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Sensor Highway II

Monitoring System for Structural Health
The Sensor Highway II System™ is an Acoustic Emission (AE) monitoring system with up to 16 high-speed channels and 16 standard parametric input channels (expandable to over 100). The system is designed for unattended and remote monitoring use in Structural Health Monitoring management and condition monitoring applications. It is rated for outdoor use and comes equipped in a rugged weather proof NEMA 4 enclosure.

Application Solution
The key feature of the Sensor Highway II System™ is its highly flexible sensor fusion interface for input and processing, using a variety of sensors. The system is able to accept AE sensors (using the standard “phantom power” coaxial connection for powering external preamplifiers), ICP (Amplified) accelerometers, and various other sensors with current and voltage outputs. This interface is accomplished through the use of standard industrial, DIN Rail Mounted Signal Conditioning Modules, with options for Proximity Probes, Tachometers, Pressure Transducers, Load Cells, Thermocouples, Environmental Sensors, Strain Gages, Wireless Sensors and more.
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