Eco monitors machine health

October 2012

IMI-Sensors, the world’s largest manufacturer of industrial vibration monitoring instrumentation, exhibited its range of vibration monitoring sensors, including its latest innovation, Echo Wireless Vibration Monitoring System, at this year’s ISA Automation Week Technology and Solutions Event at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando, FL (US).

The new Echo Wireless Vibration Sensors is a state-of-the art vibration monitoring system designed to detect the overall health of the machine and provide immediate notification when warning or critical levels are reached. Typical uses of Echo are various plants, including power, steel, food processing, paper, chemical, and automotive. The end users can also integrate the data collected by the Echo system into their existing legacy vibration or plant monitoring device. This is possible through a Modbus interface, which turns existing portable monitoring systems into wireless devices through Echo.

IMI-Sensors also put on show the 699A06 shaker, Bearing Fault Detector, Switch Display, Process Protection ceramic display and associated accessories.

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