Vibration Meter - PCE Instruments

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Manual
Vibration Meter
PCE-VT 204
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 FEATURES.................................................................1
2 SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................3
3 FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION..................................... 7
3-1 Display...............................................................................................7
3-2 Power button ( vibration )...................................................................7
3-3 Hold/ESC/Zero button.........................................................................7
3-4 Eenter/REC button..............................................................................7
3-5 Function/Send button......................................................................... 7
3-6 Unit/Logger button............................................................................. 7
3-7 Operation button ( tachometer )..........................................................7
3-8 Surface speed wheel ( contact tach. ).................................................. 7
3-9 RPM adapter ( contact tach. )..............................................................7
3-10 Protection cover ( contact tach. )........................................................7
3-11 Screw for protection cover..................................................................7
3-12 Cable plug ( vibration sensor )............................................................7
3-13 Vibration sensor.................................................................................7
3-14 Magnetic base................................................................................... 7
3-15 Input socket ( vibration sensor ).........................................................7
3-16 Laser light beam ( photo tach. )..........................................................7
3-17 Photo tach. detecting sensor.............................................................. 7
3-18 IR probe input socket.........................................................................7
3-19 RS-232 output terminal...................................................................... 7
3-20 Battery cover/battery compartment.................................................... 7
3-21 Cone rubber ( RPM adapter )..............................................................7
3-22 Funnel rubber ( RPM adapter )........................................................... 7
4 VIBRATION MEASURING PROCEDURE........................ 9
5 TACHOMETER MEASURING PROCEDURE.....................20
6 IR TEMP. MEASURING PROCEDURE............................24
7 RS232 PC SERIAL INTERFACE.................................... 24
8 BATTERY REPLACEMENT............................................26
9 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES...........................................26
10 CLASSIFICATION RANGES ( Vibration )......................27
11 SENSITIVITY RELATIVE TABLE ACCORDING
ISO 2954 ( Vibration )..............................................28
1. FEATURES
Vibration function :
* Applications for industrial vibration monitoring :
All industrial machinery vibrates. The level of vibration
is a useful guide to machine condition. Poor balance,
misalignment & looseness of the structure will cause
the vibration level increase, it is a sure sign that the
maintenance is needed.
* Acceleration range : 200 m/s^2.
* Velocity range : 200 mm/s.
* Displacement ( p-p ) range : 2 mm.
* Metric and imperial display unit .
* RMS measurement for Acceleration and Velocity.
* Peak to peak measurement for Displacement.
* Peak function for Acceleration and Velocity.
* Max. hold function for Acceleration ( peak ),
Velocity ( peak ) and Displacement ( peak to peak ).
* Frequency range 10 Hz - 1 kHz, sensitivity relative
meet ISO 2954.
* Zero function, executed by front buttons.
* Data logger function with flexible sampling time
selection, can save max. 1000-point data into the
memory circuit.
* Data hold button to freeze the desired reading.
* Memory function to record maximum and minimum
reading of RMS value ( Acc., Vel. ) or Displacement ( p-p ).
* Auto shut off saves battery life.
* Professional vibration meter supply with separate
vibration sensor & magnetic base, full set.
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Tachometer ( photo, contact ) function :
* Laser light detecting source, long measuring range up
to 1.5 meters, it is useful in the RPM measurement
application where the machine would be a risk to the
operator or close access is difficult or not possible.
* The best Tachometer in the world. 2 in 1, one
instrument combine Photo Tachometer & Contact
Tachometer.
* Wide measuring range from 0.5 to 100,000 RPM, 0.1
RPM resolution for the measured value < 1000 RPM.
* Microprocessor based circuit, crystal time base, high
precision with 0.05% accuracy.
* Memory with recall function, the last value, max., value,
min. value will be stored into the memory automatically.
* Patent patented.
General function :
* Super large LCD display.
* No contact infrared temperature measurement via
optional IR temp. probe.
* RS 232 computer interface.
* Optional data acquisition software and data logger
software.
* Microcomputer circuit, high performance.
* Built-in low battery indicator.
