The DTSX1 is an all-in-one, self-contained fiber optic temperature solution. It protects your equipment and devices against abnormal heat events while being more affordable and convenient than other heat detection solutions.
The DTSX1 measures temperature and detects heat with a fiber optic cable over a wide area quickly and precisely. Alarm displays and sounds are individually configurable to suit your applications, enabling rapid detection, localization, and identification of abnormalities to prevent heat-induced equipment failure or catastrophic fire events.
The DTSX1 is a compact easy-to-deploy solution with integrated I/O and visual alarm panel integral to the design.
- Easy-to-handle heat detector in a single box
- Single optical fiber cable for rapid heat detection
- Seamless integration with Yokogawa's systems products
- Can be used as a standard system in conjunction with the GA10
- Abnormal temperature monitoring of cable racks, and bus bars
- Fire detection on combustible ducts
- Fire detection on conveyor belts
- Fire detection in cable tunnels
- Furnace skin temperature monitoring
All light interacts with matter! For example, imagine standing in a pitch black garage with no external light source. Inside this garage is a bright red sports car. Needless to say, you cannot see the sports car or the color of the sports car itself. However, when you turn on the lights to the garage, you can immediately see the light source reflecting the bright red color off the car. The light that is bouncing off the red sports car is only bouncing off the "red" spectrum, therefore, your eyes see the sports car as, well, red.
This phenomenon is also true when you shoot a pulse of light (laser pulse) off of a molecule, in this case, the fiberglass molecule in the optical fiber cable. When the light source enters the optical fiber cable, most of the light bounces (backscatter) back unchanged (no change in wavelength). However, a small amount of that light shifted/changed. That shift/change from the light source is called Raman Scatter. Since Raman Scatter is thermally influenced by temperature, the intensity depends on temperature. Distributed temperature sensing is capturing the shift/change from the propagating light pulse and measuring the intensities between the two signal components (stokes and anti-stokes).
The Raman signal is the signal used for evaluation of temperature. It is sufficiently strong and has a unique temperature dependence. Its wavelength is also shifted substantially (about 40/Nm) from the main Rayleigh peak, thereby allowing the dominant Rayleigh and Brillouin peaks to be filtered out.
The Raman signal is comprised of the so-called “Stokes” and “anti-Stokes” bands. The Stokes band at the higher wavelengths (redshifted) is stable with little temperature sensitivity. The anti-Stokes band at the lower wavelengths (blue shifted) exhibits a temperature sensitivity, where the higher the energy within the band, the higher the temperature and vice versa. A ratio of the energy or area within the Anti-Stokes band to that of the Stokes band can be simply related to the temperature of the fiber optic line at the depth where the signal originated.
|Measuring distance||2 ,4, 6, 8, 10, 16km|
|Number of channels||1, 2, 4|
|Sampling resolution||Measuring temperature at 1-meter intervals|
|Minimum temperature measurement time||5 seconds|
|Relay outputs||64 max, 30 VDC @ 1amp|
|Relay inputs||4, 12 to 30 VDC @ 5 mA DC|
|Power consumption||30 Watts (normally 15 Watts at ambient air temperature of 23 C)|
|Power supply||10 to 30 VDC|
|External dimensions||500(W) x 500(H) x 250(D) mm|
Data Logging Software GA10
The latest software that enables you to build a DAQ system without programming. Designed for maximum compatibility with Yokogawa recorders, data loggers, temperature controllers, and power monitors, GA10 can also acquire data via Modbus communications.
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