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    What is an Infrared Temperature Sensor Used for?

    An infrared temperature sensor is a sensor that uses the physical properties of infrared rays to measure, and only measures the surface temperature. Infrared light is also called infrared light, which includes reflection, refraction, scattering, interference, absorption and other properties. This property of infrared temperature sensor makes it have a wide range of applications.

    Non-contact infrared temperature sensor

    Application in medicine

    Infrared temperature sensors can measure the thermal image of the surface temperature of the human body at a long distance. It is possible to find the parts with abnormal temperature, and to diagnose and treat diseases in time. For example, the human body has a constant body temperature, generally at 37 degrees, so it emits infrared rays with a specific wavelength of about 10UM. Passive infrared probes work by detecting about 10UM of infrared rays emitted by the human body.

    Application in space technology

    The use of infrared temperature sensors on artificial satellites to monitor the earth's clouds can achieve a wide range of weather forecasts. Non-contact IR temperature sensors can be used to detect the overheating of the running engine on the aircraft.

    Application in environmental engineering

    Non-contact IR temperature sensors are used in the measurement of various atmospheric data, and has applications in oceanography, oil pollution detection, and snowmelt determination.

    Application in smart air conditioning

    The air volume and position of the traditional air conditioner are fixed, which cannot meet people's needs and waste electricity. The installation of infrared temperature sensors can sense the amount of human activity and distribute the air volume on demand, so that different people can be comfortable. Real-time monitoring and keen perception of human activity in a large range of 140 degrees, and differentiated on-demand air supply in different regions, so as to adapt to the individual needs of different family members, thereby improving the overall comfort of the air-conditioned room.

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