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Whitelegg Machines has announced that it will exhibit at the upcoming Maintec 2010 event.

The company has also invited Tim Thomas, senior engineer of Baker Instrument Company, to join it at the event.

On Stand F6, Thomas will be giving a learn-shop presentation on aspects of motor condition monitoring.

As well as showing a range of instruments for the online and offline testing and monitoring of electric motors, Whitelegg will be launching NetEP: its online motor monitoring network-based system.

This is an automated system for the monitoring of electrical rotating equipment.

The instrument will monitor 40+ parameters on up to 32 motors and on up to seven voltage buses.

Benefits to the user include the automated evaluation of critical assets from the convenience of the office or anywhere an internet connection is available.

With the ability to monitor multiple motors simultaneously, this instrument will supply important data along with saving time in comparison with route-based instrumentation, according to the company.

NetEP will notify the user of alarm situations, maintain all database functionality and trend all data for enhanced analysis.

Tests include power quality, rotor bar integrity, torque ripple and the transient analysis of motor start-ups.

Whitelegg Machines is the UK and Ireland sales and support agent for US-based Baker Instrument Company.

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