Top 10 sensor company award for Exergen Global

September 2020

EXERGEN GLOBAL AWARDED WITH TOP TEN SENSOR COMPANY AWARD

Even bad times can be good.
We just received the exciting news that Exergen Global has been given the top ten sensor company award by Enterprise Technology Review.

“This award is especially satisfactory as we specialise only in infrared temperature sensors. The other nominees offer a much broader family of different types of sensors. We feel by being so highly focused on just infrared temperature sensors, we provide solutions which really make a difference. They are extremely accurate and the repeatability is unheard of”, said Bram Stelt, CEO of Exergen. "During these challenging COVID19 times, we have focussed on strengthening our complete infrared temperature sensor line. The result was a new evolution of Exergen’s AutoSmart line. The combination of this accurate infrared temperature sensor with our unique heat balance technology, made Enterprise Technology Review acknowledge us as a winner”, he added.

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EXERGEN AUTOSMART FOR OPTIMIZED ACCURACY AND EASE OF USE

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The choice of infrared non-contact sensors has increased over time. Factors like target temperature range, target material, target size, target distance and ambient temperature need to be considered in offering the most suitable solution, without sacrificing the accuracy or price. To accommodate this, Exergen Global widened the AutoSmart family line. In cooperation with partners, a special transmitter (AutoSmart) was designed capable of fully calibrating Exergen’s IRt/c sensors to unprecedented accuracy of 0.1°F or 0,1°C by custom calibration, over a temperature range of choice. The big advantage is that OEM vendors can automatically calibrate the sensors themselves at their own manufacturing site. For the whole article, please click the button below.

Last but not least we are very proud to announce that within the coming weeks, new extensions of the AutoSmart product line will be announced.

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