FLIR Systems

FLIR Systems has announced the release of the FLIR SV87-KIT, which offers a low cost, easy-to-configure, and 24/7 remote vibration and temperature sensing solution.

Often before industrial machinery start showing issues that require immediate maintenance, pending problems can be detected through minute vibration changes.

Temperature sensing monitoring

The first component of effective condition monitoring is a combined remote vibration and temperature sensing monitoring solution. Manufacturing facilities from paper mills, to food and beverage processors to the oil and gas industry benefit from 24/7 remote condition monitoring of critical infrastructure and machinery.

By combining the power of FLIR Systems’ vibration and temperature detection, industries now have a complete solution kit that maximises production output, improves worker safety, and reduces operational costs.

Remote vibration detection

FLIR SV87-KIT is low cost, easy-to-configure, and can install on any surface with wireless connectivity

Vibration detection technology not only provides early warning to help eliminate maintenance surprises before they happen, but it also empowers staff to prioritise and streamline its maintenance schedule, so as to maximise efficiency and performance, while reducing downtime. However, traditional wired continuous vibration monitoring systems can be expensive, not always up to date, and cumbersome to install.

The FLIR SV87-KIT, on the other hand, is low cost, easy-to-configure, and can install on any surface with wireless connectivity to a Wi-Fi network. This also provides maintenance staff with the ability to track changes in vibration and heat in real time and over time, providing operational insights to predict potentially serious problems before failure.

The FLIR SV87-KIT is available to purchase globally through FLIR Systems and authorised FLIR Systems equipment distributors for a base price of US$ 999, with shipments slated to begin in the fourth quarter of 2020.

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