Shaft monitoring indicates the presence of high levels of voltage or current on the motor or generator shaft in order to detect poor grounding shaft performance prior to bearing failures.Download Brochure
Iris Power SMTracII technology is a robust and cost effective continuous on-line shaft voltage and current monitor that revolutionizes the detection and alerting of the presence of harmful levels of voltage and current. This system collects and analyzes data from up to two voltage and two current inputs in real time, providing maintenance staff with a tool to collect and trend shaft voltage and current levels. Once configured, the Iris Power SMTracII requires no user intervention and will alert when significant levels are detected. It is ideal as a complimentary monitor to rotor flux, stator partial discharge and shaft and bearings vibration monitors. The system is available in two options, as self-standing SMTracII device, or as a part of GuardII, multiple technologies CBM platform.
Shaft Voltage and Current Monitoring
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