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A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | large temperature | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | complete immunity | Gallium Arsenide | external fields | connector types | sensor tip | several meters

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in R&D and industrial applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR, Corrosive and microwave radiation making it the best choice for all demanding applications. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, while the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.1mm and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | sensor offers complete immunity | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | oil special protective coatings | industrial applications | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | mechanical stability | high temperature | microwave radiation | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | connector types

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | large temperature | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | complete immunity | Gallium Arsenide | external fields | connector types | sensor tip | several meters

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | large temperature | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | complete immunity | Gallium Arsenide | external fields | connector types | sensor tip | several meters

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in R&D and industrial applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR, Corrosive and microwave radiation making it the best choice for all demanding applications. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, while the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.1mm and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | sensor offers complete immunity | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | oil special protective coatings | industrial applications | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | mechanical stability | high temperature | microwave radiation | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | connector types

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor  has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows for precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.7 mm with Rugged Polyimide coating and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for the use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from  several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | oil special protective coatings | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | mechanical stability | high temperature | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | complete immunity | sensor cable | connector types | Gallium Arsenide

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | large temperature | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | complete immunity | Gallium Arsenide | external fields | connector types | sensor tip | several meters

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in R&D and industrial applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR, Corrosive and microwave radiation making it the best choice for all demanding applications. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, while the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.1mm and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | sensor offers complete immunity | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | oil special protective coatings | industrial applications | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | mechanical stability | high temperature | microwave radiation | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | connector types

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in R&D and industrial applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR, Corrosive and microwave radiation making it the best choice for all demanding applications. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, while the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.1mm and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor | sensor offers complete immunity | standard temperature sensor | aggressive operating environments | oil special protective coatings | industrial applications | repeatable measurements | fiber optic probe | mechanical stability | high temperature | microwave radiation | standard deviation | measurement result | sensor lengths | connector types

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Description:

Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

Related Keyphrases:

expandable monitoring system | Rugged Monitoring R501 | fiber optic temperature | high resolution data | customer control panel | s wide measuring range | temperature measurement | Distributed modules | data visualization | single visualization | real time monitoring | customer datalogger | different sensors | central CPU module | complete immunity

Description:

A heavy duty fiber optic temperature sensor specially designed for harsh and dynamic operating conditions where stress on the Fiber Optic Cable is more than normal. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR, Corrosive and microwave radiation making it the best choice for all demanding applications. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. with a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C. Each sensor allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of heavy duty material, while the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.1mm and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

Related Keyphrases:

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Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

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Increasing automation and centralization in all industries has created a need for having a flexible and expandable monitoring system that can collect data from large number of different sensors and provide a single visualization and control platform. 

The Rugged Monitoring R501 is designed with built-in flexibility and upgradability to accommodate for the changing needs of customers. The R501 solution provides real time monitoring of fiber optic temperature and many other parameters such as, Pressure, AC Current, AC Voltage, DC Current, DC Voltage, Binary Inputs etc. Different kinds of input/output (IO) modules (Analog Input, Digital Input, Analog Output, Digital Output) are available to fit into the chassis. It supports both rack mount and distributed installation. The R501 chassis can be installed into customer control panel providing flexibility to test/monitor up to 256 sensors. The FO modules and other IO modules can also be installed independently (Dinrail mount) and daisy chained to the central CPU module communicating over CANBUS/MODBUS. Distributed modules can also be directly connected to customer datalogger for high resolution data logging e.g. CAN-Logger. Advance ‘Rugged Connect’ software is available along with the R501 for data visualization, configuration and reporting.

It can be used in a wide range of applications including Aviation, Automotive, Cryogenic, Battery Bank/Racks, Medical, Semiconductors, Utilities, and R&D. It's wide measuring range (-271 °C to +300 °C), high precision and complete immunity to RFI, EMI, microwave radiation, and high voltages make it an obvious choice for temperature measurement in extreme conditions.

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A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in R&D and industrial applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR, Corrosive and microwave radiation making it the best choice for all demanding applications. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, while the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.1mm and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor  has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows for precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has a diameter of 1.7 mm with Rugged Polyimide coating and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicitly suitable for the use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from  several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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Description:

A multiuse fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications. The sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2 s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2 °C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of the temperature sensor is made of PTFE, and the fiber tip has  0.3 mm x 0.3 mm area with a Polyimide coating. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and is immune to external fields. Therefore, the probes are explicitly suitable for use in large temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor length can be from several meters to 1 kilometer in length without impacting the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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Description:

A multi use fiber optic temperature sensor designed for a wide range of applications, especially for the use in demanding applications, Sensor offers complete immunity to RFI, EMI, NMR and microwave radiation. The standard temperature sensor has a response time of 0.2s. With a standard deviation of +/-0.2°C it allows precise and repeatable measurements. The coating of temperature sensor is made of PTFE, the fiber tip has a diameter of 0.7mm with Polyimid coating and has a stainless steel ST-connector. For mechanical stability and applications e.g. in oil special protective coatings and hoses are available. The fiber optic probe consists of a PTFE protected glass fiber and a GaAs-crystal (Gallium Arsenide) at the sensor tip. It is totally free of metal and immune to external fields, therefore probes are explicit suitable for the use in high temperature ranges as well as in aggressive operating environments. The sensor cable can be from several meters to kilometers long without influencing the accuracy of the measurement result. Other sensor lengths and connector types are available upon request.

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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 possess 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).

Thermocouples are based on the principles, that a small voltage (in milli-volts) gets produced when a junction (joint) of two dissimilar metal wires is cooled or heated. The generated voltage signal is measured at the other end of the metal wires and calibrated for the temperature range. During the temperature testing the junction end is put on the test object and voltage is being measured at the other end to estimate the temperature of test object.

Now imagine if the two metal wires are put on the 1000 V Battery or Motor for temperature testing and somehow the test engineers touch the wire by mistake. Even worse how accurate will be the milli-volt signal when it passes through an environment where there is high electric and magnetic field.

Without getting into more technicality let us take a closer look on the common reasons why thermocouples have failed in Emobility testing and should be replaced with intrinsically safe sensors.

1. Safety

It is very obvious and common sensical thing to find out the safety risk of using thermocouples in Emobility testing, especially when test engineers have to adjust sensing location such as finding the right hot spot or reach to the measuring points that are not easily accessible (Inverters, Stator Windings, Battery Cooling duct). 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. The milli-volt signal requires lot of isolation under such large voltages and even then, the signal is not clear enough to measure accurate temperature.



3. Larger Size  

Thermocouples are not suitable for Emobility applications that has very tiny space for putting sensors such as Charging Points, Invertor IGBTs, Battery Inter-cell temperature measurement etc. It has been observed that thermocouples are less responsive and inaccurate (up to 20 to 30 Deg Celsius) if they are not put directly on the charging points. 


4. Non-Linearity Over The Range  

Though the thermocouples are calibrated for a certain range, they still need complex compensation algorithm to maintain linearity over the range since they are being used at harsh conditions (High electric, chemical and magnetic fields) and different test environments.



5. Longer Response Time  

Faster and accurate measurement is critical for Emobility during the performance, life cycle and abuse testing. Not only the accuracy, thermocouples are also limited by the response time requirements of Emobility applications such as detection of Thermal Runaway Issues, Charging Point Temperature, Stator Winding Temperature etc.


6. Poor Repeatability 

Thermocouples are made of two dissimilar metallic wires and susceptive to material purity which varies from batch to batch and manufacturer to manufacturer. This variation creates calibration issues resulting into non-repeatability of accurate measurements. Further the chemical composition of metal changes with time especially if they are put into chemical environment like Batteries.


Description:

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 possess 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).

Thermocouples are based on the principles, that a small voltage (in milli-volts) gets produced when a junction (joint) of two dissimilar metal wires is cooled or heated. The generated voltage signal is measured at the other end of the metal wires and calibrated for the temperature range. During the temperature testing the junction end is put on the test object and voltage is being measured at the other end to estimate the temperature of test object.

Now imagine if the two metal wires are put on the 1000 V Battery or Motor for temperature testing and somehow the test engineers touch the wire by mistake. Even worse how accurate will be the milli-volt signal when it passes through an environment where there is high electric and magnetic field.

Without getting into more technicality let us take a closer look on the common reasons why thermocouples have failed in Emobility testing and should be replaced with intrinsically safe sensors.

1. Safety

It is very obvious and common sensical thing to find out the safety risk of using thermocouples in Emobility testing, especially when test engineers have to adjust sensing location such as finding the right hot spot or reach to the measuring points that are not easily accessible (Inverters, Stator Windings, Battery Cooling duct). 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. The milli-volt signal requires lot of isolation under such large voltages and even then, the signal is not clear enough to measure accurate temperature.



3. Larger Size  

Thermocouples are not suitable for Emobility applications that has very tiny space for putting sensors such as Charging Points, Invertor IGBTs, Battery Inter-cell temperature measurement etc. It has been observed that thermocouples are less responsive and inaccurate (up to 20 to 30 Deg Celsius) if they are not put directly on the charging points. 


