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How Does a Thermocouple Work?

How Does a Thermocouple Work?

A thermocouple is an electric device that is used to measure the temperature of an objects via electric conductivity through two meta wires. These two metal wires connect together at one end and to a thermocouple meter at the other end.  Quite simply, a thermocouple is the most widespread temperature sensor anyone can find. Therefore, it’s paramount for any professional worth his name in salt to gain mastery on the ins-and-outs of the device. Frankly, not doing so could be disastrous. Already, countless industries, scientific research, and engineering applications are putting their faith in thermocouples, reaping the rewards in the...

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Underfloor Heating Diagnostic with Thermal Camera

Underfloor Heating Diagnostic with Thermal Camera

Once again, a thermal camera comes to the rescue. It’s easy to be caught all in awe of underfloor heating, also dubbed as “radiant heating”. Certainly, this seemingly new form of heating to fight the cold is HVAC’s new kid on the block. And why not? Its energy efficiency is tops. Quite frankly, it would leave many traditional centralized forced-air heating far behind eating dust. But to get into radiant heating without a thermal camera in hand is like going fishing with your bare hands. It’s reckless, plain and simple.  For sure, your house would have a lot to gain...

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What is Infrared?

What is Infrared?

Infrared is energy waves emitted from any object which is invisible to the naked eye but can be felt physically felt as heat. This energy wave has a length (wavelength) from 700 nanometers (frequency 430 THz), to 1 millimeter (300 GHz) in the visible light spectrum.  To first understand what is infrared we must begin with its origins. Infrared radiation has given humanity the ability to see beyond what the human eyes can see and explore beyond where any man has set foot before. From a military perspective to a civilian’s, the application of infrared technology is too useful to ignore. It’s...

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Lock Down? Time for DIY

Lock Down? Time for DIY

A thermal camera in your hand could be the most efficient way to spend your time during the pandemic. Think about it. While you could choose to wait it out and tackle all the hobbies you can take on, getting your house in order this time around offers tons of benefits - largely unprecedented we dare say. And there may never be a better opportunity to get it done than these days. For starters, you have all the time in the world. All the time that could fly out the window unproductive. Dr. Anthony Fauci, America’s National Doctor, believes it...

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How to Cut Costs for Heating Bills this Winter

How to Cut Costs for Heating Bills this Winter

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