Join us on July 12, 2018, at 10 a.m. CST for the Fluke Corporation webinar on improving asset reliability with remote power monitoring.
In this one-hour webinar, you’ll learn the key values of beginning or expanding upon a condition monitoring program that includes power monitoring, the impact of remote power monitoring on your assets, the impact of remote power monitoring on your reliability team and the ability to determine if remote power monitoring is the right move for your facility.
Advanced power monitoring instruments like three-phase power monitors that are equipped with condition monitoring software connect to mobile and desktop applications via wireless networks. This allows maintenance and reliability teams to watch measurement data as it builds and receive push notifications that alert personnel whenever the power surges above or drops below custom thresholds before any failure occurs.
Monitoring electrical parameters such as current and distortion reveals how the machinery or equipment is performing, for example:
- A baseline current or load at a critical pump is trending dangerously close to the motor’s maximum current rating, taking service factor into account
- The total power at an induction furnace appears to be fluctuating abnormally during a recuring cycle
- Determines how often a submersible or hydraulic pump is cycling on/off to maintain flow or pressures
This webinar will provide insight into how remote power monitoring can be a useful tool to you and your team on your own reliability journey.