SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT) Series

SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT) Series
SKF Machine
Condition Transmitters
(MCT) Series
Introduction
The CMSS 500 Series of SKF Machine
Condition Transmitters (MCT) are 4-20
mA Transmitters. They convert part of
the input signal to a 4-20 mA output
proportional to the overall measurement
and can be directly interfaced to an
existing process control system (PLC or
DCS). Combining transmitters with a
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
or a Distributed Control System (DCS)
results in a high density, low cost vibration
monitoring system.
Features
• Low Cost System for Continuous
Condition Monitoring
– With Alert and Danger Alarms as two
independent set points with LED alarm
indicators and output relay contacts
– Trip Multiply
– Remote Reset
– Fault Detection
• Compact DIN-Rail Mount, for both
“G”-Rail and “T”-Rail
• Two Buffered Acceleration Outputs
• 4-20 mA DC Output Signal
• Small Size Due to Surface Mount
Technology (SMT)
The MCT modules have a number of factory
set and user selectable configuration options
to tailor the modules to the specific application
needs. Furthermore the MCTs can be ordered as
a price sensitive basic model or as a stand alone
Monitor.
The basic model provides a sensor input, a
buffered BNC output, a buffered screw-terminal
output and a 4-20 mA output suitable for a
direct connection to a process control system.
When ordered with the Monitor option, the
unit includes in addition an alarm module front
panel, trip-multiply function, two alarm relays
and one transducer ‘OK’ relay. The alarm
module has a front panel accessible BNC
connector and an associated selector switch for
reading the current vibration or alarm set points
(alert and danger respectively) with a standard
digital voltmeter, without opening the housing.
Series of Machine Condition
Transmitters (MCT) Include
• CMSS 530(A) Velocity Transmitter
• CMSS 590(A) Enveloped Acceleration
Transmitter
• CMSS 525(A) Acceleration Transmitter
• CMSS 540(A) Displacement Transmitter
• CMSS 545(A) Position Transmitter
• CMSS 570(A) Temperature Transmitter
Approvals
The Machine Condition Transmitters
(MCT) Series is CE approved. In order
to stay within the CE conformity, the
installation should be within a closed metal
enclosure and shielded power and signal cables
should be used. Refer to the manuals and the
CE approved installation guide supplied with the
unit(s) for installations details.
Other MCT module system components,
including power supplies and sensor, must also
be CE approved for the industrial environment.
The CSA electrical safety approval is pending.
SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
CMSS 530(A) Series Velocity Module
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CMSS 530(A) Series Velocity Module
Introduction
The Machine Condition Transmitter
(MCT) CMSS 530 is a 4-20 mA Velocity
Transmitter. It converts part of the wideband input signal to a signal proportional
to the RMS or Peak (True Peak) value
of the velocity signal and can be directly
interfaced to a process control system
(PLC or DCS).
Functional Description
Accelerometers with a built-in amplifier
(ICP), a Velocity Transducer or an
Electromechanical Pick Up Sensor are
input for the CMSS 530 Velocity Module.
The conversion of the pre-amplified
wide-band raw signal to a standard
ISO or non-standard velocity signal is
done by filtering, integration and analog
true RMS or True Peak conversion. The
full-scale value for the velocity signal
is converted to a 4-20 mA DC output
current and can be further converted to
a 1-5 V DC output voltage by using a
250-Ohm precision resistor.
With the Monitor, option the derived
velocity signal is compared with the
alert and danger alarm level preset
(set points). These set points are
adjustable via two front panel accessible
potentiometers, from 0 to 110% of full
scale and directly measured on the BNC
output connector of the monitor module.
Each has an adjustable delay of 0.1
to 10 seconds. Relay contacts can be
independently configured by the user for
either Normally Open (NO) (standard) or
Normally Closed (NC) operation. Relays
are normally de-energized and can be
configured for latching or non-latching
(standard) operation. Latched alarms
may be reset locally or by remote contact
closure. Single Pole Double Throw
(SPST) output relay contacts are rated 5
Amps at 30 Vdc or 125 Vac for resistive
loads. The Monitor option also provides
the Trip Multiply feature, basically a set
point multiplication of either 2x or 3x via
contact closure.
The second BNC connector mounted on
the front of the Transmitter unit provides
easy access to the buffered transducer
output signal. This includes both the
unfiltered vibration signal, and the DC
bias voltage.
Portable test equipment or analyzers
like the SKF Microlog can be connected
to this output without disturbing
other system outputs. The buffered
transducer output signal is also available
on the screw terminal connector for a
permanent connection when needed.
Normally, the MCT module measures
velocity signals from vibrations
in a broadband according to ISO
(International Standard Organization)
Standards. ISO 10816-1 to ISO 108166 are the reference standards for the
measurement and evaluation of vibration
intensity levels. Standard Transmitters,
like the 10 Hz to 1.0 kHz filter-module,
are available with the Model Number
extension ‘-ISO’.
Dependent on the type of machine and
its rotational speed, other (non-ISO)
filters with various corner frequencies
from 2 Hz to 2.0 kHz in the broadband
can be selected. Velocity is measured in
Metric units (mm/s RMS) or in English
units (in/s True Peak or RMS). The
velocity signal directly relates to the
vibration energy.
