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Vibration On Site Monitoring With Jenlogix

With the Jenlogix on site monitoring system, you can make sure your building is not being affected by local vibration from construction or other events.

 

PR-Inside.com: 2018-02-07 01:12:25
With the Jenlogix on site monitoring system, you can make sure your building is not being affected by local vibration from construction or other events. Construction, demolition or even heavy traffic can often cause unforeseen problems to neighbouring structures due to vibration. Palert+ is a simple system to monitor the impact of this vibration on your building.


With just a single Palert+ unit and an attached multi-coloured light, you can instantly see if the nearby work is causing any impact. Using international vibration standards DIN 4150-3 or ISO 2631, the system can ensure protection for your building. It can be used to make sure that the contractors are not exceeding vibration levels and meeting their compliance requirements. Data is also sent directly to the cloud for engineers to see remotely the issues and direct construction accordingly.


Being cloud based means the engineers can assess the issue and inform the contractors of any remedial action required, even to the point of stopping construction. There are often heavy fines imposed on companies if vibration limits are exceeded. So do not be caught out by damage to your building due to excessive vibration, when the simple Palert+ solution can instantly provide feedback.


Palert+ is one of a family of advanced earthquake P-wave alarm detector systems developed by San Lien in Taiwan, in conjunction with University Research departments, and represented by Jenlogix in Oceania and Americas.


Palert+ is a P-wave sensor equipped with MEMS accelerometers for 18 bit output resolution. When integrated into a network using SCADA or the dedicated controller, the Palert+ provides the ability to trigger digital outputs enabling warnings and other actions to occur before or during an earthquake. With Modbus TCP/RTU capabilities, it is very easy to integrate Palert+ with industrial applications, such as PLC, HMI and SCADA. The Palert+ can stream to 2 hosts and connect to 5 Modbus clients at the same time.


For more information on quake alarms, Palert+ and Jenlogix please go to www.earthquakeearlywarning.systems/ .

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Earthquake Early Warnings

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