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IR Best Practice Guide

IR Best Practice Guide

Infrared thermometers are ideal for taking surface temperature measurements ONLY from a distance. They provide relatively accurate temperatures without ever having to touch the object you’re measuring. This is useful when a surface is just out of reach and a surface probe will not do 

Validating the Readings on an Infrared Thermometer Using an Ice Bath

Validating the Readings on an Infrared Thermometer Using an Ice Bath

In the last blog post within our infrared thermometer series, we looked at how to correctly validate the accuracy of your instrument using a Thermometer Comparator. The comparator method allows devices to be validated at ambient room temperature, however we would not recommend conducting it 

How to Validate the Readings on Your Infrared Thermometer

How to Validate the Readings on Your Infrared Thermometer

The third instalment in our infrared thermometer series is about how to correctly validate the accuracy of an IR device in the field. Our first post looked at emissivity and how to get an accurate reading, while the second focused on how to clean and 

A Beginner’s Guide to Sous Vide Cooking

A Beginner’s Guide to Sous Vide Cooking

What is sous vide cooking? Sous vide is a method of cooking that involves using precise, controlled temperatures to produce food that is perfectly and evenly cooked all the way through. French for ‘under vacuum’, the process of sous vide involves vacuum-sealing food inside a 

ThermaData Studio – Viewing & Exporting Data & TD Link App

ThermaData Studio – Viewing & Exporting Data & TD Link App

The final instalment in our three-part ThermaData Studio blog series today we will be talking about how you can view and export data from the Studio software, as well as the great features of our TD Link iOS app.   VIEWING DATA Opening Saved Files 

ThermaData Studio – Auto Archive Feature

ThermaData Studio – Auto Archive Feature

Following on from our ThermaData Studio Walk Through Setup Guide today we are discussing the fantastic auto-archiving feature in the ThermaData Studio Software. It is a very handy feature in which you can set the software to automatically download and archive data which has been