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Monitran launches microcontroller-based condition monitoring system

17 February 2012

Monitran has launched the MTN/5000-16, a robust and reliable microcontroller-based condition monitoring system containing up to 16 Monitran g-mac signal conditioning units. The product features a 2.8 inch TFT touchscreen with an easy-to-navigate menu that enables users to set data sampling periods, ranges and accuracy levels plus vibration threshold (alarm) levels - on a channel-by-channel basis or across all channels.

Each g-mac unit within the MTN/5000-16 can accept any standard two-wire accelerometer; but the data can be viewed and interpreted as acceleration or velocity. However, the g-macs can also be used with other transducer types and the MTN/5000-16’s software can, upon request, be written to display virtually any parameter (eg temperature, light, voltage and so on). The system has 20 digital I/O channels, enabling it to be integrated with other systems.

Systems are made-to-order and customers can specify how many channels they want the system to contain (1 to 16), the condition to be monitored by each channel and what levels of control they wish to have over each channel. Customers can also specify what power source the system should utilise and whether or not they want the system to do any direct switching for emergency shutdowns.

The MTN/5000-16 is initially available in a 350 x 250 x 200mm cabinet, though other cabinet sizes may become available later in the year.
 


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