OpsWatch enables real-time monitoring of low-frequency shock and vibration to identify these changes when they happen. The system provides alerts when vibration is outside of the normal range and has the capability to stream condition-based data through WiFi communication.
Vibration and shock monitoring is an integral part of machine condition monitoring programs. All equipment that has belts, gears, bearings, drive motors, and other moving components has a “normal” range of vibration during operating cycles. Change in equipment vibration serves as an early warning of a decline in operating function and signals the need for maintenance to avoid more serious faults and/or failure.
OpsWatch allows you to improve the performance and safety of your equipment, extend its lifetime and avoid any unplanned downtime and maintenance.
OpsWatchEX has also been tested to the following EMC standards:
FCC 47CFR 15B
ICES-003 Issue 6 (2016-01)
CISPR 24: Ed 2.0 (2015-04)
CISPR 32: Ed 2.0 (2015-03
OpsWatch EX marking (Ex ib IIC T4 Gb):
Ex – explosive atmosphere
ib – for intrinsic safety
IIC – for gasses hydrogen and acetylene
T4 – Temperature range 135 deg C
Gb – For gasses, protection concept is control of ignition sources