Q45VA Wireless Vibration and Temperature Sensor for Monitoring Machine Health

Q45VA Wireless Vibration and Temperature Sensor for Monitoring Machine Health

Q45VA Wireless Vibration and Temperature Sensor for Monitoring Machine Health

All-in-One Condition Monitoring Sensor and Wireless Node Now Measures Temperature

Identify equipment problems early before a failure can occur by monitoring the health of motors, fans, pumps, and similar equipment. Banner’s wireless Q45VA sensor measures RMS velocity and temperature and sends that information to a DXM wireless controller over a wireless network. The all-in-one design and wireless infrastructure make it easy to deploy devices, collect machine data, track performance, and find potential problems.

Key Benefits

ONE COST-EFFECTIVE DEVICE FOR RAPID DEPLOYMENT

The Q45VA combines a vibration and temperature sensor, wireless node, and battery power supply in one compact and completely wireless device that costs less than purchasing the sensor and node separately. The all-in-one design eliminates the time, labor, and expense of installing separate sensors and nodes—a significant advantage for large-scale deployments.

REDUCE DOWNTIME AND INCREASE EFFICIENCY

Use one or more Q45VA wireless vibration and temperature sensors with a DXM wireless controller running Banner’s machine learning algorithm for a solution capable of establishing a vibration baseline for each machine being monitored and alerting operators when parameters are outside established thresholds.

LOCAL AND REMOTE MONITORING

View graphs of vibration and temperature data, create alerts, store, and analyze data from multiple assets using a Wireless Solutions Kit (sold separately) and Q45VA wireless vibration and temperature sensors. Or create your own solution using Banner’s Connected Data Solutions cloud software in combination with Q45VA sensors and a DXM Series wireless controller.

APPLICATIONS

The all-in-one Q45VA wireless vibration and temperature sensor can be used on any machine with rotating motion to:

  • Expose machine performance issues caused by misalignment, unbalance, bearing failures, pump cavitation, blade damage, etc.
  • Identify equipment requiring full spectrum analysis
  • Establish more strategic scheduling of equipment maintenance