Sensitivity and Range
Selection
To match the sensor signal output
characteristics with the MCT module
The Machine Condition Transmitter (MCT) CMSS
530(A) Velocity Module is also available as a Basic
Model (pictured at right) or as a stand-alone
Monitor (left).
input sensitivity, the input signal is
amplified by a jumper-selectable one
of five fixed range values before it is
processed. These jumper settings also
define the full-scale range selection of
the signal and the output level of the
buffered velocity output signal.
The MCT CMSS 530 Velocity is factory
calibrated in Metric (mm/s RMS) or in
English (in/s True Peak or RMS) units.
This must be specified in the ordering
code for the MCT module. The full scale
range 2 is the factory preset.
Table 1. Full Scale, based on 100 mV/g sensor input*.
Range 1
Range 2
Factory Preset
Range 3
Range 4
Range 5**
English (IPS, RMS or
True Peak)
0.5
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
Metric (mm/s RMS)
12.5
25.0
37.5
50.0
62.5
System
* Full scale ranges are multiplied by 3.3 if 30 mV/g sensor is used and by 10.0 if 10 mV/g sensor is used. The same values in Table 1 only apply for the 30 mV/g sensor or the 10 mV/g sensor when specified in the
ordering code for the MCT module.
**Higher full scale values can be supplied when specified in the ordering code for the MCT module.
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CMSS 530(A) Series Velocity Module
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CMSS 530(A) Series Velocity Module
Specifications
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage: +24 V DC (23 V to 28 V). Reverse
polarity and transient protection included.
Supply Current: CMSS 530 – 55 mA
CMSS 530A – 110 mA
Total Power: 3.1 W maximum
External Fuse: F250 mA/250 V
Relay Ratings:
Switching Voltage: 30 V DC maximum or 125 V AC
Switching Current: 5 A maximum
INPUT
Sensor: Accelerometer, Velocity Transducer or
Electromechanical Pick Up
Sensor Sensitivity: 100 mV/g, 100 mV/in/sec, 500
mV/in/sec; or specified.
TIP –For rolling element bearing applications with
high vibration levels, before using a sensor with
less sensitivity, select a higher full-scale of up
to 5.0 in/sec.
Sensor Approvals: For CE approved systems, the
sensor must be CE approved.
Sensor OK Detection: Continuously
monitors the transmitter bias
and signal voltage. If this voltage
exceeds preset limits, the 4-20 mA
output current is reduced to less
than 2 mA (typically 0 mA).
OUTPUT
Buffered Acceleration Output:
BNC Connector, Screw terminal
Sensitivity: Depending on used sensor input
sensitivity, ± 10%
4-20 mA DC Output: 4-20 mA proportional to the
full-scale range.
Accuracy: ± 0.5% of full-scale range.
TIP –A precision 250 Ohm resistor will convert
the 4-20 mA current reading into a 1-5 V
dc reading suitable for a direct connection to
a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) or a
Distributed Control System (DCS).
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: -4 °F to +176 °F (-20 °C
to +80 °C)
Storage Temperature: -67 °F to +257 °F (-55 °C
to +125 °C)
Relative Humidity: 0-95% Relative Humidity NonCondensing
MECHANICAL
Weight: 6.0 Ounces (170 Grams)
Enclosure: Thermoplast ABS
Color: Black, with gray front panel
Connectors: 12-pole screw terminal, 2 BNC’s and
two 6-pole pluggable connectors.
Mounting: 32mm (G style) or 35mm (T style)
DIN-Rail
Dimensions:Length: 3.11 inches(79 mm)
Base: 1.80 inches(46 mm)
Height: 3.95 inches(100 mm)
Ordering Information
The ordering code for the MCT CMSS
530 Velocity Module includes information
about its basic measurement system and
filter options.
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Example: CMSS 530A100A-ER-ISO Velocity Transmitter
with Monitor (Stand-Alone). Input 100 mV/g
Accelerometer, English System, RMS Detection
and ISO Filter Band From 10 Hz to 1.0 kHz.
Accessories
• CMSS 500-HSG-00 NEMA 4 (Steel box, painted), IP 66,
no BNC’s, houses one (1) to four (4) MCT’s with companion
monitor. Includes Power Supply and Wire Kit.
– CMSS 500-PWRSUP +24 Vdc, 600 mA Power Supply,
adequate for up to four (4) MCT’s with companion
monitor, CE certified.
– CMSS 500-WIRE Wire kit, color coded to wire four (4)
MCT’s.
• CMSS 500-INSTALL Installation charge for factory
installation and wiring of MCT Modules. (MCT Modules
must be ordered separately.)
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SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
CMSS 590(A) Enveloped Acceleration Module
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CMSS 590(A) Enveloped Acceleration Module
Introduction
The Machine Condition Transmitter (MCT)
CMSS 590 is a 4-20 mA Enveloped
Acceleration Transmitter. Used in
conjunction with a low-impedance
accelerometer, it processes the dynamic
vibration acceleration input signal to
distinguish repetitive impacts generated
by over-rolling bearing defects or
gearbox problems. The output is a
standard 4-20 mA current proportional
to the overall energy in the specified filter
band and is suitable for direct connection
to a Programmable Logic Controller
(PLC) or Distributed Control System
(DCS).
Functional Description
Accelerometers with a built-in amplifier
(ICP) are the input for the CMSS 590
Enveloped Acceleration Module. The
conversion of the pre-amplified wideband raw acceleration signal to a
proportional peak value of the defect
signal is done by pass band filtering,
rectifying and low-pass filtering.
