Tag: Sensors

Is there anything to monitor the condition of cables?

igu-blog-adm | 9. July 2019

With CF.Q, CF.D and CF.P, igus has three sensors in the product range that are designed for chainflex cables. CF.Q is the sensor for the electrical specifications of chainflex cables Belongs to prevention of crash and can be used without an additional module Indicates changes in the electrical properties In the event of a fault, […]

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Can I monitor the condition of energy chains on the computer?

igu-blog-adm | 9. July 2019

All igus energy chain sensors (push/pull monitoring, abrasion, motion, wear measurement, break detection) can be connected to an icom or icom. plus module. The module can transmit the measurement data to an equipment monitor or a computer, where they are displayed individually or in a dashboard. The advantage of the display and use on the […]

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What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

igu-blog-adm | 8. July 2019

When computers and machines learn from collected data and derive an action from it, one speaks of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The term machine learning is also used in the machine sector. In private life, one example is that of users of music streaming services. Here an algorithm constantly learns from the behaviour of the user: […]

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Do I need Internet for monitoring my equipment?

igu-blog-adm | 8. July 2019

No, you do not need that. In monitoring their own production, every entrepreneur can decide for himself how much he wants to digitise and utilise the opportunities offered by the Internet of Things. Not everyone is already connected and not everyone wants to network. Many are concerned about transferring their sensitive company data to external […]

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What is predictive maintenance?

igu-blog-adm | 7. July 2019

Predictive maintenance means not too early, not too late, ideally planned and accompanied by the sensible use of human resource. Prescribed maintenance intervals may be too late due to more intensive use of a machine and the equipment might already be on the verge of failure. Too early maintenance, on the one hand, may send […]

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