuring temperature. Read More...

QUOTE OF THE MONTH

"We think, not with hopes or wishes. Solving extraordinary challenges for our customers, we think with our minds."

Dr. Frank Pompei, CEO Exergen Corp.

IN THE NEWS

Medical Application Uses Noncontact Temperature Sensor

Sensortips, February 27 by Randy Frank

NeuWave Medical’s Certus 140 is a soft-tissue ablation system that uses microwave technology to treat skin lesions. The company says it is the only gas-cooled microwave system. CO2 cylinders ensure the probe shaft Read More...

Temperature Sensor Secures Ablation Systems

Sensor Magazine, February 18

The micro IRt/c.SV infrared, non-contact temperature sensor is said to play a crucial role in maintaining consistent probe temperature for the NeuWave Certus 140 2.45 GHz Ablation System. The soft-tissue ablation system employs CO2 Read More...

Air-purge Jacket keeps temperature sensor lenses clean

Thomasnet, January 20

Designed to work with IRt/c and Micro IRt/c.4 sensors measuring 3/8 in. dia x 3 in. long, Micro Clean Micro Air-Purge Jacket prevents oil, dust, condensation, and other debris from obscuring lens and degrading sensor readings. Read More...

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: BRAM STELT ALL ABOUT SENSORANICS

‍Bram Stelt, Large Account Manager

I am here with Bram Stelt, Large Account Manager for Exergen Global and we are talking about the company’s latest annoucement regarding its "Sensoranics" methodology. I’m not familiar with Sensoranics and would like to find out more about the ins and outs of this new approach.

Question:I understand that Exergen has just announced the methodology it calls Sensoranics. Can you explain what that means?

Our customers are always looking for sensor solutions that offer better performance under more challenging circumstances. Sensoranics is the methodology we employ when augment the performance of our non-contact IR sensor technology using the smart mechanics approach that is the hallmark of Exergen Global’s competitive difference. Sensoranics is a combination of 'sensor' and 'mechanics'. Our sensor technology delivers very accurate and reliable measurements. However, as is true for all sensor technologies, some applications operate under strenuous conditions that make it difficult for the sensor to deliver maximum performance. For example, very high ambient temperatures or dusty environments can limit sensor performance. Sensoranics is aimed at reaching maximum sensor performance.

EVENTS

We will exhibit at the Sensor + Test show next month

May 19 - 21, 2015Nuernberg - GermanyStand: 12-469We would love to welcome you at our booth and talk about our latest product innovations AND Sensoranics, our methodology for OEM sensor solutions. If you happen to be around or are planning to go, we are able to send you free entrance tickets.Hope to see you there!Bart van LiempdGeneral Manager Exergen Global

Other upcomming events

USASpeaking Event:Sensors Expo & Conference, June 9-11, 2015Long Beach Convention Centre in Long Beach, CaliforniaSession Title: Efficacy and safety: check...by using the right sensor solutionSession Date and Time: June 11- time to be announcedPresenter: Bram Stelt, Large Account Manager - Exergen Global BV