The full-scale value for the derived
enveloped acceleration signal is
converted to a 4-20 mA DC output
current and can be further be converted
to a 1-5 V DC output voltage by using a
250-Ohm precision resistor.
With the Monitor option the derived
signal, representing the enveloped
acceleration signal, is compared with
the alert and danger alarm level preset
(set points). These set points are
adjustable via two front panel accessible
potentiometers, from 0 to 110% of full
scale and directly measured on the BNC
output connector of the monitor module.
Each has an adjustable delay of 0.1
to 10 seconds. Relay contacts can be
independently configured by the user for
either Normally Open (NO) (standard) or
Normally Closed (NC) operation. Relays
are normally de-energized and can be
configured for latching or non-latching
(standard) operation. Latched alarms
may be reset locally or by remote contact
closure. SPST (Single Pole Double
Throw) output relay contacts are rated 5
Amps at 30 Vdc or 125 Vac for resistive
loads. The Monitor option also provides
the Trip Multiply feature, basically a set
point multiplication of either 2x or 3x via
contact closure.
The second BNC connector mounted on
the front of the Transmitter unit provides
easy access to the buffered transducer
output signal. This includes both the
unfiltered acceleration signal, and the DC
bias voltage. Portable test equipment
or analyzers like the SKF Microlog can
be connected to this output without
disturbing other system outputs. The
buffered transducer output signal is
also available on the screw terminal
connector for a permanent connection
when needed.
Sensitivity and Range
Selection
To match the sensor signal output
characteristics with the MCT module
input sensitivity, the input signal is
amplified by a jumper-selectable one
of three fixed range values before it is
processed. These jumper settings also
define the full-scale range of the signal.
Table 1. Full-Scale, based on 100 mV/g sensor
input*.
Unit
Range 1
Range 2
Range 3
gE
(Enveloped
Acceleration)
10
30
80
* Full-scale ranges are multiplied by 3.3 if
30 mV/g sensors are used and by 10.0 if
10 mV/g sensors are used.
The Machine Condition Transmitter (MCT) CMSS
590(A) Enveloped Acceleration Module is also
available as a Basic Model (pictured at left) or a
stand-alone Monitor (right).
The MCT CMSS 590 Enveloped
Acceleration is factory calibrated in gE. A
gE is the engineering unit for enveloped
acceleration and is acceptable in both the
English and Metric communities. The
full-scale range 1 is the factory preset.
Filter Selection
The MCT CMSS 590 ENV is delivered
with three standard band pass filters.
Table 2 shows the available filter for each
unit.
The factory preset for the MCT CMSS
590 modules is Filter #3 (500 to 10,000
Hz).
The filter selection to obtain the proper
band pass for the application can be
defined using the following guideline:
• The low frequency roll off of the pass
band filter to eliminate rotational
components is:
Fmin > = 10 x RPM / 60
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CMSS 590(A) Enveloped Acceleration Module
Ordering Information
Table 2. Integrated Enveloped Acceleration Filter.
Band Number
(Microlog)
Band Pass Filter
Frequency (Hz)
Setting of Fmax
in Microlog for
Comparison (Hz)
#2
50 to 1,000
100
-44
E4 and E7
Filter Option
(MCT)
Jumper
#3
500 to 10,000
1,000
-66
E3 and E6
#4
5,000 to 40,000
10,000
-88
E2 and E5
Specifications
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage: +24 V DC (23 V to 28 V). Reverse
polarity and transient protection included
Supply Current: CMSS 590 – 75 mA maximum
CMSS 590A – 125 mA maximum
Total Power: 3.5 W maximum
External Fuse: F250 mA/250 V
Relay Ratings:
Switching Voltage: 30 V DC maximum or 125 V AC
Switching Current: 5 A maximum
INPUT
Sensor: Accelerometer
Sensor Sensitivity: 100 mV/g
TIP – To achieve greater full-scale values (greater
than 80 g) connect a 30 mV/g sensor.
Sensor Approvals: For CE approved systems, the
sensor must be CE approved.
Sensor OK Detection: Continuously monitors the
transmitter bias and signal voltage. If this voltage
exceeds pre-set limits, the 4-20 mA output current
is reduced to less than 2 mA (typically 0 mA).
OUTPUT
Buffered Acceleration Output: BNC Connector,
Screw terminal
Sensitivity: Depending on used sensor input
sensitivity, ± 10%
4-20 mA DC Output: 4-20 mA proportional to the
full-scale range.
Accuracy: ± 0.5% of full-scale range.
TIP – A precision 250-Ohm resistor will convert
the 4-20 mA current reading into a 1-5 V dc
reading suitable for a direct connection to a
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) or a
Distributed Control System (DCS).
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: -4 °F to +176 °F (-20 °C
to +80°C)
Storage Temperature: -67 °F to +257 °F (-55 °C
to +125 °C)
Relative Humidity: 0-95% Relative Humidity NonCondensing
MECHANICAL
Weight: 6.0 Ounces (170 Grams)
Enclosure: Thermoplast ABS
Color: Black, with gray front panel
Connectors: 12-pole screw terminal, 2 BNC’s and
two 6-pole pluggable connectors.
