SKF Reliability Systems standard product catalogue

SKF Reliability Systems standard product catalogue
SKF Reliability Systems
standard product catalogue
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Introduction
Table of contents
Global presence – local solutions
SKF Vibration Penplus …………………………………………………………… 3
CMVP 40 (in/s) equivalent Peak/CMVP 50 (mm/s) RMS
With over 100 years of experience, SKF stands alone as a total
solution provider for maximizing machine and plant productivity.
With a reputation for quality, technological innovation and
service that spans the globe, SKF brings what no other vendor
can to the maintenance arena.
Local SKF sales and service representatives and worldwide
distributors provide access to the range of SKF bearings,
maintenance products, lubricants and condition monitoring
instrumentation and software, independent of your location.
In any kind of rotating machinery, from huge rolling machines to
the smallest of motors, the bearing knows if there is a potential
problem. As the primary interface between moving parts, the
bearing is literally the diagnostic heart of the machine.
Misalignment, unbalance, looseness and friction, are all
telegraphed through the bearing. Understanding the
information coming from this diagnostic “pulse” and then
applying the latest and best technology to the problem is the key
to raising machine productivity and lowering operating costs.
This standard product catalogue features a convenient collection
of monitoring tools that no industrial manufacturing plant
should be without.
SKF Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe…………………………………… 6
CMIN 400-K
SKF Temperature Probe ……………………………………………………… 9
CMSS 2000-SL
SKF MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer……………………… 13
CMSS 2020
SKF Basic Condition Monitoring Kit……………………………..……… 15
CMPK 200plus/CMPK 210plus
SKF Bearing Analysis Kit……………………………………………………… 17
CMPK 60plus/CMPK 70plus
SKF Machine Condition Detector Pro IS ……………………………… 19
CMVL 3600-IS Machine Reliability Inspection
System – Intrinsically Safety (IS) rated
SKF MicroVibe P ………………………………………………………………… 22
CMVL 3850-SL
SKF Loop-powered Vibration Transmitter …………………………… 26
CMSS 420VT
Product Support Plans (PSP) ………………………………… Back Cover
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SKF Vibration Penplus
CMVP 40, english system (in/s; equivalent Peak)/
CMVP 50, metric system (mm/s; RMS)
Overall vibration and enveloped acceleration
Overview
A multi-parameter approach to condition monitoring provides
two different methods for monitoring machinery condition.
This allows for early detection of specific machinery problems
and provides more ways to measure changes in machinery
condition.
The SKF Vibration Penplus is a multi-parameter vibration
monitoring tool capable of measuring vibration (caused by
rotational and structural problems like imbalance, misalignment,
looseness, etc.), and capable of measuring vibration in higher
frequencies (caused by rolling element bearing or gear mesh
problems).
Multi-parameter monitoring is the most thorough and effective
method for monitoring bearing and machinery condition. The
Vibration Penplus tool’s multi-parameter approach provides
accurate and reliable data upon which to base maintenance
decisions and promotes early detection, confirmation, and
accurate trending of bearing and machinery problems.
Functional description
When performing measurements, the Vibration Penplus tool’s
sensor input signal is processed to produce two different
measurements for each machinery POINT, Overall Vibration
and enveloped acceleration.
The Vibration Penplus tool’s LCD simultaneously displays both
measurement values. Depending on the type and location
of the machinery component being measured, either or both
readings may be of interest.
Overall vibration
(ISO* 10816, Part 1-6) Low frequency vibration (10 Hz to
1 kHz)
Overall velocity vibration occurring in the 10 Hz to1 kHz
frequency band is considered the best operating parameter
for judging rotational and structural problems like
imbalance, resonance, misalignment, looseness, and stress
applied to components.
Many machinery problems may cause excessive overall
vibration. Mechanical looseness, imbalance, soft foundation,
misalignment, rotor bow, resonance, eccentricity, bad belts, or
lost rotor vanes can all be measured with overall ISO* vibration
measurements.
Measuring the overall vibration of a machine or component, or
the structure of a machine, and comparing the measured value
to the machine’s normal value (or to ISO 10816 standards)
indicates machinery health and condition changes.
Note: Overall vibration is not an indicator of bearing or gear mesh
problems that typically occur in higher frequency ranges.
Enveloped acceleration
Bearing/gear mesh frequency vibration (10 kHz to 30 kHz)
Enveloped acceleration measurements measure the high
frequency repetitive vibration signals typically caused by
bearing and gear mesh problems.
Envelope detection is very useful in rolling element bearing and
gear mesh analysis where a low amplitude, repetitive vibration
signal may be hidden by the machine’s rotational and structural
vibration noise.
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SKF Vibration Penplus CMVP 40/CMVP 50
For example, suppose a rolling element
bearing has a defect on its outer
raceway. Each rolling element strikes
the defect as it passes the defect,
causing a small, repetitive vibration
signal. This vibration signal is of such
low amplitude that, under normal ISO
vibration monitoring, it is lost in the
machine’s other rotational and structural
noise.
Envelope detection filters out low
frequency rotational signals, then
enhances the high frequency defect
signals to focus on repetitive events in
the 10 kHz to 30 kHz frequency range,
and provides an averaged peak value for
early detection of bearing and gear mesh
problems.
Note: Enveloped acceleration measurements
do not detect rotational or structural
vibration caused by imbalance,
misalignment, looseness, etc.
