EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
    Big Data/ Industrie 4.0

    Automated machine condition monitoring

    The Pulse-NG system from Montronix has been designed to give machines full automatic protection in real time and around the clock.

    19 Jun. 2017
    The Pulse-NG system allows state-of-the-art monitoring of machines in real-time around the clock.

    According to the developers, the system is compatible with the CNC systems from Siemens, Bosch Rexroth, Heidenhain, Fanuc and Mitsubishi. It can reportedly detect high-speed impact crashes and low-speed high-force crashes from whichever direction, any overload of vibration, force and power, and the condition of machine components such as ball screws, linear guides or spindles. A machine emergency stop and NC stop occurs with a response time of less than 1 millisecond. The system can be variably configured, for instance with application-specific sensor selection and extension through multiplexing with the company's Mux-NG Multiplexer. Available options are the Pulse-NG three-axis acceleration sensor, the Strainlink 250-DA strain gauge in combination with the SLA-NG amplifier, and the PS200-NG with power sensors. The solution provides automatic machine condition diagnostics with trend diagram, an automatic message in case of wear and damage, and regular automated measurements to detect the wear of machine components at an early stage.

    Contact: Andreas Mann, Montronix GmbH
    Tel. +49 7062 679311
    E-Mail: a.mann@montronix.de
    Website: www.montronix.com

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