Easily Monitor Remote Motors Over Ethernet Anywhere in Your Operation
Motors are used in many automation applications. To prevent unexpected failures, many motors have built in thermal overloads. Also, some companies add vibration sensors to alert them when a motor is not behaving properly. However, many organizations are not aware there is another simple motor monitoring option to indicate when service is required.
With current sensing transducers and Ethernet I/O modules, you can easily monitor remote motors located anywhere in your operation.
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