The Thermo Protection Cooling Case Extends The Life Span Of Sensors
Extreme temperatures in steel manufacturing environments often wreak havoc on sensitive sensors, drastically reducing their life span.
Urmitz (I-Newswire) July 20, 2012 - PSI Technics' Thermo Protection Cooling Case (TPCC) shields sensitive lasers from environmental heat and enables long sensor life even at environmental temperatures of up to 167°F (+75°C). The TPCC can extend the life span of laser distance meters 5 years longer versus an unprotected sensor in a high temperature environment. The TPCC can be used with sensors from different manufacturers. It operates on a thermoelectric basis and is maintenance-free. The system only needs a 24V power supply – no separate liquid cooling system is required.
Typical TPCC applications include the use on automated cranes in iron and steel manufacturing plants, the measuring and positioning of metal slabs in furnaces or the control of rolling stock in hot-rolling mills. Due to its compact size, the TPCC can be mounted in narrow spaces.
The versatile TPCC can be used to protect a variety of sensors, such as optical data transmission systems, optical scanners, or camera systems. Results of laboratory tests show that at an environmental temperature of 161.6°F (+72°C) the TPCC keeps the diode of a laser distance meter at a constant 116.6°F (+47°C). By using a sensor in combination with the TPCC, iron and steel manufacturers can protect their investment in high-end sensor technology that is used in harsh industrial environments.
The Thermo Protection Cooling Case (TPCC), developed by PSI Technics, is a completely new industrial enclosure designed to protect temperature-sensitive sensors. PSI Technics was awarded the "Innovationspreis Success" (Innovation Success Award) by the Investitions- und Strukturbank Rheinland-Pfalz (ISB) for developing the TPCC.
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About PSI Technics
PSI Technics, with headquarters in Koblenz, Germany, was founded by Karl-Heinz Foerderer in 2005. PS More..I Technics specializes in developing and distributing innovative solutions for a wide range of applications in trade and industry.
The company focuses on industrial positioning systems, industrial image processing as well as thermal protection enclosures for sensitive sensors. In additions, PSI Technics offers EMC/EMI analyses for industrial plants and facilities as well as custom temperature and humidity monitoring and analyses using miniature data loggers.
PSI Technics works with renowned partner on a global level, with a main focus on Europe, Germany, Asia and North America. Since its foundation, PSI Technics has experienced dynamic growth in sales and in the number of qualified staff members.Less..
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Published On:July 20, 2012
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