4. Non-Linearity Over The Range  

Though the thermocouples are calibrated for a certain range, they still need complex compensation algorithm to maintain linearity over the range since they are being used at harsh conditions (High electric, chemical and magnetic fields) and different test environments.



5. Longer Response Time  

Faster and accurate measurement is critical for Emobility during the performance, life cycle and abuse testing. Not only the accuracy, thermocouples are also limited by the response time requirements of Emobility applications such as detection of Thermal Runaway Issues, Charging Point Temperature, Stator Winding Temperature etc.


6. Poor Repeatability 

Thermocouples are made of two dissimilar metallic wires and susceptive to material purity which varies from batch to batch and manufacturer to manufacturer. This variation creates calibration issues resulting into non-repeatability of accurate measurements. Further the chemical composition of metal changes with time especially if they are put into chemical environment like Batteries.


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Conclusion

Thermocouples are generally being avoided in Emobility to keep the highest standards of safety at workplace, provide easy tools to engineers for testing and measurement and reduce time in making complex temperature compensation algorithms. Fiber Optic Temperature sensors are being accepted by engineers as the best and even better alternate of thermocouples for Emobility applications.

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Solution

With the currently available technologies Fiber Optic Temperature sensors stand out clearly to be the most suitable sensors for Emobility applications at higher voltages (250V+). The major benefits of Fiber optic Temperature sensors are: 

1. Safety: Fiber optics are safe – highest dielectric strength, ~1pC, tested up to 1500kV

2. Noise: Sensor are immune to electric, chemical and magnetic environments. Being used without any isolation, in applications that has 1500kV+ voltage, up to 25 Tesla magnetic field and chemical environment ranging from 0 to 14pH without any interference to the sensory readings.

3. Size: Ultra small sensors (Diameter of up to 0.4mm) to fit into tiniest spaces. 

4. Linearity: Fiber optic sensors transmit light signals through glass, the purest form of silica. The sensors are linear and does not need any compensation and special algorithms.

5. Response Time: Fiber optic temperature system has a milliseconds response level. Response rate varies between 1ms to 200ms depending on the type of monitor selected for the application. 

6. Repeatability: Fiber Optic temperature sensors are very stable and repeatable over the entire range without getting influenced by and external fields.

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Predictive maintenance (PdM) techniques are designed to help determine the condition of in-service equipment in order to estimate when maintenance should be performed. This approach promises cost savings over routine or time-based preventive maintenance, because tasks are performed only when warranted. Thus, it is regarded as condition-based maintenance carried out as suggested by estimations of the degradation state of an item.[1][2] The main promise of predictive maintenance is to allow convenient scheduling of corrective maintenance, and to prevent unexpected equipment failures. The key is "the right information in the right time". By knowing which equipment needs maintenance, maintenance work can be better planned (spare parts, people, etc.) and what would have been "unplanned stops" are transformed to shorter and fewer "planned stops", thus increasing plant availability. Other potential advantages include increased equipment lifetime, increased plant safety, fewer accidents with negative impact on environment, and optimized spare parts handling.

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Predictive maintenance differs from preventive maintenance because it relies on the actual condition of equipment, rather than average or expected life statistics, to predict when maintenance will be required.

Some of the main components that are necessary for implementing predictive maintenance are data collection and preprocessing, early fault detection, fault detection, time to failure prediction, maintenance scheduling and resource optimization.[3] Predictive maintenance has also been considered to be one of the driving forces for improving productivity and one of the ways to achieve "just-in-time" in manufacturing.[4]

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Predictive maintenance differs from preventive maintenance because it relies on the actual condition of equipment, rather than average or expected life statistics, to predict when maintenance will be required.

Some of the main components that are necessary for implementing predictive maintenance are data collection and preprocessing, early fault detection, fault detection, time to failure prediction, maintenance scheduling and resource optimization.[3] Predictive maintenance has also been considered to be one of the driving forces for improving productivity and one of the ways to achieve "just-in-time" in manufacturing.[4]

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Predictive maintenance evaluates the condition of equipment by performing periodic (offline) or continuous (online) equipment condition monitoring. The ultimate goal of the approach is to perform maintenance at a scheduled point in time when the maintenance activity is most cost-effective and before the equipment loses performance within a threshold. This results in a reduction in unplanned downtime costs because of failure where for instance costs can be in the hundreds of thousands per day depending on industry.[5] In energy production in addition to loss of revenue and component costs, fines can be levied for non delivery increasing costs even further. This is in contrast to time- and/or operation count-based maintenance, where a piece of equipment gets maintained whether it needs it or not. Time-based maintenance is labor intensive, ineffective in identifying problems that develop between scheduled inspections, and so is not cost-effective.

