RV-110 / 116
Measuring and Monitoring
of Relativ Shaft Vibrations using
Non-Contacting Displacement Sensor
VIBROCONTROL 1000
Two Channel Machine Monitoring Units
C102 846.002
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Copyright 2015 by Brüel & Kjær Vibro GmbH, D-64293 Darmstadt
Contents
RV - 110 / 116
Contents
1
Description ....................................................................................................................................3
2
Technical Data ..............................................................................................................................4
3
2.1
Ordering code for instrument type RV-110 ..........................................................................8
2.2
Ordering code for instrument type RV-116 ..........................................................................9
Commissioning ..........................................................................................................................10
3.1
Installation ..........................................................................................................................10
3.2
Setting data ........................................................................................................................10
3.3
Connections for instrument type RV-110 ...........................................................................11
3.4
Connections for instrument type RV-116 ...........................................................................12
3.5
Alarm relay .........................................................................................................................15
3.5.1
What you should know about alarm relays .........................................................15
3.5.2
Reset (acknowledgement of relay messages)....................................................16
3.5.3
Setting limit values ..............................................................................................16
3.6
OK relay (self-monitoring) ..................................................................................................17
3.7
Readiness for operation .....................................................................................................17
4
Explosion protection..................................................................................................................18
5
Service .........................................................................................................................................19
6
5.1
Changing settings on the upper board CVC W 005 ...........................................................19
5.2
Changing settings on the lower board CYC V 003 .............................................................20
5.3
Basic settings .....................................................................................................................21
5.3.1
Replacing fuses ..................................................................................................24
5.3.2
Measuring range .................................................................................................24
5.4
Trouble shooting ................................................................................................................26
5.5
Cleaning .............................................................................................................................27
Declaration of conformity ..........................................................................................................28
RV110/116E; 11.03.2016 >SN313 (RV-116)/SN441(RV-110)
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Contents
For your notes!
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Description / Intended Use
1
RV - 110 / 116
Description / Intended Use
The vibration monitoring system VIBROCONTROL 1000, series R,
comprising the
♦
−
Electronics and non-contact displacement sensors
is used for measuring and monitoring the relative shaft vibrations. Quick
rotations of a rotor shaft relative to the bearing shell are picked up by
non-contact displacement sensors and are converted into electrical
signals.
These signals are used by the measuring and monitoring electronics to
form
the max. shaft displacement (smax) with 2-channel operation
90°
45°
Figure 1
−
Sensor arrangement with 2-channel operation
the peak value of vibration displacement (sp) (with 1-channel operation
Direction of the max.
shaft displacement
RV110AUF E (960313)
Figure 2
Sensor arrangement with 1-channel operation
The electronics compares either of these values with 2 settable limit values.
If these limit values are exceeded the respective alarm relays are switched.
Warnings (pre-alarm) or machine shut-down (main alarm) can be released
via the potential-free relay contacts.
The instruments types RV-110 and RV-116 only differ in the power
supply voltage.
RV-110 requires a power supply voltage of 230 V AC,
RV-116 requires a power supply voltage of 24 V DC.
Adhere to
instructions !
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attached
safety
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Technical Data
Technical Data
Number of measuring channels
2 (X and Y)
Measuring input
designed for a non-contact displacement sensor
type SD-05x and SD-08x, as a part of a measuring
chain.
