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The Rugged Monitoring Tsens probes have been designed and built so they can be incorporated in your transformers to give precise results (direct measurements of temperature). The sensing technology is based on the proven zero-drift GaAs technology. They are completely built using first quality materials, all with very high dielectric strength, so your transformers can benefit from accurate temperature readings, which is essential to a good knowledge of transformer aging rate. During a factory heatrun tests these probes will give to both transformer manufacturer and operator invaluable information regarding the transformer expected MVA performance. The patented tip construction makes them extremely robust, while being very easy to install in radial spacers or in other pressboard material (such as for temperature measurements in yokes or other transformer components). The spiral-wrap cable is especially constructed to allow complete oil penetration so you can be assured that no air can be present. All materials used in the probe construction are compatible with high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes.

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Description:

The Rugged Monitoring Tsens probes have been designed and built so they can be incorporated in your transformers to give precise results (direct measurements of temperature). The sensing technology is based on the proven zero-drift GaAs technology. They are completely built using first quality materials, all with very high dielectric strength, so your transformers can benefit from accurate temperature readings, which is essential to a good knowledge of transformer aging rate. During a factory heatrun tests these probes will give to both transformer manufacturer and operator invaluable information regarding the transformer expected MVA performance. The patented tip construction makes them extremely robust, while being very easy to install in radial spacers or in other pressboard material (such as for temperature measurements in yokes or other transformer components). The spiral-wrap cable is especially constructed to allow complete oil penetration so you can be assured that no air can be present. All materials used in the probe construction are compatible with high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes.

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high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes | accurate temperature readings | operator invaluable information | allow complete oil penetration | temperature measurements | transformer manufacturer | high dielectric strength | transformer components | first quality materials | Monitoring Tsens probes | factory heatrun tests | direct measurements | probe construction | tip construction | GaAs technology

Description:

The Rugged Monitoring Tsens probes have been designed and built so they can be incorporated in your transformers to give precise results (direct measurements of temperature). The sensing technology is based on the proven zero-drift GaAs technology. They are completely built using first quality materials, all with very high dielectric strength, so your transformers can benefit from accurate temperature readings, which is essential to a good knowledge of transformer aging rate. During a factory heatrun tests these probes will give to both transformer manufacturer and operator invaluable information regarding the transformer expected MVA performance. The patented tip construction makes them extremely robust, while being very easy to install in radial spacers or in other pressboard material (such as for temperature measurements in yokes or other transformer components). The spiral-wrap cable is especially constructed to allow complete oil penetration so you can be assured that no air can be present. All materials used in the probe construction are compatible with high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes.

Related Keyphrases:

high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes | accurate temperature readings | operator invaluable information | allow complete oil penetration | temperature measurements | transformer manufacturer | high dielectric strength | transformer components | first quality materials | Monitoring Tsens probes | factory heatrun tests | direct measurements | probe construction | tip construction | GaAs technology

Description:

The Rugged Monitoring Tsens probes have been designed and built so they can be incorporated in your transformers to give precise results (direct measurements of temperature). The sensing technology is based on the proven zero-drift GaAs technology. They are completely built using first quality materials, all with very high dielectric strength, so your transformers can benefit from accurate temperature readings, which is essential to a good knowledge of transformer aging rate. During a factory heatrun tests these probes will give to both transformer manufacturer and operator invaluable information regarding the transformer expected MVA performance. The patented tip construction makes them extremely robust, while being very easy to install in radial spacers or in other pressboard material (such as for temperature measurements in yokes or other transformer components). The spiral-wrap cable is especially constructed to allow complete oil penetration so you can be assured that no air can be present. All materials used in the probe construction are compatible with high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes.

