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An installation computer AOpen Video Station MX400-AII transmit the humidity data and sensor readings, wirelessly or otherwise, AOpen Video Station MX400-AII a central monitoring station for processing and storage. The humidity indicator may be disposed within an enclosure to determine the humidity within that enclosure. The humidity indicator may also be a desiccant that changes color cased on the humidity, and the electrical monitoring component may be a camera configured to take video data of the desiccant. More specifically, the present principles refer to a system and method for remotely monitoring the moisture exposure electrical equipment experiences by tracking the moisture content of a desiccant at the electronic equipment.
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The system comprises a system for taking readings of the moisture content of the desiccant and transmitting the moisture reading to a central monitoring station. The system may permit a user to review data on the moisture content of a desiccant at a particular location to determine the overall moisture that electronics at a particular location have been exposed to for a particular reading, or over a period of time. The first issue with moisture and electrical systems is that water may short out an electrical circuit. However, another problem caused by moisture is corrosion. Electrical systems in outdoor or non sheltered installations are particularly exposed to conditions that tend to cause physical AOpen Video Station MX400-AII in the system.
For example, extreme temperature fluctuations, extremes in humidity, water intrusion, fouling by debris and being disturbed by animals are just a few of the problems that can affect an electrical system deployed outdoors. When an electrical system is deployed in a remote location, access is generally limited by the remoteness of that location, and so an electrical system tends to lack regular examination and maintenance. When combining a lack of maintenance with an outdoor installation, electrical systems can suffer a high failure rate. Ideally, a completely sealed electrical system would offer protection against the elements and AOpen Video Station MX400-AII, a longer service life for the system.
However, as a practical matter, an electrical system cannot be completely sealed because the system needs maintenance, updating, repair and the like.
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Most electrical systems require plugs, cabling interconnections or access panels that offer openings for moisture or other adulterants to corrode or interfere with the electrical system. Permitting moisture in the form of humidity or liquids to contact the metal conductors of the electrical system can cause the metal circuits to corrode and eventually fail. Even well known conductors like aluminum, tin, lead, AOpen Video Station MX400-AII, and related alloys can oxidize when exposed to liquids.
And galvanic corrosion is a well known issue that arises when dissimilar metals are able to exchange ions via direct contact or a liquid pathway. This can particularly be a problem where connectors, cables, wires, traces, solder joints and the like are made from different metals and are exposed to moisture.
Systems for sheltering the electrical system from the elements can offer some respite from the water and prolong the useful life of an electrical system, but even with such enclosures, the electrical AOpen Video Station MX400-AII will still fail at some point. Another issue with such electrical system installations is condensation. Many sheltered units are sheltered form major events but the shelters are not hermetically sealed units. For example, a concrete or metal shed type enclosure may be used to house an electrical system where the components of the electrical system have their own enclosures.
In particularly useful embodiments, the component enclosures may be rated for protection against, for example, debris, dirt, rain, sleet or snow, splashed or sprayed water, dust and ice.
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Enclosures rated as NEMA 4 compliant or better may be advantageously employed as component enclosures to aid in protecting components against liquids and solid objects. Additionally, the physical installation of electrical components and connectors may be configured to help prevent the migration of water and damage to electrical systems. The shed or component enclosure may protect the electrical system from snow, hail leaves and the like, but it cannot practically be sealed against changes in temperature or humidity. It is the changes in temperature and humidity that lead to problems with condensation and the introduction of moisture within the electrical system's component housings.
Other AOpen Video Station MX400-AII for moisture intrusion may include AOpen Video Station MX400-AII openings, the interior of cabling, imperfect or deteriorating seals and thermal expansion and contraction of sealed gases or enclosure components. Instead of attempting to prevent the failure of the electrical system indefinitely, it may be advantageous to monitor the condition of the electrical system and provide maintenance and replacement of parts prior to actual failure.
Ideally, maintenance would take place prior to any failure of the system so that the system may be kept up and running as consistently as possible. Monitoring the humidity a particular system installation has been exposed to is one method for determining the exposure over time that a particular piece of equipment has been exposed to. Attempts to monitor the conditions have been made by electronic humidity sensors but with little long term success. The issue with electronic humidity AOpen Video Station MX400-AII is that the humidity sensing element must remain exposed to the elements and is prone to corrosion itself.
This sensing element corrosion also tends to occur faster than most other electrical system components because the sensor has no protection from the elements, while other electrical system components have some sheathing or enclosure based protection. This difference in weather protection tends to cause the humidity sensor to corrode and fail faster than other, more protected electrical components.
Other attempts to use non-electrical humidity sensors include desiccant humidity indicators that change color depending on the humidity level. For example, cobalt chloride turns from blue to purple to pink depending on the humidity level and resulting waters saturation of the desiccant.
Similarly, copper chloride turns AOpen Video Station MX400-AII brown or yellow to blue depending on its moisture saturation level. Common AOpen Video Station MX400-AII of desiccant humidity indicators are desiccant plugs for large volumes spaces or desiccant humidity indicator cards for small volume or sealed spaces. The advantage of a desiccant style humidity indicator is that the indicator will show the current humidity at a given time because the desiccant can vary its color when the humidity rises or falls. That process is not reversible, and so a user can determine whether the humidity in that space exceeded some predetermined amount in any given time.
The disadvantage to a chemical indicator such as a desiccant is that a user must observe the desiccant's color at a particular time to determine the instantaneous humidity level. The desiccants have a longer useful life than an electrical sensor, but must be physically observed. Without some method of transmitting the humidity data to a central monitoring station, the individual installation sites must be visited manually to review the AOpen Video Station MX400-AII of the desiccant AOpen Video Station MX400-AII each installation. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION The presented principles are directed to an apparatus for monitoring humidity exposure of system components, with the apparatus having sensor modules for collecting environmental data and a monitoring module with a humidity indicator and an electrical monitoring component sealed from the environment that reads a physical change in the humidity indicator to determine the humidity of the environment.
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An installation computer may transmit the humidity data and sensor readings to a central monitoring station for processing and storage. The sensors may be installed outside of the enclosure to permit measurements of data in the environment outside of the system's enclosure. In some embodiments, the humidity indicator may be a desiccant that changes color cased AOpen Video Station MX400-AII the humidity, and the electrical monitoring component may be a camera configured to take video data of the desiccant. The desiccant may be embedded in a card with printed registration marks or a color comparison indicator for compensating for atmospheric condition and determining the desiccant color and humidity value.
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