Input resistance
The measuring input is adjusted in the factory
according to the ordering code
Working frequency ranges
2 ... 5000 Hz (-3 dB)
Measured variable
Vibration displacement (s)
Characteristic
2-Channel operation (X, Y)
Max. shaft deflection (smax)
1-Channel operation (X)
Peak value (p)
Measuring ranges
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Displacement sensors SD-05x
0 ... 20 µm
0 ... 50 µm
0 ... 100 µm
0 ... 200 µm
0 ... 500 µm
Displacement sensors SD-08x
0 ... 40 µm
0 ... 100 µm
0 ... 200 µm
0 ... 400 µm
0 ... 1000 µm
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Analog outputs
Number
2
Voltage output
0 ... 10 V,
Current output
0/4 ... 20 mA,
RB ≤ 500 Ω
The current range is changed by soldering jumpers
Error
5 % of measured value
3 % of full scale
RL ≥ 100 kΩ
Mains connection for instrument type RV-110
Mains voltage
230/115 V AC, +10/-15 %, 50 ... 60 Hz
Power consumption
10 VA
Fusing
2 x 0.1 A, 250 V, slow
The power supply must only be made via separator (switch or circuit breaker)! The
switched used as a separator must meet the requirements according to IEC 60947-1 und
IEC 60947-3 and be suitable for application
Mains connection for instrument type RV-116
Mains voltage
24 V DC
Power consumption
10 W
Limits of voltage
min. 15 V
max. 40 V
Fusing
1.6 A, 250 V, slow
Housing
Design
Aluminum casting
Type of protection
IP 65 as per DIN 40 050
Painting
RAL 7032 (grey)
Dimensions
360 x 160 x 90 mm (L x W x H)
Weight
approx. 4.5 kg
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Technical Data
Admissible ambient conditions
Storage temperature
-40 °C ... + 100 °C
Working temperature
0 °C ... + 65 °C
with increased error
-30 °C ... + 65 °C
Air humidity
max 95 %, non-condensing
EMC
EN 61326-1
Safety
EN61010-1
WEEE-Reg.-No. 69572330
product category / application area: 9
Limit values
Number
2
Setting range
10 % ... 100 % of full scale
Setting error
5 % of full scale
Response delay
Limit value LIM1 (pre-alarm)
0.03 s, 1 s, 3 s, 10 s, ± 5 %
Limit value LIM2 (main alarm)
0.03 s, 1 s, 3 s, 10 s, ± 5 %
The response time is changed by means of
jumpers
Switching hysteresis
3 % of full scale
Alarm relays
Number
2
Design
monostable relays, optionally
−
−
normally de-energized
normally energized
determined by jumpers
Changeover between latching/non-latching is
realized by means of jumpers
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Technical Data
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Contact loading (ohmic load)
Switching voltage
AC max. 250 V, at max. 1 A
DC max. 150 V, at max. 0,5 A
Switching capacity
AC max. 250VA, at max. 1 A
DC voltage-dependent
........................at 150 V: P < 70 W
........................at 48 V: P < 72 W
........................at 24 V: P < 192 W
A spark suppressor must be provided in the
case of inductive load!
OK relay
Number
1
Design
same as alarm relay, however, normally
energized non-latching
Self-monitoring
Responding to:
−
−
−
Short-circuit/interruption in the input circuit
Wrong distance of sensor to measuring track
Failure of supply voltage
Fault is signalled via the OK relay without
response delay
Since external voltages can be connected to the relay contacts, hazardous contact voltage
may still be present, even after disconnection of the power supply.
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2.1
Ordering code for instrument type RV-110
Figure 3
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Technical Data
Ordering code
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Technical Data
2.2
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Ordering code for instrument type RV-116
Figure 4
Ordering code
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3
Commissioning
Commissioning
Adhere to attached safety instructions !
3.1
Installation
Remove housing cover and fix base part by using 4 Phillips heads M6. Any
installation position is accepted!
Replace unused conduit threads by sealed metallic pegs to ensure type of
protection IP 65 and EMC security.
Note:
Installation (assembly) may only be performed by trained personnel!
90
4xM16x1,5
360
48
110
160
28
o6,3
30
54
Identification plate
340
grounding terminal,
connection to ground
min. 16 mm 2
grounding
terminal
AP-RV110/116 (030911)
Figure 5 Dimensions
Note!
The assembly of the VIBROCONTROL 1000 (RV-110/RV-116) must not be
undertaken in areas with permanent vibrations. Possibly a vibration-isolated
installation must be implemented.
3.2
Setting data
The measuring and monitoring electronics have been set and tested
according to the details given in your order.
The setting data are defined on insert sheet "Ordering code/device setting".
The insert sheet is contained in the housing.
If the device setting is other than standard, you will find the setting data under
the heading of "Factory setting". For your own safety you should write down
each change of the setting data together with the serial no. in the insert
sheet.
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3.3
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Connections for instrument type RV-110
Removal of the housing cover enables access to the connection
terminals.