Easy operation
Vibration Penplus readings are easily
performed, simply:
• Turn the Vibration Pen
plus
on.
• Press the Vibration Pen tool’s
sensor tip against your machinery
measurement POINT.
plus
• Wait for the readings to stabilize, and
record the measurement values.
Easy evaluation
The Vibration Penplus tool’s front-panel
LCD simultaneously shows overall
velocity vibration readings in mm/s RMS
(CMVP 50) or in in/s equivalent Peak
(CMVP 40), and acceleration enveloping
readings in gE (“E” indicating enveloped
acceleration).
The SKF Vibration Pen severity
card provides quick reference for
ISO Standard 10816 overall velocity
vibration comparisons.
plus
General severity level
guidelines
When considering severity levels,
one should always be aware that
even standards can only provide
general guidelines to determine
initial alarm settings. At no time
should such guidelines substitute
for experience and good judgement.
The most reliable method of
determining alarm settings is to
trend vibration readings over time,
establish baseline values and alarm
settings above baseline values.
Vibration measured In
velocity
For velocity vibration, ISO standards
like ISO 10816, First Edition 1995
or VDI 2056 guidelines are generally
accepted. ISO 10816 with the title
‘Mechanical vibration – Evaluation of
machine vibration by measurements on
non-rotating parts’ consists of six parts.
Part 1 (10816-1) determines general
guidelines and are superseded by the
following, more explicit parts of ISO
10816, like part 2 (10816-2) for Landbased steam turbines and generators in
excess of 50 MW with normal operating
speeds of 1500 r/min, 1800 r/min, 3000
r/min and 3600 r/min.
The severity chart shown in Table 1,
is in accordance with the ISO 10816-2
guidelines. For exceptions to this
guideline and for more details, please
refer to the ISO 10816-2 document
itself.
Industrial machines with nominal power
above 15 kW and nominal speeds
between 120 rpm and 15000 rpm when
measured in situ are covered by ISO
10816-3.
The machines are separated into four
different groups:
Group 1
Large machinery and electrical machines
with shaft height greater than 315 mm.
These machines are normally equipped
with sleeve bearings.
Group 2
Medium-size machines and electrical
machines with shaft height in between
160 mm and 315 mm.
These machines are normally equipped
with rolling element bearings and
operating speeds above 600 rpm.
Group 3
Pumps with multivane impeller and with
separate driver with rated power above
15 kW.
Machines of this group may be equipped
with sleeve or rolling element bearings.
Group 4
Pumps with multivane impeller and with
integrated driver.
Machines of this group mostly have
sleeve or rolling element bearings.
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SKF Vibration Penplus CMVP 40/CMVP 50
Specifications
Ordering information
Vibration pickup: Piezoelectric acceleration integrated sensor (compression
type)
• CMVP 40-EN Vibration Penplus english system (in/s; equivalent
Peak), includes two (2) CR2032 lithium batteries, a leather
belt holster, Vibration Severity Card and a English language
manual
Measurement range: 1 to 55 mm/s (RMS), 0.06 to 3.00 in/s (equivalent,
Peak)
Tolerance: ± 10% and 2 digits measured at 80 Hz
Frequency range:
Overall vibration: 10 Hz to 1,000 Hz (Tolerances measured within the
frequency range are in accordance with ISO 3945 and 2 digits.)
Acceleration enveloping: 10 kHz to 30 kHz
Display: Measurement value 3.5 digit LCD
• CMVP 50-EN Vibration Penplus metric system (mm/s; RMS),
includes two (2) CR2032 lithium batteries, a leather belt
holster, Vibration Severity Card and a English language
manual
• CMVP 50-DE Vibration Penplus metric system (mm/s; RMS),
includes two (2) CR2032 lithium batteries, a leather belt
holster, Vibration Severity Card and a German language
manual
Display cycle: Approximately one (1) second
Overload indication: OVER
Battery replacement indication: BATT
Hold indication: HOLD
Power: Two (2) CR2032 lithium batteries
Battery lifetime: 170 mA hours current consumption
Measurement mode: 7.5 mA
HOLD mode: 3.0 mA
• CMVP 50-FR Vibration Penplus metric system (mm/s; RMS),
includes two (2) CR2032 lithium batteries, a leather belt
holster, Vibration Severity Card and a French language
manual
Auto power off function: Power is turned off approximately two minutes
after last ON or HOLD operation
Dimensions: Height: 17.8 mm (0.7”)
Width: 30.5 mm (1.2”)
Length: 157.5 mm (6.2”)
Weight: Approximately 77 g (2.7 oz.) with batteries
Ambient operating conditions: -10 °C to +50 °C (+14 °F to +122 °F)
* ISO (International Organization for Standardization)
20% to 90% relative humidity
Table 1. Vibration severity chart ISO 10816-2.
ISO 10816-2
Velocity
Steam Turbines and Generators
Speed (rpm)
CMVP 40
in/sec eq.
Peak
CMVP 50
mm/sec
RMS
0.66
11.8
0.56
0.47
0.42
7.5
0.29
5.3
0.21
3.8
0.16
2.8
0.08
1.4
0.00
0.0
1500 or 1800
3000 or 3600
Table 2. Vibration severity chart ISO 10816-3.
