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Predictive Maintenance

We realize how important it is for you to keep your industrial operations efficient and reliable. Our predictive maintenance solutions keep maintenance teams informed about the condition of factory and plant equipment at all times. This way, they can see issues coming before failure strikes. Reduce operating expenses by 25% when you diagnose issues early and plan repairs. Knowing what’s around the corner means spending less time in crisis mode.

Azxon
AZN3240 Long-Range Rugged Wireless Temperature Sensor

The AZN3240 is a wireless battery-free temperature sensor. This rugged sensor monitors electric distribution and switching equipment temperatures. Applications include utility-grade electric power distribution, factory and industrial electric service switchgear, and other applications where metal surfaces are common.

Azxon
AZN3250 Rugged Wireless Temperature Sensor

The AZN3250 is a wireless battery-free temperature sensor. This rugged sensor can withstand the extreme temperatures and harsh conditions common in industrial settings. Typical applications include electric motor protection, bearing temperature monitoring, heating and cooling equipment (HVAC) efficiency monitoring, switchgear, and other applications where metal surfaces are common.

Azxon
AZN3254 Rugged Wireless Temperature Sensor

The AZN3254 is a wireless battery-free temperature sensor. This rugged sensor is designed to monitor the temperature of electric distribution switchgear equipment. It stands up to the high voltages and high temperatures inside switchgear cabinets. Typical applications include switchgear contact assemblies, cable heads, busbars, Power distribution Units (PDUs), Ring Main Units (RMUs), and other applications where metal surfaces are common.

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