4 ways maintenance teams benefit from remote power monitoring

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A user programming the Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor at an asset.

Maintenance and reliability teams are under more pressure now than ever before to keep the increasing number of assets up and running. Implementing remote three-phase power monitoring sensors into your maintenance program reduces costs while moving you along the path to predictive maintenance. Some of the power monitor's impacts on workflow include the benefits described below.

A Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor and Fluke Connect software shown on a smart device and desktop.
The Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor sends data to the Fluke Connect Condition Monitoring software, enabling teams to view data on smart devices or computers from anywhere at any time.


Reduce routes to noncritical assets

Your technicians could spend all day completing routes and still not connect with each and every asset in your facility. Noncritical machines are not top priority assets, and monitoring them all has not been cost-effective until now. Adding low-cost power monitoring sensors to maintenance programs helps teams focus on critical assets while ensuring that noncritical machines stay running.

Decrease preventive maintenance activities and emergency repairs

Time is precious. You and your teams will mitigate unnecessary preventive maintenance work by knowing exactly when assets are healthy and when they aren't. Using condition monitoring sensors with the Fluke Connect Condition Monitoring (FCCM) software empowers maintenance professionals to trend data to determine exactly when assets need attention.

Know exactly when power drops

Finding the root cause of intermittent failure in assets is a drain on time and money. Skip the headache by installing power monitoring sensors on assets experiencing fluctuations. Data sent to FCCM software is trended to help you find drops in power. The software also sends alerts to apps on PCs and smart devices so that you know in real time when the power isn't sufficient.

A user looks at data on the Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor.
The Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor installs on equipment easily, giving teams quick access to real-time data and historical trends.

View all your asset data in one place

Do you waste time searching for asset data among different data management programs? You don't have to do that anymore. The Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor and 80 other Fluke sensors and handheld tools wirelessly stream asset information with FCCM software to aggregate and manage data. View real-time information, trend historical data, organize it by asset and create dashboards to better monitor machinery.

Set yourself up for success by using the Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor and FCCM software.

To learn more about Fluke Condition Monitoring and how a condition monitoring system will improve your predictive maintenance program, please call our sales team or visit condition monitoring page.

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