Online Oil Condition Monitoring

Protecting Your Critical Assets.

Poseidon Systems develops and manufactures real-time condition monitoring sensors & solutions that provide users with reduced O&M costs and improved asset reliability.

Poseidon Systems Deploys Wear Debris CMS Solution on 400 Wind Turbines

Poseidon Systems is excited to announce the deployment of the Trident DM4500, the industry’s leading wear debris condition monitoring solution, across 10 sites within the Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions wind turbine fleet. These sites comprise of Siemens Gamesa, Suzlon, Nordex, and GE wind turbines.

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Industrial IoT

Poseidon Live is a state-of-the-art, cloud based condition monitoring system (CMS) that allows customers to monitor their asset or equipment health in real time. Poseidon’s Industrial IoT system enables customers to seamlessly get their data from their sensors to Poseidon Live and perform multiple data sets including the information from online oil sensors as well as SCADA data.

About Poseidon Systems

We develop and manufacture real-time condition monitoring solutions that provide users with reduced O&M costs and improved asset reliability. Our core expertise is in oil condition monitoring sensors, particularly metallic wear debris monitoring and oil condition monitoring (OCM). We also support the design and production of customer-specific sensing and monitoring solutions.

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Recent Posts

“It is our belief that metallic debris monitoring provides the earliest, most reliable, most cost effective gearbox condition monitoring solution. We install Poseidon’s products on all Revolution gearboxes and recommend their products to all of our customers.”

Bruce Neumiller, CEO – Gearbox Express

“We have been using the Poseidon oil debris sensors since 2011 and have managed many gearbox failures successfully, even over periods greater than two seasons giving ample time for budgeting and planning.”

Art Miller, CBM Specialist – EDF

“Poseidon provided fault detection, six months of severity assessments, and derating recommendations while the vibration monitoring system couldn’t even detect the fault.”

Steve Abe, Operations Manager – AES