Posts Tagged continuous monitoring

Wireless, Battery-Free Temperature Sensors for Protecting Industrial Equipment

Wireless, Battery-Free Temperature Sensors for Protecting Industrial Equipment

RFMicron empowers you with condition-based monitoring for predictive maintenance using our wireless, battery-free temperature sensors. Smart Passive Sensing™ technology makes it simple to monitor thermal conditions in your industrial equipment continuously and reliably. Easy to Install Our temperature sensors are quickly and easily installed on the desired

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Predictive Maintenance with Continuous Temperature Monitoring

Predictive Maintenance with Continuous Temperature Monitoring

Try A Better Kind of Maintenance Maintenance is crucial for expensive, hard-working equipment. Many industrial plants follow a strategy of performing maintenance at prescribed intervals. The intervals are based on how much time has elapsed or how long the equipment has been in use. This is known

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RFMicron’s Smart Passive Sensing™ Solution to Address Switchgear Failures

RFMicron’s Smart Passive Sensing™ Solution to Address Switchgear Failures

With RFMicron’s Smart Passive Sensing™ technology, you can monitor thermal conditions in your switchgear equipment in a safe and continuous manner, helping you avoid catastrophic failures and saving you thousands of dollars in maintenance and liability costs each year. Our sensors are passive, or battery-free, thus requiring

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How Existing Switchgear Temperature Monitoring Solutions Fall Short

How Existing Switchgear Temperature Monitoring Solutions Fall Short

Why are traditional monitoring solutions insufficient? There are a few temperature monitoring solutions currently being used in switchgear—but they all have their drawbacks. One problem is the lack of any means of monitoring switchgear on a continuous basis. In addition, some of these methods expose maintenance teams

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Temperature Monitoring Avoids Switchgear Failures

Temperature Monitoring Avoids Switchgear Failures

Most switchgear failures are caused by mechanical wear, deterioration, or improper inspections. As some studies indicate, these conditions are accompanied by a thermal signature that can be an critical predictor of failure. Busbars, cable heads, circuit breakers and contactor assemblies are critical locations in switchgear equipment that

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