QHi have improved the ease of installation with the new single calibration sensor, without compromising the accuracy and efficiency of Exertherm®.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 28 May 2014
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.
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