LONDON, July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Analytical Review of Global Temperature Sensors, Infrared Temperature Sensors, and Pyrometers Market : Non-contact Temperature Sensors Exhibit Increased Penetration into Diverse Applications
This research service provides a perspective on the global infrastructure and buildings market. It focuses on both end-user markets and key sensors used. The most significant trends, drivers, and restraints that impact each have been discussed. The research service focuses on both existing and forecasted revenues for the segments and total markets. This research service also provides a detailed snapshot of the market's competitive landscape and presents a forecast of revenue growth. Special focus is given to trends related to two key vertical markets, applications, distribution, technology, and value chain. As these sensors are highly technical, a detailed discussion on various technological aspects has been included in this deliverable.
-The global temperature sensors including transmitters market was estimated to be $ million in 2015.-The global infrared (IR) temperature sensors market was estimated to be $ million in 2015.
-The pyrometers, which are based on IR technology, are application dependent.
- An optical pyrometer determines the temperature of a very hot object by the color of the visible light it gives off. A radiation pyrometer determines the temperature of an object from the radiation (IR) given off by the object
- Although the term pyrometer is generally considered to apply to instruments that measure high temperatures only, some pyrometers are designed to measure low temperatures.
- The key end-user markets in 2015 for IR temperature sensors include chemicals and petrochemicals (C&P), oil and gas (up/midstream), alternative energy, metals and mining, power generation, food and beverages, semiconductors, automotive, life sciences, aerospace and defense, and heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), glass, refining, and plastics. The largest revenue in 2015 was generated by North America.
- The total temperature sensors market is expected to record a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of % during 2015 to 2020, while IR temperature sensors are market is expected to record a CAGR of % during 2015 to 2020 and is expected to witness the most rapid growth.
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