FLUKE 3561 FC Vibration Sensors

FLUKE 3561 FC Features

Vibration monitoring system offering a frontline vibration screening and remote monitoring solution.

  • Wireless, compact sensors for a scalable remote monitoring solution
  • Alarms based on user-defined or Fluke Overall Vibration Severity (FOVS) scale thresholds
  • Capture rate: One data point every 120 seconds
  • Visualize data with software trending and graphing
  • Remotely view real-time and historical triaxial vibration, surface temperature data
  • Choose from 1- or 3-year software licenses (where applicable)
  • Battery life: 3 years (varies by usage)
  • Size:
    • Sensor – (H x W) 2.42 in. x 0.95 in.
    • Gateway – (H x W x L) 2.26 in. x 1.55 in. x 1.82 in.
  • Frequency response range: 10 to 1,000 Hz
  • Bluetooth type: Low Energy 4.1
  • IP Rating: IP 67


    Fluke 3561 FC and 3502 Datasheet

    Fluke 3561 FC Brochure

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    FLUKE 3561 FC Vibration Sensors

    The Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensor makes predictive maintenance fast and scalable. Install this 10 – 1,000 hertz (Hz) wireless sensor and begin gathering data immediately. Use this sensor to remotely monitor dangerous or hard-to-reach places for three years. Be alerted to conditional changes with alarming based on the Fluke Overall Vibration Severity (FOVS) scale. Monitor vibration measurements to detect imbalance, misalignment, looseness and bearing wear faults.

    The Fluke Connect™ system grades asset health from 37 machine categories, enabling you to decrease routes and improve uptime by giving you actionable insights.

    Rugged hardware for multiple year use The 3561 FC is compact and lightweight, yet IP67 rated and rugged enough to last in industrial environments.

    Battery life provide 3 years of use. Continuous overall vibration measurement (10-1,000 Hz) for acceleration and velocity for a wide variety of machines.

    Remote monitoring           
    Use the Fluke Connect Condition Monitoring™ (FCCM) software from your computer or mobile device for remote monitoring.

    Sensors and Gateway configuration
    Multiple 3561 FC Vibration Sensors can connect to a single 3502 FC Gateway. The number of gateways needed for an install will be dependent on the location of the equipment being monitored.

    Alarms and alerts 
    FCCM software uses the FOVS scale to grade the health of 37 machine categories and sends alarms to users’ smart devices or computers within seconds of an abnormality.

    Data Trending
    View real-time and historical data in graphs. Use triaxialvibration trends and temperature data, along with alarms, to take maintenance action.

    Connected Reliability System

    Using the Fluke Connect app, compare your vibration data with data from other portable or fixed Fluke tools, and create work orders against the measurement data. Build a reliable maintenance program with more than 80 Fluke Connect tools currently available.

    Minimize maintenance routes and extend asset life by observing triaxial measurements from Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensors via Fluke ConnectTM Condition Monitoring software. Vibration screening notifies users of changes in rotational forces that can damage equipment if left unchecked.

    The Fluke 3561 FC sensors have a frequency range of 10 to 1,000 hertz (Hz), providing teams an early indication of bearing wear, misalignment, looseness, or imbalance.

    • Improve uptime by making data-driven decisions from your desk or the shop floor
    • Fluke Overall Vibration Severity (FOVS) scale provides color-coded gradation of triaxial forces
    • Includes vibration thresholds for 37 machine categories
    • Safely view data from a distance
    • Start collecting data in under an hour

    Case Studies:

    Valley Queen Case Study

    Standard Industrial Vibration Case Study