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Omniguard RTDs

Omniguard RTDs are essentially temperature sensitive elements, the electrical resistance of which increases with increasing temperature in a repeatable and predictable manner. A small electrical current passing through the detector produces an output signal proportional to the temperature. Accuracy depends on a suitable power source and proper selection of precision bridge resistors which do not vary with temperature change. omniguard edison rtds

Edison Temperature Monitors

Edison Onguard Model 1616 RTD-Thermocouple Temperature Monitor

Edison Onguard Model 1616 RTD-Thermocouple Temperature Monitor

The Edison model 1616 is an addressable, high quality temperature monitor primarily designed for motor protection but can be utilized anywhere there is the threat of temperature damage to equipment. A bright 4 line X 20 character VFD display details alarm conditions. The monitor is panel mounted and IP66 rated for the front bezel assembly. Up to 16 RTD-T/C transmitters are bussed on a communication wire to communicate to the monitor. Provisions to print configurations and reports are provided through a USB thumb drive port.

 

 

Edison Onguard Model 1604 RTD-Temperature Monitor

Edison Onguard Model 1604 RTD-Temperature Monitor

The Edison model 1604 is a hardwired, high quality temperature monitor primarily designed for motor protection but can be utilized anywhere there is the threat of temperature damage to equipment. A bright 4 line X 20 character VFD display details alarm conditions. The monitor is panel mounted and IP66 rated for the front bezel assembly. Up to 4 RTD’s can be connected to the monitor for surveillance. Provisions to print configurations and reports are provided through a USB thumb drive port.

 

 

 

 

Bearing Sensor News

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Bearing Temperature

Condition monitoring has proven important in the installation and maintenance of all types of turbo machinery. Bearing temperature is primarily important because bearings are the critical links between the rotating and stationary components in a machine. If temperatures are taken in the correct location, then Babbitt metal temperatures can be the best indicators of a bearing's operating condition.

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Causes Of Bearing Failure

Most bearing failures such as flaking and pitting, spalling, unusual wear patterns, rust and corrosion, creeping, skewing and others are usually attributed to a relatively small group of causes that are often interrelated and correctable. These causes include lubrication, mounting, operational stress and bearing selection and environmental influence.

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