R&D and Metrology
The difference by two strategic directions
|High temperature electronic sytems:|
Design of analog and digital electronic systems,
Data acquisition systems,
Wireless data transmission
Large temperature range radio transmission.
Expertise in many languages such VB.net, C#, C++ .....allowing
- in house development of TMI-Orion softwares
- interfacing with industrial systems under Windows
- design of customized applications
Thermal shield development for delaying heat transfer to the logger. Use in steam, vacuum, dry environments...
|Industrial processes :|
Extended knowledge of the industrial processes gives the R&D team with the ability to adapt their design to the specific customer needs. Many original applications have been developped in industrial sectors such as food, hospitals, mechanical, military etc ...
The metrology laboratory
Each operation of calibration or adjustment leads to a calibration certificate that gives the data gathered during the operation. Certificates issued by TMI-Orion are in compliance with norm NF X-07-012.
The set of equipment used in the lab has been selected among the most famous manufacturers. It fits the severe requirements demanded by TMI-Orion data loggers. Special tools have been designed in order to calibrate in close conditions of customer use.
TMI-Orion product specifications refer to technical terms, which are important to define.
Definitions as worded in "Fundamental standards - International vocabulary of basic and general
terms in metrology" NF X 07-001.
Set of operations that establish, under specified conditions, the relationship between values of
quantities indicated by a measuring instrument or measuring system, or values represented by a
material measure or a reference material, and the corresponding values realized by standards.
Operation of bringing a measuring instrument into a state of performance suitable for its use.
Uncertainty of a measurement
Parameter associated with the result of a measurement, that characterizes the dispersion of the
values that could reasonably be attributed to the measurand.