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Condition monitoring sensor

09 June 2023

TO AID in the condition monitoring of large industrial equipment fleets WEG has launched its new WEGscan sensor. By integrating WEGscan into their fleet, operators can monitor a wide range of equipment, including reducers, gear motors and compressors, helping reduce costs and improve predictive maintenance.

The new sensor is an evolution of the existing WEG Motor Scan WEGscan and can be integrated onto a range of industrial assets to gather data and feed it to WEG Motion Fleet Management (MFM), a condition based internet of things (IoT) platform that allows customers to monitor their assets online. Using this technology, users can monitor the operational status of electric motors, compressors, fans, planetary reducers and many other assets on sites across different industrial sectors.

WEGscan can be customised for virtually any asset, and its communication range and capability is far more evolved than previous products.

The new sensor offers a cloud solution, with WEG MFM facilitating data storage, analyses by a technician or specialist, and data processing using AI for autonomous fault diagnosis. Therefore, by combining WEGscan with the platform, businesses can be benefit from a reduction in equipment fleet operating costs, or total cost of ownership, by enhancing condition monitoring and understanding faults early.

“Detecting faults in industrial equipment is one thing, but communicating effectively to understand their impact is another,” explained Marek Lukaszczyk, European & Middle East marketing manager at WEG. “WEGscan is the cutting edge of condition monitoring technology, harnessing the cloud, IoT and AI to provide operators with all the information they need to maintain uptime and avoid costly asset breakdowns.

“This latest addition builds on the benefits of the WEG Motor Scan, and goes further by monitoring the operational status of everything from gear motors, pumps and exhaust fans to compressors and reducers. The scope of monitoring is greater than ever, making it easier for businesses to make vital operational savings and prevent unplanned downtime.”