Newsletter July 2018

July 2018

Summer is HERE.
Everybody is getting ready for their vacation including us.
Extreme busy times are behind us, a lot of events, a great Asian distributors meeting in the USA, new applications, a demanding market.
We wish you all a great vacation, time to relax in order to return to your job energized and ready to encounter all the challenges for the second part of this year.
If we can help you, with solving your temperature challenge, we love to hear from you.

Sunny greetings,

Bart van Liempd CEO
Bram Stelt, Director Large Accounts

PRESS RELEASE: EXERGEN GLOBAL EXPANDS PRESENCE IN ISRAEL; EMPOWERS ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION TO BE THE DISTRIBUTOR OF ITS THERMAL SENSOR SOLUTIONS IN ISRAEL

Exergen Global announced today that Robotics & Automation is an official distributor of Exergen’s infrared non-contact temperature sensors in Israel. Robotics & Automation established in 1987 to provide engineering solutions for OEM companies such as IBM and Intel, partners with Exergen Global to uncover new OEM opportunities for Exergen’s thermal management solutions. Robotics & Automation will offer Exergen’s complete line of non-contact IRt/c sensors to a range of industries, including medical, aesthetical, printing, plastics, and industrial.

Read the full press release here

APPLICATION NOTE: HOW EXERGEN PRODUCTS ARE PART OF YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE – TAKE A SENSOR JOURNEY WITH EXERGEN GLOBAL

You may not be aware of it, but Exergen’s thermal sensors play a role in your everyday life – in some surprising ways! With that in mind, the team at Exergen Global wants to invite you to join us as we “walk you through” a typical day and point out the myriad and diverse ways Exergen sensors are present in nearly everything you do or touch! I hope you’ll join us on our “sensor journey”.

Read the full application note here

WHITE PAPER: APPLYING REFLECTIVE CONES TO IR TEMPERATURE SENSORS FOR MOVING TARGETS

1. Reflective cones are a very useful addition to IR sensors when high accuracy and reliability are important for moving process measurements whose a) surface emissivities are likely to vary, and b) ambient temperatures in the measurement areas are somewhat variable.

2. For background into the underlying physics of reflective cones providing emissivity corrections, see “THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS: the Story of Alice’s Quest for Emissivity”.

Read the full white paper here