Instrumento para la medici�n de la temperatura de las personas a distancia

Pezzotti, Gianni; Coppa, Paolo; Liberati, Fabrizio
August 2006
Ingenier�a y Competitividad;Aug2006, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p30
Academic Journal
A new low radiation pyrometer to measure the temperature of the human body is presented. The instrument is based on a low cost thermopile as detector and an optical system consisting of an elliptical concave mirror. It was specially designed to measure the temperature of a person% forehead. The instrument has been characterized using a black body built for this purpose. The precision of the instrument is 0.19� C.


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