ISO 10816-3
Velocity
CMVP 50
mm/sec
RMS
10.0
0.61
11.0
8.5
0.39
7.1
0.25
4.5
0.19
3.5
0.16
2.8
0.13
2.3
0.08
1.4
0.04
0.7
0.00
0.0
RESTRICTED OPERATION
UNRESTRICTED OPERATION
NEWLY COMMISSIONED
MACHINERY
Machinery
Groups 1 and 3
Rated power
CMVP 40
in/sec eq.
Peak
DAMAGE OCCURS
Machinery
Groups 2 and 4
Foundation
15 kW – 300 kW
Group 1: 300 kW – 50 MW
Group 3: Above 15 kW
DAMAGE OCCURS
RESTRICTED OPERATION
UNRESTRICTED
OPERATION
NEWLY COMMISSIONED MACHINERY
Rigid
Flexible
Rigid
Flexible
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SKF Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
CMIN 400-K
Features
• Detect pressure and vacuum leaks … including
compressed air
• Check steam traps and valves quickly and accurately
• Detect arcing, tracking and corona in electric apparatus
• Test bearings, pumps, motors, compressors, etc.
Introduction
The Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe senses high frequency
sounds produced by operating equipment, leaks and electrical
discharges. It electronically translates these signals by a
heterodyning process, making them audible, so that a user can
hear these sounds through a headset and see them as intensity
increments on a meter.
The Inspector 400 can complement your condition monitoring
program by providing you with the following capabilities:
Pressure/vacuum leaks
As any gas (air, oxygen, nitrogen, etc.) passes through a leak
orifice, it generates a turbulent flow with detectable high
frequency components. By scanning the test area with the
Inspector 400, a leak can be heard through the headset as a
rushing sound or noted on the meter bar graph indicator. The
closer the instrument is to the leak, the louder the rushing
sound and the higher the meter reading. Should ambient noise
be a problem, a rubber focusing probe may be used to narrow
the instrument’s reception field and to shield it from conflicting
ultra sounds.
Valve
Valve activity such as leakage or blockage can be accurately
checked while the valve is on line. Properly seated valves are
relatively quiet while leaking valves produce a turbulent flow as
the fluid moves from the high pressure side through the leak to
the low pressure side. Due to a wide sensitivity and ultrasonic
frequency, all types of valves even in noisy environments can be
accurately tested.
Valve stems
Valve stems may be quickly tested for leaks to atmosphere.
Steam trap inspection
Major steam trap manufactur­ers have recommended ultra­
sound inspection of steam traps as one of the most reliable
methods available. By converting the ultrasonic elements of a
working steam trap into the audible range, the Inspector 400
allows users to hear through headphones and see on a meter
the exact condition of a steam trap while it is on line. Blowby,
machine gunning, oversized traps or line blockage are all easily
detected.
The Inspector 400 markedly reduces confusion from extraneous
sounds or from heat transfer, even when traps are extremely
close together.
Electrical inspection
Arcing and corona discharge emit ultra sounds at the site of
emission. This electrical discharge can be located quickly by
scanning the area with the Inspector 400. The signal is heard
as a frying or buzzing sound in the headset. As with pressure
or vacuum leak detection, the closer the instrument is to the
discharge, the more intense the signal.
Test switch gear, transformers, circuit breakers, buss bars,
relays, junction boxes, insulators, and other electrical gear.
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SKF Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe CMIN 400-K
General mechanical inspection
Heat exchangers, boilers and condensers
The Inspector 400 ultrasonic probe can detect the early
stage of a machine’s mechanical malfunction. NASA research
has demonstrated that ultrasound monitoring will locate
potential bearing deficiencies before they are detected by the
traditional heat and vibration methods. With the Inspector
400, users hear the sound quality of a bearing as well as
monitor ampli­tude changes on the meter. This complements
other monitoring instruments and adds to the ability to trend,
troubleshoot and confirm poten­tial bearing problems.
In-leakage or pressure leakage can be readily located with the
Inspector 400. Fittings, valves, flanges are all easily scanned for
leakage. The high frequency, short wave nature of ultrasound
allows operators to pinpoint the location of a leak in high noise
environments. Condenser tubes and heat exchanger tubes may
be tested for leakage through two (2) methods: Vacuum and
Pressure.
General mechanical inspection is easy with the Inspector 400
and with very little training, users can learn to test bearings
within minutes. Current vibration programs can achieve
enhanced diagnostic ability with the Inspector 400.
The tube sheet is scanned for the telltale rushing sound
produced as the leak draws air into the tube.
Prevent over‑lubrication with the Inspector 400 by simply
lubricating only until the meter reaches a specified level. Over
lubrication is one of the more common causes of bearing
failure.
General mechanical inspection of pumps, motors,
compressors, gears and gear boxes: All types of operating
equipment may be inspected with the Inspector 400.
Since the Inspector 400 works in a high frequency, short
wave environment, problems such as cavitation in pumps,
compressor valve leakage or missing gear teeth may be heard
and isolated.
Reciprocating compressor valve analysis has also become
successful with the Inspector 400 and therefore many engine
analyzer companies now offer instruments with an ultrasonic
input port.
Vacuum
Pressure
Additional testing may be performed when the system is
off‑line utilizing air pressure around the tube bundle and
scanning for the rushing sound produced from the leaking tube.
