Datasheet - SETPOINT Vibration
Datasheet
Universal Monitoring Module
Overview
The Universal Monitoring Module (UMM) provides four
channels of machinery monitoring. Each channel is
individually configurable for nearly 40 different types of
vibration, position, and speed measurements on rotating
and reciprocating machinery (refer to page 2 for a
comprehensive list of channel types and measurements
returned).
The UMM occupies a single slot in a SETPOINT™
monitoring system rack and uses 24 Vdc instrument
power as supplied by the SETPOINT Rack Connection
Module (RCM). Each UMM provides all necessary
transducer power, signal conditioning, alarm comparison,
and relay logic functions needed to provide four channels
of continuous machinery monitoring and shutdown
protection. It complies with the requirements of
American Petroleum Institute Standard 670 for
monitoring systems and is completely configurable using
SETPOINT configuration software.
Up to 15 UMM cards can reside in a single 19” SETPOINT
rack, providing up to 60 channels of continuous
machinery protection. Each module provides basic status
indication for its channels as required by API 670. When
used with the optional rack touchscreen, real time display
of vibration levels, alarm statuses, and other information
is available for all channels concurrently on a single screen
for “at a glance” convenience.
When ordered with optional condition monitoring
capabilities, the module streams high-speed static and
dynamic (i.e., waveform) data to the rack’s System Access
Module (SAM) where it is available to software such as
SETPOINT CMS and/or the rack’s embedded high-speed
“flight recorder” on SD Card or Solid State Drive.
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Tracking
Vector Filtered
Non-tracking
Bandpass Filtered
Measurements
Returned
Overall (wideband) amplitude
84 dB/octave roll-on/off
84 dB/oct roll-on & 72dB/oct roll-off
48 dB/octave roll-on/off
36 dB/octave roll-on/off
24 dB/octave roll-on/off
6 dB/octave roll-on/off
Enveloped band 1 (cage)
Enveloped band 2 (IRBP)
Enveloped band 3 (ORBP)
Enveloped band 4 (Ball Spin)
Enveloped band 5 (2X Ball Spin)
1X Amplitude - tracking vector filter
1X Phase - tracking vector filter
2X Amplitude - tracking vector filter
2X Phase - tracking vector filter
nX Amplitude - tracking vector filter
nX Phase - tracking vector filter
Tracking 1X band (48 dB/oct)
Sensor DC Bias Voltage
Digital State (hi/low or on/off)
Axial Position
Axial Vibration Amplitude
Absolute Case Expansion - LVDT 1
Absolute Case Expansion - LVDT 2
Case Exp Difference (LVDT 1 - LVDT 2)
Composite Diff Exp (Probes 1 & 2)
High-Freq Demodulated PK Stretch
Position 1
Position 2
Rotor Region
Prime Spike
Probe 1 Gap Voltage
Probe 2 Gap Voltage
PP Eccentricity / Runout
Min Position & Max Position
Process Variable Amplitude
Ecc Position
Speed
Rotor Acceleration
Peak Speed
Impact Count
Average Piston Position
Average Probe Gap
Triggered Piston Position
Triggered Probe Gap
Reverse Speed
Number of Reverse Rotations
Reverse Peak Speed
Shaft absolute vibration
Valve Position (% open or % closed)
Zero Speed
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Acceleration – Std
Acceleration – Enveloped
Acceleration – Aero
Acceleration – Low Freq
Acceleration – REB
Acoustic
Axial Position
Case Expansion (single)
Case Expansion (dual)2
Diff Expansion (DE)
Complementary DE1
Ramp DE – one ramp2
Ramp DE – two ramps2
Discrete Input (on/off)
Dynamic Pressure
Eccentricity
Impact – Recip3
Phase Trigger / Speed4
Process Variable5
Radial Vib – Shaft Rel
Radial Vib – Shaft Abs2,6
Radial Vib – Hydro7
REBAM
Reverse Rotation2
Rod Drop / Runout
Valve Position
Velocity – Standard
Velocity – Aero
Velocity – Low Freq
Velocity – Hydro7
Velocity – Recip Crank
Velocity – Shaft Abs2,6
Zero Speed2
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NOTES:
Measurement always available.
