The new alignment system consists of a display unit, a 6,5″ touch screen, with a video game realistic graphic user interface and a new set of sensors. By introducing a gyro-powered OmniView function, the screen will always show the machine to be aligned from the same viewing angle as where the operator is positioned, i.e. the system knows where it is in relation to the machine.
The new sensors use a 2nd generation CCD technology with increased capabilities and reliability. Also the sensors have built-in gyroscopes to provide a quick and reliable measurement of vertically mounted machines. They have the smallest form factor on the market, with built-in batteries and Bluetooth communication, which provide for easy access on machines in limited spaces.
The system operates, at continuous measurement, for more than 10 hours between charges. An advanced charging technology gives the display unit 6 hours of operation after only one hour of charging. The sensors can operate for more than 24 hours without charging.
“If we can provide the ultimate shaft alignment system when it comes to usability, we will help thousands of companies worldwide to become more efficient, but also reduce waste of both components and energy. We believe strongly that if all rotating equipment in the world were aligned within its specifications, we would have a much healthier environment. An alignment system that is as easy to use as the NXA will pave way for this.” says Hans Svensson.
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