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Gain crucial insights into freezers, chillers, conveyors and other machinery by installing power monitoring sensors to measure current, voltage, frequency, distortion, power factor and more.
Monitoring electrical paramters reveals how the machinery is performing. For example:
Connect advanced power monitoring instruments to condition monitoring software to automatically aggregate data over wireless networks. Maintenance and reliability teams can monitor measurements on mobile or desktop applications. Trend or graph measurements to show fluctuations during the monitoring period. Some condition monitoring software can also send alarms to users when assets exceed or fall below preconfigured or user-set parameters.
Enable your maintenance and reliability teams to take corrective action earlier by installing power monitoring technologies. Troubleshooting with a three-phase power monitor, or other wireless sensors, allows teams to identify potential issues before it’s too late.
Remote power monitoring can be applied to existing or new predictive maintenance programs, giving teams access to the data they need. Trend measurements to reveal conditions that lead to failure, avoid unnecessary repairs by knowing exactly when to fix equipment, and decrease the costs of replacement parts. All these actions reduce downtime and maintenance spend. Other key benefits of power monitoring include:
Reduced troubleshooting time