Norwood, MA, June 08, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Advanced Thermal Solutions, Inc., “(ATS)” is now providing the IQ-200 system for studies that require the precise measurement of the air velocity, air pressure and temperatures of both air and solid components. The laboratory quality instrument can record this diverse data simultaneously from multiple locations. This enables users to obtain full and accurate profiles of components, heat sinks, PCBs and other electronics hardware to enable more effective thermal management.
Developed by ATS, the iQ-200 system simultaneously captures data from up to 12 J-type thermocouples, 16 air/velocity sensors, and four pressure sensors.
The thermocouples provide surface area temperature measurements on heat spreaders, component packages, housing hardware, and elsewhere to track heat flow or detect hot spots. Temperature data is tracked from -40 to 750°C. The sensors (available separately) measure both air temperature and velocity at multiple points, allowing a detailed analysis of airflow.
Thin, low profile ATS candlestick sensors can be easily positioned throughout a system under test and measure airflow from -10 to +65°C. Air velocity is measured from natural convection up to 6 m/s (1200 ft/min). The iQ-200 can be factory modified to measure airflow to 50 m/s (10,000 ft/min) and air temperature up to 85°C. Four differential transducers capture pressure drop data along circuit cards, assemblies and orifice plates. Standard pressure measurement capabilities range from 0 – 1,034 Pa (0 – 0.15 psi).
The ATS iQ-200 system comes preloaded with user-friendly iSTAGE™ application software, which effectively manages incoming data from the various sensor devices, and allows rich graphic presentation on monitors and captured on videos or documents. The iQ-200 connects via USB to any conventional PC for convenient data management, storage and sharing.
More information on the iQ-200 system from ATS can be found on Qats.com (http://www.qats.com/products/Temperature-and-Velocity-Measurement/Instruments/iQ-200/2632.aspx), or by calling 781-769-2800.