Housing/Gehäuse
N
1
48
17
19
F2
0,1A
slow/
träge
20
F3
18
L
47
SIG 6
AC-Mains/
Versorgungssp.
230 V
115 V
31
COM
-DC
IN
9
Set points/ Grenzwerte
LIM 1
SIG 10
0%
100
SIG
COM 7
-DC 8
29
30
Oscillators
OD-...
Oszillatoren
OD-...
2
*
PE
SIG
COM 11
COM
-DC
-DC 12
R40
IN
26
*
*
13
LIM 2
100
0%
27
28
Output
0...10 V DC
- 24
+ 25
*
*
R41
Output
0/4...20 mA DC
14
16
-2
+1
OK-Relay
*
711153pD
Relays/Relais
36
311153pD
LIM 1
37
42
non-latching/
nicht-selbsthaltend
Reset/
Löschen
LIM 2
43
3
*
15
4
5
44
45
*
no jumper: latching
keine Brücke: selbsthaltend
Delay/Verzögerung
32
33
34
Normally de-energized / Arbeitsstrom
Normally energized / Ruhestrom
1sec
3sec
LIM 1
W11
321
10sec
35
38
39
40
Normallyde- energized / Arbeitsstrom
Normally energized / Ruhestrom
1sec
3sec
LIM 2
10sec
W21
3 21
41
*
no jumper/keine Brücke: 30 ms
VIBROCONTROL 1000
RV-110
Schirm an Kabelverschraubung (s. Handbuch Bild 6)
Shield on cable gland (manual fig. 6)
min. 16 mm2
Wiring according to wiring diagram!
Attention!
Please check potentials and grounding of peripheral instruments before
commissiouing. If required, separate potentials.
RVANSCHL (040715) metr
Figure 6
Connection terminal diagram
(The relay contacts are shown in de-energized condition.)
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3.4
Commissioning
Connections for instrument type RV-116
Removal of the housing cover enables access to the connection
terminals.
Housing/Gehäuse
PE
+
DC-Mains/
Versorgungssp.
24 V / 0,7 A
47
-
48
SIG 6
COM 7
SIG
-DC
9
*
slow/träge
Set points/ Grenzwerte
LIM 1
100
31
SIG 10
COM 11
0%
30
IN
COM
-DC 8
F1 1,6 A
29
Oscillators
OD-...
Oszillatoren
OD-...
2
1
SIG
-DC
-DC 12
R40
IN
COM
*
*
13
LIM 2
26
100
0%
27
28
Output
0...10 V DC
- 24
+ 25
*
*
R41
Output
0/4...20 mA DC
14
-2
+1
OK-Relay
16
*
4...20mA
Relays/Relais
0...20mA
36
non-latching/
nicht-selbsthaltend
42
4
5
LIM 1
37
3
*
15
Reset/
Löschen
LIM 2
43
44
45
*
no jumper: latching
keine Brücke: selbsthaltend
Delay/Verzögerung
32
33
34
1sec
LIM 1
Normally de-energized / Arbeitsstrom
Normally energized / Ruhestrom
W11
3sec
321
10sec
35
38
39
40
Normally de-energized / Arbeitsstrom
Normally energized / Ruhestrom
1sec
LIM 2
W21
3sec
3 21
10sec
41
*
no jumper/keine Brücke: 30 ms
VIBROCONTROL 1000
RV-116
Schirm an Kabelverschraubung (s. Handbuch Bild 6)
Shield on cable gland (manual fig. 6)
min. 16 mm2
Wiring according to wiring diagram!
Attention!
Please check potentials and grounding of peripheral instruments before
commissiouing. If required, separate potentials.
RV116ANSCHL (040715) metr
Figure 7
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Connection terminal diagram
(The relay contacts are shown in de-energized condition.)
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RV - 110 / 116
Note:
This chapter describes the connection terminals of RV-110 and RV-116.
Possibly necessary changes of the device setting are described in the
"Service" chapter.
Protective conductor
Protective conductor SL of the power supply cable must be connected to
grounding point 1 of filter board CEM V 001 (see Fig. 11). Use the cable lug
that is already attached to grounding connection 1.
Screening
All cables connected to the electronics with exception of the power supply
cable must be screened!
−
The screen is connected to the respective conduit thread as shown in
Fig. 8.
