Monitran highlights versatile condition monitoring system at Maintenance Antwerp

Monitran will be highlighting its MTN/5000 condition monitoring system at the Maintenance Antwerp exhibition this April. This cost-effective and versatile microcontroller-based system can be used for monitoring and logging vibration and other types of sensor input, including temperature.

Its easy-to-navigate touch screen enables users to set thresholds for up to 96 alarms individually or across all channels, as well as data sampling periods, ranges and accuracy levels.

AC outputs are available via door-mounted BNCs for analysis, while Modbus and remote PC monitoring are available as options.

Also on the Monitran stand will be the MTN/VM220. This compact, handheld vibration meter can store up to 100 time-stamped readings, including RMS, peak, peak-to-peak, crest factor and bearing conditions. Conforming to ISO 10816-3, the unit is rechargeable and operates with a constant current accelerometer.

Monitran will also be displaying its wide range of general and special purpose accelerometers, velocity sensors, eddy current probes and LVDTs, which are used in applications such as industrial processing, power stations, water treatment, wind turbines, mining and the oil and gas industry.

Maintenance 2016 takes place on 20-21 April 2016 at Antwerp Expo, Belgium, and Monitran can be found on Stand A3016.

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