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Emerson’s AMS Wireless Vibration Monitor Simplifies Machine Health Analytics

Jan. 20, 2020

Many organizations struggle with the complexity of translating vibration data into asset health insights. Emerson’s AMS Wireless Vibration Monitor solves that problem by performing prescriptive analytics on vibration data to automatically identify and clarify failure modes and the most common problems in rotating assets.

The AMS Wireless Vibration monitor runs on a plant’s existing WirelessHART® network and can be easily and quickly installed by plant personnel. Emerson’s patented PeakVue™ Plus technology operates at the device to not only identify when and how assets will fail, but also why. Anyone in the plant—regardless of expertise—can quickly identify and prioritize common mechanical issues on rotating assets such as bearing defects, gear wear, under-lubrication, and pump cavitation.

Plants using Plantweb™ Optics can enable personnel to receive AMS Wireless Vibration Monitor alerts anytime and anywhere with a mobile device. The alert data can be quickly and easily aggregated with asset health information from other sensors and systems, providing a more complete picture of the organization’s overall health.

For more information, please visit the Emerson website.

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