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Part Number: 140734-07
Manufacturer: Bently Nevada
Product Type: Module
Availability: In Stock
Function: PWA Monitor Module
Country of Manufacture: United States (USA)
140734-07 is a PWA Monitor Module developed by Bently Nevada. The Module collects data from sensors and transducers installed on the monitored machinery. It serves as an interface between the sensors and the control system, allowing for real-time monitoring and analysis of key parameters such as vibration, temperature, pressure, and other relevant variables. The module incorporates signal processing algorithms and diagnostic capabilities to interpret the sensor data and provide valuable insights into the health and performance of the monitored machinery. It can detect anomalies, deviations, and potential faults, allowing operators and maintenance personnel to take timely corrective actions and prevent costly equipment failures or downtime.
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What is 140734-07?
It is a PWA Monitor Module developed by Bently Nevada.
What does the TX/RX LED indicate?
It is an indicator that shows the communication status of the system with other modules in the 3500 rack. When the LED is blinking or lit, it indicates active communication between modules.
What does the Bypass LED indicate?
It shows when the system is in Bypass Mode. When the LED is lit, it signifies that the system is operating in bypass mode, which typically occurs during maintenance or troubleshooting.
What are the buffered transducer outputs?
The front of each monitor in the system has one coaxial connector for each channel. These connectors are used for the buffered transducer outputs, which allow for the connection of external devices or equipment to receive the monitored signal. The buffered transducer outputs are designed to protect against short circuits.