SOURCE: LumaSense Technologies

November 08, 2006 15:06 ET

LumaSense Technologies Announces Webcast on Temperature Measurement

SANTA CLARA, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 8, 2006 -- LumaSense Technologies, a leading provider of sensing instrument solutions, will host an interactive educational Web seminar, "Advancements in Temperature Measurement," featuring NATO-recognized expert Chuck Schietinger on Tuesday, November 14 at 2 p.m. EST.

The Webcast will focus on how accurate temperature measurement leads to increased productivity and reliability, maximum product life and decreased costs -- especially in harsh environments. Participants can stay at their desks while joining their peers. Chuck Schietinger, an expert in temperature measurement and emissivity with 26 years experience as an experimental physicist designing temperature measurement and control solutions, will also answer questions during the interactive question and answer period.

Topics covered will include choosing the best measurement solution for your application.

--  Pros and Cons of the different techniques
--  Phosphor decay methods
--  Fiber Optic Probes
--  Pyrometry
--  Thermocouples / RTDs / Thermisters
Schietinger, who has lectured at MIT, NJIT, OGI, Stanford, the University of Stuttgart, and been involved with NASA's Space Plane and the International Space Station Crystal Growth project, will explain how to achieve accurate temperature technology in harsh environments that face interference from: radio frequency, microwave, magnetics, and high voltage. If you work in R&D or with industrial microwave, semiconductor or MRI monitoring equipment, be sure to attend this Web seminar. Space is limited so register now to hold your space.

About LumaSense Technologies:

LumaSense Technologies (formerly Luxtron Corporation) is a sensing instrumentation company that provides differentiated solutions to customers in the industrial, semiconductor, energy and medical markets. For more information about LumaSense, go to

Contact Information

  • For more information contact:
    Judi Seavers
    Email Contact
    Phone: 408-727-1600