The iQ-200 is the first laboratory instrument that simultaneously captures data from up to 12 J-type thermocouples, 16 air temperature/velocity sensors, and 4 differential pressure sensors.
The thermocouples provide surface area temperature measurements on heat sinks, components, housing parts, and other locations to track heat flow or detect hot spots. Temperature data is recorded from -40 to 750°C. Air temperature and velocity are measured by up to 16 low profile ATS candlestick sensors, which can be placed throughout a system. Air temperature is tracked from 20 to 65°C and air velocity is measured from 0 to 6 m/s (1,200 ft/min). The differential transducers capture pressure drop data along circuit cards, assemblies and orifice plates. Pressure measurements are taken from 0 to 0.15 psi (0 to 1,034 Pa).
The iQ-200 system comes preloaded with user-friendly iSTAGE application software. iSTAGE manages the incoming data from multiple sensing devices, and provides rich graphic presentation on monitors and documents. The iQ-200 connects via USB to any conventional PC for convenient data management, storage, and sharing.