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What happens if the IR sensor is overheated?

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Every sensor has an upper ambient temperature limit that is allowed without cooling.  If this temperature is exceeded, the instrument will begin to provide erratic or incorrect temperature indications.  If the sensor gets extremely hot, it will be destroyed.  Consider air or water-cooling.
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