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  • Wireless Vibration Monitoring Breezing into Wind Industry
    This article discusses how wind turbine operators can reduce the operational downtime of their turbines by employing a wireless vibration monitoring system. Besides discussing wireless sensing technology in the wind industry, the article cites a case at a wind farm in the United Kingdom.
  • Improving Plant Production with Wireless Condition Monitoring (.pdf)
    network infrastructure is not available, or on moving platforms. where hardwired network connectivity is not practical, wireless communications is a. networking alternative that offer installation cost savings, quicker deployment and even. improved reliability in certain situations.
  • Wireless Sensors Work
    In the World of Vibration Monitoring, Wireless Sensors can Provide a Cost-Effective Alternative to Traditional Machine Monitoring Methods
  • Vibes scope machine health
    converter. The sensors connect to the converter by direct wire, wireless link, or Ethernet. The PC typically outputs to a PLC with alarm or machine-trip capabilities, or both. Continuous monitoring is used primarily for critical machinery that has high downtime costs. The portable data-collection method
  • Materials Tracking: It's All in the Data
    , vibration, energy consumption, air quality and other physical measurements. Compared with cabled networking, wireless systems offer processes the same benefits as home data networks: lower cost, wider/more customizable coverage area and more measurement points. The wireless sensing and monitoring
  • Batteries For Life
    current pulses. The world is going wireless. Currently, there are approximately 80 million wirelessmonitoring systems in use worldwide, serving applications ranging from building automation to vibration-monitoring systems and mesh networks. Oak Ridge National Laboratory recently outlined 12 top
  • IMTS Aims at Honing the Competitive Edge
    Hampshire monitors tool wear, runout, and stability during cutting and estimates part quality on the fly. The wireless sensors workw with commercial toolholders. Other innovations include magnetic- field-assisted finishing that lets magnetic tools access surfaces hard to reach by conventional

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