Infrared cameras are essential instruments for the quality control of solar cells. One possibility of testing is the periodical modulated exposition of the solar cells to light (Illuminated Lock-In Thermography). The separation of charge within the solar cell leads to leakage current at defective parts and thus to local hot spots. The hot spots can be detected by the infrared camera.
Senix Corporation ToughSonic sensors, waterproof and housed in stainless steel, that has become the “flood sensor” of choice.
New High-Speed Pyrometer CT 4M From Optris
Instrotech's versatile DPM9000 series
VPG (VISHAY) Transducers Technical Note
New compact infrared camera Optris Xi 410
Kobold’s NGR, a robust, maintenance-free level sensor that uses TDR technology (time domain reflectometry) for precise level measurement.
These days, water is generally supplied via a permanent underground system of pressurised pipes. Secure water pipeline networks form the backbone of our modern society. The water flow rate in pipelines can be regulated by adjusting the pressure in the system.
SELET has a new design for a series of capacitive sensors with more compact dimensions than traditional sensors on the market