Mounting: 32 mm (G style) or 35 mm (T style)
DIN-Rail
Dimensions:Length: 3.11 inches (79 mm)
Base: 1.80 inches (46 mm)
Height: 3.95 inches (100 mm)
• CMSS 590A100A Enveloped
Acceleration Transmitter StandAlone Monitor. Input 100 mV/g
Accelerometer.
• CMSS 590-100A Enveloped
Acceleration Transmitter Basic Model.
Input 100 mV/g Accelerometer.
The ordering code for the Machine
Condition Transmitter (MCT) CMSS
590 Enveloped Acceleration Module
includes information about which
model, basic or stand-alone unit, and
its input sensitivity.
Example: Ordering the MCT with
the Model Number CMSS
590A100A specifies a standalone enveloped acceleration
transmitter configured to
use with a 100 mV/g lowimpedance, constant current
powered accelerometer.
Accessories
• CMSS 500-HSG-00 NEMA 4 (Steel
box, painted), IP 66, no BNC’s,
houses one (1) to four (4) MCT’s with
companion monitor. Includes Power
Supply and Wire Kit.
– CMSS 500-PWRSUP +24 Vdc, 600
mA Power Supply, adequate for up
to four (4) MCT’s with companion
monitor, CE certified.
– CMSS 500-WIRE Wire kit, color
coded to wire four (4) MCT’s.
• CMSS 500-INSTALL Installation
charge for factory installation and
wiring of MCT Modules. (MCT Modules
must be ordered separately.)
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CMSS 525(A) Series Transmitter/Monitor
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CMSS 525(A) Series Acceleration Transmitter/Monitor
Introduction
Specifications
Buffered Output
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage: +24 V DC (23
V to 28 V). Reverse polarity and
transient protection included.
Supply Current:
CMSS 525 – 55 mA
CMSS 525A – 110 mA
Total Power: 3.1 W maximum
External Fuse: F250 mA/250 V
Relay Ratings:
Switching Voltage: 30 V DC
maximum or 125 V AC
Switching Current: 5 A maximum
The CMSS 525(A) Series are vibration acceleration transmitters/
monitors. They are compatible with piezo, voltage output
accelerometer inputs, they provide a 4-20 mA output proportional to
the overall measurement. Each unit provides power for the associated
transducer, processes the vibration signal to determine overall
amplitude, and outputs a 4-20 mA dc current that is proportional
to a user specified range such as 0-10 g’s in RMS Peak detection.
Combining transmitters with an existing PLC or DCS system results in
a high density, low cost vibration monitoring system. When specified
with the alarm feature, the unit functions as a complete single channel
monitor that includes alert and danger alarms, and output relays.
A BNC connector mounted on the front of the unit provides access to
the buffered transducer output signal. This includes both the unfiltered
vibration signal, and the DC bias voltage. Portable test equipment or
analyzers can be connected to this output without disturbing other
system outputs.
Fault Detection
On board fault detection circuitry continuously monitors the transducer
for normal operation. If a fault occurs, the output current is reduced
to 2 mA to indicate the fault to the readout system. A red LED on the
front of the unit is turned on to provide a local indication of the fault.
Filters
For applications that require monitoring specific frequency bands,
optional high-pass and low-pass filters can be ordered. These filters
are modular and can be installed in the field.
Each module attenuates out-of-band signals at a rate of approximately
24 dB/ octave. Corner frequencies from 2 Hz to 20 kHz may be
specified. Filter modules may be cascaded to form higher order filters
or to create a band-pass response. Filtering does not effect the
buffered transducer output.
Alarms
This monitoring option adds two independent set points, with LED
alarm indicators and output relay contacts (Alert and Danger). Set
points are adjustable via potentiometer, from 0 to 110% of full scale.
Each has an adjustable delay of 1 to 10 seconds. Relay contacts can
be independently configured by the user for either Normally Open (NO)
(standard) or Normally Closed (NC) operation.
Relays are normally de-energized and can be configured for latching
or non-latching (standard) operation. Latched alarms may be reset
locally or by remote contact closure. SPST Relay contacts are rated 5
Amps at 30 Vdc or 125 Vac for resistive loads. The Alarm option also
provides set point multiplication of 3x via contact closure (2x available).
Displays and Assemblies
Various display options, NEMA and explosion-proof enclosures, and
assembled multi-channel systems are available. Consult your SKF
Reliability Systems Sales Representative.
INPUT
Sensor: Accelerometer
Sensor Sensitivity: 100 mV/g
OUTPUT
Frequency Response (Without
optional filters): -3 dB, 2 Hz to
20 kHz
Buffered Output: BNC Connector
0 to 20 kHz
Accuracy: 0.5% of full-scale range
Output: 4-20 mA proportional to
the full-scale range
Maximum Load: 600 Ohms
Resistive
Case: Isolated
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: -4 °F to
+176 °F (-20 °C to +80 °C)
Storage Temperature: -67 °F to
+257 °F (-55 °C to +125 °C)
Relative Humidity: 0-95%
Relative Humidity Non-Condensing
MECHANICAL
Weight: 6.0 Ounces (170 Grams)
Enclosure: Thermoplast ABS
Color: Black, with gray front panel
Connectors: 12-pole screw
terminal, 2 BNC’s and two 6-pole
pluggable connectors.
