SDT launches SDT340 data collector for condition monitoring

P&PC Staff
October 02, 2018
By P&PC Staff
October 2, 2018 – SDT, an ultrasound solutions provider, has released the SDT340 data collector and UAS4.0., a cloud-connected condition-monitoring solution that combines ultrasound, vibration, temperature and RPM in one diagnostic package.

Ultrasound and vibration are the two most relevant indicators of asset condition, especially where the assessment of bearing and gear health are concerned.

Both parameters are measured with crystal-clear clarity using the SDT340’s focUS Mode. The user can capture long data samples with 32K, 64K, 128K or 256K resolution. 

Data acquisition time is adjustable from a few seconds up to 10 minutes. Inspect ultra-slow speed systems or even machines that do not fully rotate. The collector's internal storage of 4.5+ GBs is coupled with a large (3.5” diagonal) colour display that works in split-screen mode, recalls historical measurements and displays the time waveform and spectrum with live, scalable X-Y axis.

UAS4.0 is a scalable, multi-technology, multi-platform software used to manage and analyze SDT340’s data. Users can choose a stand-alone installation, a fully networkable server option, or host their asset condition data in the cloud.

Custom adapters allow data to flow seamlessly to UAS4.0 from other technologies, making it the central repository for asset condition information. 

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