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  • Using Your Vibration Condition Monitoring System To Monitor Auxiliary Equipment
    The use of a vibration condition monitoring system for monitoring vibration from large rotating machines fitted with fluid-filled journal bearings such as steam or gas turbines is well understood. Vibration from these components generally falls within the main harmonics or orders of the shaft
  • Vibration Monitoring Sensors - efector Octavis System Makes Real-Time Machine Maintenance Easy
    element bearing failures and rotor unbalance conditions. The device continuously monitors a machine's operating condition through vibration analysis. Octavis has the processing capability to analyze a vibration signature and to predict failures in advance by sending an alarm output signal to a PLC
  • New touch sensor uses trapped acoustic resonance technology to monitor contacts
    resonance and monitors its decay. * A thicker substrate in the ActiveTouch switch reduces the possibility of damage due to vandalism. How capacitive sensors work: touch ( Touch-sensitive devices have become common in cell phones, industrial touch panels, and appliances. These devices typically use
  • Shipment Monitoring Applications
    The Vibration Sentry series datalogger can be used to monitor shipments in transit and record adverse events such as shocks, high vibration levels and/or tilt. In order to do that properly, careful attention must be paid to the instrument's configuration and installation. This document discusses
  • Welding Sensor Devices (.pdf)
    Sensors are devices that monitor changes or variations in an object or process relative to a reference standard. Depending on their intended function, they can recognize changes in weight, vibration, motion, pressure, color, heat, light, magnetism or chemistry. They may be part of a system
  • Utilizing Airborne/Structure Borne Ultrasound for Condition Monitoring / Predictive Maintenance Inspections (.pdf)
    One of the main reasons for the advances in condition monitoring programs has been the development and use of technologies such as ultrasound, oil analysis, vibration, and infrared. This article will examine one of these technologies, airborne/structure borne ultrasound. This technology can
  • Cost Effective Predictive Maintenance Solutions
    Using preventative and predictive maintenance technologies to track machine health is a proven industry best practice. By monitoring machinery health, you save money. Increase operational efficiency Reduce outages and downtime Save time with less data collection Decrease spares inventory. Vibration
  • Chongqing, Shaanxi and Yunnan Highway Groups (China)
    fluctuations coupled with humidity, dust and vibration. In order to meet such rugged conditions, industrial solutions are needed to help monitor and manage systems that include video monitoring, safety, traffic control and toll collection.
  • Managing PdM with Web-based Software - The Chip Program
    With the advent of thermography, the days when companies had to rely on a vibration-based maintenance program alone to protect equipment are gone. Today's modern PdM program employs an integrated approach that includes vibration analysis, oil analysis, and thermography. In many cases, ultrasonic

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