Temperature sensors, temperature controls, thermal imagers and other instrumentation are used to measure process conditions and adjust the rate of heating to deliver the heating profile desired for the product.
Model D4T with Intuition has field-removable I/O modules to offer maximum design flexibility. The datalogger can be customized to meet the scaling needs of equipment and applications while providing the hardware types required for compatibility.
Presto Models W50 and W50t can handle temperature ranges of -58 to 482°F (-50 to 250°C). Intended for demanding temperature applications such as reactors, mini-plants, pilot plants, material-testing stands, microreactors, and material and component tests, the temperature control systems are water cooled.
An engineer trying to select the best temperature-sensing technology generally has two choices: a thermocouple (TC) or a resistance temperature detector (RTD). There are many resources to help with such a selection — provided the application involves moving into higher temperature ranges — because most situations involve some sort of heat source.
When it comes to computer security, my friends think I’m a Chicken Little. I use robust, unique passwords for every Internet-facing entity (websites and email accounts), aided by a secure password manager program that syncs across multiple devices.
Temperature verification is an important part of effective process management. Reusable dataloggers can be used to monitor and record temperature conditions in cold storage warehouses, walk-in coolers, freezers, processing, packing and staging areas.
NASA’s Space Launch System (SLS) is dubbed as the biggest, most capable rocket ever built for human exploration. It is getting a lot of attention given its ambitious, deep space, human exploration goals and the estimated $10 billion investment in rocket technology alone.