Exergen's Micro IRt/c sensor.
Aesthetic device company Syneron has selected Exergen Global’s Exergen micro IRt/c to power its new aesthetic treatments. Syneron is a manufacturer of electronic devices for dermatologists, plastic and cosmetic surgeons, and other professionals that conduct nonsurgical cosmetic surgeries. Products can be used for procedures such as body contouring, skin rejuvenation, cellulite reduction, acne, hair removal, and more.
Syneron’s VelaShape III integrates Exergen’s non-invasive IR temperature sensor into the applicator—continuously monitoring skin temperature without interfering with the treatment. If the skin temperature does reach a critical limit, the specialist is informed by a pre-alarm and can adjust the time or intensity of the treatment. Exergen’s technology is used to ensure overheating does not happen. The micro IRt/c sensor is Exergen’s smallest IR sensor to fit into confined spaces and does not require a power supply. More information on the product can be found here.