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26 July 1999 Imaging radiometers employing linear thermoelectric arrays
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Infrared Solutions, Inc. has developed a family of radiometers which employ silicon microstructure uncooled linear thermoelectric arrays, prepared by Honeywell Technology Center. Included in the family is a handheld imaging radiometer for predictive and preventive maintenance having a frame time of 1.4 sec, a linescanner radiometer for monitoring of industrial web process, an imaging radiometer for monitoring stationary industrial processes such as a die casting, and a linescanner radiometer for monitoring the temperature distribution of railcar wheels on trains moving at speeds up to 80 mph.
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Timothy J. McManus and Steve Mickelson "Imaging radiometers employing linear thermoelectric arrays", Proc. SPIE 3698, Infrared Technology and Applications XXV, (26 July 1999);


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