Related Keyphrases:

high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes | accurate temperature readings | operator invaluable information | allow complete oil penetration | temperature measurements | transformer manufacturer | high dielectric strength | transformer components | first quality materials | Monitoring Tsens probes | factory heatrun tests | direct measurements | probe construction | tip construction | GaAs technology

Description:

The Rugged Monitoring Tsens probes have been designed and built so they can be incorporated in your transformers to give precise results (direct measurements of temperature). The sensing technology is based on the proven zero-drift GaAs technology. They are completely built using first quality materials, all with very high dielectric strength, so your transformers can benefit from accurate temperature readings, which is essential to a good knowledge of transformer aging rate. During a factory heatrun tests these probes will give to both transformer manufacturer and operator invaluable information regarding the transformer expected MVA performance. The patented tip construction makes them extremely robust, while being very easy to install in radial spacers or in other pressboard material (such as for temperature measurements in yokes or other transformer components). The spiral-wrap cable is especially constructed to allow complete oil penetration so you can be assured that no air can be present. All materials used in the probe construction are compatible with high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes.

Related Keyphrases:

high temperature kerosene desoprtion processes | accurate temperature readings | operator invaluable information | allow complete oil penetration | temperature measurements | transformer manufacturer | high dielectric strength | transformer components | first quality materials | Monitoring Tsens probes | factory heatrun tests | direct measurements | probe construction | tip construction | GaAs technology

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Thermocouples are widely used in automotive industry for temperature testing at product design and EOL (End of Line) stages and for permanent monitoring afterwards. However, with the increasing voltage levels in Emobility thermocouples posses many risks in product design and testing stages. Some of them are safety related risk and have potential to be life threatening for employees (research and test engineers).

Researchers and testing experts in Emobility have seen the following major challenges with using Thermocouples for temperature testing in high voltage applications.

  1. Safety: Thermocouples are subject to creating a short circuit and electrocution risks to the employees.
  2. Noise: With the Emobility going towards 1000V and even higher 2500V (for commercial vehicles), thermocouples are highly susceptible to noise.
  3. Linearity: Though the thermocouples are calibrated for a certain range, they still need complex compensation algorithm to maintain linearity over the range
  4. Response Time: Thermocouples are not fast enough and accurate for thermal profiling of key components of Electric Vehicles such as Charging Points, Battery, Motor Windings and Power Electronics.
  5. Repeatability: Thermocouples are made of two dissimilar metallic wires and susceptive to material purity which varies from batch to batch and manufacturer to manufacturer.

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Telemetry is an automated communications process by which measurements and other data are collected at remote or inaccessible points and transmitted to receiving equipment for monitoring.[1] The word is derived from Greek roots: tele = remote, and metron = measure. Systems that need external instructions and data to operate require the counterpart of telemetry, telecommand.[2]

Although the term commonly refers to wireless data transfer mechanisms (e.g., using radio, ultrasonic, or infrared systems), it also encompasses data transferred over other media such as a telephone or computer network, optical link or other wired communications like power line carriers. Many modern telemetry systems take advantage of the low cost and ubiquity of GSM networks by using SMS to receive and transmit telemetry data.

telemeter is a device used to remotely measure any quantity. It consists of a sensor, a transmission path, and a display, recording, or control device. Telemeters are the physical devices used in telemetry. Electronic devices are widely used in telemetry and can be wireless or hard-wired, analog or digital. Other technologies are also possible, such as mechanical, hydraulic and optical.[3]

Telemetry may be commutated to allow the transmission of multiple data streams in a fixed frame.

Description:

Telemetry is an automated communications process by which measurements and other data are collected at remote or inaccessible points and transmitted to receiving equipment for monitoring.[1] The word is derived from Greek roots: tele = remote, and metron = measure. Systems that need external instructions and data to operate require the counterpart of telemetry, telecommand.[2]

Although the term commonly refers to wireless data transfer mechanisms (e.g., using radio, ultrasonic, or infrared systems), it also encompasses data transferred over other media such as a telephone or computer network, optical link or other wired communications like power line carriers. Many modern telemetry systems take advantage of the low cost and ubiquity of GSM networks by using SMS to receive and transmit telemetry data.

telemeter is a device used to remotely measure any quantity. It consists of a sensor, a transmission path, and a display, recording, or control device. Telemeters are the physical devices used in telemetry. Electronic devices are widely used in telemetry and can be wireless or hard-wired, analog or digital. Other technologies are also possible, such as mechanical, hydraulic and optical.[3]

Telemetry may be commutated to allow the transmission of multiple data streams in a fixed frame.

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