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A new breakthrough in vibration monitoring

By Chemical Engineering |

Prüftechnik Dieter Busch

Prüftechnik Dieter Busch

Together with the new high-speed data collector Vibscanner 2, this company launched a major new release of the OMNITREND Center software (photo). This is the central PC software for the company’s handheld vibration instruments and online condition monitoring systems. The new version offers intuitive software tools for generating a clear and structured overview of the monitored assets. In the redesigned graphical user interface, engineers can easily create and configure the assets as they are in the field. More highlights, such as easy graphical machine setup, central task configuration, flexible route management and advanced analysis tools, will slash the learning curve for new users and allow experienced analysts to save extra time, says the company. The new interface has advanced diagnostic tools that are easy to use. — Prüftechnik Dieter Busch AG, Ismaning, Germany

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