Measurement available only with a valid phase
trigger signal; a single phase trigger can be
associated with multiple channels in a rack.
1
Denotes the number of individually configurable
bandpass regions available for the channel. Any
region can be configured with filter corners for
wideband (i.e., “overall”) amplitude or
narrowband measurements.
2
Denotes a measurement that uses two sensors
and requires two UMM channels.
3
Seismic acceleration and velocity channels return
a peak amplitude that is computed as peak-topeak 2. However, recip impact channel types
return a “true max” acceleration amplitude that is
computed by first rectifying the signal and then
detecting the peak. This amplitude detection
method is unique to impact channels because the
signal is almost always highly asymmetrical and
pk-pk /2 will not give reliable results for setting
impact count threshold levels.
4
Phase triggers may only be assigned to UMM
channel 4 in rack slots 4-9. Maximum of 6 phase
trigger per 16-P rack; 5 phase triggers per 8-P
rack; 1 phase trigger per 4-P rack. Speed channels
(no phase capabilities) can be configured for any
UMM channels without restrictions.
5
UMM channels configured for process variable
measurements are able to provide loop power
and accept a wider variety of input signals than
TMM channels. TMM channels accept 4-20mA
input types only, do not provide loop power, and
require an external shunt resistor. Refer to TMM
datasheet 1077788 for additional information.
6
Shaft Absolute measurements use two
transducers: a shaft-observing proximity probe
and a casing-mounted velocity transducer. The
shaft relative and casing absolute channels must
reside on the same UMM. The shaft relative
channel returns both shaft relative and shaft
absolute parameters; the other channel returns
casing absolute parameters. Shaft absolute
parameters are computed as the vector
combination of shaft relative displacement and
integrated casing velocity (i.e., casing absolute
displacement).
7
Hydro channels cannot be configured for
machines with rotational speeds higher than 600
rpm.
Refer to SETPOINT manual 1079330 for comprehensive
information on configurable channel types and data returned
for each. Some measurements shown for a given channel type
are optional; they may be left un-configured if desired.

Highly reliable design utilizes just three
transitional connectors from signal input to
relay output – significantly reducing possible
failure points in the critical machinery
protection path.

Individually programmable 4-20 mA outputs –
each of the four 4-20mA outputs on a UMM can
be assigned to any parameter from any channel
on that UMM.

Clear, intuitive labeling on both faceplate and
removable connectors.

Individual SPDT electro-mechanical relays for
each channel – can be voted with other
channels whether in the same or different rack
modules.
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Convenient connection to all 4 channels of
buffered signal outputs via innovative RJ45
connector (RJ45-to-BNC cables sold separately).
Standard CAT5/6 cables can be used for long
runs.

Flexible signal conditioning – each UMM
channel can be individually configured from an
available list of nearly 40 different channel types
(see page 2); most channel types return multiple
parameters, any or all of which can be used for
alarming if desired.

Fewer channel pair constraints – A and B inputs
for dual-voting axial position measurements can
reside on separate UMM cards for increased
reliability; XY probe pairs can reside on different
rack modules as well.*

Up to six** phase reference signals in a single
rack – channel 4 of any UMM in rack slots 4-9
can be configured to accept a once-per-turn
phase trigger signal. Speed (no phase
capabilities) can be assigned to any UMM
channel, without restrictions.
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Features and Benefits

Simple, reliable, self-contained design reduces
likelihood of failures from inter-module
dependencies.
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
Distributed power regulation for improved
reliability – each UMM converts its 24 Vdc input
power to all regulated voltages needed by onboard processors and transducers, reducing the
potential for rack single-point failures compared
to systems that generate regulated voltages for
the entire rack in a centralized power supply.

Powerful onboard processor delivers 24-bit Ato-D resolution for highly accurate
measurements – no potentiometers, no drift, no
calibration required.