* Heavy duty & compact housing case.
* Complete set with the hard carrying case.
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2. SPECIFICATIONS
2-1 Vibration function
Velocity
range
Acceleration
range
Displacement
( p-p )
* p-p : Peak to Peak
0.5 to 199.9 mm/s
0.05 to 19.99 cm/s
0.02 to 7.87 in/s
0.5 to 199.9 m/s^2
0.05 to 20.39 g
2 to 656 ft/s^2
0.005 to 1.999 mm
0.002 to 0.078 inch
Frequency
range
10 Hz to 1 KHz
Function
Velocity
Acceleration
Displacement
* Sensitivity relative during the
the frequency range meet ISO 2954
Refer to table 1, page 28.
RMS, Peak, Max. hold (peak).
RMS, Peak, Max. hold (peak).
p-p, Max. hold (p-p).
* Peak : To measure the peak value.
* p-p : Peak to peak value.
* Max. hold : To hold the max. peak or p-p value.
Accuracy
± ( 5 % + 2 d ) reading , 160 Hz, 80 Hz.
Calibration
point
Velocity
Acceleration
Data hold
* 23 ± 5 ℃
50 mm/s ( 160 Hz )
50 m/s^2 ( 160 Hz )
Displacement ( p-p ) 0.05 mm ( 160 Hz )
Freeze the desired reading.
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Memory
Maximum & Minimum value.
* Memory function are only available for
RMS ( Acc., Vel. ) and Displacement (p-p).
Sampling time Approx. 1 second.
Data logger
Data logger function with flexible
sampling time selection, can save max.
1000-point data into the memory circuit.
Sampling Time Manual Push the data logger button
of Data Logger
once will save the data one
time.
Auto
1, 2, 10, 30, 60, 600, 1800,
3600 seconds.
Sampling time Approx. 1 second.
Power off
Auto shut off, saves battery life,
or manual off by push button.
2-2 Tachometer ( photo, contact ) function
Range
Accuracy
Resolution
Time base
Photo Tachometer : 10 to 99,999 RPM
Contact Tachometer : 0.5 to 19,999 RPM
Surface Speed ( m/min. ) :
0.05 to 1,999.9 m/min.
Surface Speed ( ft/min. ) :
0.2 to 6,560 ft/min.
± ( 0.05 % + 1 digit ).
0.1 RPM
< 1,000 RPM
1 RPM
≧1,000 RPM
0.01 m/min. < 100 m/min.
0.1 m/min. ≧ 100 m/min.
0.1 ft/min.
< 1000 ft/min.
1 ft/min.
≧1,000 ft/min.
Quartz crystal
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Sampling Time Photo Tachometer - 1 sec. ( ≧60 RPM ).
Contact Tachometer - 1 sec. (≧6 RPM ).
Photo
50 - 1,500 mm typically.
* Spec. of detecting distance are that under
Tachometer
detecting
the size of reflecting tape is 10 mm square
distance
& the measuring RPM value is 1,800 PPM.
Laser light
source
* Photo Tach.
Memory
The max. & min. detecting distance may
change under different environment,
different reflecting tape or the measuring
RPM beyond 1800 RPM.
* Less than 1 mW.
* Class 2 laser diode. Red. Wave length
is 645 nm approximately.
Last value, Max. value, Min. value.
2-3 General function
Display
Circuit
Data output
Operating
temperature
Operating
humidity
Power supply
45 mm x 48 mm LCD size.
Exclusive microcomputer circuit.
RS 232 serial output.
0 to 50 ℃ ( 32 to 122 ℉ ).
Less than 80% RH.
1.5 V battery x 4 PCs
UM-3, AA, R6
Alkaline or heavy duty type,
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Power
consumption
Weight
Dimension
Accessories
included
Optional
accessories
Vibration
Approx. 10.5 mA
Tachometer
Approx. 21 mA
Meter
397 g/0.87 LB
Probe with
110 g/0.24 LB
magnetic base
Meter :
46.8 x 75.5 x 188 mm
( 1.8 x 3.0 x 7.4 inch ).
