Industrial Monitoring Solutions
Human Machine Interface
The Sentry G3 SCADA Viewer is a scalable addition to the Sentry G3 API670 compliant machine protection system. Providing configuration tools and engineering features to help streamline control of your industrial processes. Access machine overviews and data remotely with our web-based software that helps to identify alarms and visualise trends using the SCADA information management portfolio of historian, intelligence, and reporting tools.
Machine Status Overview
A flexible graphical interface provides an instant view of the machine status. An example of a custom Interface shows an array of cooling fans. Data Acquisition is shown through colour to represent the vibration variables. Measured data is shown next to symbols; alarms appear next to the data when active.
View historical data as well as current trends with the ability to trend samples periodically or at specific events. Read and store plant variables from other systems to trend alongside the G3 vibration measurements.
Sentry G3 SCADA VIEWER
⦿ Machine graphical displays with live measure values
⦿ Trending of all measurement channels
⦿ Alarm Historian
⦿ Flexible graphical interface
⦿ Combine with other plant parameters
⦿ Straight forward Network Connectivity
⦿ Multiple viewing locations
⦿ Sensonics configuration support
Download the engineers’ guide to specifying vibration monitoring systems
If you are designing a system which uses vibration monitoring then this guide can help you specify vibration monitoring systems.
This guide covers:
- Types of vibration sensors
- Monitoring equipment
- Questions to ask when designing or specifying a vibration monitoring system
- Why work with Sensonics
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Our experienced Application Engineers are available to assist you in solving any problems that you may have concerning the choice and application of any of the Sensonics products in the measurement and control of vibration, position, temperature and proximity.