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Monitor equipment health with this wireless sensor

By Chemical Engineering |

Fluke

Fluke

Vibration screening is one of the most effective ways to detect and prevent equipment failures or downtime, but performing vibration analysis can be complex. The new 3560 FC Vibration Sensor (photo) wirelessly and remotely captures simple vibration screening data on imbalance and misalignment. Remote vibration monitoring allows maintenance managers to monitor asset health with ease and reduce the reliance on vibration specialists. The wireless sensor is small enough to fit in hard-to-reach places and affordable enough to place on multiple locations on equipment. The generated data are wirelessly transmitted and stored on the company’s Connect Condition Monitoring software. — Fluke Corp., Everett, Wash.

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