Vibration sensor probe:
Round 18 mm Dia. x 40 mm.
Instruction manual......................... 1 PC.
Vibration sensor ( VB-82 )............... 1 PC.
Magnetic base................................ 1 PC.
Reflecting tape marks (600 mm)..... 1 PC.
RPM cone rubber............................ 1 PC.
RPM funnel rubber......................... 1 PC.
Carrying Case................................ 1 PC.
* Data Acquisition software,
................................ SW-U801-WIN
* Data Logger software, SW-DL2005
* RS232 cable.............. UPCB-02
* USB cable..................USB-01
* IR Temp. probe......... IR-962
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3. FRONT PANEL DESCRIPTION
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Fig. 1
3-1 Display
3-2 Power button ( vibration )
3-3 Hold/ESC/Zero button
3-4 Eenter/REC button
3-5 Function/Send button
3-6 Unit/Logger button
3-7 Operation button ( tachometer )
3-8 Surface speed wheel ( contact tach. )
3-9 RPM adapter ( contact tach. )
3-10 Protection cover ( contact tach. )
3-11 Screw for protection cover
3-12 Cable plug ( vibration sensor )
3-13 Vibration sensor
3-14 Magnetic base
3-15 Input socket ( vibration sensor )
3-16 Laser light beam ( photo tach. )
3-17 Photo tach. detecting sensor
3-18 IR probe input socket
3-19 RS-232 output terminal
3-20 Battery cover/battery compartment
3-21 Cone rubber ( RPM adapter )
3-22 Funnel rubber ( RPM adapter )
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4. VIBRATION MEASURING PROCEDURE
4-1 Basic operation procedures
1) Plug in the " Cable plug " ( 3-12, Fig. 1 ) to the
" Input socket of meter " ( 3-15, Fig. 1 ).
2) Power on the meter by pressing the " Power button "
( 3-2, Fig. 1 ).
3)a. For the Acceleration measurement, press the
" Unit button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once until the display
show the " ACC ", " m/s^2 ", " RMS " symbol
or the " ACC ", " g ", " RMS " symbol.
b. For the Velocity measurement, press the
" Unit button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once until the display
show the " VEL ", " mm/s " and " RMS " symbol
or the " VEL ", " cm/s " and " RMS " symbol.
c. For the Displacement measurement, press the
" Unit button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once until the display
show the " DISP(P-P) ", " mm " symbol.
4)If the surface material of measuring article is not the
ferrous material, hold the vibration sensor by hand &
touch the sensor to the surface of the measuring
article, refer the Fig. 2.
Fig. 2
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5)If the surface material of measuring article is the ferrous
material, connect " Vibration sensor " ( 3-13, Fig. 1 )
with the " Magnetic base " ( 3-14 ), refer Fig. 3.
Put the whole unit ( Vibration sensor & Magnetic
base ) to the surface of measuring article, refer Fig. 4.
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
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4-2 Unit selection ( Imperial/Metric )
During the measurement, press the " Unit
button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) at least 2 second continuously, the
display unit can be changed from the Imperial unit to
Metric unit or be changed from Metric unit to Imperial
unit.
The Metric unit are :
Acceleration measurement is m/s^2 or g.
Velocity measurement is mm/s or cm/s.
Displacement ( p-p ) measurement is mm.
The Imperial unit are :
Acceleration measurement is ft/s^2.
Velocity measurement is inch/s.
Displacement ( p-p ) measurement is inch.
4-3 Function selection ( RMS/PEAK/MAX HOLD )
During the Acceleration, Velocity, Displacement
measurement if press " Function/Send button "
( 3-5, Fig. 1 ) once can select the following function :
Acceleration
( LCD symbol )
Velocity
( LCD symbol )
Displacement
( LCD symbol )
Function
1
ACC
RMS
VEL
RMS
Function
2
ACC
PEAK
VEL
PEAK
DISP(p-p) ---------
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Function
3
ACC
PEAK MAX HOLD
VEL
PEAK MAX HOLD
MAX HOLD
1)Function 1 ( RMS for ACC, VEL., p-p for DISP. ) :
Function 1 is the basic operation function, for
general operation select the function 1 typically.