Application
CMIN 400-K
Pressure and vacuum leak detection
3
Valve seat leak detection
3
Exhaust system leaks
3
Heat exchangers, boilers, condensers
3
Steam trap inspection
3
Bearing testing
3
Gear/gear box inspection
3
General mechanical inspection and troubleshooting
3
Tanks, pipes, etc., leak testing
3
Electrical inspection
3
Left to right: Valve leakage, pressure / vacuum leaks, mechanical inspection and tank leakage.
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SKF Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe CMIN 400-K
Available Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
Stethoscope/Scanner kit includes:
• Inspector 400 ultrasonic probe pistol housing with LED bar
graph meter, 8-position sensitivity selection, low battery
indicator
• Scanning module
• Rubber focusing probe
• Stethoscope module
• Lightweight foam lined headset
• 9 volt alkaline battery (replaceable)
• Cordura/nylon soft pack carrying case
• Comprehensive instruction manual (English language)
Specifications
Construction: Hand-held ABS pistol type ultrasonic processor, stainless
steel sensor enclosures
Circuitry: SMD/solid state hybrid heterodyne receiver
Frequency response: 20–100 kHz (centered at 38–42 kHz)
Indicator: 10 segment LED bar graph (red)
Sensitivity selection: 8-position precision attenuation
Ordering information
Low battery voltage indicator: LED
• CMIN 400-K Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe Stethoscope/
Scanner Kit
Headset: Lightweight foam lined double headset wired monophonic
impedance; 16 ohms
Accessories and replacement parts
Probes: Scanning module stainless steel unisonic (single transducer)
piezoelectric crystal type; stethoscope/contact module stainless steel plug-in
type with 5.5” stainless steel waveguide
• CMAC 8600-1 Lightweight foam lined headset
Rubber focusing probe: Shields stray ultrasonic signals and focuses
detected signals
• CMAC 8600-3 Deluxe noise isolating headphones to be worn
with hard hat
Response time: 300 millisec
• CMAC 8600-4 Utility belt with holster
Power: 9 volt alkaline battery
Ambient operating temperature range: 0 °C to +50 °C
(+32 °F to +120 °F)
• CMAC 8600-2 Deluxe noise isolating headphones
Storage temperature: -18 °C to +54 °C (0 °F to +130 °F)
• CMAC 8600-5 Patented liquid leak amplifier, case of 12 x
8 oz bottles, (used for extremely low level leaks 1 x 10-6
mil/sec)
Dimensions: Height: 133 mm (5.25”)
• CMAC 8600-6 Stainless steel unisonic scanning module
• CMAC 8600-7 Stainless steel stethoscope/contact module
Relative humidity: 10% to 95% noncondensing at up to +30 °C (+86 °F)
Width:
50 mm (2.00”)
Length: 203 mm (8.00”)
Weight: 320 g (11 oz)
• CMAC 8600-8 Stethoscope extension rods
Carrying case: Cordura/nylon soft pack with die cut foam
• CMAC 8600-9 Rubber focusing probe
Optional kits that includes the CMIN 400-K Inspector
400 Ultrasonic Probe
• CMPK 200plus Basic Condition Monitoring Kit
• CMPK 210plus Basic Condition Monitoring Kit
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SKF Temperature Probe
CMSS 2000-SL
Laser Sighted Non-contact Temperature Probe
Features
• Single point laser sighting
• Adjustable emissivity
• High and low alarm
• MAX, MIN, DIF, AVG temperature displays
• Data logging
• Trigger lock
• Backlit display
• Hard case and wrist strap
Introduction
There are many uses for this hand-held non-contact
thermometer. Compact, rugged, and easy to use – just aim,
pull the trigger, and read the temperature in less than a
second. You can safely measure surface temperatures of hot,
hazardous, moving, or hard-to-reach objects without contact.
The non-contact thermometer senses the energy of an
object with an infrared detector. When pointed at an object,
the infrared detector collects energy producing a signal that
the microprocessor translates as a reading on the backlit
display. As the trigger is squeezed, the object temperature is
continuously measured by the infrared detector. This allows for
fast and accurate real-time readings.
Simply point, shoot and read. No contact with hot surfaces
or moving parts means safer, faster, and easier temperature
measurements.
This instrument features a -32 °C to +600 °C (-25 °F to
+1100 °F) temperature range; laser sighting; LCD backlight;
MAX, MIN, ∆T, and AVG temperatures; recall last reading,
HI and LOW audible and visual alarms; °C or °F selectable; low
battery indicator; recall last reading; and adjustable emissivity
for more accurate temperature measurements.
Units are molded from high-strength, solvent-resistant plastic.
The optics are recessed for added environmental protection. A
cable/strap anchor is provided for the belt clip.
Hard case
A water resistant, dust-proof case which holds the unit
(includes belt clip) and measures 245 mm x 169 mm x 52 mm
(9.6” x 6.6” x 2.0”) is included.
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SKF Temperature Probe CMSS 2000-SL
Laser sighting
Applications
With offset single point laser sighting, the laser point shows the
approximate center of the area measured.
Find hot spots in
electrical connections.
Find hot spots in
motors and bearings.
Extra bright
laser point
How to accurately measure temperature
Locating a hot or cold spot
1
OM
ED
THERMOSTAT
HOUSING
RADIATOR
CYLINDER HEAD
WATER BYPASS
M
WATER
PUMP
OIL COOLER
CYLINDER BLOCK
EDO
CYLINDER
LINERS
Examine temperature
differences in engine
blocks to eliminate
costly breakdowns.