Figure 8
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Connecting the cable gland to the conduit thread
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Commissioning
1-Channel operation (X)
During 1-chanel operation, the Y-channel has to be adapted with resistors to
avoid an OK-relay error.
If the 1-channel operation is known by the order the adaption is made in the
factory according to the ordering code.
Housing/Gehäuse/Boîtier
Oscillators
OD-...
Oszillatoren
OD-...
Oscillateurs
OD-...
2
SIG 6
SIG
COM 7
COM
IN
-DC
-DC 8
9
SIG10
COM 11
R2
-DC 12
13
R3
R1
R 1 = 15 K
R 2 = 12 K
R 3 = 0 Ohm
Anpassung des Y-Kanals bei 1 Kanal Betrieb
Adaptation of the Y-channel if only 1-channel operation
L´adaptation de y-canaux comme si seulement régime à 1 canal
RVANPASS (980120)
Figure 9
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Adaptation of the Y-Kanals by 1-Channel operation
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3.5
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Alarm relay
If the limit values are exceeded the respective alarm relays res-pond with
time delay.
Their potential-free change-over contacts enable release of a warning or
shut-down of the monitored machine.
3.5.1
What you should know about alarm relays
Two switching variants are available:
♦
Normally de-energized
The relay coil is dead with non-exceeded limit value (OK), it is life when
the limit value (alarm) is exceeded - the relay is energized.
♦
Normally energized
The relay coil is life with non-exceeded limit value (OK), it is dead when
the limit value (alarm) is exceeded - the relay is released.
Set the desired variant by using jumpers (see connection terminal diagram
Fig. 6 and 7).
normally
normally
de-energized energized
limit values
8
7
4
6
5
1
6
order
code
LIM 2
R40
28
5
27
0%
4
9
3
26
100%
1
Alarm
31
LIM 2
0%
2
OK
100%
8
OK
LIM 1
7
Alarm
30
9
Alarm
1
OK
LIM 1
3
OK
2
29
Alarm
R41
2
CVC W 005
LIM 1
order code: RV-
LIM 2
11
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
RV-LIM1-2 (980120)
Figure 10
Limit value relay
The contacts are shown in dead condition.
Two modes of operation are possible:
♦
♦
latching
non-latching
The required mode of operation is set by means of jumpers (see connection
terminal diagram Fig. 6 and 7)
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3.5.2
Commissioning
Reset (acknowledgement of relay messages)
Latching alarm relays must be reset after
−
−
an alarm message has been given or
switching on the monitoring electronics.
The jumper between terminals 44 and 45 effects "permanent reset" If
required, this jumper may be removed and be replaced by an external reset
button that will bridge terminals 44 and 45 only when actuated (see Fig. 6
and 7).
Connect the reset button with screened line only!
3.5.3
Setting limit values
The response thresholds of both alarm relays are defined via potentiometers
LIM1 and LIM2. Setting is done in % related to set full scale.
Example:
Requirement:
Pre-alarm at 50 µm/s
Main alarm at 70 µm
Setting
Measuring range: 100 µm (= 100 %)
Pre-alarm: Potentiometer LIM1
50 µm = 50 %
Main alarm: Potentiometer LIM2
70 µm = 70 %
limit values
LIM 1
100%
0%
9
1
8
3
7
4 5 6
0%
2
100%
LIM 2
9
1
2
8
3
7
4 5 6
R40
R41
GWPOTIS (980120)
Figure 11
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Alarm potentiometer
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OK relay (self-monitoring)
Integrated self-monitoring signals
−
−
−
short circuit/interruption of input circuit
wrong distance of the transducer to the measuring track
failure of the supply voltage
The message is given without delay via the OK relay.
The OK relay is always
−
−
Normally energized and
Non-latching
Upon connection of the measuring and monitoring electronics after the
elimination of functional errors, the OK relay automatically changes from
"Alarm" back to "OK" (Reset is not required).
Alarm messages are not influenced by self-monitoring.
3.7
Readiness for operation
Energize the voltage supply after having provided for all connections and
settings; the OK relay is energized and switched to "OK".
With self-latching alarm relays, actuate the external reset button - no alarm
must be pending!