* If Acceleration function measure the " RMS " value,
the display show " ACC " and " RMS " symbol.
* If Velocity function measure the " RMS " value.
the display show " VEL " and " RMS " symbol.
* If Displacement functon measure the " p-p " ( peak to
peak ) value, the display show " DISP ( p-p ) " symbol.
The definition of " peak to peak ", please refer Fig. 6
2) Function 2 ( Peak , for ACC. and VEL, only ) :
* If Acceleration function measure the " Peak " value,
the display show " ACC " and " PEAK " symbol.
* If Velocity function measure the " Peak " value.
the display show " VEL " and " PEAK " symbol.
The definition of " Peak ", refer Fig. 5.
3)Function 3 ( Max. hold, for ACC., VEL and DISP. ) :
* If Acceleration function measure the " Max. peak "
value with hold. the display show " ACC " and " PEAK
MAX HOLD " symbol.
The definition of " Max. peak hold " value, refer Fig. 5.
* If the Velocity function measure the " Max. peak "
value with hold the display show " VEL " and " PEAK
MAX HOLD " symbol.
The definition of " Max. peak hold " value, refer Fig. 5.
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* The Displacement function measure the max. " p-p "
( peak to peak ) value with hold, the display show "
DISP ( p-p ) " and " MAX HOLD " symbol.
The definition of " peak to peak ", please refer Fig. 6
* Max. hold reset :
If intend rest the " MAX HOLD " value, just
press the " Zero button " ( 3-3, Fig. 1 ) > 2 sec
continuously, the display will return to zero and
make the new max. hold value measurement
again.
Fig. 5
Peak value
Max. peak
value with hold
( ACC., VEL. )
Fig. 6
DISP ( p-p)
Max. DISP ( P-P )
value hold
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4-4 Data hold
During the measurement, push the " Hold button " ( 3-3,
Fig. 1 ) will hold the measured value & the LCD will
show " HOLD " symbol.
Push the " Hold button " again to release the
data hold function.
4-5 Data Record ( Max., Min. reading )
The DATA RECORD function displays the maximum,
minimum readings for the measurement of
Acceleration ( RMS )
Velocity ( RMS )
Displacement ( p-p )
1)Press the " REC button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) once to start the
Data Record function. " REC " will be displayed.
2) With the " REC " symbol on the display :
a) Press the " REC button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) once, the "
REC MAX. " symbol along with the maximum value
will appear on the display.
To delete the maximum value, just press the " Hold
button " ( 3-3, Fig. 1 ) once. The display will show
" REC " and execute the memory function
continuously.
b)Press the " REC button" ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) again, the
REC MIN. " symbol along with the minimum value
will appear on the display. To delete the minimum
value, just press the" Hold button" ( 3-3, Fig. 1 )
once, then the display will show the " REC " symbol
only and execute the memory function continuously.
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c) To exit the memory record function, just press the
" REC button " for at least 2 seconds. The display will
revert to the current reading.
4-6 Zero adjustment procedure
Due to drift of environment temperature value, battery
power change or, meter used for a long time or other
reasons. The display value may exist not zero value
( few digits ) in case of no signal into the " Vibration
Sensor ". General speaking those not zero value will not
effect the measurement typically. However if intend to
make the precision measurement, the following zero
adjustment procedures should be executed as :
1) Press the " Function buttion " ( 3-5, Fig. 1 )
to the " Acceleration " position.
2)No signal into the vibration sensor.
3) Press the " Zero button " ( 3-3, Fig. 1 ) continuously
at least 2 second, the display will return to
zero value with default.
4-7 Data Logger
The data logger function can save 1000-point
data for the vibration function.
The data logger procedures are as following :
a) Press the " REC Button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) once to
start the Data Record function and there will be a
" REC. " symbol on the display.
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b)Auto Data Logger ( Sampling time can select to
1, 2, 10, 30, 60, 600, 1800, 3600 seconds )
Press the " Logger Button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once to start
the Data Logger function. The "
" symbol is
flashed per the sampling time and the data will be
saved into the memory circuit.
