DATA ACQUISITION & CONDITION MONITORING
Data acquisition and condition monitoring are important techniques used to collect and analyze data from various types of equipment and systems. They are used to monitor the performance, efficiency and condition of equipment, in order to identify and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.
Data acquisition is the process of collecting and storing data from various sources, such as sensors and instruments, using specialized data acquisition systems. These systems can be used to monitor a wide range of parameters, such as temperature, pressure, vibration, and electrical current, and can be used in a variety of applications, such as manufacturing, industrial automation, and vehicle testing.
Condition monitoring, on the other hand, is the process of analyzing data collected during data acquisition to identify potential issues and predict the failure of equipment. It can also be used to determine the overall health of equipment and predict when it needs maintenance.
Both data acquisition and condition monitoring can be performed using a variety of sensors and instruments, as well as specialized software and algorithms, to analyze and interpret the data collected. This allows organizations to improve the performance and efficiency of their equipment, reduce downtime, and prolong the life of their equipment.