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Bestech Australia introduces new Beanair SUN-TIR wireless IR non-contact temperature transmitters

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article image Beanair SUN-TIR wireless transmitters are designed to measure sunlight using silicone photodiodes as well as temperature with an IR sensor in various industry segments
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Bestech Australia  introduces the new Beanair SUN-TIR wireless light and temperature measurement transmitters.

Designed to measure sunlight with an array of silicone photodiodes as well as temperature with an IR sensor, the new Beanair wireless IR non-contact temperature transmitters find use in temperature monitoring of shaft bearings, railway lines, electric motors, wind-driven electric generators, pharmaceutical manufacture, and many other applications where the use of contact temperature sensors such as thermocouples and thermistors is not possible.

Beanair SUN-TIR wireless light and temperature sensors are ideal for conditions where:

  • The subject or target moves or rotates
  • The subject is at a very high temperature
  • It’s impractical to mount a contact type temperature sensor
  • It’s desirable to concurrently measure ambient sunlight
The SUN-TIR sensor is supplied with integral non-rechargeable batteries providing an operational life of 100 months if reporting every 10 minutes, 51 months for reporting every 5 minutes, and 22 months for reporting every 2 minutes. A mains power supply option is available for permanent installations.

Key features of Beanair SUN-TIR wireless light and temperature measurement transmitters:

  • Easy to install on a ‘plug and play’ basis, not requiring knowledge of wireless data transfer technology
  • Measures sunlight only while automatically rejecting any ambient AC mains powered light component
  • Comprises of a SUN-TIR dual light and IR temperature transmitter, and a Beanair Bean Gateway receiver
  • Receiver is located 30-100m (line of sight) from the transmitter
  • Gateway communicates with a remote host computer via GSM/GRPS and GPS, or to a LAN network where Beanair BeanScape software is installed
  • Measurement ranges are from 0.1 to 40,000 Lux
  • Ambient temperature range is from -40°C to +85°C
  • Object or target temperature range is from -70°C to +380°C
  • Precision of temperature measurement is ±0.5°C
  • Emissivity coefficient range is from 0 to 1 to enable actual target temperature to be derived from the IR value
 
Bestech Australia, specialists in sensor and transducer technology assists with the selection, installation and operation of an optimum Beanair system for each application. Bestech Australia also provides informed technical support and service for all Beanair wireless transmission devices and systems.

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