Now the Date Logger function is executed.
Manual Data Logger ( Sampling time set to 0
second )
Press the " Logger Button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once will
save the data one time into the memory circuit.
At the same time the "
" symbol will be.
flashed.
Memory full
During execute the data logger function, if the display
show " FULL ",
it indicate the memory data already over
1000 no. and the memory is full.
c) During the Data Logger function is executed, press the
" Logger button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once will stop to
execute the data logger function, the symbol "
"
will be disappeared. If press the " Logger Button "
( 3-6, Fig. 1 ) once again will continuous the Data
Logger function.
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Remark :
1) If intend to change the data logger sampling time,
please refer section 4-10/point 4, page 19.
2) If intend to know the space of balance data
numbers into the memory IC, please refer section
4-10/point 5, page 19.
3) If intend to clear the saving data from the memory
please refer section 4-10/point 6, page 20.
4-8 How to send the data out from the meter
1)Before sending data out from the meter, exit the "
Hold function " and the " Record " function.
2)Press the " Send Button " ( 3-5, Fig. 1 ) at least 2
seconds until display show " r-232 ", then release the
button.
3) Push the " Send Button " ( 3-5, Fig. 1 ) once, display will
count down, at the same the storage data logger data
will send out the meter from the " RS-232 Output
Terminal " ( 3-19, Fig. 1 ).
4) If intend load the data to the computer, it should
connect the RS232 cable ( optional, model : UPCB-02)
or USB cable ( optional, model : USB-01 ) and apply
the Data Logger software ( optional, Model :
SW-DL2005 ).
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4-9 Auto power off
The meter is default to auto power off.
If the user intend to disable the " Auto Power off "
function, refer the section 4-10/point 3, page 18.
Note :
During execute the record function, the auto power
function will disable too.
4-10 Advanced setting procedure
1)Power off the meter, first use the finger to press the
the " Hold button " ( 3-3, Fig. 1 ) continuously, then
press the " Power button " ( 3-2, Fig. 1 ) once.
Release the finger from " Hold button ".
2) One by one to press the " Hold button " ( 3-3, Fig. 1 )
once a while to select the five four function and display
will show flashing text with as :
OFF.......Auto power On/Off management
SEC...... Change the data logger sampling time
Cnt....... To show the balance data numbers in the memory
CLr........Clear the existing saving data from the memory
ESC.......Escape the advanced setting function
3) Auto power On/Off
a. Use the " Hold button " to select the main function to
" OFF ".
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b. Press the " Function button " ( 3-5, Fig. 1) or " Unit
button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1) to select " 1 " or " 0 ".
* If the display value show " 0 ", it will disable the Auto
Power Off function.
* If the display value show " 1 ", it will execute the Auto
PowerOff function.
c. After select the desiring value ( 1 or 0 ), press the "
Enter button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) to save the data with
default.
4) Change the data logger sampling time
a. Use the " Hold Button " to select the main function to
" SEC ".
b. Press the " Function button " ( 3-5, Fig. 1) or " Unit
button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1) to select the data logger
sampling time to 0, 1, 2, 10, 30, 60, 600, 1800, 3600
seconds.
c. After the sampling time value is determined, press the
" Enter button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) to save the sampling
time with default.
5) To show the balance data numbers in the
memory
Use the " Hold button " to select the main function to
" Cnt ".
In the same time display will show the balance data
point that exist into the memory ( allow memorize
data no. ).
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6) Clear the existing saving data from the memory
a. Use the " Hold button " to select the main function to
" CLr ".
b. Press the " Function button " ( 3-5, Fig. 1) or " Unit
button " ( 3-6, Fig. 1) to select " 1 " or " 0 ".
* If the display value show " 0 " , it will be not to clear
the memory.
* If the display value show " 1 " will execute the
memory clear function..
c. After select the desiring value ( 1 or 0 ), press the "
Enter button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) to save the data with
default.
7) ESC
a. Use the " Hold button " to select the main function to
" ESC ".
b. Press the " ESC button " ( 3-3, Fig. 1 ) will escape
the above advanced setting function.
