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Motor Condition Monitor Has Low Pricetag

Artesis has introduced the MCM motor conditioning monitor that uses model-based fault detection, combining the advantages of vibration analysis and motor current analysis in a low-cost system. This bu...


February 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine

Artesis has introduced the MCM motor conditioning monitor that uses model-based fault detection, combining the advantages of vibration analysis and motor current analysis in a low-cost system. This built-in detection tool, which costs less than it would cost to wire 4-20 sensors and regular vibration sensors, looks for electrical and mechanical faults and provides a diagnostic report. It detects problems with a motor’s power supply, problems inside the motor and problems with fans, pumps, compressors and other equipment. Maintenance managers can obtain simple and accurate maintenance scheduling information, without the need for interpretation by highly trained personnel.

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