Your smallest technology tool could be the most important
Improving the reliability of your mechanical assets requires technology for analyzing all kinds of data. But in the end, the analysis can only be as good as the data it relies on. Whatever kind of measurement is required – acceleration, velocity, displacement, speed or pressure – must be counted on for quality and accuracy. So the smallest item in your technology investment could be the most important for increasing availability and reducing downtime.
One such example is Emerson’s AMS EZ 1000 eddy current measurement sensor and converter. Historically the various elements of an eddy current measurement chain have been expensive to keep on hand but necessary for avoiding lengthy shutdowns while parts arrived. But field-calibration of the AMS EZ 1000 means reduced inventory and immediate availability of parts. Easy push-button calibration combined with USB interface to Emerson’s Machine Studio software reduces configuration to a simple three-step process.
Choose from these sensor types
Emerson offers a wide range of options for all applications and budgets.
Velocity, Pressure, and Speed Sensors
Velocity, pressure, and speed sensors provide data in specific applications for a more complete look at asset condition.
Displacement Sensors, Converters and Transmitters
Options range from field and enclosure mountings, small and large shaft measurements, and industrial safety ratings.