5. TACHOMETER MEASURING
PROCEDURE
5-1 Change the function
1) Press the " Operation Button " ( 3-7, Fig. 1 )
continuously an not release the finger from the button.
2)Press " Function Button " ( 3-5, Fig. 1 ) momentarily in
sequence, the function will change to
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a. Contact RPM measurement, display shows
" RPM " symbol.
b. Surface speed ( m/min. ) measurement,
display shows " m/min " symbol.
c. Surface speed ( ft/min. ) measurement,
display shows " ft/min " symbol.
d. Photo RPM measurement, display shows "
RPM " symbol, at the same the " Laser
Light Beam " ( 3-16 ) will be generated.
Note :
* After the function be selected, release the
buttons, the function will saved into the meter
even turn off the meter.
* Turn on the meter again, the existing select
function will present .
5-2 Photo RPM measurement
1) Select ( default ) the function to " Photo RPM ", refer
chapter 5-1, page 20, 21.
2) Apply a " Reflecting Mark " to the object being
measured. Press the " Operation button " ( 3-7, Fig. 1 )
continuously and align the " Laser Light Beam " ( 3-16,
Fig. 1 ) with the applied target. Verify that the LCD "
Monitor Indicator " (
) lights when the target
pass through the light beam.
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Measuring consideration :
If the measured RPM values is very low ( for
example less than 50 RPM ), recommend to attach
more " Reflecting Marks " average to the object. It
will get the real RPM with high resolution, precisely
& fast sampling time when divided the reading
values by the no. of the " Marks ".
5-3 Contact RPM measurement
1) Select ( default ) the function to " Contact RPM ", refer
chapter 5-1, page 20, 21.
2) Press the " Operation Button " ( 3-7, Fig. 1 ) & lightly
pressing the " RPM Adapter " ( 3-9, Fig. 1 ) against the
center hole on the hole of the measured rotating axis.
Release the " Measuring Button " when the reading
stabilizes ( approx. 2 sec. ).
5-4 Surface Speed Measurement
1) Select ( default ) the function to surface speed " m/min "
or " ft/min ", refer chapter 5-1, page 5.
2) Press the " Operation button " ( 3-7, Fig. 1 ) and simply
attaching the " Surface Speed Wheel " ( 3-8, Fig. 1 ) to
the detector. Release the " Power Button " when the
reading stabilizes ( approx. 2 sec. ).
5-5 Memory recall
1) The readout of " last value ", " max. value " & " min.
value " can be obtained immediately & memorized
into the circuit automatically after turning off the
" Operation Button " ( 3-7, Fig. 1 )
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2) When finish the measuring procedures ( after release
the operation button ), the memorized values can be
displayed on the LCD display whenever :
a. First push the " REC button " ( 3-4, Fig. 1 ) To display the last value ( " LA " and " the last value "
will be displayed alternately ).
b. Second, push the " REC button " again To display the maximum value ( " UP " and " the
max. value " will be displayed alternately).
c. Third, push the " REC button " again To display the minimum value ( " dn " and " the min.
value " will be displayed alternately ).
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6. IR ( Infrared ) TEMPERATURE
MEASURING PROCEDURE
1)Power off the meter.
2) Prepare the IR Temp. probe ( optional, IR-962 ),
connect the cable plug of IR Temp. probe into the " IR
probe input socket " ( 3-18, Fig. 1 ).
3)Power on the meter.
4) Power on the IR Temp. probe.
7. RS232 PC SERIAL INTERFACE
The instrument has RS232 PC serial interface via a 3.5
mm terminal ( 3-19, Fig. 1 ).
The data output is a 16 digit stream which can be
utilized for user's specific application.
A RS232 lead with the following connection will be
required to link the instrument with the PC serial port.
