eMaint Condition Monitoring

Asset health data, powerful vibration analysis, and AI-driven recommendations. Maximize uptime and strengthen reliability with eMaint Condition Monitoring.

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Meet the Software that Simplifies
Condition Monitoring

Maintenance and reliability teams already know the revolutionary potential of condition monitoring: they can set alarms, predict failures, and recommend the perfect plan of attack.

Vibration is one of the earliest predictors of rotating machinery failure, and rotating assets like motors, fans, and pumps are critical to production. But to many teams, vibration analysis is a lost art, calling for herculean effort, hours of free time, and years of experience.

eMaint Condition Monitoring is the answer: a cloud-based software for monitoring, analyzing, and optimizing asset health. Teams can quickly discover vibration trends and what’s causing them. Vibration is simplified for newcomers, and experts gain access to a powerful analysis platform. Everyone saves time and reduces the labor usually necessary to mine machine data. Going beyond a traditional, siloed software approach, eMaint Condition Monitoring connects to Fluke Reliability wireless vibration sensors and eMaint CMMS.

Maintenance Teams Can:

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Monitor Asset Health

Set up alarms to notify when condition data indicates a possible failure & and trigger eMaint work orders

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Powerful Analysis & AI Recommendations

Explore historical data and share trends across teams. AI analyzes vibration data & recommends actions

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Boost KPIs: Uptime, OEE, MTTR & More

Build a maintenance strategy to end unplanned downtime and drive production

What Does eMaint Condition Monitoring Do?

See Machine Failures Coming

Track your critical assets using Fluke’s innovative wireless sensors, which can send both general and fault-specific alarms based on asset condition data.

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Gives teams access to recent measurements and historical vibration data

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Choose when and how often Fluke sensors capture measurements

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Trigger alarms when vibration levels exceed overall limits or match narrowband indications of faults like misalignment or imbalance

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Right personnel are notified at the right time with detailed condition status

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In-Depth Vibration Analysis & AI Recommendations

eMaint Condition Monitoring gives around-the-clock asset health updates, automatically recognizes the four common vibration faults, and offers an AI diagnostic tool to prescribe maintenance resolutions.

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AI analyzes condition data and gives prescriptive maintenance recommendations

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Recognizes the vibration patterns of the four common machine faults—misalignment, looseness, imbalance, and bearing failure—and prescribes maintenance solutions

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Provides problem, cause, and fix codes, and the ability to mark alarms as dismissed or resolved

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Deep dive into FFT spectrum for advanced analysis: drag & drop graphs that can be configured for easy comparison

Connected Workflows

When condition monitoring software, sensors, and CMMS unite, it empowers teams to build time-saving workflows and automate work orders to generate based on asset condition data.

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Automate work orders to trigger when condition data warns of a failure—can include standard instructions, procedures, or tasks, compliance documents, expected tools and parts

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Send email notifications for condition-based alarms

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Build workflows to auto-assign work orders to relevant personnel, move between users, and bring in operations, inventory, and purchasing

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Dashboards can synthesize asset data and maintenance history to reveal trends

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eMaint Condition Monitoring is versatile: asset monitoring and alarms, vibration analysis tools, and AI diagnostics with prescriptive maintenance recommendations are all at your fingertips.

An Asset Health Software for Your Specific Needs

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Condition Monitoring

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Monitor critical assets, gaining quick insight into vibration levels

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Choose when and how often to capture measurements

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Establish alarms to give updates on asset status and notify the team of possible faults

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Advanced Analysis

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Track and trend overall vibration measurement readings

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Dive into signal data, breaking the FFT spectrum down into components to discover the sources of excess vibration

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Establish narrowband vibration alarms to trigger based on the 4 major vibration faults: misalignment, imbalance, looseness, and bearing failure

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AI Analysis

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AI analysis of vibration signals—you don’t need to be an expert

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Automatically recognizes potential faults & failures in the vibration data

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Recommends maintenance actions to prevent or correct machine failures

Better Together:
CMMS, Sensors, & Condition Monitoring Software

Fluke Reliability’s tools and software are industry-leading in their own categories. But maintenance technologies are even better together. eMaint Condition Monitoring gathers data from Fluke sensors and connects to eMaint CMMS, forming a cloud-based ecosystem for your maintenance data.

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Finding a condition monitoring software, sensor system, and CMMS that work together
seamlessly is rare, and eMaint delivers.

Here’s How Our Sensors and Software Deliver on the Promise of Connected Reliability:

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Fluke 3563 Analysis Vibration Sensor

The Fluke 3563 is a wireless vibration sensor designed for asset monitoring. The heart of the 3563 is a high-frequency, high-resolution piezoelectric sensor that delivers in-depth vibration readings and early fault detection.

What does that mean? Many vibration sensors only sound alarms when the average overall vibration exceeds normal limits. The Fluke 3563, however, goes a step further, offering narrowband alarms that can indicate which of the four common vibration faults is occurring.

Fluke 3563 can recognize the distinct signal patterns for four major types of machine faults:

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eMaint Condition Monitoring

Fluke vibration sensors send data to the cloud, where the data is accessed by eMaint Condition Monitoring, the companion software. eMaint Condition Monitoring lets users view recent measurements and analyze historical data. Maintenance personnel can see overall vibration readings, time waveform readings, or FFT graphs in which signal components are distinguished. eMaint Condition Monitoring also has advanced vibration analysis features for experts, and an AI diagnostic tool for non-experts that provides recommendations, depending on the software package.

eMaint CMMS

eMaint CMMS is a maintenance & reliability software for managing work orders, PMs, assets, parts inventory, KPI reporting, and much more. eMaint CMMS connects to eMaint Condition Monitoring—giving MRO teams vital asset data and the power to automate work orders based on machine condition.

What does that mean? A sensor discovers a fault, and eMaint Condition Monitoring sends vibration alarms to eMaint CMMS. The CMMS automatically generates a work order to begin the process of verifying what’s wrong and fixing the machine. You can also send specific narrowband alarms to eMaint, triggering fault-specific work orders. Going forward, teams can view maintenance and vibration history to gain insight into asset health and optimize maintenance strategy.