2
Field of view
Verify the temperature
of asphalt, welded
membranes and
rooftop HVAC
components.
ED O M
M
EDO
Measure a steam trap
line for temperature
differences. Make sure
that the diameter of
the pipe fills the fieldof-view.
MODE
MODE
Scan a moving surface
to examine a dynamic
thermal profile.
To find a hot or
cold spot, aim the
thermometer outside
the area of interest.
Then slowly scan across
the area with an up and
down motion until you
locate the hot or cold
spot.
Make sure that the
target is larger than the
unit’s spot size. The
smaller the target, the
closer you should be to
it. (See the diagram on
the side of the unit.)
Emissivity
Emissivity is a term used to describe the energy-emitting
characteristics of materials. Most organic materials and painted
or oxidized surfaces have an emissivity of 0.95. Inaccurate
readings can result from measuring shiny or polished metal
surfaces. To compensate for this, adjust the unit’s emissivity
reading, or cover the surface to be measured with masking
tape or flat black paint (< 148 °C/ 300 °F). Allow time for the
tape or paint to reach the same temperature as the material
underneath it. Measure the temperature of the tape or painted
surface.
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SKF Temperature Probe CMSS 2000-SL
Display
User interface display
A
Backlight “On” symbol
B °C / °F symbol
C
High Alarm and Low
Alarm symbol
D Temperature values
for the MAX, MIN, DIF,
AVG, HAL (high alarm),
LAL (low alarm), and
logged temperatures
E
F
Symbols for MAX, MIN,
DIF, AVG, HAL, LAL,
PRB
LOG icon shows log
Mode for data storage
G Current temperature
value
H SCAN or HOLD
I
Emissivity symbol and
value
J
Low Battery, Lock, and Laser “On” symbols
Buttons
1
SET button (for setting high and low alarm)
2
Up and Down buttons
3
MODE button (for cycling through the Mode loop)
4
Laser/Backlight on/off button (pull trigger and press button
to activate laser/backlight)
5
LOG button (for storing data)
In SCAN mode, the LCD displays both the current temperature
(G) and selected Mode function (D, E) in °C/°F (B). The unit
will HOLD the last reading for 7 seconds after the trigger is
released; the word HOLD appears (H). When the battery is
low, the battery icon is displayed, but the unit will continue to
function; when the battery is dead, the display will be blank,
and the unit will no longer function. To activate the laser and
backlight, pull the trigger. Press the laser/backlight button
(4) once to activate the backlight, twice to turn both laser and
backlight on, and a third time to turn them off.
How it works
Infrared thermometers
measure the surface
temperature of an
opaque object. The unit’s
optics sense emitted,
reflected, and transmitted
energy, which is collected
and focused onto a
detector. The unit’s electronics translate the information into a
temperature reading which is displayed on the unit. The laser
is used for aiming purposes only.
Measuring temperature
Units measure the surface temperature of objects. To
measure temperature, pull and hold the trigger while
pointing at the target to be measured (See distance and
spot size). A temperature reading appears on the display.
If the thermometer is subject to large changes in ambient
temperatures (hot to cold or cold to hot), allow 30 minutes
for temperature stabilization before taking measurements to
ensure accuracy.
Storing data
The thermometer is capable of storing up to 12 data locations.
The infrared temperature, temperature unit (°C or °F) and
emissivity are also stored.
Distance and spot size
To achieve an accurate temperature reading, unit must be
the correct distance from the targeted object. A singular laser
spot highlights
the approximate
center of the spot
measurement
area. This spot
measurement
area gets larger
the farther away
you are from the
target. The ratio
of the Distanceto-Spot Size, or D:
S, is shown in the
NOTE: The unit measures the average surface
diagram to the
temperature inside the measurement spot.
right.
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SKF Temperature Probe CMSS 2000-SL
Specifications
Ordering information
Temperature range: -32 °C to +600 °C (-25 °F to +1100 °F)
• CMSS 2000-SL Temperature Probe, including multilingual
user manual (English, French, German, Portuguese, and
Spanish), alkaline battery, hard case and wire strap
Accuracy [assumes ambient operating temperature of +23 °C (+73 °F) at
calibration geometry]:
For targets above +23 °C (+73 °F): ± 1% of reading or ± 1 °C (± 2 °F),
whichever is greater.
