Sensonics Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS

Sensonics launch two new Monitors.

Sensonics has launched two new monitors; the DN36  
Spyder range of machine monitoring and protection
equipment and the new SpyderNet plug in and play
The complete DN36 family is line stackable to ensure rapid
system integration/installation and minimal wiring requirements
and can be connected to any Ethernet network to provide remote
monitoring via standard internet tools.  DIN rail mounting to either
35mm or G type DIN rails, ensures that monitors can be mounted 
in panels with other equipment or positioned locally in a junction
box to the machine to be monitored.
Suitable for monitoring many types of rotating machinery, including
turbines, motors, pumps and fans etc the complete DN36 Series
offers dual channel monitoring, providing ‘mix and match’
measurement options such as vibration, displacement, temperature,
speed, eccentricity etc across both channels.  Measurement function
on all units is factory set by fitting personality cards, whilst operators
can set measurement range, units, alarm trip points and filter
selection by means of the front panel software interface.
Two alarm levels per channel are available to drive common relays
for the safe tripping of plant; a system integrity alarm is also routed
to a separate relay.  Units can also be fitted with an optional
webserver for which no additional software is required.
Capable of monitoring 8 standard ICP type or current mode
accelerometers as well as 4-20mA process inputs, the new plug-in
and play SpyderNet also to be introduced at the show, provides
a cost-effective solution to remote monitoring of vibration or
process channels.  The compact (123mm x 107mm x 51mm) unit
is fitted with an integral webserver for network monitoring and
easily interfaces with the rest of the Sensonics DN36 and existing
DN2600 monitors. 

For further information, please contact:-

Sensonics Ltd.
Northbridge Road, Berkhamsted HP4 1EF.UK
Tel: +44(0) 1442 876833  Fax: +44(0) 1442 876477
Email:  Website:

February 2004

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