17 May, 2022

Wireless vibration sensor for machine fault analysis

12 August, 2021

The Fluke 3563 Analysis Vibration Sensor combines a piezoelectric high-frequency sensor with advanced software analytics to enable maintenance teams to track and analyse asset vibration readings continuously. It enables the monitoring of an extensive portfolio of productioncritical assets.

Vibration data is transmitted wirelessly to the Fluke 3503 Gateway and the cloud via Ethernet or Wi-Fi. The information is viewable in the LiveAssetTM Portal, which displays trending graphs and machine health dashboards. With a single view, you can assess a facility’s overall asset health or do a deep dive into the health of a specific asset.

Early warnings

A floating architecture, pre-programmed thresholds based on machine type, and alarm notifications combine with the analytical software to identify faults that spur quick action. Early warnings of potential asset malfunction ensure enough time for corrective action before a catastrophic failure. As a result, users are assured 24/7 whether machines are running at high performance, extending their life and reducing operating and maintenance costs.

Using a condition monitoring system in conjunction with this powerful sensor, maintenance teams can build a holistic approach– one that enables them to make decisions and schedule work based on the criticality of the machine and what the data is saying, not just on the calendar.

Continuous monitoring

Rather than dedicating equal time to each asset, condition monitoring systems allow teams to focus on the machines most important to a facility’s operations. A maintenance technician or engineer can catch a potential catastrophic failure by continuously monitoring those machines before it occurs.

Key benefits at a glance

Long battery life

The Piezo sensor and software combine to produce a unique, smart battery management capability with a userdetermined data transmission rate. Users can adjust and extend the sensor battery life while still getting the necessary data.

User-friendly experience

Users can configure the sensor based on machine type for precise readings without manually entering severity thresholds.

Powerful analysis capabilities

The Live-AssetTM Portal software application enables users to analyse both banded overall values and narrowband values. With this capability, they can determine the fault causing a problem as well as the root cause of that fault. Users can then evaluate critical next-step actions.

Wireless and scalable

The wireless gateway possesses dual network connection capabilities—Wi-Fi and Ethernet—so your system can fit your facility.





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