Omron says it plans to launch a new range of condition-monitoring devices which will enable users to “visualize facility conditions not seen before”.
Omron says the four series of condition-monitoring devices will allow workers to monitor operational status in manufacturing sites.
- motor condition-monitoring devices that predict a failure of three-phase induction motors;
- power supplies equipped with networking capability that can predict the service life and failures of a power supply installed in a control panel;
- flow sensors and pressure sensors that monitor hydraulic oil and cooling water used for press machines and molding machines; and
- a smart condition-monitoring amplifier that accelerates IoT of existing analog sensors installed in facilities or machines.