Monitoring system designed for checking voltage, current, temperature conditions
The Fluke 3500 FC Series Condition Monitoring System will help with finding intermittent faults in industrial machines, discrete manufacturing lines, or process facilities, as well as help with long-term trending and information beyond what existing alarms provide.
It also can help with troubleshooting legacy equipment without or with little sensing and diagnostic capabilities. The system builds on Fluke Connect offerings and capabilities, with the introduction of a new hardware and software license configuration and a rugged design for longer-term, unattended data collection than Fluke Connect, which offers more than 40 wireless instruments designed for attended data collection.
The Fluke 3500 Condition Monitoring System allows sensors connect to a transmitter that sends information securely and wirelessly up to 30 m to a Fluke Connect secure gateway router using MQTT protocol to feed data into a network, cloud, or mobile app for smartphones, tablets, or other monitoring devices for analysis or distribution. The Fluke wireless gateway architecture provides isolation from any existing plant Wi-Fi system.
Up to 10 sensors can be connected wirelessly to each secure gateway. Each sensor connects to its transmitter with 3-5 ft of cable. The portable devices can be left at a remote location or managed locally, with data running through the Fluke gateway to condition monitoring software. Faults can be tracked through historical data, and measurements can be taken as often as every second. Once collected in the software program, the information can be viewed through any connected device. The same software also integrates the monitoring data into work orders and asset management records.
– Edited by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering process sensor and actuator products.
See additional information about the Fluke 3500 FC Series Conditioning System below.