Tractian launches Smart Trac a predictive monitoring and management sensor portfolio. Tractian is ready to deploy its Smart Trac system of predictive tools and devices to monitor and manage machinery and assets.
The Smart Trac sensors collect temperature, vibration, and hour meter data. It sends that data back to the Tractian Platform for analysis. Users have access to the system, which carries information about machine health conditions in real time. Data can be accessed on a smartphone, tablet, or desktop.
Smart Trac combines Tractian’s database with machine history data from the asset. The system is used to identify with a high level of accuracy (high assertiveness) failures that can occur. Those failures include unbalancing, misalignment, cavitation, and many more.
The way Smart Trac is accessed is through TracOS, which can monitor entire production lines and manage assets. With these tools management concerns and forms can be accessed, such as team communication, calculating maintenance KPIs, managing inventory, automating work orders, and predictive monitoring of systems.
One of the major benefits of the system is the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the reporting, analyzing, and monitoring of vibrations. There is no required manual observation of the machine in order to predict vibration issues or regular maintenance.
There is 2G/3G/4G connectivity for remote monitoring on many different smart devices. 280 or more samples per day, with the highest data acquisition frequency available so far on the market. there can be updates for vibration collection of 32kHz and acceleration up to 16g every 5 minutes.
More than 70 different faults can be detected with the vibration sensor. These faults include lubrication faults, bearing wear, pipe deformation, rotating mechanical looseness, and many more.
To find out more about the Tractian Smart Trac system, see the product page on their website, here
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