Mounting: 32 mm (G style) or
35 mm (T style) DIN-Rail
Dimensions:
Length: 3.11 inches (79 mm)
Base: 1.80 inches (46 mm)
Height: 3.95 inches (100 mm)
The Machine Condition
Transmitter (MCT) CMSS 525(A)
Series Acceleration Transmitter/
Monitor available as a Basic
Model (pictured at right) or as a
stand-alone Monitor (left).
Ordering
Information
• CMSS525A100-02R
Acceleration Transmitter
with Monitor, 100
mV/g sensitivity, RMSdetection, Factory Preset
to 10 g, Filter band from
2 Hz to 20.0 kHz
• CMSS525-100-02R
Acceleration Transmitter,
100 mV/g sensitivity,
RMS-detection, Factory
Preset to 10 g, Filter
band from 2 Hz to 20.0
kHz
NOTES:
1. The full-scale option specified
at order entry is used by the
factory for initial calibration.
However, several other ranges
can be jumper selected in the
field.
Available full-scale values: 5, 10
(Factory Preset), 15, 20 and 25
g’s.
2. Transducer and full-scale
options not listed are available.
Contact your SKF Reliability
Systems Sales Representative.
SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
CMSS 540(A) Series Displacement Transmitter/Monitor
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CMSS 540(A) Series Displacement Transmitter/Monitor
Introduction
Specifications
Buffered Output
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage: +24 V DC (23 V
to 28 V). Reverse polarity and
transient protection included.
Supply Current:
CMSS 540 – 75 mA
CMSS 540A – 125 mA
Total Power: 3.1 W maximum
External Fuse: F250 mA/250 V
Relay Ratings:
Switching Voltage: 30 V DC
maximum or 125 V AC
Switching Current: 5 A maximum
The CMSS 540(A) Series are displacement transmitters/monitors.
They are compatible with proximity (eddy) probe inputs, they provide a
4-20 mA output proportional to the overall measurement. Each unit
provides power for the associated transducer, processes the vibration
signal to determine overall amplitude, and outputs a 4-20 mA dc
current that is proportional to a user specified range such as 10 mils
peak-to-peak detection. Combining transmitters with an existing PLC
or DCS system results in a high density, low cost vibration monitoring
system. When specified with the alarm feature, the unit functions as a
complete single channel monitor that includes alert and danger alarms,
and output relays.
A BNC connector mounted on the front of the unit provides access to
the buffered transducer output signal. This includes both the unfiltered
vibration signal, and the DC bias voltage. Portable test equipment or
analyzers can be connected to this output without disturbing other
system outputs.
Fault Detection
On board fault detection circuitry continuously monitors the transducer
for normal operation. If a fault occurs, the output current is reduced
to 2 mA to indicate the fault to the readout system. A red LED on the
front of the unit is turned on to provide a local indication of the fault.
Filters
For applications that require monitoring specific frequency bands,
optional high-pass and low-pass filters can be ordered. These filters
are modular and can be installed in the field.
Each module attenuates out-of-band signals at a rate of approximately
24 dB/octave. Corner frequencies from 2 Hz to 20 kHz may be
specified. Filter modules may be cascaded to form higher order filters
or to create a band-pass response. Filtering does not effect the
buffered transducer output.
Alarms
This monitoring option adds two independent set points, with LED
alarm indicators and output relay contacts (Alert and Danger). Set
points are adjustable via potentiometer, from 0 to 110% of full scale.
Each has an adjustable delay of 1 to 10 seconds. Relay contacts can
be independently configured by the user for either Normally Open (NO)
(standard) or Normally Closed (NC) operation.
Relays are normally de-energized and can be configured for latching
or non-latching (standard) operation. Latched alarms may be reset
locally or by remote contact closure. SPST Relay contacts are rated 5
Amps at 30 Vdc or 125 Vac for resistive loads. The Alarm option also
provides set point multiplication of 3x via contact closure (2x available).
Displays and Assemblies
Various display options, NEMA and explosion-proof enclosures, and
assembled multi-channel systems are available. Consult your SKF
Reliability Systems Sales Representative.
INPUT
Sensor: Eddy Probe System
Sensor Sensitivity: 200 mV/mil
OUTPUT
Frequency Response (Without
optional filters): -3 dB, 2 Hz to
20 kHz
Buffered Output: BNC Connector
0 to 20 kHz
Accuracy: 0.5% of full-scale range
Output: 4-20 mA proportional to
the full-scale range
Maximum Load: 600 Ohms
Resistive
Case: Isolated
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: -4 °F to
+176 °F (-20 °C to +80 °C)
Storage Temperature: -67 °F to
+257 °F (-55 °C to +125 °C)
Relative Humidity: 0-95%
Relative Humidity Non-Condensing
MECHANICAL
Weight: 6.0 Ounces (170 Grams)
Enclosure: Thermoplast ABS
Color: Black, with gray front panel
Connectors: 12-pole screw
terminal, 2 BNC’s and two 6-pole
pluggable connectors.
Mounting: 32 mm (G style) or 35
mm (T style) DIN-Rail
Dimensions:
Length: 3.11 inches (79 mm)
Base: 1.80 inches (46 mm)
Height: 3.95 inches (100 mm)
The Machine Condition Transmitter
(MCT) CMSS 540(A) Series
Displacement Transmitter/Monitor
available as a Basic Model (pictured
at left) or as a stand-alone Monitor
(right).
