I look forward to meeting you and discussing your applications for infrared thermometry with you. Please stop by Booth No. 1115 at Sensors Expo where I will personally be available to discuss your infrared thermometry needs with you.
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) May 7, 2008 -variable-
focus infrared thermometry system] (U. S. Patent No. 7,355,168) --the Vario-Therm -- will be on display at Sensors Exposition & Conference from June 9-11, 2008, by Everest Interscience. Sensors Expo is being held at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Illinois. The fixed-mounted [Vario-Therm Series 6000 infrared temperature sensors combine the first infrared thermometry (IRT) system capable of both varying the focus of the infrared temperature sensor and identifying the exact target area where a surface temperature measurement is being taken.
The new optical system by Everest Interscience provides the first field-variable-focus IRT system capable of visible identification of the target area. This is required for an accurate optical alignment between the IRT and the target for precise measurement and is accomplished with Everest's Intra-Optical Through-The-Lens (TTL/SLR) targeting system (U. S. Patent No. 4,494,881). With this system, the exact location and dimensions of the target area under test are precisely identified. This is true not only under static conditions but also under variable imaging conditions, which may result when re-focusing the infrared sensor.
The invention of the field-variable-focus IRT system to be shown at Sensors Expo 2008 arose from a long-time need in the field of infrared thermometry. Other conventional infrared thermometers (IRT's) have been unable to precisely align the infrared sensor on the target and identify the exact target area being measured.
Hand-held infrared thermometers that also employ the Vario-Zooom sighting system and the Intra-Optical Through-The-Lens (TTL/SLR) targeting system will also be exhibited at Sensors Expo. These instruments include the AGRI-THERM II nfrared thermometers which are Differential Infrared Thermometers that can measure the surface temperature of the target, the ambient air dry bulb temperature and the difference between them. These instruments have been used extensively for measurements in the Natural Environment Sciences.
Just go to the Everest website for your Electronic Guest Pass for Sensors Expo 2008 for unlimited access to the Expo floor, the Keynote Speaker and the General Session.
If you have a new application for infrared thermometry that you would like to discuss, Charles E. "Gene" Everest, Co-Owner and Design Engineer of Everest Interscience, says "I look forward to meeting you and discussing your applications for infrared thermometry with you. Please stop by Booth No. 1115 at Sensors Expo where I will personally be available to discuss your infrared thermometry needs with you."
To review what other infrared thermometers and infrared temperature sensors are included in the product line and which may be exhibited at Sensors Expo, please visit http://www.everestinterscience.com. You can also find contact information on the website.