Lightning can infiltrate your power infrastructure and sensitive electromechanical systems in many ways. Direct lightning strikes to your facility or assets pose an obvious hazard, but nearby strikes can be equally damaging, particularly if lightning signals are strongly coupled into power and other utilities that enter your facilities. It pays to know when these lightning transients occur, and how damaging they are likely to be to your infrastructure.
SLS designed Jupiter TMS to reliably monitor, accurately measure, and quickly report lightning related transient signals that may compromise the integrity of your sensitive assets.
Technical specifications for our standard Jupiter TMS product are provided below:
|Communication||Cell or Fiber LAN|
|Channels||4 Analog Channels|
|Input||Balanced Differential or Single-Ended|
|Sampling Frequency||80 MS/s (up to125 MS/s)|
|Analog Bandwidth||> 40 MHz|
SLS also offers our customers customized versions of Jupiter TMS to accommodate:
SLS has recently deployed Jupiter TMS to monitor the historic Parker Solar Probe mission, the NOAA/NASA GOES-R and GOES-S satellites, and the Orbital ATK Pegasus Rocket carrying the CYGNSS hurricane monitoring spacecraft. Two Jupiter TMS units were deployed during October 2018 to monitor NASA's ICON payload aboard Northrop Grumman's air-launched Pegasus Rocket
Contact SLS today to discuss your requirements for lightning and transient monitoring and to learn more about our Jupiter TMS product.
The SLS Team has many decades of lightning monitoring, lightning protection, and lightning testing experience. We apply state-of-the-art lightning research to engineering solutions.Request Information
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