Online monitoring system

There is an optimal online solution for each situation! Thanks to our mastery of vibration diagnoses and the diversity of our partners' offerings, we will offer you the online monitoring system perfectly suited to your problems.

Study of requirements

The establishment of an online monitoring system requires a preliminary study covering many aspects. Dynae supports you to help and advise you.

  • Protection - monitoring - local diagnosis or remote diagnosis
    Define the appropriate monitoring system according to the customer's objective, the equipment concerned, and its budget. Choice of sensors and measurement locations, indicators, thresholds
  • Network architecture - IT / OT environment
    It is essential to take into account the network architecture rules specific to each company so that the installation of the system is validated by the IT department.
  • Web compatibility - Industry 4.0 - big data
    Data scientists are increasingly exploiting vibration data via data aggregators, which requires the implementation of export tools compatible with Internet language.
  • Cyber ​​security
    Cyber ​​security requirements are constantly increasing and must be integrated right from the start of the study.
  • Cloud solutions
    Hosting data in the cloud is common but requires the implementation of the right architecture.
  • Wireless solutions
    There are various possibilities, each with advantages and constraints, to be integrated into the project. 

Installation / commissioning

A good installation is the basis of a surveillance system’s performance and the guarantee of having no false alarms! Dynae can carry out the various stages from A to Z, with the group's electricity partners, for turnkey supply purposes!

  • Custom-made cabinets and junction boxes: They must meet standards and be documented. We offer boxes designed and wired by Tabelec, a group entity which specialises in this field.

  • Cable trays and cabling: Dynae works in collaboration with Clemessy Services, which ensures quality work is carried out. The EMC rules are respected in order to avoid any interference and untimely alarms.

  • Programming of monitoring modules is at the heart of the monitoring process. It is necessary to adapt the bandwidths, the integration constants, the signal processing, in order to guarantee that all the facility’s faults are detected. 

  • The alarm thresholds are adjusted based on actual measurements, existing standards and our experience depending on the type of machine. 

  • Checking proper operation and commissioning are systematically covered by a report detailing and precisely describing the system in the environment concerned.

  • Training on how to use the systems is adapted to each customer’s requirements: it can relate as much to the use of the configuration and monitoring software as to the basics of vibration analysis to understand and know how to interpret the measurements recorded.

Accelerometers and sensors

The accelerometers offered by Dynae make it possible to meet online and offline measurement requirements. The range has diversified in recent years with wireless sensors, mems, and connected objects...

  • Industrial or laboratory  
  • Monoaxial / Triaxial
  • High temperature  
  • Atex 
  • Integrated cable
  •  IEPE / Capacitive / MEMS
  • Miniature accelerometers  
  • All types of connectors
  • Low / medium / high frequency

Dynae also offers 4-20 mA transmitters, and for the first time IO-Link sensors, delivering various indicators: overall effective or peak-to-peak levels, raw signals, temperature, etc.

Monitoring Modules

The monitoring modules power the sensors, process the signals, record them and communicate them.

The information transmitted can be of various kinds: alarms, dangers, overall indicators, spectra, time signals, etc.

The types of communication used between modules, supervisions and/or PLCs are numerous: ON/OFF / 4-20mA / modbus TCP / Profinet / Ethernet IP / Ethercat / TCP/IP / OPC UA / wireless…

Each module will also be distinguished according to its signal processing capacities (synchronous or multiplexed acquisition), its environment (speed of rotation, load, process conditions, etc.), and the responsiveness of the measurement chain (minimum response time to transmit an alarm).