Publication detail

IR Thermometer with Automatic Emissivity Correction

DOBESCH, A. POLIAK, J.

Original Title

IR Thermometer with Automatic Emissivity Correction

English Title

IR Thermometer with Automatic Emissivity Correction

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper describes the design and implementation of an infrared (IR) thermometer with automatic emissivity correction. The temperature measurement is carried out by the simple digital thermopile sensor MLX90614. The emissivity correction is based on benefits of diffuse reflecting materials and it uses an IR laser diode in conjunction with a selective amplifier. Moreover, the paper includes the design of the control interface with a graphics LCD. Furthermore, this paper describes the power supply unit with a Li-ion cell controlled by basic integrated circuits.

English abstract

The paper describes the design and implementation of an infrared (IR) thermometer with automatic emissivity correction. The temperature measurement is carried out by the simple digital thermopile sensor MLX90614. The emissivity correction is based on benefits of diffuse reflecting materials and it uses an IR laser diode in conjunction with a selective amplifier. Moreover, the paper includes the design of the control interface with a graphics LCD. Furthermore, this paper describes the power supply unit with a Li-ion cell controlled by basic integrated circuits.

Keywords

Temperature, non-contact temperature measurement, emissivity, reflectivity.

RIV year

2013

Released

02.12.2013

Publisher

Spolecnost pro radioelektronicke inzenyrstvi

Location

Praha

Pages from

1301

Pages to

1306

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT104156,
  author="Aleš {Dobesch} and Juraj {Poliak}",
  title="IR Thermometer with Automatic Emissivity Correction",
  annote="The paper describes the design and implementation
of an infrared (IR) thermometer with automatic
emissivity correction. The temperature measurement is
carried out by the simple digital thermopile sensor
MLX90614. The emissivity correction is based on benefits
of diffuse reflecting materials and it uses an IR laser diode
in conjunction with a selective amplifier. Moreover, the
paper includes the design of the control interface with
a graphics LCD. Furthermore, this paper describes the
power supply unit with a Li-ion cell controlled by basic
integrated circuits.",
  address="Spolecnost pro radioelektronicke inzenyrstvi",
  chapter="104156",
  institution="Spolecnost pro radioelektronicke inzenyrstvi",
  number="4",
  volume="22",
  year="2013",
  month="december",
  pages="1301--1306",
  publisher="Spolecnost pro radioelektronicke inzenyrstvi",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}