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Microcontroller condition monitoring system now in production

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Instrotech-107-05-2015Instrotech, distributor and manufacturer of a range of process control instrumentation and specialised systems, has announced the launch of UK-based Monitran’s MTN/5000; a cost-effective and versatile microcontroller-based condition monitoring system, for application in vibration monitoring and logging of any sensor-based design, for example temperature, pressure, voltage/current/power. The MTN/5000 is housed in an extruded aluminium enclosure and features a 9 cm TFT touch screen with a high performance ARM Cortex-M3 processor. It has an easy-to-navigate menu that enables users to set data sampling periods up to one million/second, ranges and accuracy levels plus vibration threshold (alarm) levels on a channel-by-channel basis or across all 12 channels. In addition, the system has twelve digital I/O channels that can be used for multiple alarms or a communication channel for integration with other systems. As an optional extra, the system can be fitted with Modbus TCP/IP, for networking purposes or to enable multiple MTN/5000s to operate together within a larger monitoring or control system.

Contact Pieter Deysel, Instrotech,  011 678-2227, sales@instrotech.co.za

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