-18 °C to +23 °C (0 to +73 °F): ± 2 °C (± 3 °F)
-26 °C to -18 °C (-15 °F to 0 °F): ± 2.5 °C (± 4 °F)
-32 °C to -26 °C (-25 °F to -15 °F): ± 3 °C (± 5 °F)
Optional kits that includes the CMSS 2000-SL
Temperature Probe
• CMPK 60plus Bearing Analysis Kit (english system) includes:
Repeatability: ± 0.5% or ≤ ± 1 °C (± 2 °F), whichever is greater
– CMSS 2000-SL Temperature Probe
Response time: ≤ 0.5 second (95% of reading)
– TMEH1 OilCheck Monitor
Spectral response: 8 to 14 µm
Emissivity: Digitally adjustable emissivity (from 0.1 to 1.0 by 0.01)
Ambient operating range: 0 to +50 °C (+32 °F to +120 °F)
Relative humidity: 10% to 90% relative humidity noncondensing, at
< +30 °C (+86 °F) ambient
Storage temperature: -20 °C to +60 °C (-13 °F to +158 °F) without
battery
Weight: 320 g (11 oz)
Dimensions: 200 mm x 160 mm x 55 mm (8” x 6” x 2”)
Power: 9 V Alkaline or NiCad battery
Typical battery life (Alkaline):
• 20 hours (with laser and backlight on 50%)
• 40 hours (with laser and backlight off)
Laser sighting (Class II): Extra bright laser point
Typical distance to target: 5 meters (15 feet)
Distance to spot (D:S): 30:1 at focus point
MIN, MAX, AVG, DIF, temperature display
Data logging: 12 points
Probe jack
Display hold: 7 seconds
Hi / low alarm
LCD backlit
Temperature display: °C or °F selectable
Display resolution: 0.1 °C (0.1 °F)
Hard carrying case
Locking trigger
Tripod mounting: 6.35 mm (1/4-20 UNC threading)
– CMVP 40 Vibration Penplus
• CMPK 70plus Bearing Analysis Kit (metric system) includes:
– CMSS 2000-SL Temperature Probe
– TMEH1 OilCheck Monitor
– CMVP 50 Vibration Penplus
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SKF MicroTemp –
Non-contact Thermometer
CMSS 2020-SL
Features
• Laser sighted
• Fast and easy-to-use
• Compact, rugged size
Introduction
The SKF MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer CMSS 2020
takes the surface temperature of almost any object quickly and
easily. Just aim, pull the trigger, and read the temperature on
the display. Surface temperatures of hot, hazardous, or hardto-reach objects can safely be measured without contact.
Its compact size makes it handy for use in the electrical/
industrial, automotive/diesel, food safety and various other
industries.
Non-contact thermometer uses
Electrical/industrial
Automotive and diesel
Food safety
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SKF MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer CMSS 2020-SL
Details
Measuring
To measure a temperature, point MicroTemp Non-contact Thermometer at object and pull
the trigger. Be sure to consider distance-to-spot size ratio and field of view. The laser is only
used for aiming.
Display
The backlit LCD displays the current temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit. The unit will hold
the reading for 7 seconds after the trigger is released; the word HOLD appears. The presence
of the battery icon indicates a low battery (B).
Usage
The handle pulls open by using the finger indents. This provides access to the unit switch
(A) for Celsius or Fahrenheit selection. It also provides access to insert or remove the 9 Volt
battery.
Specifications
Order information
Recommended target ranges: The unit’s distance-to-target spot size ratio
is 6:1. For best results, make sure the target is larger than the unit’s spot
size.
• CMSS 2020-SL MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer
including multi-lingual user manual, (English, French,
German, Portuguese and Spanish), 9 V alkaline battery
Temperature range: -18 °C to +260 °C (0 to +500 °F)
Accuracy: For targets at:
-1 °C to +260 °C (+30 °F to +500 °F) ± 2% of reading
or ± 2 °C (± 3.5 °F) whichever is greater;
-18 °C to -1 °C (0 to +30 °F) ± 3 °C (± 5 °F)
Weight: 227 g (0.5 lb)
Dimensions: 152 mm x 101 mm x 38 mm (6.0” x 4.0” x 1.5”)
Ambient operating range: 0 to +50 °C (+32 °F to +120 °F)
Relative humidity: 10% to 95% relative humidity noncondensing, at up to
+30 °C (+86 °F)
Power: 9 V Alkaline or NiCad battery
Optional kits that includes the CMSS 2020-SL
MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer
• CMPK 200plus Basic Condition Monitoring Kit
• CMPK 210plus Basic Condition Monitoring Kit
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SKF Basic Condition Monitoring Kit
CMPK 200plus metric system/CMPK 210plus english system
• Check bearing and machine condition
quickly and easily.
• Reduce unexpected downtime.
An essential collection of monitoring tools that no industrial
manufacturing plant should be without. Makes condition
monitoring a simple task for maintenance, operations, reliability
and vibration analysis departments.
A powerful combination for detection of
machine and bearing defects
Multi-parameter condition monitoring:
• Vibration Penplus CMVP 40/CMVP 50
• MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer CMSS 2020
• Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe CMIN 400
CMPK 200plus Kit (metric system) includes:
• CMVP 50, metric system (mm/s, RMS) Vibration Penplus with
carrying case
• CMSS 2020 MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer
• CMIN 400 Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe with headphones
• Batteries included
CMPK 210plus Kit (english system) includes:
• Vibration severity card
• CMVP 40, english system (in/s, equivalent peak) Vibration
Penplus with carrying case
• Belt holder for the Vibration Penplus
• CMSS 2020 MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer
• Comprehensive quick start instruction card
• CMIN 400 Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe with headphones
• Rugged carrying case
• Batteries included
• Vibration severity card
• Belt holder for the Vibration Penplus
• Comprehensive quick start instruction card
• Rugged carrying case
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SKF Basic Condition Monitoring Kit CMPK 200plus/CMPK 210plus
The SKF Basic Condition Monitoring Kit consists of: Ordering information
SKF Vibration Pen
plus
CMVP 40 (in/s equivalent Peak) / CMVP 50 (mm/s RMS)
• So light and compact it fits in your shirt
pocket
• Easy to operate
• Measures according to ISO 10816 standards
For additional information, please refer to the
previous section containing the Vibration Penplus.
