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Baker Hughes announces Orbit 60 Series condition monitoring platform

September 102019
Baker Hughes announces Orbit 60 Series condition monitoring platform

September 10, 2019 — Baker Hughes, a GE company, announced that its Bently Nevada business, a specialist in condition monitoring with over 60 years of experience, has unveiled its platform, the Orbit 60 Series.

The Orbit 60 Series is a platform that collects and processes data, equipping operators with the right data and analytics to determine the health of their machines. It is designed as an intrinsically cyber-secure machinery monitoring system with a built-in data diode, which enables secure one-way data transfer from the device to Bently Nevada’s machinery management software System 1 for proactive monitoring and diagnostics. The platform is SIL 2 and 3 certified API 670 compliant, meeting the industry standards for safety and performance.

Orbit 60 Series offers 80 data channels. Orbit 60 Series can be rack based or distributed and extended through a modular remote I/O system. Its scalable architecture allows it to connect to a range of assets, from highly critical machinery to general machinery in a variety of industries including oil and gas, power generation, renewables, steel, pulp and paper, and general industrials.


 

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