A smart system to alert failures
Detects both open and closed failures
on all steam trap types
Uses vibration, ultrasound, and temperature to detect failures
Slide and lock onto pipes of all sizes
7-year battery life
How it Works
Monitors clamp onto the condensate line and communicate through a gateway using LoRa (Long Rang Radio)
Alerts + Dashboard
LTE / 3g
Support up to 100 monitors per gateway
LoRa 915 MHz - 200 meters
indoors, 2 km outdoors
Preconfigured to LTE/3G network directly to our cloud (no WiFi required)
Plug and play
Data is continuously monitored and analyzed by a secure cloud based AI system
Failure alerts are detected accurately and reported autonomously
No additional fees for cloud hosting
Failure alerts emailed directly to designated maintenance personnel
Customized steam trap inventory management in one place
Use visualized data to confirm automated failure alerts
Review health and operating costs of steam traps in real-time
How do Pulse monitors detect failures in steam traps?
Pulse monitors use ultrasound, vibration and temperature to detect failures in steam traps. Once a failure is found, the maintenance team is sent an immediate alert on their phone to replace the faulty steam trap.
How do you install Pulse monitors?
Does Pulse require any on-site connections?
Can Pulse monitoring data be integrated locally?
If required, data can be integrated into your company's internal asset management software using ethernet. Additionally, we can also send data to your cloud from our AWS server.