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A couple of weeks ago, I ran a poll/discussion on roadtesting a clamp-on temperature sensor ( Poll: Would You Be Interested in Roadtesting a Clamp-on Industrial Temperature Sensor + Dev Board? ). This poll/discussion provides more detailed information than my previous poll.
VOTE IN THE POLL: Could you review the information and videos and vote whether you would like to roadtest this product.
To prepare you for this roadtest, I gathered some background information on sensing fluid temperature. A clamp-on temperature sensor has benefits. But what if you cannot clamp on a temperature sensor? What is traditional done? Well, the following video details the problems:
Introducing the Clamp-on temperature sensor
Watch this video to see the sensor and how you would hook it up:
Materials You Would Receive or Need for this Roadtest
From The Sponsor
What the roadtester would need:
1) Windows PC
a. With SYNC software downloaded
2) An application to test
b. Media flowing through the pipe
Installing and TEsting the Temperature Sensor
List of Steps for Installing the Omega HANI™ Temperature Sensor
Step 1: Mounting the Hani sensor
Need a Hani sensor
Step 2: Connecting to SYNC software via USB
Need an IF-001 (USB serial to Smart Probe Interface) 8Pin, M12
Need a Windows PC running Omega SYNC Software
Step 3: Connect M12 end of IF-001 to Hani Clamp sensor
Step 4: Plug USB end into PC (SYNC will auto detect your sensor)
Step 5: Temperature readings will then be available on your PC!
Note: Roadtesters would be required to produce a video for their roadtest review. This is a request by the sponsor.