Room temperature management tool from ZEISS Industrial Metrology increases measurement precision

ZEISS TEMPAR records room temperatures with the highest precision.

MAPLE GROVE, MI -- ZEISS TEMPAR records room temperatures with the highest precision and enables the exact monitoring of the coordinate measuring machine (CMM) environment, resulting in more precise measurements. The sensor hardware is easy to install in any room, with fixturing components that make it versatile. The software has a clearly arranged user interface that enables customers to record, display and save sensor data and calibration information. Temperature data analysis is possible when combined with ZEISS PiWeb software.

The complete temperature management package is easy to install in measuring rooms and production areas. It includes a DAkks(Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle)-calibrated single sensor for temperature, factory-calibrated sensors, a wall-mountable console with touchscreen and a ceiling fixture kit to connect the components.

Temperature compliance

The temperature monitoring system, compliant to VDI/VDE Guideline 2627, provides proof of environmental conditions during measurement. In addition to this, ZEISS TEMPAR is a simple way for accreditation of testing laboratories according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025. The sensor network operates without battery, ensuring uninterrupted monitoring.

Sensor data and calibration information are displayed, recorded and saved with the TEMPAR software. Current values and the temporal progression of the measurements are shown for all sensors in real time. There is even a reminder function for those important temperature sensor calibrations. An optional feature to classify defined temperature gradients of measuring rooms is also available. This enables easy calculation and monitoring of a measuring room class.

Temperature data available from anywhere

With ZEISS PiWeb data management software added to ZEISS TEMPAR, temperature data can be accessed from anywhere with its secure connection. Use your temperature data in reports, statistics and as part of your quality data management.

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