DES PLAINES, IL — March 15, 2022 – Regal Rexnord Corporation, a global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of electric motors and controls, power generation products and power transmission components, will display its new Perceptiv™ 2100 Sentry Class wireless sensor alongside its ModSort® Divert and Transfer Module at MODEX 2022, booth B9002. The show will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center (Atlanta, GA) from March 28-31.
Visitors to the company booth can view a demonstration of the new Perceptiv 2100 wireless sensor. The sensor is adaptable for all equipment and industries, offering early detection of equipment issues that require attention before they cause costly problems. The Perceptiv 2100 features simple, wireless installation in both interior and exterior environments. Its onboard battery offers a 2- to 4-year life span and is easily replaced in the field. The sensor reports overall vibration and temperature data via the cloud for predictive maintenance, and is backed by the expert analysis and maintenance recommendations of the experienced Regal Rexnord team. Learn more about Perceptiv Intelligence at perceptiv.com.
Also on display is the ModSort® Divert and Transfer Module. The quiet, safe, modular and scalable sorting system is capable of handling a wider range of package shapes and sizes than most other commercially available transfer station. ModSort eliminates the mechanisms, gaps and safety hazards associated with traditional transfer and pusher stations, as well as the need for package lifting systems, resulting in a quieter system that is easier to install, use and maintain. It can easily be deployed into new or existing conveyor layouts, or placed in-line to create a reliable sorting station.
About Regal Rexnord
Regal Rexnord Corporation (NYSE: RRX) is a global leader in the engineering and manufacturing of electric motors and controls, power generation products and power transmission components, serving customers throughout the world. We create a better tomorrow by energy-efficiently converting power into motion.