Triaxial accelerometers are a useful combination of three sensing pellets, each taken from a single-axis accelerometer and oriented in a new package to cover all three Euclidean axes, that can quickly evaluate a machine’s condition. Obtaining data from just a single measurement axis can certainly clue you into developing machine faults and their severity, but monitoring all three axes, especially at both ends of the machine, gives the clearest picture of overall machine health.
- Peter Eitnier
- Wilcoxon Sensing Technologies
Over the years, advancement in microchip technology and minimisation of condition monitoring devices has led us to the next generation of condition monitoring triaxial sensor..
- AVT Reliability