SKF Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
CMIN 400
• Detect pressure and vacuum leaks …
including compressed air
• Check steam traps and valves quickly and
accurately
• Detect arcing, tracking and corona in electric
apparatus
• Test bearings, pumps, motors, compressors,
etc.
For additional information, please refer to the
previous section containing the Inspector 400
Ultrasonic Probe.
SKF MicroTemp – Non-contact Thermometer
CMSS 2020
• Laser sighted
• Fast and easy-to-use
• Compact, rugged size
For additional information, please refer to the
previous section containing the SKF MicroTemp –
Non-contact Thermometer.
• CMPK 200 PLUS-EN Basic Condition
Monitoring Kit includes:
– CMVP 50-EN Vibration Penplus metric system
(mm/s; RMS), with English user manual
– CMSS 2020-SL MicroTemp – Non-contact
Thermometer
– CMIN 400-K Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
with headphones
– Custom hard-shell carrying case
– Batteries included
• CMPK 200 PLUS-DE Basic Condition
Monitoring Kit includes:
– CMVP 50-EN Vibration Penplus metric system
(mm/s; RMS), with German user manual
– CMSS 2020-SL MicroTemp – Non-contact
Thermometer
– CMIN 400-K Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
with headphones
– Custom hard-shell carrying case
– Batteries included
• CMPK 200 PLUS-FR Basic Condition
Monitoring Kit includes:
– CMVP 50-EN Vibration Penplus metric system
(mm/s; RMS), with French user manual
– CMSS 2020-SL MicroTemp – Non-contact
Thermometer
– CMIN 400-K Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
with headphones
– Custom hard-shell carrying case
– Batteries included
• CMPK 210 PLUS-EN Basic Condition
Monitoring Kit includes:
– CMVP 50-EN Vibration Penplus english system
(in/s; equivalent Peak), with English user
manual
– CMSS 2020-SL MicroTemp – Non-contact
Thermometer
– CMIN 400-K Inspector 400 Ultrasonic Probe
with headphones
– Custom hard-shell carrying case
– Batteries included
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SKF Bearing Analysis Kit
CMPK 60plus english system/CMPK 70plus metric system
• Check bearing and machine condition
quickly and easily.
• Reduce unexpected downtime.
A convenient collection of monitoring tools that no industrial
manufacturing plant should be without. Makes condition
monitoring a simple task for maintenance, operations, reliability
and vibration analysis departments.
Monitor vibration, temperature and oil condition
with:
• Vibration Penplus CMVP 40/CMVP 50
• Non-contact Temperature Probe CMSS 2000-SL
• OilCheck Monitor TMEH1
CMPK 60plus Bearing Analysis Kit (english system)
includes:
• CMVP 40, english system (in/s, equivalent peak) Vibration
Penplus with manual, carrying case, severity card, and battery
• CMSS 2000-SL Laser Sighted Non-contact Temperature
Probe with manual, hard case, belt clip, and battery
• SKF TMEH1 OilCheck with manual, soft carrying case, and
battery
• Custom hard-shell carrying case
CMPK 70plus Bearing Analysis Kit (metric system)
Includes:
• CMVP 50, metric system (mm/s, RMS) Vibration Penplus with
manual, carrying case, severity card, and battery
• CMSS 2000-SL Laser Sighted Non-contact Temperature
Probe with manual, hard case, belt clip, and battery
• SKF TMEH1 OilCheck with manual, soft carrying case, and
battery
• Custom hard-shell carrying case
Ordering information
• CMPK 60 PLUS-EN Bearing Analysis Kit includes:
– CMVP 40-EN Vibration Penplus english system (in/s;
equivalent Peak), with English user manual
– CMSS 2000-SL Temperature Probe, including hard case
and wrist strap, multilingual user manual (English, French,
German, Portuguese and Spanish)
– TMEH1 OilCheck Monitor, soft carrying case, manual in
English language
– Custom hard-shell carrying case
– Batteries included
• CMPK 70 PLUS-EN Bearing Analysis Kit includes:
– CMVP 50-EN Vibration Penplus metric system (mm/s; RMS),
with English user manual
– CMSS 2000-SL Temperature Probe, including hard case
and wrist strap, multilingual user manual (English, French,
German, Portuguese and Spanish)
– TMEH1 OilCheck Monitor, soft carrying case, manual in
English language
– Custom hard-shell carrying case
– Batteries included
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SKF Bearing Analysis Kit CMPK 60plus/CMPK 70plus
The SKF Bearing Analysis Kit consists of:
SKF Vibration Penplus
Laser Sighted Non-contact Temperature Probe
CMVP 40 (in/s) equivalent, Peak/
CMVP 50 (mm/s) RMS
CMSS 2000-SL
• So light and compact it
fits in your shirt pocket
• High and low alarms
• Easy to operate
• Measures according to
ISO 10816 standards
For additional information,
please refer to the previous
section containing the
Vibration Penplus.
OilCheck
TMEH1
• Shows changes in oil
condition effected by:
– Water content
– Fuel contamination
– Metallic content
– Oxidation
• Proven method
• Calculates minimum,
maximum, differential, and
average temperatures
• Expanded temperature
range of -32 °C to +500 °C
(-25 °F to +932 °F)
• Precision laser sighting to
pinpoint the target
• Features automatic shut
off
For additional information,
please refer to the previous
section containing the
Laser Sighted Non-contact
Temperature Probe.
