Speedboost impacting industrial manufacturing company
Speedboost of leading infrared sensor company Exergen, impacting the output of a publicly held, industrial manufacturing company
It looks like time is flying. Q1 of 2022 is already behind us and it is high time to provide you the latest and greatest of CleverIR. These are exciting news and we truly are looking forward to the rest of 2022.
Case Study: Speedboost of leading infrared sensor company Exergen, impacting the output of a publicly held, industrial manufacturing company
how an international, publicly held manufacturing company whose products help customers increase productivity and performance was challenged as a newly purchased flexo press did not reach the full speed capacity, as UV links were not fully curing at press speeds required.
In the case study as in our webinar we will explain in a detailed manner Exergen’s Speed Boost System. Speed Boost, a productivity enhancing concept which, by optimizing and properly controlling process temperatures, can dramatically increase production speed while assuring high product quality.
White paper: how to achieve optimum sensor read out
Exergen IRt/c sensors are small, passive devices with very high performance levels. The passive nature of the IRt/c’s results in very small repeatability and interchangeability errors, and an unprecedented long term stability. These properties are essential for their use in OEM manufacturers, who aim to build machines that function consistently and predictably.
There are no any active processes in the sensor such as signal amplification or AD conversion. As a result, the sensor generates a non-linear, high impedance thermocouple signal that differs slightly from conventional thermocouples. Without an accurate and reliable readout process, the accuracy and consistency of the sensors could be impaired by readout errors.
This white paper explains how to select readout devices, and how to design readout electronics, for optimal sensor readout.
Upcoming Webinar by CleverIR: Why non-contact temperature sensors can play an essential role in speeding up drying processes
We are planning a new webinar. Due to the hefty workload we postponed it for one month. The new dates are now:
Europe, Middle East and Asia - Tuesday 31st of May - 10 am (CET) &
North, Central and South America - Thursday 2nd of June - 11.30 am (EDT)