If it moves or vibrates, know when and how much.
Monnit’s motion and vibration sensors capture data from machines, processes, and critical infrastructure. When excessive vibration, jarring harmonics, or abnormal motion detected, an alert is issued via text, email, or call.
These sensors are offered in compact, AA-battery powered, and industrial-grade devices to support diverse applications and facilities.
Browse Monnit’s wireless accelerometers and vibration sensors, including the award-winning Advanced Vibration Meter, below.
Measure the amount and frequency of machine or equipment vibration to detect imbalances, wear and tear, or sudden movement. Predict maintenance, monitor activity, and prevent future breakdowns with data from this sensor. Or know if a surface or device is stable by detecting non-movement.
This sensor measures acceleration on three axes to detect or resolve issues stemming from angular alignment. The G-Force Snapshot is ideal for assembly line monitoring, where unexpected errors with the inclination can occur. Explore below what this sensor can do for you.
This award-winning sensor uses three axes to monitor vibration, frequency, and duty cycle. The Advanced Vibration Meter is popular for measuring seismic impact on bridges and buildings and monitoring high-RPM machines. See what else this sensor can do for you here.
Remotely monitor the rotation or rise of a parking barrier gate with the Tilt Detection Sensor. The device can sense whether it is “Up,” “Down,” and “Stuck.” Any movement between these regions will be recorded. Click below to learn more.
Accuracy in reporting vibration is critical, and this sensor is up to the job. Manufacturers trust these Vibration Meters to take measurements on three axes to report activity along production lines. Go here to see what else is possible.
A MEMS (microelectromechanical system) is the foundation on which the G-Force Max-Avg Accelerometer is built. The user can configure settings for high pass filter (HPF) mode to monitor the physical integrity of a fence or activity of a wind turbine. Learn more here.
By measuring acceleration on three axes, the Wireless Tilt Sensor can determine pitch and roll. Among its many uses, this sensor can monitor the level of beams at a construction site. Explore what else you can monitor here.
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