Our condition monitoring products provide you with the essential data needed to prevent unplanned downtime before it costs you. Real-time monitoring of the health and condition of your machines enables smart manufacturing. This allows you to predict and protect against potential equipment failures before they have a chance to impact quality and maintenance costs.
Dynamix 1444 Integrated Condition Monitoring System
Our Dynamix™ 1444 Integrated Condition Monitoring system helps you monitor and protect the machines in your Integrated Architecture. Dynamix 1444 can be applied to any rotating or reciprocating machine in your facility, while configured to monitor each machine uniquely and provide the most meaningful information. This system can provide data for many different applications - to protect or to monitor an asset, to improve or deliver quality objectives, or to enable a condition-based maintenance or a predictive maintenance program.
Emonitor Condition Monitoring Software
Our Bulletin 9309 Emonitor® Condition Monitoring Software works with our monitors and portable data collectors to help establish and execute a condition-based predictive maintenance program. Emonitor software provides you with a comprehensive suite of tools for long-term trending, plotting and alarming capabilities to detect the earliest possible indicators of developing machine faults.
Check out the Emonitor Learning Video series to get the most from your Emonitor software.
Condition Monitoring Sensors
Our Condition Monitoring Sensors support vibration and position measurements for most applications in extreme temperatures environments and hazardous locations.
1441 Dynamix 2500 Portable Data Collectors
Our Bulletin 1441 Dynamix™ 2500 portable data collectors can measure, process, display, and store a variety of analysis functions. They can support your predictive maintenance efforts and provide key machinery vibration diagnostics.
1440 XM Distributed Machine Condition Monitoring System
Our distributed machine condition monitoring system warns operators, and may directly shut down machines, when they detect severe conditions that could result in substantial damage or catastrophic failure.