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Predictive maintenance evaluates the condition of equipment by performing periodic (offline) or continuous (online) equipment condition monitoring. The ultimate goal of the approach is to perform maintenance at a scheduled point in time when the maintenance activity is most cost-effective and before the equipment loses performance within a threshold. This results in a reduction in unplanned downtime costs because of failure where for instance costs can be in the hundreds of thousands per day depending on industry.[5] In energy production in addition to loss of revenue and component costs, fines can be levied for non delivery increasing costs even further. This is in contrast to time- and/or operation count-based maintenance, where a piece of equipment gets maintained whether it needs it or not. Time-based maintenance is labor intensive, ineffective in identifying problems that develop between scheduled inspections, and so is not cost-effective.

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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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Solution: Rugged Fiber Optic Temperature Sensors

With the currently available technologies Fiber Optic Temperature sensors stand out clearly to be the most suitable sensors for Emobility applications at higher voltages (250V+). The major benefits of Fiber optic Temperature sensors are:

  1. Safety: Fiber optics are safe – highest dielectric strength, ~1pC, tested up to 1500kV
  2. Noise: Sensor are immune to electric, chemical and magnetic environments. Being used without any isolation, in applications that has 1500kV+ voltage, up to 25 Tesla magnetic field and chemical environment ranging from 0 to 14pH without any interference to the sensory readings.
  3. Size: Ultra small sensors (Diameter of up to 0.4mm) to fit into tiniest spaces.
  4. Linearity: Fiber optic sensors transmit light signals through glass, the purest form of silica. The sensors are linear and does not need any compensation and special algorithms.
  5. Response Time: Fiber optic temperature system has a milliseconds response level. Response rate varies between 1ms to 200ms depending on the type of monitor selected for the application.
  6. Repeatability: Fiber Optic temperature sensors are very stable and repeatable over the entire range without getting influenced by and external fields.

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Conclusion:

Thermocouples are generally being avoided in Emobility to keep the highest standards of safety at workplace, provide easy tools to engineers for testing and measurement and reduce time in making complex temperature compensation algorithms. Fiber Optic Temperature sensors are being accepted by engineers as the best and even better alternate of thermocouples for Emobility applications.

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Temperature management is one of the most important part in the design, development and testing process of electric / hybrid vehicles. The performance and aging of all critical components of electric vehicle highly depend on the temperature distribution and developing hot spots within. Therefore,  faster and accurate temperature measurement is necessary at each stage of EV product development e.g. individual component level testing for identifying performance limits and temperature behavior of individual components, and fully assembled electric vehicles to ensure the overall performance and safety.

Electric / Hybrid vehicle design and architecture differs a lot from the traditional Petrol and Diesel vehicles. The shift from low voltage to high voltage (up to 1000V) connections and operations within the similar vehicle space (or some time lesser space) bring challenges in terms of safety, limited access and electromagnetic noise issues during testing and measurements. Fiber Optic technology based sensors e.g. Fiber Optic Temperature sensors are becoming more and more popular in testing Electric / Hybrid vehicles due to their immunity to electromagnetic field, ruggedness, smaller size, faster response, high accuracy and safety of operation.

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Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. The point of using Lorem Ipsum is that it has a more-or-less normal distribution of letters, as opposed to using 'Content here, content here', making it look like readable English. Many desktop publishing packages and web page editors now use Lorem Ipsum as their default model text, and a search for 'lorem ipsum' will uncover many web sites still in their infancy. Various versions have evolved over the years, sometimes by accident, sometimes on purpose (injected humour and the like).

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Description:

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry's standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book.

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. The point of using Lorem Ipsum is that it has a more-or-less normal distribution of letters, as opposed to using 'Content here, content here', making it look like readable English. Many desktop publishing packages and web page editors now use Lorem Ipsum as their default model text, and a search for 'lorem ipsum' will uncover many web sites still in their infancy. Various versions have evolved over the years, sometimes by accident, sometimes on purpose (injected humour and the like).

Contrary to popular belief, Lorem Ipsum is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin literature from 45 BC, making it over 2000 years old. Richard McClintock, a Latin professor at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, looked up one of the more obscure Latin words, consectetur, from a Lorem Ipsum passage, and going through the cites of the word in classical literature, discovered the undoubtable source. Lorem Ipsum comes from sections 1.10.32 and 1.10.33 of "de Finibus Bonorum et Malorum" (The Extremes of Good and Evil) by Cicero, written in 45 BC. This book is a treatise on the theory of ethics, very popular during the Renaissance. The first line of Lorem Ipsum, "Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet..", comes from a line in section 1.10.32.




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