Join IRC at SPIE Defense & Commercial Sensing

19-21 April | Anaheim CA, USA

IRC900Online   —  Visit SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing booth #701 to see why IRCameras (IRC) is a leader in standard and custom Short Wave Infrared (SWIR), Mid Wave Infrared (MWIR) and Long Wave Infrared (LWIR) cameras.

Also learn how IRC develops fully optimized infrared sensor packages for unique optical or mechanical configurations . Continue reading

The Next Generation Precision Handheld Thermometers

Omega’s NEW Digital Thermocouple Thermometers

HH911T-HH912T Online  —  OMEGA announces the next generation of Precision Digital Thermometers, the HH911T/HH912T Series.

They are user configurable for Type K, J, T or E thermocouple probes to provide a wide range of temperature measurements from -250 to 1372 °C (-418 to 2502 °F).

The HH911T (single input) and the HH912T (dual channel inputs with T1-T2 readings) provide dependable and uninterrupted portable measurement capability without expensive batteries, AC adaptors, or chargers. Continue reading

Thermal VISION Sensors for Tomorrow’s Autonomous Vehicles

NEW FLIR ADK™

ADK™ with Boson™ for Automotive Thermal VisionONLINE — The FLIR ADK™ (Automotive Development Kit) is a cost-effective way to develop the next generation of automotive thermal vision and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Thermal imaging is the best sensor technology for pedestrian detection, identifying people in cluttered environments and giving analytics the critical information needed for automated decisions.

Designed around the FLIR Boson thermal camera core, the FLIR ADK has a simple interface that ports data directly into analytics. Continue reading

Last call to register for ThermoAnalytics UGM

27-30 March 2017

TAI User Group Meeting Registration linkOnline — Spend four days with the top leaders in thermal modeling as they address today’s most pressing challenges.

You’ll go home with new strategies and techniques to improve your modeling, maximize budgets and optimize design strategies.

Save your spot for this free event by clicking here to register. Continue reading

The Thermal Conductivity of Unfilled Plastics

By sales@ctherm.com

All values in the table are defined at room temperature.

Thermal conductivity of some plasticsOnline  —  As a rule-of-thumb, the thermal conductivity increases with a few percent in the range 0-100 °C.

Only below very low temperatures (typically 40 K), plastics show a clear decrease.

Fillers such as silver, copper, CNTs etc. typically cause a sharp increase in the thermal conductivity of a polymer composite. Continue reading