Hazardous Environment Options

While finding the right sensor solution for ‘Hazardous Environments’ may be more complicated, it doesn’t mean that it can’t be done. Everight can’t replace a Safety Engineer, but Everight can help navigate linear, rotary sensor and inclinometer sensors that have been formally rated for use in hazardous environments to ATEX, IECEx and CSA requirements.

Not all hazardous environments are created equally. In addition to sensor specification, it is important to understand the hazard that is present and what formal certification may be necessary.

Technical Notes

Analog Sensors – Now monitored (easily) in the Cloud

The Trumeter IoT Gateway is a device that allows you to connect your analog sensors to the internet for remote monitoring and data collection through the Trumeter Cloud platform. It is a plug-and-play device that supports up to four analog inputs and includes free access to the Trumeter Cloud dashboard.

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Technical Note: Intrinsically Safe vs. Inherently Safe Sensors

Intrinsically safe (IS) sensors are designed to operate safely in hazardous areas where there is a risk of explosion. IS sensors limit the amount of electrical and thermal energy that can be released in the event of a fault, to a level below that which is capable of igniting flammable gases, vapors, or dust.

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Fiber Optics Encoders

Read how Micronor’s fiber optic encoders provide an inherently safe sensing option with immunity to lightning, radiation and magnetic fields.

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