QHi Group announces the launch of a new single calibration sensor for their unique Exertherm® solution

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As a direct response to client and user feedback, QHi-Group (QHi) have developed a single calibration sensor to simplify and improve the ease of installation of the Exertherm® 24x7 Thermal Monitoring system.


QHi have improved the ease of installation with the new single calibration sensor, without compromising the accuracy and efficiency of Exertherm®.

As part of the continuing development of a unique 24x7 non-contact, non-powered, infra-red thermal monitoring solution, QHi are pleased to announce that the latest version of their Exertherm® sensor comes in a single calibration.

“This exciting development is a direct response to user feedback,” says John Hope, Global Chief Technology Officer. “Even though we have an impressive client list including international renowned players in the Data Centre and Oil & Gas markets, we weren’t prepared to rest on this success.”

So as part of their constant Research & Development programme, QHi have improved the ease of installation without compromising the accuracy and efficiency of Exertherm®.

The QHi Global Director of Operations, Dan Thomas, said, “The newly developed sensor brings even further simplicity to the unique Exertherm® technology so that our clients, distributors and resellers can remove any stock management concerns as they will now have a single Part Number for all of their Exertherm® IRt/c.EM06 delta-T (ΔT) needs”.

As part of the comprehensive range of Thermal Monitoring solutions, the single calibration Exertherm® sensor is part of the ‘Next Step’ technologies that QHi is constantly bringing to market to improve the safety and reliability of electrical infrastructure in mission critical applications.

About QHi-Group:
Operating globally from offices in the UK, Europe and the USA, the QHi-Group provides a new approach to mission critical monitoring, delivering a comprehensive and unrivalled range of solutions from continuous thermal monitoring through to the management of complex energy systems.

  •     Exertherm® - the unique non-contact, infrared, permanent thermal monitoring system is now increasingly being recognised as new ‘best practice’ over thermal imaging for monitoring mission critical applications
  •     Exertherm LoadMap® - a new predictive software tool that will dynamically detect and identify compromised joints/terminations on circuits operating at low loads via collation of temperature/metering data
  •     Vigilance® - a new approach, providing a vendor neutral, modular & scalable EMS solution built on an open protocol platform

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