Ordering
Information
• CMSS540A200-02
Displacement Transmitter
with Monitor, Input 200
mV/mil, Factory Preset to
10 mils, Filter band from
2 Hz to 20.0 kHz
• CMSS540-200-02
Displacement
Transmitter, Input 200
mV/mil, Factory Preset to
10 mils, Filter band from
2 Hz to 20.0 kHz
NOTES:
1. The full-scale option specified
at order entry is used by the
factory for initial calibration.
However, several other ranges
can be jumper selected in the
field.
Available full-scale values: 5,
10 (Factory Preset), 15, 20 and
25 mil’s.
Corresponding full-scale values:
127, 254, 381, 508, 635
microns.
2. Transducer and full-scale
options not listed are available.
Contact your SKF Reliability
Systems Sales Representative.
SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
CMSS 545(A) Series Position Transmitter/Monitor
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CMSS 545(A) Series Position Transmitter/Monitor
Introduction
The CMSS 545(A) Series are position transmitters/monitors. They are
compatible with proximity (eddy) probe inputs, they provide a 4-20 mA
output proportional to the overall measurement. Each unit provides
power for the associated transducer, processes the vibration signal to
determine overall amplitude, and outputs a 4-20 mA dc current that
is proportional to a user specified range such as ± 40 mils detection.
Combining transmitters with an existing PLC or DCS system results in
a high density, low cost vibration monitoring system. When specified
with the alarm feature, the unit functions as a complete single channel
monitor that includes alert and danger alarms, and output relays.
Buffered Output
A BNC connector mounted on the front of the unit provides access to
the buffered transducer output signal. This includes both the unfiltered
vibration signal, and the DC bias voltage. Portable test equipment or
analyzers can be connected to this output without disturbing other
system outputs.
Fault Detection
On board fault detection circuitry continuously monitors the transducer
for normal operation. If a fault occurs, the output current is reduced
to 2 mA to indicate the fault to the readout system. A red LED on the
front of the unit is turned on to provide a local indication of the fault.
Alarms
This monitoring option adds two independent set points, with LED
alarm indicators and output relay contacts (Alert and Danger). Set
points are adjustable via potentiometer, from 0 to 110% of full scale.
Each has an adjustable delay of 1 to 10 seconds. Relay contacts can
be independently configured by the user for either Normally Open (NO)
(Standard) or Normally Closed (NC) operation.
Relays are normally de-energized and can be configured for latching or
non-latching (standard) operation. Latched alarms may be reset locally
or by remote contact closure. SPST (Single Pole Double Throw) Relay
contacts are rated 5 Amps at 30 Vdc or 125 Vac for resistive loads.
The Alarm option also provides set point multiplication of 3x via contact
closure (2x available).
Displays and Assemblies
Various display options, NEMA and explosion-proof enclosures, and
assembled multi-channel systems are available. Consult your SKF
Reliability Systems Sales Representative.
Specifications
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage: +24 V DC (23 V
to 28 V). Reverse polarity and
transient protection included.
Supply Current:
CMSS 545 – 55 mA
CMSS 545A – 110 mA
Total Power: 3.1 W maximum
External Fuse: F250 mA/250 V
Relay Ratings:
Switching Voltage: 30 V DC
maximum or 125 V AC
Switching Current: 5 A maximum
INPUT
Sensor: Eddy Probe System
Sensor Sensitivity: 200 mV/mil
OUTPUT
Buffered Acceleration Output:
BNC Connector, Screw terminal
Sensitivity: Depending on used
sensor input sensitivity, ± 10%
4-20 mA DC Output: 4-20 mA
proportional to the full-scale range
Accuracy: 0.5% of full-scale range
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: -4 °F to
+176 °F (-20 °C to +80 °C)
Storage Temperature: -67 °F to
+257 °F (-55 °C to +125 °C)
Relative Humidity: 0-95%
Relative Humidity Non-Condensing
MECHANICAL
Weight: 6.0 Ounces (170 Grams)
Enclosure: Thermoplast ABS
Color: Black, with gray front panel
Connectors: 12-pole screw
terminal, 2 BNC’s and two 6-pole
pluggable connectors.
Mounting: 32 mm (G style) or
35 mm (T style) DIN-Rail
Dimensions:
Length: 3.11 inches (79 mm)
Base: 1.80 inches (46 mm)
Height: 3.95 inches (100 mm)
The Machine Condition
Transmitter (MCT) CMSS 545(A)
Series Position Transmitter/
Monitor available as a Basic
Model (pictured at right) or as a
stand-alone Monitor (left).
Ordering
Information
• CMSS545A200-04
Position Transmitter
with Monitor, Input 200
mV/mil, Factory preset to
0-80 mils (40-0-40)
• CMSS545-200-04
Position Transmitter,
Input 200 mV/mil,
Factory preset to 0-80
mils (40-0-40)
NOTES:
1. The full-scale option specified
at order entry is used by the
factory for initial calibration.
However, several other ranges
can be jumper selected in the
field.
Full-scale values: 0-80 mils
(40-0-40) (Factory Preset).
Corresponding full-scale values:
0-2.0 mm (1.0-0-1.0).
2. Transducer and full-scale
options not listed are available.
Contact your SKF Reliability
Systems Sales Representative.
SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
CMSS 570(A) Series Temperature/Monitor
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9
CMSS 570(A) Series Temperature Transmitter/Monitor
Introduction
The CMSS 570(A) Series are solid state temperature transmitters/
monitors. They can be used with solid-state temperature sensor
or dual output vibration/temperature sensor that provides a 10
mV/K output. The input signal is processed to provide temperature
in degrees F or C. The output is a standard 4-20 mA current
proportional to this temperature, within the specified full-scale range
of 0-250 Degrees F. The 4-20 mA output is suitable for direct
connection to a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) or Distributed
Control System (DCS).
Buffered Output
A BNC connector mounted on the front of the unit provides buffered
access to a 0-5 Vdc temperature proportional signal that can be read
with a standard voltmeter or data analyzer (Microlog).
Fault Detection
On board fault detection circuitry continuously monitors the transducer
for normal operation. If a fault occurs, the output current is reduced
to 2 mA to indicate the fault to the readout system. A red LED on the
front of the unit is turned on to provide a local indication of the fault.
Alarms
This monitoring option adds two independent set points, with LED
alarm indicators and output relay contacts (Alert and Danger). Set
points are adjustable via potentiometer, from 0 to 110% of full scale.
Each has an adjustable delay of 1 to 10 seconds. Relay contacts can
be independently configured by the user for either Normally Open (NO)
(Standard) or Normally Closed (NC) operation.
Relays are normally de-energized and can be configured for latching or
non-latching (standard) operation. Latched alarms may be reset locally
or by remote contact closure. SPST (Single Pole Double Throw) Relay
contacts are rated 5 Amps at 30 Vdc or 125 Vac for resistive loads.
The Alarm option also provides set point multiplication of 3x via contact
closure (2x available).
Displays and Assemblies
Various display options, NEMA and explosion-proof enclosures, and
assembled multi-channel systems are available. Consult your SKF
Reliability Systems Sales Representative.
Specifications
POWER REQUIREMENTS
Supply Voltage: +24 V DC (23 V
to 28 V). Reverse polarity and
transient protection included.
Supply Current:
CMSS 570 – 55 mA
CMSS 570A – 110 mA
Total Power: 3.1 W maximum
External Fuse: F250 mA/250 V
Relay Ratings:
Switching Voltage: 30 V DC
maximum or 125 V AC
Switching Current: 5 A maximum
INPUT
Sensor: CMSS 793T-3, CMSS
797T-1 Sensors
Sensor Sensitivity: 10 mV/K
OUTPUT
Buffered Acceleration Output:
BNC Connector, Screw terminal
Sensitivity: Depending on used
sensor input sensitivity, ± 10%
4-20 mA DC Output: 4-20 mA
proportional to the full-scale range
Accuracy: 0.5% of full-scale range
ENVIRONMENTAL
Operating Temperature: -4 °F to
+176 °F (-20 °C to +80 °C)
Storage Temperature: -67 °F to
+257 °F (-55 °C to +125 °C)
Relative Humidity: 0-95%
Relative Humidity Non-Condensing
MECHANICAL
Weight: 6.0 Ounces (170 Grams)
Enclosure: Thermoplast ABS
Color: Black, with gray front panel
Connectors: 12-pole screw
terminal, 2 BNC’s and two 6-pole
pluggable connectors.
Mounting: 32 mm (G style) or
35 mm (T style) DIN-Rail
Dimensions:
Length: 3.11 inches (79 mm)
Base: 1.80 inches (46 mm)
Height: 3.95 inches (100 mm)
The Machine Condition Transmitter
(MCT) CMSS 570(A) Series
Temperature Transmitter/Monitor
available as a Basic Model (pictured
at left) or as a stand-alone Monitor
(right).
Ordering
Information
• CMSS570A Temperature
Transmitter with Monitor,
Input CMSS 793T-3 or
CMSS 797T-1, Full scale
set to +250 °F
• CMSS570 Temperature
Transmitter, Input CMSS
793T-3 or CMSS 797T1, Full scale set to +250
°F
NOTES:
1. The full-scale option specified
at order entry is used by the
factory for initial calibration.
However, several other ranges
can be jumper selected in the
field.
Full-scale values: 0 to +250 °F.
Corresponding full-scale values:
-17.8 °C to +121.0 °C.
2. Transducer and full-scale
options not listed are available.
Contact your SKF Reliability
Systems Sales Representative.
SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
Vibration Sensors
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10
Recommended Vibration Sensors
Applying decades of on-line and portable vibration monitoring
experience, SKF has developed and can provide the epitome of
industrial vibration sensors and sensor mounting accessories
for your machine condition monitoring needs. Despite the
advances made in vibration monitoring and analysis equipment,
the selection of sensors and the way they are mounted on a
machine remain critical factors in determining the success of
any monitoring program. Money saved by installing inferior
sensors is not a prudent investment since the information
provided about the machine of interest often is not accurate or
reliable. Poor quality sensors can easily give misleading data
or, in some cases, cause a critical machine condition to be
completely overlooked.
CMSS 2100
CMSS 2110
Standard Industrial Acceleration Sensor
The various machine operating conditions concerning
temperature extremes, magnetic field, vibration range,
frequency range, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and
electrostatic discharge (ESD) conditions and signal quality,
necessitates the need for a variety of sensors. Without a proper
sensor to supply the critical operating information, the machine
can be operating in a most hazardous condition to the machine
as well as the personnel operating the machine.
