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Visit Dynapar at the 2019 SMRP Annual Conference 

What: 2019 SMRP Annual Conference
Where: Louisville, KY
Booth: 906
When: October 7-10, 2019

Stop by the Dynapar booth to see the latest developments of the Dynapar OnSite condition monitoring system including: 

  • In addition to standard incremental quadrature encoder input, the OnSite system now accepts single channel speed input from devices such as laser tachs and proximity sensors. 
  • Vibration data now displayed in VRMS, allowing users to set alarms based on ISO guidelines.
  • Event based data acquisition (edge trigger) which allows users to configure the OnSite system to continuously listen to data and only post data and send alarms when certain thresholds are met, essentially allowing the system to always listen based on condition rather than time intervals. 
  • Ability to trigger a data reading remotely via the OnSite Analytics online portal.
  • Improved alarm configuration options including alarm templates that can be copy pasted to other assets, compound alarms such as setting FFT alarms based on running speed and tier notifications of alarms based on user groups.

Best Practice Presentation During The Event

Dynapar-AJAttend a learning session with Abhishek Jadhav, product manager and category II vibration analyst at Dynapar and see our presentation on "How to Balance IoT with Existing Predictive Maintenance Programs" where Abhishek will present a framework for integrating IoT sensors into existing maintenance programs, without "reinventing the wheel".

Learning Session: How to Balance IoT with Existing Predictive Maintenance Programs

October 8th, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm, Room M112

Key Takeaways:

  • While implementing industrial internet of things (IoT)-based condition monitoring systems can greatly improve your operational efficiency and predictive maintenance program, most facilities already have established maintenance practices for existing equipment.
  • Rather than reinventing your maintenance routine, the solution is to balance these systems with existing resources and workflows.
  • We will present two cases where maintenance and reliability teams identified troubled assets with traditional route-based vibration monitoring and used continuous cloud-base vibration monitoring systems to continually monitor once a problem was identified.
  • With continuous monitoring, the facilities were able to confidently plan for repairs during the next scheduled outage.