Wireless Vibration Transmitter Delivers Predictive Diagnostics for Improved Reliability

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Emerson Process Management introduces the CSI 9420 Machinery Health Transmitter. This wireless vibration transmitter monitors mechanical equipment, delivering predictive diagnostics for improved reliability and plant safety.

As a component of Emerson's Smart Wireless solutions, the transmitter connects quickly, easily and economically to any machine. Through the PlantWeb digital plant architecture, the transmitter delivers vibration information over a highly reliable wireless self-organizing network for use by operations and maintenance personnel. Configuration, diagnostics and alerts from the wireless vibration transmitter are available in AMS Suite predictive maintenance software. Vibration data is also available in data historians or any control system for trending and analysis with other process parameters. In addition to measuring overall vibration, the CSI 9420 Machinery Health transmitter includes PeakVue technology for advanced bearing diagnostics.

Users indicate they can cost-effectively apply this device on a wide range of equipment such as pumps, motors, fans, compressors pulverizers and many other types of equipment. Benefits from deploying the wireless vibration transmitter go beyond equipment reliability to include health, safety and environmental applications.

Emerson's Smart Wireless solutions extend the PlantWeb architecture to deliver new information access and mobility for improved decision-making and plant performance. The Smart Wireless field solutions integrate smart monitoring instruments wirelessly in a self-organizing mesh network that delivers greater than 99.9 percent reliability by automatically adapting as devices are added or removed, or obstructions encountered. Smart Wireless products are supported by Emerson's guarantee of an easy migration path to industry standards and full compliance with WirelessHART standard.

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    Emerson Process Management