Sensor Technology Update

September 8, 2022 | Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

DegreeC upgrades sensor technology to ARM-based architecture

Degree Controls is constantly innovating, mindful of the challenges facing our clients and customers. Our product and engineering teams have been working hard to improve our instrumentation-grade sensing capabilities. We’ve moved our USB-based air velocity and temperature sensors to ARM processors to maximize the performance, and pack in more features, such as fault detection and indication. When you purchase UTS1000 Thermocouples or UAS1000 Air Velocity sensors, you will receive the latest ARM-based semiconductor technologies. In addition, work to augment our UTS thermocouples with RTD (Resistance Temperature Detector) sensors is in full swing.

Sensor Technology Update
Sensor Technology Update to ARM-Based Processor Drives Higher Performance

Coming soon, RTD1000 sensors from Degree Controls will allow users to capture highly accurate temperature measurements, while simultaneously measuring air velocity, in electronics packaging airflow studies. Just like our UAS1000 air velocity and temperature sensors, UHS1000 humidity sensors, and UTS1000 thermocouples, the RTD1000 is designed for single or multi-point measurements and leverages the convenience of USB interface.

All of our USB sensors plug into any Windows®-based PC to log measured values in real time. For large-scale data collection scenarios where measurements from multiple sensors need to be aggregated, our instrumentation-grade, USB sensors are used with the °C Port data acquisition instrument connected to a PC with AccuTrac™ datalogging software.

Sensor technology updates drive new applications. Enjoy the benefits of our plug and play instrumentation systems, and collect continuous data for up to 180 sensor placements in real time.

1The ARM architecture is a family of reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architectures for computer processors. While ARM processors are prevalent in portable devices like mobile phones and laptops, they are also used in sensors, servers, supercomputers, wireless communication technologies and other embedded systems.

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