Digital MODBUS® communications via System
Access Module (SAM) can be used in lieu of (or
simultaneously with) analog 4-20 mA outputs
for flexibility when integrating with other
instrumentation.
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Unparalleled ease of configuration via
SETPOINT configuration software’s intuitive
spreadsheet-like user interface – easily cut and
paste to/from Microsoft® Excel® and most other
programs.
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Provides loop power for process variable
transmitters. Non-vibration signals from
process transmitters and other devices
providing ±4 to ±20 mA, +1 to +5 Vdc, 0 to ±10
Vdc, and 0 to +5 Vdc proportional signals can be
easily included in the SETPOINT system for
display, alarming, and trending. For 4-20mA
loop-powered input devices, the UMM can be
configured to provide +24V, eliminating the
need for external loop power.
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Simplified spare parts requirements. Because
every measurement in the SETPOINT system is
made with just two module types (UMMs and
TMMs), only two module types need to be
carried as spares. For systems without
temperature measurements, only a single
monitoring module type is used.
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No jumpers or DIP switches. Every option in
the SETPOINT system is configured via software.
Cards do not have to be removed from the rack.
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Connectivity to condition monitoring software.
When ordered with condition monitoring
enabled, a UMM becomes a UMMCM and is able
to stream high-resolution waveforms to the
rack’s System Access Module (SAM) where it
can be stored on an embedded “flight recorder”
hard drive and/or SD Card, or to an external
computer or OSIsoft® PI System server. The
data can then be viewed with our SETPOINT
CMS Display software.
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SIL-Capable Architecture
SETPOINT is suitable for use in SIL1, SIL2, and
SIL3 safety instrumented functions when
configured properly and with suitable sensor,
monitor, and final element redundancy. It is
one of the few vibration monitoring
architectures on the market with the ability to
meet SIL2 in a simplex configuration.
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Highly Flexible Rack Control
The UMM discrete channel type can be used not
only to accept and display discrete on/off type
signals, but to control rack states such as trip
multiply, bypass, inhibit, etc. When invoked
from the wiring terminals on the RCM, these
control states are applied rack wide. When
invoked using UMM discrete input channels,
these states can be individually applied to userconfigurable groups, facilitating better control
when multiple machine trains are combined in a
rack, each with its own unique trip multiply,
bypass, inhibit, and other control needs.
* Depending on relay and channel voting complexity, XY probe
pairs on the same UMM can improve the total amount of relay
voting logic allowed in a rack.
** Half-size rack limited to 5 phase reference inputs (slots 4-8).
Quarter-size rack limited to 1 phase reference input (slot 4).
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Specifications
All specifications are at +25C (+77° F) unless
otherwise noted.
Channels
Channel Types
Transducer
Types
Inputs
4
Refer to table on page 2
Accepts most common industrystandard transducers including
proximity, velocity, acceleration,
dynamic pressure, LVDT, and 420mA in any combination.
Configuration software
automatically compensates* for OK
limits and scale factor changes
when I.S. barriers are used.
* Compensation is provided for passive
(zener-type) barriers only. Active (i.e.
galvanic isolation) barriers do not require
compensation.
Proximity
Metrix
Bently Nevada®
 MX2030
 3300
(2- & 3-wire)
(RAM, 5, 8, &
16 mm)
 MX3300
(NSv, 5, & 8
 3300 XL (NSv,
mm)
8, & 11 mm)
 MX7200
 7200
(5, 8, & 11
(5, 8, 11, & 14
mm)
mm)
 MX3000
 3000*/7000
(.190 & .300)
(.190 & .300)
 25, 35, and
50mm
* UMM compatible
only with newer
-24Vdc drivers, not
original -18Vdc
models. -24 Vdc
drivers for 3000
probes/cables
readily available
from Metrix and
others.
