Up to 32Hz Sampling Frequency
Up to 16 Temperature Channels per Sensor
The Izze-Racing Multichannel Brake Infrared 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, cooling efficiency, braking efficiency, and hot spot formation from thermoelastic instabilities.
The sensor is capable of measuring temperature at 16, 8, 4 or 1 point(s), at a sampling frequency of up to 32Hz, object temperature between -20 to 950˚C, using CAN 2.0A protocol, enclosed in a compact IP66 rated aluminum enclosure, and priced to be affordable to all tiers of motorsport.
Wide 60 Degree FOV
Measure Temperatures up to 950˚C
Seamless Integration into CAN-Capable Data Acquisition Systems
Note: The base CAN ID for each sensor should be separated by increments of five or more
Multichannel Brake Infrared Temperature Sensors
Designed, Machined, and Assembled in the USA
Datasheet and Ordering
Discounts for FSAE teams, contact us for details
Return Policy & Warranty
All infrared temperature sensors come with a 30-Day return policy and have a 1-year warranty from manufacturing defects. If there is ever an issue, please contact us; customer satisfaction & support is paramount to us.
Overlay of Front Brake Rotor Temperature Distribution at VIR
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