Climate Measuring Station


Precision Climate Measuring Station LCS-Series

  • Acquisition of values for temperature, air pressure and air humidity with highest accuracy
  • Connection of wired and wireless sensors
  • All measuring probes are calibrated digitally together with the measuring electronics
  • Works calibration of all sensors with works test certificate optionally

Technical Data:

Precision Climate Measuring Station LCS-01

Sensor interfaces

  • Wired temperature measurement: 5 x digital for TT-01, expandable to 15 sensors
  • Wireless temperature measurement: max. 15 WT-01
  • Air pressure: 2 digital interfaces, e.g. SB-11
  • Air humidity: 2 digital interfaces (shared with air pressure), e.g. SB-12

Protocol: proprietary, access via DLL and data logger software or text-based, user definable, customized protocol possible

Digital Temperature Transducer TT-01

  • Measuring range: 5…35°C (or on request)
  • Resolution: 0.1 mK
  • Measurement uncertainty: ±50 mK, typ., depending on the kind of calibration
  • Measuring interval: <4  s
  • Sensor designs: Pt100 air or material temperature sensor, customized design possible

Wireless Temperature Transmitter WT-01

  • Measuring range: 5…35°C (or on request)
  • Resolution: 1 mK
  • Measurement uncertainty: ±50 mK, typ., depending on the kind of calibration
  • Measuring interval: <4  s
  • Sensor designs: Pt100 air or material temperature sensor, customized design possible
  • Frequency range: 868 / 915 MHz, each with  3 channels

Applications:

High-precision temperature, air pressure and air humidity measurements

  • in measuring and calibrations laboratories
  • for documentation and -where required- compensation during calibration procedures
  • for monitoring precision measurement and test setups
  • as module for integrating in precision machines

 

PT-100 air temperature sensor with enhanced dynamic properties

To enhance the accuracy and dynamic of air temperature measurement especially for applications in interferometry and machine calibration a new high dynamic temperature sensor has been developed. Most of the demands for this development came from the area of machine tool calibration and other application areas of laser interferometry where the need for accuracy becomes always higher. The limiting factor for laser interferometry accuracy in air is the exact knowledge of the air refractive index which strongly depends on the air temperature. read more

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