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We have made use of our experience in the area of sensor technology in order to develop the Magnetic Noise Receiver (MNR) measuring system. On the basis of standards, the MNR detects electromagnetic interference from vehicles in the frequency range from 10 kHz - 1.3 MHz.
The third International Rail Salon Expo1520 took place in Moscow, Russia, from 7 – 10 September 2011.
We were also represented as co-exhibitors at the Elteza Russia booth. www.expo1520.ru
TRAKO 2011 - the International Railway Fair - took place from 11–14 October in Gdańsk, Poland.
Frauscher Polska Sp. Z o.o. warmly welcomed to the fair interested visitors from all over the world. The focal points of the presentation were the Magnetic Noise Receiver (MNR), a mobile measuring system for the analysis of vehicle magnetic fields, the tried-and-tested axle counting system ACS2000 and the wheel sensors RSR180 and RSR123.
The website to the TRAKO
The objective of interoperable vehicle licensing is to ensure that traction vehicles can be deployed throughout Europe without the need for additional, country-specific measurements. The EN50238 set of guidelines provides for, among other things, measuring and assessment procedures that should support this effort. The frequency management has been established on the basis of the procedure defined in TS50238-3 in the "Interface Document" of the TSI-CCS, which is currently being revised. Frauscher has developed, for this purpose, the "Magnetic Noise Receiver - MNR" system, which can take, record and assess gradients on the track in real time.
Joint series of measurements taken by the ÖBB and Frauscher confirmed that the mobile measuring system based on an INTEL Industrial PC fulfilled all of the requirements of the TS50238-3 with regard to measuring methods and assessment.
The functions of the MNR, such as three-dimensional detection of measuring fields (X-Y-Z axis), speed, measurement triggering and real-time assessment during a single measurement run were particularly impressive during the practice test in field measurements at a speed of up to 200 km/h.