Acceleration
Others
Bently Nevada
 All +24V IEPE  330400
sensors
 330425
Piezo-Velocity
Others
Bently Nevada
 All +24V IEPE  330500
sensors
 330525
 190501
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Moving-Coil Velocity
Metrix
Bently Nevada
 5485C
 9200 (2-wire)
Aeroderivative Interface Modules
VibroMeter
Bently Nevada
 GSI 122
 86517
 86497
LVDTs
SETPOINT
Bently Nevada
 MX2534, 1”
 24765
or 2”
 135613
Impact
 Metrix IT681X
Dynamic Pressure
 Dytran 2006V2
Phase Trigger, Reverse Rotation,
Zero Speed
 Same sensors as listed in
“proximity” section at left
 +24 V Proximity Switch
 Magnetic Speed Pickup
Process Variable
 4-20 mA transmitters, two-wire,
loop-powered and externally
powered (+4 to +20 mA,
-4 to -20 mA, 0 to +5V, +1 to +5V,
0 to +10V, and 0 to -10 V)
Differential Expansion
Metrix
Bently Nevada

3300 (16 mm)
 MX10037 –

3300 XL
MX10042
(11 mm)
(11 mm)
 7200
(11 & 14 mm)
 25mm, 35mm,
50mm
(Ext. Range)
Other
 Microphones
 Discrete Inputs (dry contact,
+3.3V logic, +5V logic)
 Custom scale factors and OK limits
are supported in the configuration
software for additional flexibility,
allowing compatibility with many
additional transducer types not
listed on this page. Consult the
factory prior to use of transducers
not listed above to ensure that the
sensor’s output impedance and
power requirements are
compatible with the UMM.
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Channel
Voltage
Range
Input Power
Voltage
Power
Consumption
-24 Vdc to +24 Vdc
Transducer
Input
Impedance
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NOTE: OK limits constrained to ± 21Vdc
* The 4-20mA outputs are tied to the direct
(overall) value of each channel. They are
not currently programmable for other
parameters (such as gap voltage), nor can a
single channel be programmed to drive
multiple 4-20 mA outputs. Each channel has
its own, dedicated 4-20 mA output.
 Continuous: +22 to +30 Vdc
 Transient: +18 to +36 Vdc
≤ 8W when input power voltage is
22 to 26 Vdc.
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3-wire proximity and
acceleration: 10 kΩ
2-wire proximity: 250 Ω
Constant-current acceleration
and piezo-velocity: ≥ 60 kΩ
Moving-coil velocity:
100 kΩ
** The fault clamp value can be individually
programmed for each channel as either
2 mA or a user-selected value within the
full-scale range (such as 0 thrust position).
LEDs
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Green – monitor operating
correctly, all channels OK
Yellow – one or more channels
are faulted
Red – fatal hardware error
Off – monitor has lost power
Outputs
Relays
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Number: 4 per UMM
Type: SPDT, form C
Sealant: epoxy
Min. Switched Current:
10 mA
Max switched power
(resistive):
5A @ 250 Vrms or 30 Vdc
Maximum voltage in
hazardous areas: 30 Vdc
Life: > 10,000 cycles
Software-configurable options:
o
o
o
o
4-20 mA
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Bypass LED (1 per UMM)
On – one or more channels
bypassed
Off – No channels bypassed
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Relay LEDs (1 per channel)
On – Relay in alarm state
Off – Relay not in alarm state
Transducer
Power
Energize or de-energize to
trip
4 SPDT or 2 “virtual” DPDT
Can be driven by alarm
condition(s) of any channel(s)
in the rack via userprogrammable logic
Any logic driving a relay can
be configured for latching or
non-latching operation
Number: 4 (1 per channel)
Output proportional to
channel programmable full
scale range*
Overrange: up to 125% of full
scale (24 mA)
Max Load Resistance (RL): 950
Ω with 22 Vdc power; 1350 Ω
with 30 Vdc power
Resolution: 16 bit
Update Rate: < 100 ms
Short-circuit protected: Yes
Fault Clamp Value:
Programmable**
OK LED (1 per UMM)
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Proximity probes* and voltagemode accelerometers: -24Vdc
(current limited to 25 mA)
Constant-current
accelerometers and piezovelocity devices: 3mA
* The UMM does not provide -18 Vdc
transducer power as used by certain older
proximity probe systems such as the Bently
Nevada 3000 series. UMM compatibility of
such systems can be achieved with -24Vdc
drivers readily available from Metrix,
allowing the user to retain their existing
probes and extension cables.
