Everett, WA —Vibration screening is one of the most effective ways to detect and prevent equipment failures or downtime, but performing vibration analysis can be complex. Vibration monitors typically require special training, third-party experts, or are too expensive to use on most equipment leaving significant gaps in maintenance programs. The new Fluke 3560 FC Vibration Sensor wirelessly and remotely captures simple vibration screening data on imbalance and misalignment. Remote vibration monitoring allows maintenance managers to monitor asset health with ease and reduce the reliance on vibration specialists.
The wireless Fluke 3560 FC Vibration Sensor is small enough to fit in hard-to-reach places and affordable enough to place on multiple locations on equipment (for example, four test points). Precise placement increases accuracy and reduces the time it takes to screen an asset. The data generated from the sensors is wirelessly transmitted and stored on Fluke Connect Condition Monitoring software (available on nearly any mobile device), allowing maintenance teams to remotely monitor asset health anytime and almost anywhere. The software can even generate automatic alerts when measurements go outside set parameters notifying maintenance team members before issues become critical.
The sensor is designed for long-term use on assets, but can also be removed and installed on other equipment as needed.
Fluke Sensors Provide Comprehensive Picture Of Asset Health
The Fluke 3560 FC is a part of the Fluke Sensors family within the Fluke Accelix ecosystem of connected tools and solutions. Delivering the next-generation of data-driven maintenance for today's operations, Fluke Sensors pair rugged electrical, temperature, power quality, and now vibration monitoring sensors with the Accelix cloud-based management platform.