Rugged design, designed for reliability, handheld fiber optic temperature monitor for Factory Testing, Industrial and Laboratory applications
The Rugged Monitoring H201 is a compact design, engineered for reliability to operate in extreme EMI, RFI, microwave and high voltage environments. The H201 fibre optic monitor combines reliability with a user-friendly interface in the monitor and software. It is a multi-channel fibre-optic temperature monitor with precision measurement for factory testing, industrial and laboratory applications. The H201 has a measuring range from -271 °C to +300 °C. The system is based on proven GaAs technology and designed for plug-and-play operation. Its immunity to extreme test conditions and harsh environments makes the H201 the standard choice for temperature testing and measurement.
The H201 is designed to be connected to fibre optic temperature sensors (based on GaAs technology) and to provide temperature measurements on a local display. Its plug-and-play functionality provides the flexibility to swap sensors without the inconvenience or worry of calibration. The measured temperature data can also be sent to a third-party data logger/system via serial communication such as RS-485 or analogue outputs such as 0-10 V / 4-20 mA. The H201 monitor is supplied with Rugged Connect software which is designed to enable remote data visualisation, analysis and integration with other test and monitoring platforms. The Rugged Connect software can collect data from 6 x H201 or other rugged monitoring systems simultaneously. Industry standard drivers are available for quick and easy connection to most popular laboratory software/computer environments. A dedicated team of experts is available to customise fibre optic temperature solutions to meet specific customer needs.
- Transformer factory: Hot spot testing
- Medical Equipment testing (MRI, PETSCAN, NMR)
- Commercial microwave heating applications
- Industrial process control and monitoring applications
- Chemical and process industries
- Food and Beverage Processes
- Wood-drying industries
- Electric Vehicle and Battery Testing