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Blackbody System

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Blackbody SystemThe Nightingale Body Temperature Reference (BTR) Blackbody System from Santa Barbara Infrared Inc. is designed to detect human body temperature for COVID-19 testing.

The system provides a stable, uniform, low-cost, and easy-to-operate thermal source. Specially designed for use in thermal imaging body-temperature screening systems, it provides a convenient, viewable thermal reference area for IR camera systems. A “set and forget” temperature-programming function is configurable to Celsius or Fahrenheit, with settable temperature ranges above ambient, from 30° to 45° C. The system has a 3 × 3-in. emitting aperture, a USB communication interface, and average emissivity of >0.950 MWIR through LWIR.

Other features include temperature accuracy of ±0.15° C, temperature stability of ±0.05° C, and uniformity of ±0.15° C over the central 1.5 × 1.5-in. region of interest.

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2020

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