TMS-2000 presents powerful visual information on real time or historical gas temperatures
for temperature distribution within a furnace or combustion process. Spatial temperature
distribution profiles, individual path temperatures, temperature trends, and average
gas temperatures within user-defined areas are all quickly and easily available.
TMS-2000, like all of our software is menu driven for ease of use. In addition, it
has soft key buttons to quickly move between screens, or to open and close screens.
TMS-2000 automatically adjusts the screens to fit each screen side by side to fill
the window you determine.
TMS-2000 provides an accurate and clear picture of this temperature distribution
profile... in real time.
The Isothermal Map Screen presents spatial temperature information as a series of
isothermal lines and is color-coded. In addition, a digital readout of the temperature
at any point on the map is obtained by simply moving the mouse cursor over the map
In History mode, TMS-2000 will give you the option to recall data from an earlier
TMS-2000 can compute and display the average gas temperature within user-defined
areas (or zones) of the mapping plane. Up to twenty-four (24) zones within the plane
may be defined by the user.
The system will then calculate and graphically display the average temperature within
each of these zones. The Area Plot windows could be circular and rectangular. Area
plots are especially useful for plant control systems such as a DCS.
TMS-2000 calculates and displays statistical data for Areas in the Statistics window.
following statistical data may be displayed: Mean Temperature, Standard Deviation,
Rate of Change, Minimum Temperature, Maximum Temperature, Threshold Temperature and
the Time Over Temperature.
Statistics may be displayed for the current day or any
previous day with a user selectable statistical period of one hour up to twenty-four
The path screen displays the locations of the Model 3020TR acoustic transceivers
around the perimeter of the mapping plane and all of the available paths in the mapping
Detailed information on any path, such as transmit and receiver port numbers,
path length, and other settings are available at the Tools Menu.up to twenty-four
TMS-2000 can display up to four individual path temperatures in the Individual Paths
This window may be used to display paths that are not associated with an
For example, if 20 paths are defined as making up a furnace exit
gas mapping plane, four additional paths could be defined and displayed as individual
paths in the Super-Heater and Economizer sections of a boiler.
Path temperature graphs show up to 8 Areas and/or path temperature values. Both minimum
and maximum temperature scale values may be selected for optimum resolution of the
Time periods may be selected from the previous 24 hour periods up
to 365 days. Each pen is color coded, any pen may be assigned to the first 8 paths
It is also possible to zoom-in, and the Time and Temperature are displayed
by moving the mouse over the graph.
The TMS-2000 presents a system for the detection of noise in the combustion zone
of the furnace or boiler.
The microphone that is located in the waveguide can hear the normal noise of the
boiler / furnace continuously and displays a graphical trend for 24 hours a day,
365 days a year.