How to Develop and Qualify Sensors for Arctic Conditions

Posted by Bernd Schneider on Sep 13, 2017 1:09:00 PM

A thank you to Bernd Schneider (Industry Manager Energy – Balluff GmbH Germany) for this weeks blog post on sensors for arctic conditions.

The climatic conditions in the arctic are characterized by cold winters and short summers. There is a large variability in climate and weather: Some regions face permafrost and are ice covered year-round with temperatures down to -40°C / -40°F (and lower), other land areas face the extremes of solar radiation up to +30°C / +86°F in summer.

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Topics: Sensors, E2H Actuator, Arctic Service

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