During acceleration the machine might reach vibration values that exceed the
limit values (e.g. passing resonance value).
If the alarm delay time is not sufficient to enable a resonance condition to be
run through, then the corresponding limit value relays will be activated with
consequental machine shut-down.
To avoide this condition, the relay activation must be over-riden.
Upon reaching working condition:
−
−
Actuate reset button
Reactivate shut-down system
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Explosion protection
Explosion protection
Vibration monitoring system VIBROCONTROL 1000, type R, can also be
used to monitor machines in hazardous areas.
In this case, two safety barriers per measuring chain are required:
♦
♦
1 Supply barrier
1 Signal barrier
Connection is realized according to the attached wiring diagram.
Please take further information from
−
−
the grounding recommendations for explosion protection - installation in
the appendix.
Installation instructions for displacement sensors in the appendix.
Install electronics and the safety barriers outside the
hazardous area !!!
The user is responsible for installation according to local regulations and
acceptance by the authorities.
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Service
5
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Service
Adhere to attached safety instructions !
5.1
Changing settings on the upper board CVC W 005
Settings of electronics are modified at the coding terminals on the upper
board CVC W 005.
Access to terminals is possible after having removed the housing cover.
The following table shows all possibilities of setting and their coding. The
coding terminals are shown on terminal connection diagram Fig. 6 and 7.
Adjustment by means of jumpers at the coding terminals
Relay - latching/-non-latching
(not valid for OK relay!)
LIM 1 latching
LIM 1 non-latching
LIM 2 latching
LIM 2 non-latching
LIM 1
LIM 1
LIM 1
LIM 1
LIM 2
LIM 2
LIM 2
LIM 2
Relay - response delay
(not valid for OK relay!)
30 ms
1s
3s
10 s
30 ms
1s
3s
10 s
Relay - normally de-energized /
normally energized
LIM 1 Normally de-energized
LIM 1 Normally energized
LIM 2 Normally de-energized
LIM 2 Normally-energized
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without jumper
36 + 37
without jumper
42 + 43
without jumper
32 + 33
32 + 34
32 + 35
without jumper
38 + 39
38 + 40
38 + 41
jumpers
W
W
W
W
11 Pin 2 + 3
11 Pin 1 + 2
21 Pin 2 + 3
21 Pin 1 + 2
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5.2
Service
Changing settings on the lower board CYC V 003
Settings of electronics are modified at the coding terminals on the lower
board CYC V 003.
Access to terminals is possible after having removed the upper board.
The following table shows all possibilities of setting and their coding. The
coding terminals are shown on terminal connection diagram Fig. 6 and 7.
Adjustment by means of jumpers at the coding terminals
Function
Analog output
4 ... 20 mA
0 ... 20 mA
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jumper at terminals
3+5
4+5
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Basic settings
Basic settings must be changed by authorized service personnel only !!!
Unauthorized intervention is forbidden!
Deenergize the device before opening!
Access to basic board CYC V 003 is achieved by removing the upper section
consisting of upper board CVC W 005 and filter board CEM V 001.
The following components are located on the base:
−
−
−
−
fuses F2 and F3 for instrument type RV-110
fuse F1 for instrument type RV-116
analog outputs terminal 3 ... 5
soldering jumpers to change the measuring range
W40 ... W42
W50 ... W52
Hinweis:
Since external voltages can be connected to the relay contacts, hazardous
contact voltage may still be present, even after disconnection of the power
supply.
1
1
9
7 8 9
7
8
6
5
4
9
7 8 9
Relay
6
5
4
1
7
8
Relay
Upper board
CVC W 005
Filter board
CEM V 001
32
33
38
39
34
35
40
41
W11
W21
36
42
43
321
321
2
1
37
1
2
1
Figure 12
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RV110-05 (970718)
Upper board CYC V 003
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Service
Removing upper board block
Remove upper board CVC W 005
4 hexagon nuts M3. (item. 1) fixing point see Fig. 12
Remove the X1 plug
Release filter board CEM V 001
6 hexagon nuts M3. (item. 1) fixing point see Fig.. 12
1 Phillips head M6 x 10 (item. 2) fixing point see Fig. 14
Turn up the filter board CEM V 001
The base plate CYC V 003 is then accessable.
