GE's Bently Nevada AnomAlert Fault and Anomaly Detection System

GE's Bently Nevada AnomAlert is a combined hardware/software system used to detect existing and developing mechanical faults and electrical abnormalities on motors and electric motor-driven equipment, like three-phase AC generators and their prime movers.

When you're monitoring generators in hard-to-reach places, AnomAlert provides both mechanical (unbalance, misalignment, roller bearings) and electrical (loose windings, short circuits) fault detection as well as electrical parameters like voltage/current imbalances and power factor.

AnomAlert measures the power signals to detect changes caused by motor-driven equipment or processes including cavitations, plugged filters and screens.

Key Specifications

  • Low cost condition monitoring of hard-to-reach electrical equipment
  • Enables remote diagnostic service capabilities
  • Improves maintenance planning and reduces unexpected outages
  • Operating temperature range: 32° to 104° F
  • Humidity level: up to 90% RH, non-condensing
  • System 1* Software Extender available to add motors and generators to overall machinery enterprise hierarchy

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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