Alnor Instrument Publishes Brochure On New Engine Temperature Monitors

A new four-page color brochure detailing the operations, features, and applications of a series of temperature analyzing instruments for diesel, natural-gas and gasoline-powered reciprocating engines has been published by the Alnor Instrument Company, Niles, 111.

The brochure highlights the Micro 5300 Series engine temperature monitoring system offered in five different models: single engine, dual engine, engine-compressor, single turbine, and dual turbine. The new instruments feature high-speed scan rates, temperature averaging and deviation analysis as well as extensive alarm capabilities for immediate detection of abnormal engine operating conditions.

Designed to continuously monitor and display engine and turbine cylinder exhaust temperatures f r om engine startup through peak, the Micro 5300 scans up to 32 temperature zones at the rate of 60 inputs per second. Other engine temperatures, such as lubricating oil, cooling water and turbocharger and intake air, also may be monitored to warn of deviation from normal.

A full-color diagram explains features on the front panel, including 10-digit LED display, separate high-temperature and deviation alarm settings, and adjustable display rate knob. A memory circuit stores the readings as soon as an alarm is triggered, for later recall and analysis.

Specifications are listed in the brochure, including dimensions, temperature range, accuracy, and power consumption.

For a free copy of Alnor Micro 5300 brochure TM-23, Write 32 on Reader Service Card

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