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Thin device for the real temperature distribution measurement with the negastore matrix

By Zdeněk Martinásek

Abstract

The main task of the Master Thesis is to project a device to measure surface temperature distribution by matrix of diodes. The maeasuring device is designed for usage at places where other thermal map scanning measuring methods (e.g. thermocamera) can not be used. The key objective was to design an appropriate measuring method for selected type of sensor. This method should ensure the most effective detection of the changing value, translate received values to the digital form and send it to the computer. All circuits were powered over USB (Universal Serial Bus) together with the signalling. Calibration was needed due to different sensors technical parameters. The calibration was realized on the software level and displayed with the thermal map scanning on the computer. The final project has the form of the measuring installation with 256 sensors on 8x8 cm area

Topics: USB; matice diod; dioda; array of sensors; diode; senzor; array of diodes; temperature measurement; matice senzorů; temperature map; teplotní mapa; sensor; měření teploty
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta elektrotechniky a komunikačních technologií
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:invenio.nusl.cz:217502
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