Industrial Acceleration Sensor with Integral 5 Meter (16.5
Feet) Over-Braided Cable
Features
Features
• Recommended for use with the SKF Machine
Condition Transmitters (MCT)
• Economical, rugged, general purpose
• Recommended for use with the SKF Machine
Condition Transmitters (MCT)
• Sensitivity, 100 mV/g to optimize use in
multiple applications
• Economical, rugged, general purpose
• Sensitivity, 100 mV/g to optimize use in most
applications
• Exceptional bias voltage (BV) stability at
elevated temperatures
• Meets stringent CE, EMC requirements
• Designed for exceptional low noise level for
low elevated temperatures
• Cable shield and braid connected to sensor
housing for better noise rejection
• Meets stringent CE, EMC requirements
• Corrosion resistant
• Smaller profile industrial accelerometers
• Miswiring protection
• Two (2) mounting studs (1/4–28 and M8 x
1.25) provided
• Corrosion resistant and hermetically sealed
for humidity areas
• Reverse polarity wiring protection
CMSS 797T-1
Low Profile, Multifunction Sensor – Acceleration and
Temperature
CMSS 793T-3
Multifunction Sensor – Acceleration and Temperature
Features
• Recommended for use with the CMSS 570(A)
Series Temperature Transmitter/Monitor
• Measures both temperature and acceleration
• Rugged construction
• Hermetic seal
• Ground isolated
• ESD protection
• Miswiring protection
Features
• Recommended for use with the CMSS 570(A)
Series Temperature Transmitter/Monitor
• Measures both temperature and acceleration
• Rugged construction
• Corrosion resistant
• Hermetic seal
• Ground isolated
• ESD protection
• Miswiring protection
• Side exit
SKF Machine Condition Transmitters (MCT)
Eddy Probe Systems
www.skf.com/reliability
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Eddy Probe Systems (RYTON® – Based Eddy Current Transducers)
The Eddy Probe is used to measure radial or axial shaft motion.
It is mounted through or to the side of a bearing cap and
observes the shaft’s movement relative to its mounting position.
An Eddy Probe System is comprised of a Probe, a Driver
(oscillator demodulator), and an Extension Cable.
Features
Shaft relative motion is the radial vibration of the shaft journal
relative to the bearing. This method of vibration measurement
is preferred for journal bearings since it directly relates to
permissible clearances. In machines with relatively light rotors
and stiff heavy casings (turbines and compressors), almost all of
the shaft’s vibration energy is dissipated as displacement (exhibit
low transmissibility), which can only be measured as shaft
relative motion.
• “Super tough” RYTON® probe tips and driver case - RYTON®’s strength
approaches that of metal. The material is now beginning to be used
in the manufacture of automobile engine camshafts. That’s what we
mean when we say “Super tough”.
Eddy Probe Systems have excellent frequency response. They
have no lower frequency limit and are used to measure shaft
axial position as well as vibration.
• Conforms to API 670 - American Petroleum Institute has published
Standard 670 to define reliable protection systems for rotating
equipment operating in the harsh conditions found in oil production,
refining, and chemical processing.
• DIN-Rail mounting and compression connectors for optimum
installation.
• Hazardous area approved units are available.
• Recommended in conjunction with the CMSS 540(A) Series
Displacement Transmitter/Monitor and the CMSS 545(A) Series
Position Transmitter/Monitor.
CMSS 65/CMSS 665 Series
5 mm Eddy Probe System
CMSS 68/CMSS 668 Series
8 mm Eddy Probe System
A complete CMSS 65 Eddy Current Probe System is comprised
of:
• CMSS 65 Eddy Current Probe
• CMSS 958 Extension Cable
• CMSS 665 or CMSS 665P Driver
At +23 °C (+73 °F), with a -24 VDC supply and target of AISI
4140 steel.
A complete CMSS 68 Eddy Current Probe System is comprised
of:
• CMSS 68 Eddy Current Probe
• CMSS 958 Extension Cable
• CMSS 668 or CMSS 668P Driver
At +23 °C (+73 °F), with a -24 VDC supply and target of AISI
4140 steel.
SKF Machine
Condition
Transmitters
(MCT) Series
MCT Integration – Enclosures/Housings Examples
Wireless MCT System
• CMSS 530 Velocity Transmitter
• CMSS 590 Enveloped Acceleration Transmitter
• Wireless Ethernet Connection to Hard wired Network
Typical Pump or Fan Monitoring System
• CMSS 530 Velocity Transmitter
• Common Display with Channel Selector Switch
• NEMA 4x Enclosure
Eddy Probe System
• CMSS 530 Velocity Transmitter
• CMSS 545 Eddy Probe Position Transmitter
• Individual Displays, NEMA 4x Enclosure
12 Channels of Vibration Velocity
Transmitters
• CMSS 530 Velocity Transmitter
• Common Display with Channel Selector Switch
• NEMA 4x Enclosure
Solar Gas Turbine Retrofit
• CMSS 530 Velocity Transmitter
• Explosion Proof System
• Class I, Division I, Continuous Monitoring System for
Offshore Installation
• I-S Barriers, Slave Relays, Independent Displays
SKF Reliability Systems
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Telephone: +1 858-496-3400 • FAX: +1 858-496-3531
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