Contactless monitoring through the steel pipe (feasibility study)
The video shows a feasibility study of RVmagnetics MicroWire sensors’
ability to provide signal when excited (through magnetic field) with a Sensing
System, through a metallic material (2mm thick wall of a metallic tube).
The MicroWire is thin and elastic element, thus, in order to keep it flat,
and easy to move it has been attached onto a flat surface:
The sensing head consists of two coils. First one excites the MicroWire by
creating a magnetic field in the vicinity of it; the second, sensing coil
captures the MicroWire’s signal..
As MicroWire itself is a magnetic element, and the signal is detected through
a magnetic field, it
is important to showcase the capacity of RV magnetics’ technology to provide
clear signal in/through a magnetic environment.
We have conducted this experiment, to showcase the MicroWire’s added value
in terms of the vital information it is able to provide not from outside the
tube, and not necessarily the information about the tube, but of the content
This means that if it is required to get a precise real-time data on i.e
temperature changes happening inside the tupe – now MicroWire sensor can
enable to capture of this vatal data much more promptly, reducing the time of
the measurements (i.e necessary for the tube to absorb the heat within itself),
the necessity of other corrective steps, making it easier to provide preventive
and predictive maintenance to your equipment instead of the less preferable –
Should you have any questions feel free to Contact us.
Vladimir holds position of Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors at RVmagnetics. In his current role he’s responsible for Strategy, Business Development and Marketing activities of the company. During 18+ years of experience he held executive, strategy and business development roles in various B2B industries, led international sales teams and lived in Spain and Australia. With the background in finance, Vladimir’s interest is in deeptech, international startups, and industrial IOT.