Sophia-Antipolis, France – March 29th 2012 – SENSeOR announces the launch of sales of TSA F191, a new version of its best-seller temperature sensor TSA F151. Designed for wireless passive surface temperature measurement, the new TSA F191 is easily installed on any metallic part thanks to two magnets.
TSA F191 includes the same sensor chip as TSA F151 and is similarly mounted in a compact aluminum fixture. Based on a unique-patented differential structure, SENSeOR’s SAW sensors are the most stable devices on the market.
These sensors enable new measurements, at the most critical hot points of the monitored equipment, like inside turbines or generators, on the rotating bearings or on the rotor. Totally passive, they feature infinite autonomy, require no maintenance, and are free from any electrical risk. They can be easily installed inside electrical equipment like switchgears, or in any remote machinery, even in the most inaccessible places.
Aluminum fixture mounting wireless SAW temperature sensors (Surface Acoustic Waves)
References: TSA F151 and TSA F191
Measuring temperature range: -15°C +165°C
Dimensions LxWxH in mm: 26x16x12.6
Antenna connection through SMA connector
Fixation: 2 magnets (TSA F191) or 2 M3 screws / glue / 2 clamps (TSA F151)
Information and inquiries: email@example.com
SENSeOR exploits Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW) to conceive unique-patented wireless passive sensors for temperature, pressure, strain and torque measurements. With infinite autonomy and no maintenance required, these sensors perform enhanced condition monitoring in Automation, Energy, Transportation – even in motion – like inside engines, in tunnel ovens or on moving belts.
Created in 2006, SENSeOR is headquartered in Sophia-Antipolis (France) with offices in Besançon (France) and Freiburg (Germany), and employs 20 people.
Its expert engineer team provides field engineering services and customized developments in addition to standard sensor portfolio, to help its customers solve their measurement challenges.
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SENSeOR develops acoustic-wave sensing systems for temperature, strain and pressure measurements. Wireless, batteryless sensors allow measurements on rotating parts, in harsh environments, in inaccessible places, for high-value applications.