greenTEG was originally a spin-off from the University ETH Zurich. Independent since 2009, greenTEG designs and produces heat flux and radiation sensors, laser detectors based on the Seebeck/Peltier effect, using a unique thermocouples architecture.
This patented brand-new architecture offer a lot of advantages regarding sensitivity and size of the greenTEG sensors.
greenTEG sensors overview
Heat Flux sensors gSKIN
The gSKIN sensors from greenTEG are heat flux sensors based on the Seebeck effect. The sensitivity of these sensors depends on the thermocouples used, their number, their quality and their architecture. Standard sensors use thermocouples divided in two type (n-type and p-type). On the contrary, greenTEG sensors […]
Radiation and Laser power measurement
The thermopile sensors are able to measure radiation and Laser power beam. When a laser beam hits the sensor surface, the radiation is absorbed by the upper layer of the sensor and converted into heat. This heat is then transmitted to the lower surface. Thanks to […]