Buffered
Transducer
Outputs
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Locations
 All 4 channels available
simultaneously via a single
“quick connect” RJ45
receptacle on the front of each
UMM. A special RJ45-to-4-BNC
cable is available as an
optional accessory (p/n
100431).
 Each monitor also provides
buffered output signals to the
backplane where they are
available via a 30-pin
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Method
Connection
Type
connector set on the Rack
Connection Module.
 3 programmable BNC
connectors are provided on
the rack faceplate when the
touchscreen display is ordered.
They are dynamically
assignable to any UMM
channels in the rack.
Impedance
 550 Ω
Short-Circuit Protected
 Yes
Signal Type
 Raw (unfiltered, no
integration) transducer signal
in mV/engineering units
Configuration
PC-based SETPOINT™ configuration
software
Local: Mini-B USB “on-the-go”
receptacle on UMM*
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Accuracy
Speed/Phase
Channel
Settings
A/D
Resolution
Dynamic
Range
Signal-toNoise Ratio
Integration
Peak
Detection
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Configuration data is stored in nonvolatile RAM on each UMM and is
retained until changed. Batteries
or other power sources are not
required to maintain a module’s
configuration data.
Signal Conditioning
24 bits
105 dB
105 dB
Configurable per-channel for:
 None
 Single (Velocity-toDisplacement or Accelerationto-Velocity)
Vibration / Position Channels
Direct
 Typical: ± 0.3% of full scale
 Minimum: ± 1% of full scale
Gap / Bias
 Typical: ± 0.07 V
 Minimum: ± 0.24 V
Speed / Phase Channels
Phase: ± 1 degree
Speed:
 1 - 30 rpm: ± 0.1 rpm
 30 - 7,500 rpm: ± 1 rpm
 7,500 - 60,000 rpm: ± 0.1%
 60 - 100 krpm: ± 0.2%
 Threshold: Configurable for
Auto or Manual
 Manual Threshold Range:
+18 to -22 V
 Hysteresis: 0.2 to 2.5 V in 0.1
V increments
NOTES:
1. The speed/phase channel type is
compatible with proximity probes,
magnetic pickups, and proximity
switches. For phase measurements,
proximity probes are recommended.
2. Speed/phase channel types are
configurable for single or multiple
events per revolution. Non integer
values can be entered in the channel
configuration settings to
accommodate compound gear
arrangements and complex ratios.
3. A multiple event per revolution target
(such as a toothed wheel) is not
recommended for phase readings.
The tooth for which the system
triggers will be arbitrarily selected
from one machine run to the next and
will not allow consistent phase
readings if the phase trigger signal is
interrupted and then reestablished,
such as when shutting the machine
down and restarting or correcting a
wiring problem.
* When a System Access Module (SAM) is
installed in the rack, the USB receptacle on
any UMM can be used to configure every
module in the rack.
Memory
Location
True RMS**
* Radial vibration channels only
** Seismic channels only
Radial
Vibration
Channel
Filters
Each channel individually
configurable for:
 True Peak-Peak*
 True Peak**
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Direct
 Type: Band pass
 Rollon/Rolloff: 6 dB/octave, 84
dB/octave roll-on & 72
dB/octave roll-off (hydro)
 - 3 dB Passband: Configurable
for 4 Hz to 4000 Hz or 1 Hz to
600 Hz
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Axial
Position
Channel
Filters
Velocity
Channel
Filters
Gap
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3 dB corner: 0.09 Hz
Fault / NOT OK
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3 dB corner: 2.4 kHz
** The HF corner cannot be more than
1000 x LF corner. For example, if the LF
corner is set to 5 Hz, the HF corner cannot
be greater than 5000 Hz.
