Condition monitoring system for maintenance teams

Fluke Condition Monitoring is designed to provide a system of rugged voltage, current, temperature, and power sensors that can be moved from asset to asset or left in place for continuous monitoring.
By Fluke October 31, 2016

Fluke Condition Monitoring is designed to provide a system of rugged voltage, current, temperature, and power sensors that can be moved from asset to asset or left in place for continuous monitoring. Courtesy: FlukeFluke Condition Monitoring is designed to provide a system of rugged voltage, current, temperature, and power sensors that can be moved from asset to asset or left in place for continuous monitoring. It is designed to help maintenance teams get a practical, scalable system that delivers the continuous data and alarms they need to prevent equipment downtime without costly equipment retrofits or specialized training. Fluke Condition Monitoring consists of wireless sensors and a gateway that receives signals from the sensors from up to 30-ft away and works seamlessly with trusted, award-winning Fluke technologies, such as iFlex current probes, current clamps, temperature sensors and three-phase power monitoring. Maintenance technicians can set the system up and begin monitoring in a matter of minutes, with the sensors transmitting measurements to the cloud as frequently as one measurement per second. Equipment data and alarm notifications are viewed through the Fluke Connect platform on a smartphone or web browser.

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