FLIR SV87 Vibration and Temperature Remote Sensor


    Wireless sensor measurements provide live remote condition of key mechanical assets.


    Monitor conditions remotely from a mobile device or PC, and receive automatic alerts or emails as soon as abnormal conditions are detected.


    View real-time data and trending charts, review data samples stored every 90 seconds, and export data to CSV files.



FLIR SV87 Remote Sensor

The FLIR SV87 is a battery-powered remote vibration and temperature sensor designed exclusively for the SV87-KIT Vibration Monitoring Solution. It collects vibration and temperature readings every 90 seconds.

This data is automatically sent to the FLIR GW65 Remote Monitoring Gateway via Bluetooth.

  • Sensitivity Range: ±32 g
  • Frequency Range: 10 Hz to 1 kHz
  • Operating Temperature Range: -30°C to 80°C (-22°F to 176°F)
  • Typical battery life: 4 years
  • 3-year warranty
  • For more information on the full vibration monitoring solution please visit the SV87-KIT page at


See the FLIR SV87-KIT Vibration Monitoring Solution for wider applications.

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