Vibration Monitoring Systems | Wireless Connectivity
A vibration monitoring system is a set of tools used to measure one or more parameters in order to identify changes in the behavior of the machinery. In Fact, the main purpose of these systems is to help in scheduling the maintenance activities based on a process called Predictive Analysis.
New Vibration Monitoring System with wireless transmission and long battery life are now replacing the industrial wired accelerometers all over the world.
New Modbus TCP/IP Universal communication protocol integration.
GP8 Universal ICP Accelerometer Wireless Adapter
GP8 is the only 8-channel Universal ICP Accelerometer to Wireless Phantom converter with Modbus comunication for additional standard applications.
GP8 Can work either on battery or with 5 Volts power supply. Additionally, GP8 works with Phantom Standard Gateway receiver supporting more than 150 sensors at the same time.
BLE 5.0 comunication.
Modbus protocol added.
2-3 years internal battery
48 kHz Sample Rate
6400 lines of resolution
Velocity RMS Values every 5 minutes
Internal Velocity RMS calcualted every 30
seconds for alarm settings
Condition Monitoring Sensors
Phantom Condition Monitoring Sensors are small devices created to record vibration and send it to the cloud or to a local database using an intermediary device called “gateway”.
These Vibration Sensors make possible to monitor the condition of your machine very easily. The facility in mounting them and the lack of cables make them ideal for quick and cost-effective installations. Phantom Wireless vibration sensors send Waveforms and Spectra, reaching a bandwidth of 10 kHz and 6400 lines of resolution.
To save battery, Phantom® sensors also send RMS values in velocity (internal integration) and have an internal alarm that users can remotely program to wake up in case of high vibration.