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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.
Reflective cones are a very useful addition toIR 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.
Flash cure systems are tested in a normal ambient environment of about 74°F to determine air flow parameters to maintain IRt/c sensor body within its specified limits, as well as other cooling and ventilation needs in the machinery. However, in hot climates in other parts of the world, machine room ambient is expected to be as high as 105°F. How does this affect the cooling air requirements?