Direct
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3 dB corner: 1.2 Hz
Gap
 Type: Low pass,
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3 dB corner: 0.41 Hz
Fault / NOT OK
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3dB corner: 2.4 kHz
Direct
 Type: Band pass with
individually adjustable LF and
HF corners
 Roll-on/Roll-off:
84 dB/octave roll-on & 72
dB/octave roll-off
 Low-frequency (LF) -3 dB
corner: Configurable from 0.7
Hz to 200 Hz*
 High-frequency (HF) -3dB
corner: configurable from 2 Hz
to 200 Hz
Bias
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3dB corner: 0.05 Hz
Hydro
Channel
Filters
Direct
 Type: Band pass with
individually adjustable LF and
HF corners
 Roll-on/Roll-off:
24 dB/octave (48 dB/octave
for aero channel types)
 Low-frequency (LF) -3 dB
corner: Configurable from 2 Hz
to 400 Hz*
 High-frequency (HF) -3dB
corner: configurable from 40
Hz to 5 kHz**
* The low-frequency corner cannot be set
lower than 10 Hz when signal integration is
used.
* The low-frequency corner cannot be set
lower than 10 Hz when signal integration is
used.
** The HF corner cannot be more than
1000 x LF corner. For example, if the LF
corner is set to 2 Hz, the HF corner cannot
be greater than 2000 Hz.
Acceleration
Channel
Filters
Direct
 Type: Band pass with
individually adjustable LF and
HF corners
 Rollon/Rolloff:
24 dB/octave (48 dB/octave
for aero channel types)
 Low-frequency (LF) -3 dB
corner: Configurable from 2 Hz
to 3000 Hz*
 High-frequency (HF) -3dB
corner: configurable from 30
Hz to 25 kHz**
Number
* Axial position measurements have 4
alarms (2 normal direction, 2 counter
direction). A measurement may be
configured with any or all of its alarms
turned off.
Type
* The low-frequency corner cannot be set
lower than 10 Hz when signal integration is
used.
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Bias
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3dB corner: 0.02 Hz
Fault / NOT OK
 Type: Low pass
 Rolloff: 6 dB/octave
 -3dB corner: 2.4 kHz
Alarms
2 per measurement*
(Alert and Danger)
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Alarming is individually
configurable for each
measurement as Over, Under, In
Band, or Out of Band.
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Configurable
Settings
Time Delay
 Individually adjustable per
alarm, per channel.
 Minimum Delay: 100 ms*
 Maximum Delay: 100 sec
 Adj. Increments: 100 ms
* Speed / phase channels have a minimum
delay of 1 second to prevent misuse as part
of a speed control and/or overspeed circuit.
Latching / Non-latching
Alert and Danger setpoints are
individually configurable per alarm,
per channel for latching or nonlatching
Range
 Individually adjustable, per
alarm, per channel
 Minimum: 0% of full scale
 Maximum: 100% of full scale*
 Adj. increments: 2 decimal
points of precision, in the
channel’s engineering units
* A channel’s Alert setpoint must be less
than its corresponding Danger setpoint.
Operating
Temperature
Storage
Temperature
Operating
Temperature
Ramp
Storage
Temperature
Ramp
Humidity
ESD
Enable/Disable
Any or all alarms for a channel may
be enabled or disabled individually,
allowing operation without
setpoints (or with a reduced
number of setpoints).
Environmental
-20C to +65C
Magnetic
Field
EFT Burst
EFT Surge
(Signal Lines,
Power Line)
Conducted
RFI (Signal
Lines, Power
Lines)
Conducted
RF Common
Mode
Immunity
(Signal Lines,
Power Lines)
Radiated EMI
Emissions
Conducted
Emission
AC Power
Voltage Dip
Immunity
AC Power
Voltage Dip
Interruption
DC Power
Voltage Dip
Immunity
DC Power
Voltage Dip
Interruption
Low Voltage
Directive
-40C to +85C
Do not exceed 0.5C/minute
30 A/m, Criteria A
2 kV, Criteria B
2 kV line to ground, Criteria B
150 kHz to 80 MHz, Criteria A



15 Hz – 150 Hz: 10 V*
150 Hz – 1.5 kHz: 1V*
1.5 kHz – 150 kHz: 10 V*
* Criteria A
30 dB µV/m @ 30 m, 30 MHz –
1000 MHz, Class A
60 dB µV/m @ 30 m, 0.5 MHz – 30
MHz, Class A
One-half period, 30% reduction,
Criteria B
250 periods, 95% reduction,
Criteria B
10 ms, 60% reduction,
Criteria B
30 ms, 100% reduction,
Criteria B
Council Directive 2006/95/EC Low
voltage using SETPOINT-supplied
power supply (rack ordering option
–CC) or other Low Voltage
Directive approved supply.
