High Performance Thermal Testing

Is Thermal Testing a Necessary Evil? – Made Better Here

The Synergy Nano temperature controller helps to achieve the above goals with automation plus precise temperature control. Just one instrument required to produce printed results where in many cases these results might require several expensive pieces of equipment and hands-on data manipulation.

Evaluating Thermal Imaging for Temperature Test

This unit is primarily marketed as an uncalibrated tool but I found that the Flir One give some very useful relative readings for testing and evaluating purposes.  As for absolute temperature readings there is still a little something to be desired. The unit’s instructions are a little vague regarding measurement accuracies but the on screen spot reading is quite useful.

Cost effective wide range thermal testing

Testing at extreme temperatures requires considering several options. Testing at hot temperatures has its issues, however, testing at ultra cold temperatures – below -40 C in most cases requires the use of expensive and sometimes failure prone cascade refrigeration systems or alternately applying expendable cryogenic fluids such as liquid Nitrogen or liquid CO2.

Thermal Testing with Convection and Conduction… together at last!

A heartfelt Congratulation is in order for the happy and successful union of two distinct thermal testing methods that are finally sharing the same dance floor together – as the first true Hybrid.  To better understand the specific benefits from both sides of this collaboration of two testing methods, please review of the following white paper: 

RTD’s v. Thermocouples, which is best?

The question is often asked “what is the best temperature sensor for my temperature testing or environmental testing application?”
The answers can vary a lot but the two main leaders of the pack are RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detector) followed by Thermocouples.
If you are looking for the short answer of which is best, it is RTD’s but here is a little more to the story

Spot Cooling with Vortex Tubes – a Viable Option

When using temperature chambers or thermal platforms to do thermal testing, heating of devices tends to be more or less straight forward.  Generally electrical resistance heating, be it conductive or convection (or even radiant) is the best, cheapest and most easily controllable method.

Replacing programmable instruments, keeping software compatibility in an automated test

When an instrument eventually goes obsolete or for any other reason a new instrument is put in place of one that is already a part of an automated test system, some programming work will follow to make the transition complete.  Even if the instruments are supposed to be software compatible, there are often minor details to tend.  The good news is that it is usually not that difficult or involved. Of course exceptions can be noted but usually it is not as big of a project as some anticipate.

Thermal Testing Equipment: Maximizing Value

In the world of Test and Measurement, there are numerous options for your temperature testing equipment.  They can have a significant impact on costs, up front and ongoing as well as ease and quality of results.  For maximum value from your equipment, it is helpful to better understand the methods and choices available to you.

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