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Phase IV Wireless Motor Sensor For Predictive Maintenance – Leap Sensors

$ 699.00

SKU: LBI0-1CK4-1I00-1V09 Categories: , , Tag:


This unique motor sensor combines 3 different sensors in one multi-sensor node: temperature, vibration, and electrical current. Get continuous remote monitoring of these key predictors of motor failure. Receive alerts via text, email, or phone. Avoid costly downtime and gain operating insight.


  • Monitors the top 3 predictors of impending motor failures.
    • Motor vibration monitoring sensor detects maximum and average vibration on 3 axes to detect upward trends or spikes in vibration.
      • Multiple vibration modules may be daisy-chained together on one CAN bus that goes to the device node.
    • Motor temperature monitoring sensor (thermocouple) mounts on the motor or gearbox to detect over-heating.
    • Motor current monitoring sensor (amp clamp) detects increased electrical current to motors to detect overloads.
  • Fast and easy to install.
    • Magnetic or screw mounts for temperature and vibration sensors.
    • The amp clamp is a “split core” – allowing it to quickly install around a wire without disconnecting it.
  • Standard monitoring scenario: Sensor transmits readings every 15 minutes.
    • Temperature alerts are typically set based on normal readings.
    • Electrical current alerts are typically set above normal readings.
    • Vibration is sampled at 5 kHz on 3 axes for a few seconds in the range of 0 to 8Gs.
      • The data is edge-processed on board the sensor using proven methods where a change in trend is indicative of an impending failure.


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