Hazardous Area Approvals
Do not exceed 10C/minute
5% to 95%, non-condensing
CE Mark Directive
 Contact: 6 kV*
 Air: 8 kV
* Criteria B
Radiated EMI
Susceptibility



80 – 1000 MHz: 20 V/m*
1.4 – 2 GHz: 6 V/m*
2 – 2.7 GHz: 3 V/m*
* Criteria A
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Recommended Passive Intrinsic Safety Barriers
MTL 796(-) or  Metrix and Bently Nevada
equal
proximity probes
 Bently Nevada 330400,
330425, and 23732
accelerometers
MTL 760ac or  Metrix 5485C
equal
 Bently Nevada 9200
(2-wire)
 Other compatible moving-coil
velocity sensors
MTL 787(+)
 Metrix SA6200, SA6350, and
or equal
SV6300 acceleration and
velocity sensors
 Bently Nevada 330500,
330525, and 190501
Velomitor® sensors
 Other compatible constantcurrent accelerometers and
piezo-velocity sensors
Recommended Active Intrinsic Safety Barriers with
Galvanic Isolation
Pepperl +
 Metrix and Bently Nevada
Fuchs
proximity probes
KFD2-VR4 Metrix and Bently Nevada
Ex1.26
moving-coil velocity sensors
or equal
 Metrix SA6200, SA6350, and
SV6300 acceleration and
velocity sensors
 Bently Nevada 330400,
330425, and 23732
accelerometers
 Bently Nevada 330500,
330525, and 190501
Velomitor® sensors
 Other compatible constantcurrent accelerometers and
piezo-velocity sensors
Physical
Size
9.1” H x 9.0” D x 1.0” W
(231 mm x 229 mm x 25 mm)
Weight
11.4 oz (324 g)
Rack Slots
One
Required
(may reside in rack slots 2-16)
Allowable
Wir
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Connector
Alarm Relays
Analog Outputs
Signal Inputs
AWG
16 – 28
20 – 24
16 – 28
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) Capability
SETPOINT is suitable for use as part of SIL1, SIL2, and SIL3
safety instrumented functions when configured properly
and with suitable sensor, monitor, and final element
redundancy. Refer to SETPOINT Functional Safety
Assessment (doc 1354794) for additional details.
Ordering Information
Spare UMM Cards
When ordering spare UMM cards, use the part
number below. When ordering one or more UMMs
as part of a system, do not order UMM cards and
other rack components individually. Instead, order
using part number MX2020/RCK and refer to
SETPOINT system datasheet 1077785 to specify rack
size, module types for each slot, faceplate,
touchscreen, mounting style, and other options.
MX2020/UMM-AA-BB
Universal Monitoring Module (spare)
AA
Type
0 0 UMM
0 1 UMMCM (Condition Monitoring Enabled)
0 2 UMMCM (firmware upgrade only)1
BB
Agency Approvals
0 0 Not Applicable (use only when AA=02)2
0 5 Multi (ATEX, IEC, ETLc)
NOTES:
1.
2.
Used only when performing a field upgrade of existing
UMMs to CM-ENABLED versions. Upgrade requires special
firmware key, supplied by the factory. This option includes
no hardware as a UMM will already be present.
Specify BB=00 only when AA=02 (firmware only). Agency
approvals pertain to the hardware itself, not the presence or
absence of CM-ENABLED features. Approvals (or absence
thereof) are provided at time the hardware modules are
supplied and may not be altered in the field.
