Motor Temperature Monitoring and Control with a Wireless Network

Monitoring motor temperature in a high-friction application helps to calculate performance and to schedule maintenance.

Description

Instead of installing I/O transmission cabling, use a 10 to 30V dc powered SureCross Node and a Banner T-GAGE temperature sensor.

When using host control systems, the SureCross Gateway transmits the temperature to the plant control room using a digital output related to temperature setpoints within the sensor. The motor is powered down or up based on these temperatures.

When using a Gateway Pro as the wireless master device, the data ca be logged and alerts sent out to notify maintenance personnel when a motor is performing outside expected parameters.

T-GAGE M18T Series Temperature Sensors

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SureCross DX80 Nodes with Analog & Discrete I/O (10-30V dc)

Analog and Discrete I/O Node provides sensing capability in a remote area and communicates data back to a Gateway.

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"No more costly wiring runs"

“I’m delighted with Banner’s SureCross wireless system. It gives us comprehensive monitoring and control in previously inaccessible locations. And it’s easy to expand and relocate as needed.”

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