Reassembly is the reverse procedure.
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Installing upper panel board
4
3
1 = Socket pin
2 = Filter board CEM V 001
3 = Spring washer
4 = Hexagon nut M3
2
1
BEFESTIGUNG 2 (960410)
Figure 13
Fixing point item 1
1 = Cheese head screw M3 x 12
2 = Toothed disk
3 = Board
4 = Toothed disk
5 = Hexagon nut M3
6 = Washer
7 = Cable lug
8 = Washer
9 = Hexagon nut M3
Figure 14
Grounding connection
1
1
2
3
1 = Hexagon nut M3
2 = Toothed disk
3 = Grounding angle
4 = Filter board CEM V 001
5 = Phillips head M6 x 10
6 = Toothed disk
7 = Mounting plate
8 = Housing
6
5
4
8
7
BEFESTIGUNG 3 (960410)
Figure 15
Grounding connection
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5.3.1
Service
Replacing fuses
The fuses are installed on base plate CYC V 003. Replacement of fuses is
possible after having removed the upper board block.
5.3.2
For instrument type RV-110:
Fuses F2, F3 = 100 mA slow
For instrument type RV-116:
Fuse F1 = 1.6 A slow
Measuring range
The measuring range has been adjusted in the factory as defined in the
order.
Modification of the measuring range at the customer's is possible by altering
the soldering jumper on base plate CYC V 003.
It is possible to choose the next higher or next lower measuring range. The
resistors required for modification of the measuring range have been
provided on site. Measuring range modification must be performed for both
channels (X and Y).
The following table shows the available measuring rangs:
Measuring ranges (µm) with different sensors
R (kΩ)
X- Channel -Y
500
200
100
50
20
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500
200
100
50
20
SD - 05x
(8 mV / µm)
SD - 08x
(4 mV / µm)
SD - xxx
(2 mV / µm)
0 ... 20
0 ... 50
0 ... 100
0 ... 200
0 ... 500
0 ... 40
0 ... 100
0 ... 200
0 ... 400
0 ... 1000
0 ... 80
0 ... 200
0 ... 400
0 ... 800
0 ... 2000
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Example
Measuring range for sensors SD-05x
set in the factory
0 ... 100 µm
next higher measuring range
0 ... 200 µm
next lower measuring range
0 ... 50 µm
Figure 16
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Base plate CYC V 003
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5.4
Service
Trouble shooting
Adhere to attached safety instructions !
If the OK-relay signals a malfunction, proper functioning of the monitoring
system cannot be guaranteed any longer.
We recommend to perform the following tests:
1.
−
Checking voltage supply
Required voltage at the mains terminals
Deenergize the instrument!
− Power supply fuses F2 and F3 defective? (for instrument type RV-110)
− Power supply fuse F1 defective? (for instrument type RV-116)
the fuses are installed on base plate CYC V 003.
2.
Checking the measuring chain(s)
(cf. also respective data sheets and operating instructions)
−
−
−
−
−
3.
Short-circuit in sensor/extension cable?
Break of sensor/extension cable?
Plug/terminal connections defective?
Oscillator or safety barrier defective?
Distance between sensor to measuring track too short / too long?
Alarm relays shows faulty behaviour
Alarm relay responds even though vibration level is
uncritical
− Alarm limits too low?
− Response delay too short?
− Measuring range wrong?
Alarm relay LIM2 released before LIM1
− Limit value LIM2 smaller than LIM1?
− Response delay LIM1 too long?
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No reset of alarm relay after remaining under limit
value
− Mode of operation "latching" selected?
− Electronic defective?
4.
Measured value display even though there is no
vibration level
Possible causes:
− Plug-and-socket connection
between
transducer/extension
not
insulated *
−
−
−
−
6
Humming via grounding loop
Components of measuring chain not tuned*
Field effect from neighbouring strong current line
Grounding not in accordance with attached grounding recommendations
−
Measuring chain defective?
∗
cf. also the respective data sheets and operating instructions
Cleaning
The device can be cleaned externally using a slightly damp cloth.
Do not bring any moisture such as water and other liquids into contact with
the device!
7
Disposal
Adhere to attached safety instructions !
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Declaration of conformity
Declaration of conformity
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