! Caution
UMM cards are shipped with default factory configuration
settings which are not necessarily suitable for any particular
application. Before use, each UMM channel must be
configured properly for its application via SETPOINT
configuration software. This software is included with each
system or UMM ordered and is also available for download
at www.setpointvibration.com.
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Accessories
Manuals and Software
Breakout Cable*
A complete set of SETPOINT
manuals and configuration
software on USB memory
stick is supplied at no extra
charge with each order, but
must be specified at time of
ordering. As languages in
addition to English become
available, they will be included on the memory stick.
The most recent version of manuals and software
can be downloaded directly from our website.
This cable is used when
connecting the channels in
a single UMM to an external
device such as a portable data
collector with female BNC jacks.
When it is necessary to simultaneously
connect channels from multiple UMMs to external
instruments, use two or more breakout cables. For
ease-of-identification, each BNC connector is
numbered under a clear heat-shrink label,
corresponding to each UMM channel number.
When longer cable runs are required, simply
purchase standard CAT5E cable in the desired length
and use an RJ45-to-RJ45 inline connector. Both are
readily available from a variety of electronics
suppliers.
100431-AA
BNC breakout cable assembly – RJ45 (male) to four
BNC (male)
AA
NOTE: Manuals are published electronically in Adobe® PDF*
format and may be printed and freely distributed. Adobe Reader
is required and can be downloaded free-of-charge from
www.adobe.com. Hardcopy versions of manuals are also
available from the factory for an additional charge.
MX2020/CSW-AA
SETPOINT Manual and Configuration Software
AA
Format
0 1 USB Memory Stick
Cable Length
1 0 10 foot (3 m) cable length
* NOTE: For systems with programmable BNC jacks on the
SETPOINT faceplate, this cable is not required unless simultaneous
connection of more than three (3) channels at a time to an
external instrument is necessary.
USB Cable
This cable is used to connect a
computer running SETPOINT
Configuration Software to the
USB port on UMM and TMM
modules. The cable is included
with part number MX2020/CSW and does not need
to be ordered separately. Order the item below only
when replacing a lost or damaged cable.
96014-012
2m (6’) USB 2.0 A / Mini-B Cable
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Wiring and Outline Diagrams
W
Captive thumbscrew for securing
UMM in SETPOINT rack slot.
Transducer Input connections (Signal,
Power, Common, Shield) for channels
1-4. Connector is removable to
facilitate ease of wiring.
Mini-B USB receptacle for connection
to SETPOINT configuration software via
USB cable.
RJ45 receptacle with buffered output
signals for channels 1-4 on individual
pins.
OK, BYPASS, and Relay status LEDs.
4-20 mA proportional analogue output
connections for channels 1-4.
Connector is removable to facilitate
ease of wiring.
Mechanical relay output connections
for relays 1-4. Connector is removable
to facilitate ease of wiring.
Captive thumbscrew for securing UMM
in SETPOINT rack slot.
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DRIVER
EXTENSION
CABLE
MOVING-COIL
VELOCITY SENSOR
ACCELEROMETER
PIEZO-VELOCITY
SENSOR
PROXIMITY
PROBE
STRIP CHART
RECORDERS, PLCs,
DCSs, OR OTHER
SYSTEMS ACCEPTING 420 mA SIGNALS
MACHINE CONTROL SYSTEMS,
SHUTDOWN SYSTEMS, MOTOR
STARTERS, PANEL ANNUNCIATORS, OR
OTHER SYSTEMS ACCEPTING RELAY
CONTACTS
NOTE: ONLY SELECTED VIBRATION SENSOR CONNECTIONS ARE SHOWN. FOR DISCRETE INPUT, LVDT, MAGNETIC
PICKUP, PROXIMITY SWITCH, AND OTHER SUPPORTED SENSOR / INTERFACE MODULE TYPES, PLEASE REFER TO
SETPOINT OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL, DOCUMENT # 1079330
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SETPOINT Vibration
2243 Park Place, Suite A
Minden, NV 89423 USA
775.552.3110
www.setpointvibration.com
[email protected]
Trademarks used herein are the property of their
respective owners.
Data and specifications subject to change
without notice.
© 2011 - 2017
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