Distributed temperature sensor

The DTSX3000 Distributed Temperature Sensor is suited for plant and infrastructure maintenance applications that necessitate the monitoring of temperature over long distances or across wide areas.

08/27/2014


The DTSX3000 Distributed Temperature Sensor issuited for plant and infrastructure maintenance applications that necessitate the monitoring of temperature over long distances or across wide areas.The DTSX3000 Distributed Temperature Sensor can measure the temperature along fiber-optic cables up to 50 km in length. It is suited for plant and infrastructure maintenance applications that necessitate the monitoring of temperature over long distances or across wide areas. The DTSX3000 is capable of detecting minute temperature changes and monitoring the temperature distribution over a long distance or across a wide area. It can measure the temperature distribution along a fiber-optic cable that is up to 50 km in length. It is ideal for measuring the temperature distribution in power lines, high- or low-temperature liquid and gas pipelines and tanks, and other large facilities. The DTSX3000 can measure the distributed temperature along a 6-km fiber-optic cable, and it does this with a top-level temperature resolution of 0.03ÂșC.

Yokogawa

www.yokogawa.com 

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