A Wireless Solution for Train Switchgear Contact Temperature Monitoring and Alarming System Based on Wireless Communication Technology

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Abstract

We present a temperature monitoring and warning system, which is based on wireless communi- cation technology and applied in train switchgear in this paper. The system is consists of three parts, including wireless temperature detection module, inter-vehicle transmission networks module and remote monitoring server. The switchgear contact temperature data are collected via the wireless temperature detection module and exchanged in inter-vehicle wireless networking by Zigbee modules. Then the temperature of train switchgear cabinets can be monitored remotely through the GPRS wireless communication.

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Wei, L. , Zeng,, X. and Shen, T. (2015) A Wireless Solution for Train Switchgear Contact Temperature Monitoring and Alarming System Based on Wireless Communication Technology. International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, 8, 79-84. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2015.84010.

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