Multipeak-Weißlicht-Interferometer ermöglichen hochgenaue Multilayer-Messungen

Micro-Epsilon white light interferometers are characterized by their outstanding precision and absolute measurement values. The industrial-grade devices are suitable for inline use for machine integration as well as for laboratory applications. White light interferometers measure distance as well asSource: Micro-epsilon…

Stand-alone Data Acquisition and Flash Memory

Stand-alone Data Acquisition and Flash Memory

For years, DATAQ has offered a number of different flash memory solutions for stand-alone data acquisition. Beginning with standard 2GB max capacity SD-style cards for older DI-710/718 series data loggers, progressing to the 32 GB thumb-style USB drives, included with contemporary DI-2000 and DI-4000 series instruments. With maximum sample rates on the order of 14.4 Read MoreSource: DATAQ…

A Crash Course on Drone Liability

The use of aerial drones in the commercial practice of infrared thermography to monitor, inspect, investigate and document property conditions has become a commonplace.Source: IR/INFO.ORG…

IR Inspection Windows – See What You’ve Been Missing

An Infrared Inspection Window is a window that is used to separate environments of differing pressures or temperatures while allowing light energy at a specified electromagnetic wavelength to pass between the two environments. Source: IR/INFO.ORG…

3D snapshot sensor for 3D measurements and surface inspection of large objects

Large, diffuse reflecting objects of up to 650 x 495 mm are measured using the surfaceCONTROL 3D 2500 snapshot sensor. The sensor is based on the fringe light projection principle to perform geometrical 3D measurements and 3D shape detection, as well as surface inspections. It can be used both withi Source: Micro-epsilon…

Convert and Combine WinDaq Files in Microsoft Excel Format

Convert and Combine WinDaq Files in Microsoft Excel Format

Getting data into Microsoft Excel format is one of the most common customer requests. Often times customers are dealing with numerous data files, and the prospect of manually converting those files, one-by-one, into .CSV format. Fortunately, the software engineering team here at DATAQ has a solution! In conjunction with the WINDH32.EXE (WinDaq Waveform Browser), the Read More Source: DATAQ…

The irony of the magnet system for Kibble balances—a review

The magnet system is an essential component of the Kibble balance, a device that is used to realize the unit of mass. It is the source of the magnetic flux, and its importance is captured in the geometric factor Bl . Ironically, the Bl factor cancels out and does not appear in the final Kibble equation. Nevertheless, care must be taken to design and build the magnet system because the cancellation is perfect only if the Bl is the same in…

Achievement of 0.005% combined transfer uncertainties in the NIST detector calibration facility

Improvements in a lamp-monochromator-based facility at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), the Visible near-infrared Spectral Comparator Facility (VisSCF) which is used to calibrate optical detectors for spectral radiant power responsivity from 300 nm to 1100 nm, are described. These changes include extending the VisSCF operational range down to 300 nm from 350 nm, thereby fully covering the ultraviolet-A (UVA) spectral region and partially covering the UVB range. These improvements have lowered the magnitudes of most of the components in the uncertainty budget…

Spectral irradiance scale realization and uncertainty analysis based on a 14 mm diameter WC–C fixed point blackbody from 250 nm to 2500 nm

Spectral irradiance scale in the wavelength range from 250 nm to 2500 nm was realized at National Institute of Metrology on the basis of a large area tungsten carbide–carbon (WC–C) high temperature fixed point blackbody, which is composed of a 14 mm diameter WC–C fixed point cell and a variable temperature blackbody BB3500MP as a furnace. A series of 1000 W FEL tungsten halogen lamps were used as transfer standards. The new spectral irradiance scale was compared with the scale based on a variable-temperature blackbody…

Infraspection Institute Announces Release of Updated Standards for 2022

Burlington, NJ March 1, 2022 – Infraspection Institute has announced the release of updated versions of its popular series of Standards for infrared thermography. All twelve Standards have been revised to keep abreast of technological and industry changes. Source: Infraspection Institute News…