Matrix+ the wireless and battery vibration monitoring system FAQ

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Matrix+ the wireless and battery vibration monitoring system FAQ

Minimalistic sensor for vibration detection applications 

What does the Matrix+ Vibration  system do? The sensors monitor for vibration levels at high speed and will count the amount of ‘vibration events’ over a given period. When the sensor reports into the CDLSmartHub™ , alerts can be generated via sms/email to configured recipients. Each sensor can be named in the platform which will…

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Vibration monitoring and IoT

Vibration monitoring and IoT  CDL has a long heritage of monitoring for vibration events, applications have been wide and varied to say the least. From monitoring the effects of waves on a Lighthouse in Cornwall, to monitoring for potentially damaging vibration levels on a 4.6 billion Year old meteorite at the Natural History museum. More regular applications include mainly monitoring construction…

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Still using old style remote data loggers? Why?

STILL USING OLD STYLE REMOTE DATA LOGGERS? WHY?

Are you still using old style unconnected data loggers, and if so, why? The latest generation of “connected” remote data loggers or remote monitoring systems – now usually known as IoT or Internet of Things devices are available from CDL. You can read more about us in Engineering Update Easy to deploy, cost effective and…

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Bespoke Industrial IoT Solutions; fast!

From initial discussions to 100 Beta products designed, made, tested and installed [in another country] and giving really useful data took less than 10 weeks. CDL were one of the early movers in Industrial IoT. We specialise in Machinery Management and Built Environment monitoring and control. Now a well established company with 1000’s of installations…

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Damp Social Housing, a Nightmare for Tenants and Landlords!

The Damp “Stats” and Why You Should Read On Nearly 11,000 tenants have claimed compensation for damp, leaks and damage in their council homes. Local authorities in England have paid out more than £35m in compensation and legal fees. The latest local government budget data shows £1.7bn a year earmarked for maintaining and repairing council…

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RDL VIBE Remote Vibration Monitoring – it’s easy to set up!

We wanted to show you how easy it is to connect the RDL VIBE remote vibration monitoring system to the CDL SmartHub, and have your data monitored and visible, on-line and in record time.   What is the RDL Vibe remote vibration monitoring system? The RDL Vibe offers up to 2 triaxial low frequency Geophones…

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New Remote Monitoring pages that made the cut on our website…

IIPSI 3D Model

With the New Year ahead, we would like to draw your attention to a range of new content throughout our website. The new content aims to demonstrate the range of industries and applications remote monitoring is supporting. Remote Monitoring Solution Pages Field & Site remote monitoring: For battery powered, robust units that can operate literally…

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RDL//Vibe 1: Bulldozer 0 – it was no contest!

The Bulldozer on site

When Caption Data say their products are rugged, people generally just take it at face value. Our customer UA Antia took that approach as well when they bought one of their latest instruments from us. No discussion on what rugged really meant. A few months later they contacted us to say this particular unit had been…

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We’re picking up good vibrations from Building Engineer

CABE Chartered Association of Building Engineers Building Engineers Journal

Thank you to the team behind the Building Engineer, the journal of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (CABE) for accepting our contribution covering the story of how continuous vibration monitoring of a demolition site in central is helping to protect a church and glass house.  And a special thanks to Carol Langham for all of…

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The RDL//Vibe for low frequency vibration monitoring applications

low frequency vibration monitoring at Longships Lighthouse

Many applications of vibration monitoring equipment require low frequencies to fully understand the effects of vibration on properties and structures, from nearby disturbances. Typical Geophones and vibration monitoring systems measure Peak Particle Velocity with a frequency range from 4.5 Hz to 100 Hz. This can result in underestimated and inaccurate low frequency vibration recordings of…

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