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Sensice ice detectors Dr Ulf Elman, President Sensice 2009
Sensice’s superior detectors More advantageous price/performance ratio Sensice 2009 Significantly reduced maintenance cost Smart new design gives better performance
Traffic accidents in Sweden : Sensice at snowy or icy road surface conditions, of these did occur during black ice conditions, and in addition did 572 accidents related to aquaplaning occur
General properties Uses infrared spectroscopy Sensice 2009 IR emissionIR reception BIR reception A
General properties Principles of spectroscopy Sensice 2009 Ice transparent to visible light Ice is reflective (metal like) in the MIR range Ice is distinctly ”coloured” in the NIR range
Applications Use with RWS Sensice 2009
Applications Icing alert at building entrances Sensice 2009
Applications Ice detection at airports Sensice 2009
Applications Ice sheet or icicle buildup at sensitive spots Sensice 2009
General properties Large thickness interval due to two wavelength detection Sensice mm – 3 cm
General properties Differentiates between six states: Sensice Wet 1. Dry 3. Clear ice 4. Snow 5. Sleet 6. Wet clear ice
Mechanical properties Sensice mm x 154mm x 82mm 3.1 kg
Optical properties Detection range Sensice 2009 Recommended range 3-15 m Use at distances exceeding 25 m impractical
Optical properties Angular dependence of detection range Sensice 2009
Optical properties Detection range dependent on surface properties Sensice 2009
Optical properties Detects over extended area Sensice 2009 Beam divergence 12°
Optical properties Lamp exchange port Sensice 2009
Electrical properties Power supply Sensice A 12V DC
Electrical properties Communication interface Sensice baud, one stop bit and no parity RS232 New measurement results every 125 ms
Electrical properties Sensice 2009 Hardware reset Power on LED
Electrical properties Ports not intended for customer use Sensice 2009 Software download Calibration
Resistance to environmental influences Precipitation immunity Sensice 2009 Rain shield
Resistance to environmental influences Dew and frost Sensice W heating
Resistance to environmental influences Temperature range -40°C to +60° Sensice 2009
Sensice’s superior detectors More advantageous price/performance ratio Sensice 2009 Significantly reduced maintenance cost Smarter design gives better detectors
Thank you Sensice 2009 Further information: Inquiries:
Sensice ice detectors Dr Ulf Elman, President Sensice
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