Raytek IR Temperature

Resources for IR Technology and Noncontact Infrared Temperature Measurement

Infrared (IR) sensors have been utilized successfully in noncontact temperature measurement in industrial and research settings and provide the following benefits:

  • Saving time - typical IR temperature measurement takes less than 500 mSec.
  • Ability to measure moving targets
  • Ability to measure hazardous or inaccessible objects
  • Ability to measure high temperatures (greater than 1300°C/2372°F)
  • No energy interference or energy loss
  • No risk of contamination or damage from contact with the target

To learn more about IR technology, please visit the following: Principals and Benefits of IR Temperature Measurement