Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand E04
Intelligent machine elements provide important measurement data for transparency in the powertrain, This is how they support efficient and predictive machine maintenance. Mayr Antriebstechnik presents at the Hanover Fair 2020 in addition to intelligent solutions for the brake monitoring also new approaches for the networked coupling, The drive specialist invites visitors to think along the new paths.
The key points of Machine maintenance Tomorrow's are a permanent inspection, the needs-based maintenance can be planned and matched to the workload, automated remote maintenance or cross-machine and cross-plant fault analysis. Based on permanent inspection, Mayr power transmission offers solution concepts for predictive maintenance of electromagnetic safety brakes. They are predestined for the maintenance, safety and availability of systems and allow conclusions to be drawn about their operation. The safety brakes are monitored without sensors using the retrofittable Roba-brake-checker module.
Security and reliability become visible
Thanks to the expanded voltage and current analysis, the module detects the movement of the armature plate and thus knows the condition of the brake. The Roba-brake-checker monitors temperature, switching status and wear and pays attention to traction path or traction reserve. These convey whether the magnet is still able to release the brake. With the module, significantly more parameters are now mapped during monitoring than with a conventional switching status control.
In an expanded version, the module has an additional circuit board with a customer-specific interface such as optical, WiFi, IO Link or OPC UA. It supplies data on current, switching time, voltage, power, resistance and relative starting current via this interface. In this way, histories can also be evaluated, abnormalities in the machining process can be quickly recognized and conclusions can be drawn from complex relationships.
Security and reliability become visible, so to speak. Maintenance can be planned and is cost-efficient thanks to permanent inspection. The plant operator or manufacturer can carry out the maintenance in a targeted and coordinated manner for his work process. Integration into remote maintenance systems is also possible.
Smart, networked couplings
In the field of couplings, Mayr has been dealing with process monitoring for over 15 years and works with various systems. For example, the company has the torque measuring Roba-DSM shaft coupling constantly evolving. This provides very precise measurement data. Mayr still does not want to focus on just one measuring system or one sensor type. The applications would be too different for that.
Not every application needs the same data and the same sensors. Here you have to keep an eye on the costs. Because in the area of process monitoring or analysis, the additional cost is often a decision criterion as to whether certain processes are monitored or not. The drive specialist is therefore presenting new, very cost-effective approaches to networked couplings at the Hanover Fair. The company invites visitors to think of new ways.
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Hannover Messe Hall 5, Stand E04 Intelligent machine elements provide important measurement data for transparency in the drive train. This is how they support efficient and predictive machine maintenance. At the Hannover Messe 2020, Mayr Antriebstechnik presents intelligent solutions for brake monitoring as well as new approaches for networked clutches. The drive specialist invites visitors to think along the new paths.
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