Tell Raytek how you plan to use or have used one of its noncontact infrared temperature sensors, and you could win an Apple iPad2.

Now that Raytek, Santa Cruz, Calif., has posted downloadable case studies on its website, it is looking for new stories. To submit your Raytek infrared sensor application story for a chance to be part of the digital collection and perhaps take home an iPad in the process, enter the details at

The collection of end-user case studies covers a many applications and industries. Each posted story presents a question, details the solution and explains the benefits. To read or download currently posted case histories, go to

“These are true-life customer experiences with our products, and those in similar situations will be able to find a comparable answer to their needs," says Arlene Lucas-Starrh, senior global marketing communications manager.

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