Yokogawa will be exhibiting at the Sensors & Instrumentation event to be held at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, from 26 to 27 September 2017. Register for free entry and meet the team on stand G1 and learn how their DTSX distributed temperature sensor, DL350 ScopeCorder and FU20 combination sensors can help your facility improve measurement accuracy, reduce operating costs, minimise downtime and improve safety. 

DTSX Distributed Temperature Sensing

DTSX3000 is a long range integrated optical fibre sensing system built on a process control platform. Primarily used for temperature sensing, the compact hardware platform offers a wide range of temperature measurements up to 50km. With its low power consumption capability, DTSX3000 can be installed in remote areas running on solar power.

Built on Yokogawa’s PLC and SCADA platform; it is the only distributed temperature sensing system that also offers control capability.

Applications include the monitoring of temperatures in unconventional oil and gas wells, the detection of leaks of high or low temperature liquids and gasses from pipelines or tanks, and the detection of abnormal heat build-up in industrial conveyor systems. In contrast to conventional techniques that rely on the use of multiple surveillance cameras or thermocouples and resistance temperature detectors, distributed temperature sensors can be easily routed along the course of any object that requires management. Their temperature readings can be displayed on a computer monitor, allowing maintenance personnel to quickly spot and respond to any problems.

The New DL350 ScopeCorder

Complete measurements, complete portability

If you are familiar with one of Yokogawa ScopeCorders already, you will be excited to hear about the new DL350 ScopeCorder. It is much more portable, with half the weight and size of the DL850E, and rechargeable battery operation.

With a resistive touch screen, for superior noise-free performance, and the ability to support most of your existing input modules, you can maintain laboratory class accuracy and precision when you go out into the field.

If you are not familiar with ScopeCorders but are looking for a portable test tool which can capture high-speed signals with high resolution, or record for up to 50 days, you don’t need to look any further than the new DL350 ScopeCorder.

Supporting 18 types of input module, the DL350 combines in one flexible compact instrument all the measurement and recording capabilities you need when you are away from your office or lab.

It offers:

  • Channel counts up to 8 analogue and 16 digital (simultaneous)
  • Up to 32 multiplexed channels + 16 digital
  • Sample rates up to 100 MS/s
  • Isolation up to 1 kV
  • Resolution up to 16-bit
  • 1000 Vrms (CAT II) , 600 Vrms(CAT III) and RMS measurements
  • Temperature, vibration, acceleration, strain and frequency
  • CAN / LIN / SENT bus monitoring and message trending

To understand more, download the quick fact sheet or visit the Yokogawa DL350 ScopeCorder website.

FU20 Combination Sensors

The four in one FU20 combination sensors show how Yokogawa applies the motto ‘Simple is best’ to sensor technology. This wide body sensor features four separate sensing elements in one unbreakable Ryton body: pH, Reference, Temperature and ORP.

Installation is simple with the integrated industrial ¾” tapered thread. The large volume gelled electrolyte and the double junction reference system slows down depletion and poisoning, therefore extending the lifetime.

The measuring system is targeted at those applications where simplicity will result in accurate and reliable pH or ORP measurements.

For more information on Yokogawa’s range of sensors and instrumentation, please come to stand G1 at the Sensors & Instrumentation exhibition, visit their website www.yokogawa.com/uk or email UK.Marketing@uk.yokogawa.com

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