Wireless vibration sensors
Parker Hannifin's wireless vibration sensors are part of an advanced conditioning monitoring system that combines remote monitoring and high-fidelity machine analysis with low cost and simple installation.
Parker Hannifin’s wireless vibration sensors attach easily to machinery to monitor vibration and temperature in even the most difficult-to-reach locations. The sensors wirelessly transmit the full dynamic vibration spectrum and temperature data to a local server or the cloud via a receiver/gateway. From there, data is imported into a Vibration Monitoring System designed to trend, assess, and monitor machine health quickly and accurately.
Parker’s wireless vibration sensors can be configured to transmit data based upon a user-selected time interval. Specific monitoring bands can be used to set alarm thresholds and create notifications. The product’s design allows fast installation without wires or tools and is easily commissioned. Parker’s wireless vibration sensors are engineered to last up to seven years on a 3.6 V lithium ion battery. This eliminates the need for frequent battery changes while their robust construction allows them to be used, with confidence, in harsh and challenging environments.
The wireless vibration sensors are useful in industries that rely upon motor-driven equipment like paper and metal manufacturing, power plants, waste treatment plants, pumping stations, food and beverage packing facilities, and HVAC system equipment.
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