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OLi

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Wi-Care Leuven today presented the best news since PV and the 2120, I-DNA. Wi-Care group are one of the largest providers of PDM solutions worldwide.
I-DNA is a stress-wave measurement solution for wireless use for machines rotating down to at least 5 RPM and up to normal speeds.
It contain 2 parts, a hi freq. and a low freq. part and it will collect up to 1-2 minutes of data at high sample rate giving 80kHz data rate, data is decimated and evaluated and sent to the cloud for remote diagnostics anywhere using I-SEE web software. Further info will follow. Current version of sensors can be upgraded and gateway will be remote upgraded. Price will be the same. You can detect under lube, overlube, no lube, failing bearings and metal-metal contact for other reasons  in most machines. Product is developed on requirement, demand from mining industry. First installation delivered in Australia.  If you require a special feature in your wireless monitoring system, contact to discuss the possibilities and terms. Further customer driven improvements will be available soon. 
https://www.wirelessvibration.eu/2501-2/

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Wi-Care Leuven today presented the best news since PV and the 2120, I-DNA. Wi-Care group are one of the largest providers of PDM solutions worldwide.
I-DNA is a stress-wave measurement solution for wireless use for machines rotating down to at least 5 RPM and up to normal speeds.
It contain 2 parts, a hi freq. and a low freq. part and it will collect up to 1-2 minutes of data at high sample rate giving 80kHz data rate, data is decimated and evaluated and sent to the cloud for remote diagnostics anywhere using I-SEE web software. Further info will follow. Current version of sensors can be upgraded and gateway will be remote upgraded. Price will be the same. You can detect under lube, overlube, no lube, failing bearings and metal-metal contact for other reasons  in most machines. Product is developed on requirement, demand from mining industry. First installation delivered in Australia.  If you require a special feature in your wireless monitoring system, contact to discuss the possibilities and terms. Further customer driven improvements will be available soon. 
https://www.wirelessvibration.eu/2501-2/


Hi Oli, this is a similar application to PeakVue, for example, right? It just uses an accelerometer? This isn't a surface acoustic wave (active sensor) type technology?
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Yes it is an improved PV but don't tell I said it, std. accel is used and some more signal treatment like 2 measurement ranges that may be compared so it is brand new tech. Developed by Ray Garvey the last working at you know who with you know what.?
I have a full powerpoint if you like to look at it.

 


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Yes it is an improved PV but don't tell I said it, std. accel is used and some more signal treatment like 2 measurement ranges that may be compared so it is brand new tech. Developed by Ray Garvey the last working at you know who with you know what.?
I have a full powerpoint if you like to look at it.

 



Sure, I'll take a look, thanks. Can you post it here?
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Enjoy, I will have the first data from a Yankee drive tomorrow.

 
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pdf 2018-04-27 WPE_2018 I-DNA – intelligent decimation algorithm.pdf (2.29 MB, 37 views)


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Hi Oli,

this seems to be interesting. We don't see innovation in the vibration world too often other than IT related stuff.

Do you already have some data that you could post?

How is it different from PV/demodulation? What problems does it solve that PV or demodulation don't?
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It's only been operating for a couple of weeks, paper above describe the ideas. Here will the findings be presented when available   https://www.wirelessvibration.eu/articles/
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