GE's Bently Nevada 3500 Series Machinery Monitoring System

GE's Bently Nevada 3500 Series is a rack-based digital system for continuous, online equipment monitoring. The fully modular and flexible 3500 series can be designed for a wide variety of machinery measurement parameters with self-checking fault tolerant features.

The 3500 system is often used in steam turbines, industrial gas turbines, screw compressors, agitators, mixers, and cooling tower/heat exchanger fans.

Key Specifications

  • Two, four, six, or nine input channels
  • Choice of monitored parameters: vibration, axial thrust position, eccentricity, differential expansion, acceleration, velocity, valve position, stator end winding, rotor acceleration, reverse rotation, temperature, pressure, process variables, impulse/velocity, reciprocating compressor cylinder pressure, leakage current, line voltage leach, and more
  • Modular rack-mounted system for optimal flexibility
  • Meets API 670 & API 618 requirements
  • Systems include inputs, interface modules, power supplies, monitors, relay modules, communications, operator display, and software
  • Compatible with System 1 condition monitoring & diagnostic software

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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