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Portable Thermal IR Temperature Logging Device

A portable thermal IR temperature logging device:

  • Public Lab has been incorporating a thermal infrared sensor into projects for more than five years.
  • The Thermal Flashlight is based on Melexis MLX90614 sensor which determines the temperature of an object by sensing the thermal infrared radiation emitted from it.
  • I hooked up a similar sensor to the Nano Data Logger to see how it worked.
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Public Lab has been incorporating a thermal infrared sensor into projects for more than five years. The Thermal Flashlight is based on Melexis MLX90614 sensor which determines the temperature of an object by sensing the thermal infrared radiation emitted from it. I hooked up a similar sensor to the Nano Data Logger to see how it worked.

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August 29, 2017 AT 8:57 am

Portable Thermal IR Temperature Logging Device | via @PublicLab

Public Lab has been incorporating a thermal infrared sensor into projects for more than five years. The Thermal Flashlight is based on Melexis MLX90614 sensor which determines the temperature of an object by sensing the thermal infrared radiation emitted from it. I hooked up a similar sensor to the Nano Data Logger to see how it worked.

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