Condition monitoring system

HI 3600 Machine Monitor advanced condition monitoring system enables customers to bridge the gap between vibration monitoring needs and plant control capabilities.


HI 3600 Machine Monitor advanced condition monitoring system enables customers to bridge the gap between vibration monitoring needs and plant control capabilities. The latest in Hardy’s 3000 Series product line offers advanced condition monitoring capabilities on all types of reciprocating and rotating equipment. It can monitor up to 16 channels of vibration, impact, and rod drop measurements, and expand to an additional 16 channels of monitoring for other salient parameters, such as temperature, motor load, and pressure.

Users can connect to the 3600 Machine Monitor through the embedded web-server, a Palm PDA (via the infrared port), other machine monitors by way of the Hardy Control-Link network, via email notification, or through plant networks, including ControlNet, Profibus, or DeviceNet. In addition, supplementary communications options such as Modbus TCP (Modbus over Ethernet) and OPC may be used to transfer data and commands to and from a computer.

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