PC
(9W 'D" Connector)
Meter
(3.5 mm jack plug)
Center Pin.......................... Pin 4
Ground/shield.....................Pin 2
Pin 5
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2.2 K
resister
The 16 digits data stream will be displayed in the
following format :
D15 D14 D13 D12 D11 D10 D9 D8 D7 D6 D5 D4 D3 D2 D1 D0
Each digit indicates the following status :
D15
Start Word = 02
D14
4
D13
1
D12, D11 Annunciator for Display
mm/s = 93 ft/s^2 = 97 ft/min. = 11
For example
cm/s = 95
mm = 94
℃ = 01
mm/s=93
in/s = 98
inch = 96
℉ = 02
D12=9, D11=3 m/s^2 = 92 RPM = 27
g = 57
m/min. = 60
D10
Polarity
0 = Positive 1 = Negative
D9
Decimal Point(DP), position from right to the
left
0 = No DP, 1= 1 DP, 2 = 2 DP, 3 = 3 DP
D8 to D1 Display reading, D8 = MSD, D1 = LSD
For example :
If the display reading is 1234, then D8 to
D1 is : 00001234
D0
End Word = 0D
RS232 setting
Baud rate
9600
Parity
No parity
Data bit no.
8 Data bits
Stop bit
1 Stop bit
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8. BATTERY REPLACEMENT
1)When the left corner of LCD display show "
",
it is necessary to replace the battery. However,
in-spec measurement may still be made for several
hours after low battery indicator appears before the
instrument become inaccurate.
2)Open the " Battery Cover " ( 3-20, Fig. 1 ) away from
the instrument and remove the battery.
3)Install 1.5 V battery x 4 PCs ( UN-3, AA, Alkaline or
heavy duty ) and replace the cover.
9. OPERATIONAL ACCESSORIES
RS232 cable
UPCB-02
USB cable
USB-01
Data Logger
software
SW-DL2005
Data Acquisition
software
SW-U801-WIN
*
*
*
*
*
COM port Computer interface cable.
Isolated RS232 cable.
USB Computer interface cable.
Isolated RS232 cable.
Software the used to download
the data logger ( data recorder )
from the meter to computer.
* The SW-U801-WIN is a multi
displays ( 1/2/4/6/8 displays )
powerful application software,
provides the functions of data
logging system, text display,
angular display, chart display,
data recorder high/low limit, data
query, text report, chart report..
.xxx.mdb data file can be
retrieved for EXCEL, ACESS..,
wide intelligent applications.
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IR Temp. probe
IR-962
* Infrared temperature probe
10. CLASSIFICATION RANGES
For the valuation of machines and equipment in the ISO
2372 and VDI 2056, four different kinds of machine
groups with four classification ranges and their limits for
vibration severity ( mm/s ) are determined.
The classifications for each machine group are specified
as follows :
Small machines, especially production electrical
motors of up to 15 KW ( Group K )
Good
Acceptable
Still permissible
Dangerous
0 to 0.71 mm/s
0.72 to 1.80 mm/s
1.81 to 4.5 mm/s
> 4.5 mm/s
Medium sized machines, especially electrical
motors with 15 up to 75 KW output, without special
foundations ( Group M )
Good
Acceptable
Still permissible
Dangerous
0 to 1.12 mm/s
1.13 to 2.80 mm/s
2.81 to 7.1 mm/s
> 7.1 mm/s
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Large machines on heavy foundations ( Group G )
Good
Acceptable
Still permissible
Dangerous
0 to 1.80 mm/s
1.81 to 4.50 mm/s
4.51 to 11.2 mm/s
> 11.2 mm/s
Largest machines and turbo machines with a
special foundations ( Group T ).
Good
Acceptable
Still permissible
Dangerous
0 to 2.80 mm/s
2.81 to 7.10 mm/s
7.11 to 18.0 mm/s
> 18 mm/s
11 SENSITIVITY RELATIVE TABLE
ACCORDING ISO 2954
Frequency
Hz
10
Hz
20
Hz
40
Hz
80
Hz
160 Hz
500 Hz
1000 Hz
Table 1
Normal
value
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
Relative sensitivity
Minimum
Maximum
value
value
0.8
1.1
0.9
1.1
0.9
1.1
1.0
1.0
0.9
1.1
0.9
1.1
0.8
1.1
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