Multichannel Infrared Brake Temperature Sensors
The Izze-Racing brake temperature sensor is specifically designed to measure the highly transient surface temperature of a brake rotor at multiple points, making it possible to acquire the time-based temperature distribution across a rotor's surface in order to evaluate & optimize the pad pressure distribution, pad selection, cooling efficiency, braking efficiency, and hot spot formation from thermoelastic instabilities.
The sensor is capable of measuring temperature at 16, 8, 4 points, at a sampling frequency of up to 100Hz, object temperature between -20 to 1100˚C, using CAN 2.0A protocol, and enclosed in a compact IP66 rated aluminum enclosure.
Seamless Integration into CAN-Capable Data Acquisition Systems
Overlay of Front Brake Rotor Temperature Distribution at VIR