The Dresden-based company InfraTec GmbH Infrarotsensorik und Messtechnik is a specialist for products and services in the field of infrared technology. InfraTec was founded in 1991 and, with its own capacities in manufacturing and development, employs about 230 staff now.
Our business unit infrared measurement technology is dealing with all fields of application that infrared thermography offers. The range of services includes the sale of infrared cameras up to delivering turn-key automation solutions.
The pyroelectric detectors are designed according to a modular concept which allows for optimised solutions to a variety of applications. Detectors with reduced microphone technology and integrated operational amplifier as well as a new detector family with tuneable filter are part of our product range.
Infrared technology has exclusive and sometimes mysterious properties because it uses electromagnetic radiation, an invisible, but at the same time, omnipresent force. It can be used, for example, to measure temperatures and gas concentrations, for early fire detection and to track down energy losses.
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Pyroelectric detectors "Made in Germany" in great variety. An in-house research and development department. This and much more is offered by the owner-managed company InfraTec GmbH Infrarotsensorik und Messtechnik from Dresden with locations in the USA, Great Britain and China. The infrared detectors are used for high-precision gas analysis, fire and flame sensors and spectroscopy.
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