ReVibe Connect

A technical overview of ReVibe connect

Technical overview of ReVibe Connect

System specifications

The table below provides a technical overview of ReVibe Connect and its capabilities.

The sensor nodes contain proprietary vibration energy harvesting (VEH) technology from ReVibe Energy. The VEH units converts vibrations created by the vibrating screen itself and turns it into the power needed for VibScreen Connect.
The sensor nodes contain proprietary vibration energy harvesting (VEH) technology from ReVibe Energy. The VEH units converts vibrations created by the vibrating screen itself and turns it into the power needed for VibScreen Connect.
The system includes six (6) sensor nodes that all measures vibrations and temperature continuously.

The system will monitor a range of variables that when analyzed provides fault indications:

  • Ramp-up and ramp-down
  • Natural frequency
  • Spring failure
  • Loose parts
  • Bearing analysis
  • Pegging/blinding
  • Screen overload
The sensor nodes are easily attached to the vibrating screen by the use of strong magnets. The gateway will be mounted in close vicinity to the vibrating screen.
The 6 sensor nodes uses BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) to communicate with the BLE Gateway. The gateway communicates the data via Ethernet, WiFi or 4G depending on the customer environment.
All units, sensor nodes and the gateway, are built for IP69K classification to withstand the harshest environments.

Feature

Description

Self-powered sensor nodes

The sensor nodes contain proprietary vibration energy harvesting (VEH) technology from ReVibe Energy. The VEH units converts vibrations created by the vibrating screen itself and turns it into the power needed for ReVibe Connect.

Cloud dashboard

Cloud based real time multi-channel & time synchronized data feed. Customer will be able to view live data and monitor aspects such as operating hours, stroke length, acceleration of the vibration, and other relevant aspects. The cloud dashboard will also include the Machine Health Monitoring features, displaying information around natural frequency, spring failure, loose parts, etc. 

Sensing capabilities

The system includes six (6) sensor nodes that all measures vibrations and temperature continuously. 

Machine Health Monitoring

The system will monitor a range of variables that when analyzed provides fault indications: 

  • Ramp-up and ramp-down
  • Natural frequency
  • Spring failure
  • Loose parts
  • Bearing analysis
  • Pegging/blinding
  • Screen overload

Easy set up & place-and-forget functionality

The sensor nodes are easily attached to the vibrating screen by the use of strong magnets. The gateway will be mounted in close vicinity to the vibrating screen. 

Wireless protocol 

The 6 sensor nodes uses BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) to communicate with the BLE Gateway. The gateway communicates the data via Ethernet, WiFi or 4G depending on the customer environment. 

IP rating

All units, sensor nodes and the gateway, are built for IP69 classification to withstand the harshest environments. 

Get in touch with one of our experts

and see if ReVibe is the condition monitoring system for you

Our experts are looking forward to hearing from you to assess your situation and provide our recommendations if ReVibe Connect is the right choice for you. Throughout the dialogue, our experts will look closer at your particular machines, evaluate the situation you are in and make suggestions on how ReVibe Connect can be integrated and show you the results you can anticipate by using our system. 

Use the ReLog for offline measurements

if you prefer to perform the measurements yourself

If you do not feel ready for a complete condition monitoring system, we offer our vibration data logger – the ReLog. The ReLog can be used to manually gather vibration measurements from the vibrating screen. These can then be analyzed and evaluated through our software VibInspect where you can perform the most relevant analysis, such as an orbit plot, an FFT and spectrogram.