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Conveyor belt

Conveyor belts play a crucial role in industrial and logistics sectors, used for transporting various items and materials. However, conveyor belts can be affected by temperature variations during operation, which can result in reduced performance, material deformation, malfunctions, or damage. Therefore, accurate monitoring of temperature changes in conveyor belts is essential to ensure their safe operation and prolong their lifespan.

Traditional temperature monitoring methods may not be able to comprehensively and real-time obtain temperature information from various parts of the conveyor belt. Distributed optical fiber temperature monitoring technology provides an ideal solution to address this issue. This technology utilizes optical fiber sensors installed along the conveyor belt to continuously monitor the surface temperature changes and transmit the temperature data to a monitoring system for analysis and recording.

The background scheme of distributed optical fiber temperature monitoring for conveyor belts includes the following characteristics:

Fiber deployment: Optical fiber sensors are installed on the surface or inside the conveyor belt, covering key areas and components such as the load zone, drive pulleys, and tension pulleys. The fibers can be directly attached, fixed, or embedded into the conveyor belt structure to detect temperature changes.

Real-time monitoring and data acquisition: Through the distributed optical fiber temperature sensors, the surface temperature changes of the conveyor belt are monitored in real-time. The optical fiber sensors acquire data with high precision and fast sampling rate, and transmit it to the monitoring system for real-time analysis and recording.

Temperature warning and anomaly alarm: Suitable temperature thresholds are set based on the operational requirements of the conveyor belt. The monitoring system continuously monitors the temperature of the conveyor belt and triggers warnings and anomaly alarms when the temperature exceeds or falls below the threshold, allowing prompt action to be taken.

Remote monitoring and alarm: The distributed optical fiber temperature monitoring system can be connected to a central control room or remote management platform, enabling remote monitoring and alarm functionality. Operators can remotely monitor the temperature status of the conveyor belt at any time and take necessary actions when required.

By employing distributed optical fiber temperature monitoring technology on conveyor belts, real-time monitoring and control of the belt's temperature can be achieved. This enables early detection of temperature anomalies and the implementation of appropriate measures to ensure safe operation and prolong the belt's lifespan. This technology helps reduce the risk of failures, improve work efficiency, and lower maintenance costs.

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