AccuTru's Self Verifying Temperature Sensor System (SVS) was designed to eliminate the "guess work" caused by in situ decalibration
Now exhibiting at the Texas A&M Instrumentation Symposium
AccuTru's Self Verifying Temperature Sensor System (SVS) was designed to eliminate the guess work caused by in situ decalibration. The heart of this system is based on a Accutru propriety sensing core, composed of different kinds and configurations of materials that generate multiple signals and signatures. The data generated from different types of independent sources allow the electronics package to determine a "true" temperature reading, verification of accuracy, and operating condition of the sensor components and electronics while in service.
The construction technology used to build the sensor provides a rugged instrument that is suitable for high temperatures and different environments, such as glass, refining, chemical, heat treating, steel aluminum, and others. The SVS System is compatible with most existing process control equipment.
Accutru International Corporation, 817 Russell Palmer Road, Kingwood, TX, 77339-1644. Tel: 281-358-5742; Fax: 281-358-5605.