Maximum precision for maximum efficiency
The aerospace industry is demanding increasingly efficient jet engines and piston engines. On the one hand, this is to counteract global warming and, on the other hand, to save fuel costs. Efficiency and durability (MTO – Mean Time Between Overhaul) are largely dependent on the combustion temperatures. Temperatures that are too high increase wear, while temperatures that are too low or uneven decrease efficiency.
High-precision measuring technology in all conditions
IPETRONIK supplies high-precision temperature scanners for tests during engine development. Our rugged measuring systems ensure maximum precision – even in harsh environments and with rapidly changing ambient temperatures. Measurement modules for dozens or hundreds of thermocouple channels, PT-100 temperatures and/or flow rate complete our portfolio – they are also ideal for tests after production and maintenance.
Our service portfolio
- 8 to 96-channel thermocouple scanners
- Maximum precision even with rapidly changing ambient temperatures
- Measurement of inlet temperatures (PT-100), flow rate or frequency
- Compliance with aerospace standards DO-160G and MIL-STD-810G
- Measured data interfaces also via Ethernet and iDDS protocol
Rugged and high-precision
Our measurement modules are tested according to aerospace standards and are mounted directly on the engine. The entire unit is accommodated in the test cell and time-consuming wiring is executed outside. This ensures optimal utilisation of the test cell. The short sensor cables enable high signal quality while keeping interference low.
Measuring technology for engine test cells
Our "flagship" temperature measurement module M-THERMO 96 has a total of 96 universal thermocouple inputs of type E, J, K, N, R, S and T and measures with maximum precision even at ambient temperatures of -40°C to +85°C. The cold junction compensation provided with every channel ensures outstanding results – even with rapidly changing ambient temperature. Patented diagnostic functions provide maximum safety and prevent the loss of measured data.