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Plant-Wide and Remote Sensing Solutions

Sporian is a technology leader in high-temperature sensing, low-power field sensing, and edge analysis. Our products bring advanced control, health monitoring, and IIoT capabilities to the most critical industrial assets.


 

 

 

 

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High-Temperature Sensors

Based on Sporian’s proprietary CeramMax™ ceramic technology, ThermIQ™ high-temperature sensors can measure in conditions up to 1,200°C with future capabilities for higher temperatures. The sensors enable monitoring and control capabilities that improve fuel efficiency and increase availability in highly critical machinery. Learn more here.






Real-Time Process Analyzers

Using Sporian’s miniature, rugged RaMax™ spectrometer, SpecIQ™ process analyzers do not require a shelter and can be mounted close to the process. The products improve process control by allowing analyzer data to enter the control loop sooner. Learn more here.



Low-Power Sensing Systems

Combining Sporian’s ULP+ protocol, ULPCode firmware, and Discrete+ circuit design IP, RemoteIQ™ nodes provide robust condition-monitoring and field sensing capabilities on very low power. The nodes monitor equipment and infrastructure for years without maintenance or battery changes. Learn more here.






Rapid-Detection Water Monitors

WaterIQ™ products use Sporian’s patented optical biosensing technology to bring rapid biological-contaminant detection to plant and rugged remote applications. The products automate many manual monitoring practices for process wastewater, plant cooling water, ballast water, and other flows that can contain potential chemical and microbial content. Learn more here.





Electrical Asset Monitoring Systems

PowerIQ™ electrical power system asset monitoring systems combine Sporian’s ESACode firmware and powerful processing capabilities to bring predictive monitoring to electrical power generation and distribution assets. The products reduce unplanned generator and motor outages by detecting precursors to failure. Learn more here.