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Fibre Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing – The Next Generation N45 Series

We are proud to announce the latest offering from our partners APSensing GmbH.   Get an inside look at how customer requirements led to the development of a completely new and improved DTS, with new levels of temperature sensing and asset monitoring, breaking limits of time, space and accuracy.

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ENGINEERED FOR A LONG PRODUCT LIFE: Thanks to 35+ years of measurement expertise from Hewlett Packard and Agilent, AP Sensing has attained benchmarking levels of quality, ruggedness and reliability. With the industry’s lowest failure rate and the most complete set of type tests and certifications, AP Sensing is the established leader for quality and durability.

UNMATCHED PERFORMANCE: The new and completely improved Raman DTS offers the longest measurement range with 70 km. And the best performance at shorter lengths with fast measurement times down to 1 second.

SAFETY IS KEY: Uses the real-time operating system VxWorks, the same system deployed in NASA space missions and by the aerospace industry. Your data security is important to us, and it is virtually impossible to use the N45 Series as a gateway for cyber-attacks.

EASY HANDLING FOR MAXIMUM USABILITY: Offers flexible installation and housing options to fit your needs: rack-mounted, outdoors, or as part of a larger network. An intuitive web-based user interface and the high-definition display ensure fast configurations and system set-up.

Our new distributed temperature system (DTS) fibre optic linear heat detection (LHD) technology can minimise your business risk, by protecting your critical assets including:

  • Power cables and transmission lines heat monitoring
  • Accredited fire detection system including early warning of abnormal heat build-up, ideal for
    • Road and Railway Tunnels
    • Underground Mines
    • Warehouses
    • Multi-storey car-parks
  • Pipeline leakage and location monitoring.
  • LNG monitoring of:
    • Jetty cool down pipelines leakage.
    • Tank leakages, base slab, and spill containment monitoring.
    • Liquefication & process areas.
  • Oil & gas well
  • Geothermal & Hydraulic