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Laser Thermometers - Advantages and Disadvantages

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Why Should You Use an IR Laser Thermometer? The benefits of having updated and trustworthy thermometer whenever taking your temperature. Discover more by following the link …

Why Should You Use an IR Laser Thermometer? The benefits of having updated and trustworthy thermometer whenever taking your temperature. Discover more by following the link below:

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  • 1. ==== ====Why Should You Use an IR Laser Thermometer? The benefits of having updated and trustworthythermometer whenever taking your temperature. Discover more by following the link below:http://p-k.me/kfD==== ==== CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO SEE THE MODELS AND PRICES Thermometer technology has improved vastly in recent times. Lately, a newkind of thermometer-the laser thermometer-is becoming much talked about. As the name suggests, this thermometerworks on the laser principle. But thats all most people know about them. Lets get to know these thermometers in a bitmore detail here. What Are Laser Thermometers? These are thermometers that work on the principle of laser. When any substance is hot, it radiates this heatfrom all of its parts. This causes the molecules in this area to vibrate with greater velocity. Laser can measure thisincrease in velocity, and this is then converted into a temperature reading. This is the reading that a laser thermometerprovides. The shape of these thermometers is more or less like a gun. Theres a region from where the laser is emitted.The laser ray is directly pointed to the surface whose temperature is to be measured. Though the path of the ray cannotbe seen clearly, the point at which the ray touches the surface can be seen as a bright red dot. Within moments, thetemperature of this incident area is reported by the thermometer. Since any hot body will emit an equal amount of heat radiation from all of its parts, these laser basedthermometers can be pointed at any point on the surface of the body. The reading is almost similar, irrespective ofwhere this actual point is located. This becomes an advantage of laser thermometers over other thermometers, whichneed to be positioned in specific ways on the body whose temperature is to be measured. Advantages 1. Laser thermometers dont really need to be brought in contact with the object whose temperatureneeds to be measured. They can even measure temperature from a remote location. It is only necessary that the path ofthe laser shouldnt be obstructed. It is for this reason that the laser-based thermometers are also called as non-touchthermometers. 2. The results are instantaneous. This is a great benefit, especially when creating clinical thermometersfor infants. By using thermometers that work on the laser principle, it is no longer necessary to place the thermometeron the patients body and wait for a minute before taking the reading.
  • 2. 3. All these thermometers are digital, which makes it much easier to get readings from them. Applications These thermometers find a lot of versatile uses. 1. They are used in measuring body temperatures, especially in the form of ear thermometers, which areextensively used for measuring body temperature in babies. 2. They are used to find the temperature of food. Whether food is just removed from the refrigerator orfrom the oven, these thermometers can accurately tell what its temperature is, which helps you decide whether you wantto eat the food or wait a while. 3. They are used in industry in determining places where there might be heat leakages. A routine laserthermometer scan of the whole area will show if theres any place where theres excessive heating. 4. Similarly, they are used by firefighters. If a particular area is just about to catch fire, a laserthermometer will be able to find its increased temperature in advance, and hence it will give the firefighters someadvance warning. Kelly Hunter owns and operates http://www.wireless-indoor-outdoor-thermometer.com and also writes about Acu Rite Thermometer Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Kelly_Hunter==== ====Why Should You Use an IR Laser Thermometer? The benefits of having updated and trustworthythermometer whenever taking your temperature. Discover more by following the link below:http://p-k.me/kfD==== ====

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