Wireless, synchronous Live Measurement Data Transmission
TEDIASENS systems provide a WLAN-based live measurement data transmission via wireless access point to a PC. If several TEDIASENS radio nodes are in use at the same time, they can be operated as a wireless sensor network with high bandwidth and synchronicity of the data recording. Thanks to synchronous data recording, TEDIASENS is virtually a cable replacement. The systems are used in portable service applications such as machine diagnostics as well as field and object measurements. TEDIASENS is designed to meet the high demands of vibration measurement and acceleration measurement with industrial accelerometers. Speed, displacement, pressure, flow sensors or rotary encoder sensors and light barriers can also be transmitted synchronously by TEDIASENS. The power supply of the sensor nodes takes place via an integrated battery. This is industry 4.0 to go!
Product Types – Wireless Data Transmission Vibration and Oscillation Measurement Systems – Synchronous Measurement Data Transmission
Sensor Node Type SN-I (Sensor-Node-Internal) are equipped with a 3-axis accelerometer.
Sensor Node Type SN-X (Sensor-Node) offers 3 BNC sockets in order to connect external sensors. The SN-X are identical with SN-I sensor nodes, except:
TEDIASENS-LN Series (Logging-Node)
In addition to the TEDIASENS systems, which are used for synchronous live measurement data acquisition and are often used for short measurement times with online evaluation, ELOVIS develops customized LOGGING-NODE systems for long-term condition monitoring of machines or systems with radio connection. Depending on the type, LOGGING-NODE measurement systems are created with internal and external sensors for different measuring quantities. The measured data can be continuously or periodically monitored and recorded over several years. Selected measurement data, alarms or preprocessed signal characteristics are transmitted by radio to a gateway, which provides the data to the network.
Compared to wired condition monitoring systems, the LOGGING-NODE systems offer the following advantages:
Technical Data – Wireless Data Transmission Vibration and Oscillation Measurement Systems – Synchronous Measurement Data Transmission
|TEDIASENS||SN-I||SN-X||LN-I / LN-X / LN-XT|
|Type of Radio Node||Sensor node with internal sensor technology||Sensor node for connection of external sensor technology||Sensor node with internal sensor or for connection of external sensor technology|
|Radio Interface||WLAN||WLAN||2,4 GHz IEEE 802.15.4|
|Monitoring Type||Continuously||Continuously||Periodically or continuously|
|External Measurement Channels||None||3 sensor channels per node||Depending on application|
|Integrated measurement channels||3 Acceleration sensors per node||None||Up to 4|
|Integrated sensor technology||Acceleration||–||Acceleration piezoelectric, position, temperature, geophone, MEMS, slope|
|Measurement Range||±10 g (optional: ±100 g)||Input voltage range ±1 V; ±10 V available||Depending on application|
|Measurement Accuracy||2 mg (RMS) [at ±100g -> 5 mg]||–||Depending on application|
|Sensor connection / interfaces external channels||–||optionally BNC or LEMO; IEPE supply 18 V; 2mA; switchable||0…5 V, ± 5 V, 0…10 V, 4 – 20 mA, R-Measurement Bridge, digital|
|Input Coupling||–||AC/DC available||Depending on application|
|Bandwidth||1 Hz – 8 kHz (-3dB)||DC/0,4 Hz – 8,6 kHz (-3dB)||Depending on application|
|AD converter resolution||24bit||24bit||16 bit or 24 bit|
|Sampling rate / data acquisition||max. 13 kHz per channel||max. 13 kHz per channel||≤40 kHz at 16-Bit|
|SNR||109,5dB (RMS, broadband)||109,5dB RMS broadband||Depending on application|
|Channel Sampling||Simultaneously||Simultaneously||Depending on application|
|Synchronicity||1 µs standard deviation||1 µs standard deviation||Optional|
|Data rate per sensor node||1 MBit/s||1 MBit/s||Depending on appcliation|
|Sensor nodes per system||1 to 40 (typically: 10)||1 to 40 (typically: 10)||depending on application|
|Range free field 802.11g||138 m isotropic||138 m isotropic||depending on application|
|Power Supply||interneral battery / power supply unit optionally (lower analog performance)||interneral battery / power supply unit optionally (lower analog performance)||internal battery or 10-30 V power supply|
|Measurement Period||typ. 7-9 h in battery mode||typ. 7-9 h in battery mode||1 – 10 Years|
|Battery Charge Time||Max. 3 h||Max. 3 h||Depending on application|
|Operation||1 switch, or via driver software||1 switch, or via driver software||Depending on application|
|Display||4 LEDs (wireless or battery mode)||4 LEDs (wireless or battery mode)||Depending on application|
|Dimensions||40 x 40 x 82 mm³ (without antenna)||114,1 x 63,5 x 30,0 mm³ (without antenna)||ab 50 x 50 x 20 mm³|
|Weigth||220 g||270 g (including battery and antenna)||ab 30 g|
|Protection Class||IP 67||IP 54||IP 54, on demand up to IP 67|
|Storage||–||–||up to 4 Mio. measurement values (when using microSD card up to 4 billion measurement values)|
|Measurement Trigger||–||–||Schedule, Vibration, exceeding thresholds, radio|
Accessories – Wireless Data Transmission Vibration and Oscillation Measurement Systems – Synchronous Measurement Data Transmission
|The TDS-GUI configuration and monitoring software is used to operate, display and store TDS measurement values on a PC, laptop or tablet computer.|
Wireless Data Transmission Vibration and Oscillation Measurement Systems – Synchronous Measurement Data Transmission
SN-X: Sensor Node External
– Radio node for connection of external sensors (3 IEPE channels)
SN-I: Sensor Node Internal
– Radio node with integrated 3-axis accelerometer
AP: Access Point
– Wireless LAN: 802.11g
– ELOVIS GUI: graphical user interface – LabView based
Videos – Wireless Data Transmission Vibration and Osciallation Measurement Systems
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Video regarding Wireless Data Transmission Vibration and Oscillation Measurement Systems
Synchronous Wireless Measurement Data Transmission
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