The usual contamination found in oils is caused by oxidation
and acid build up, which occur during the normal operation of a
machine and should show up as a gradual increase in readings
over a period of time. Other contaminants occur because of
excessive wear or mechanical failure, the main elements of
which are dirt, soot, fuel, water, antifreeze and metal particles.
These elements give a marked increase in the OilCheck’s
reading and will give immediate warning of possible resulting
failure.
Technical Data
• Hand-held and user
friendly
Suitable oil types: Mineral and synthetic oils
• Numerical readout to facilitate trending
Readout: Green/red grading, numerical value (0 – 100)
The OilCheck detects and measures the dielectric constant
of oil. By comparing the measurements obtained from
used and unused oils of the same brand, OilCheck is able to
determine the degree of change in the dielectric constant of
the oil. Dielectric change is directly related to the degradation
and contamination level of the oil and helps the user to
optimize intervals between oil changes and to detect increased
mechanical wear and loss of the oils lubricating properties.
Repeatability: Better than 5%
Battery: 9 V Alkaline IEC 6LR61
Battery lifetime: > 150 hours or 3,000 tests
Dimensions: 250 mm x 95 mm x 32 mm (9.8” x 3.7” x 1.3”)
NOTE: The SKF OilCheck is not an analytical instrument. It is an instrument
to detect only changes in the oil condition. The visual and numerical
readouts are purely a guide to enable trending of the comparative
readings of a good oil to a used oil of the same type and brand.
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SKF Machine Condition Detector Pro IS
CMVL 3600-IS Machine Reliability Inspection System
Intrinsically Safety (IS) rated
The SKF Machine Condition Detector Pro IS
(MCD Pro IS) is certified Intrinsically Safe
(IS) for Europe and North America. The
ruggedized MCD Pro IS is ideal for use in the
hazardous environments typically found in the
petrochemical Industrial marketplace.
Go / No Go machine monitoring
The Machine Condition Detector Pro IS is designed
to provide a straightforward approach to machinery
monitoring. The instrument’s sensor affixes to a
machine point via a MARLIN QuickConnect (MQC) Stud or
magnetic bases for automatic collection of vibration and
temperature data. Green, yellow and red LEDs provide easyto-interpret indications of machine status, so operations or
maintenance personnel can quickly identify the need for more
in-depth analysis on a particular machine.
ATEX
ATEX APPROVED
The SKF Machine Condition Detector Pro IS (MCD Pro
IS) provides for velocity, enveloped acceleration, and
temperature monitoring with general alarm capabilities
and has ATEX Certifications.
Multi-parameter monitoring capabilities
The Machine Condition Detector Pro IS operates as a standalone device, or as an accessory to the SKF MARLIN hand-held
mobile computers for Operator Driven Reliability (ODR). When
used with SKF Machine Inspector companion software and the
MARLIN QuickConnect Line of mechanical and computerized
studs, the complete system offers customers in non-hazardous
conditions the added power and functionality of immediate
in-the-field feedback on alarm conditions, as well as data
storage, trending and analysis. Data is logged for trending, SPC
(Statistical Process Control) rule violation, and percent change
from last measurement and baseline data.
SKF Operator Driven Reliability (ODR) process ensures
that operator observations are accurately, thoroughly,
and consistently recorded and communicated. Utilizing
automated technology that is linked to your maintenance
strategy, operators immediately respond to abnormal process
conditions, proactively, with in-the-field corrective actions that
help increase production output. In the event of degrading
asset health, operators can initiate work notifications to your
computerized maintenance management system (CMMS),
providing enhanced awareness to maintenance management.
Vibration monitoring
When performing measurements, the MCD Pro IS’s
sensor input signal is processed to produce two vibration
measurements for each measurement POINT. Velocity
vibration identifies phenomena which are observable in the low
to mid frequency range, and indicates such structural problems
as misalignment, unbalance, mechanical looseness and more.
However, events which occur in the higher frequency ranges
such as bearing and gear problems, can also be detected by
the MCD Pro IS with its “Acceleration Enveloping” capability, a
signal processing technique which focuses on enhancing the
repetitious vibration signals that characterize such problems.
Temperature
Temperature measurements enhance the “early warning”
benefit of the instrument by offering a useful indication
of mechanical condition or the load applied to a specific
component, since, as a bearing or its lubrication fails, friction
causes its temperature to rise.
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SKF Machine Condition Detector Pro IS CMVL 3600-IS
General alarm capabilities
Specifications
When used as a stand-alone tool, the Machine Condition
Detector Pro IS may be easily programmed for six alarm
settings, which include the “alert” and “danger” levels for each
of the three measurements. When measurements are taken,
current measured values are automatically compared to six
user-defined settings, and the MCD Pro IS’s alarm indicator
and LED react appropriately. An “alert” condition provides a
user with an early warning of impending problems for which
immediate in depth analysis should be performed. A “danger”
alarm indicates that a problem has escalated to a point where
actions must be made quickly to avoid a serious failure.
Measurements
Vibration pickup: Integrated piezoelectric acceleration (ceramic, shear
type)
Measurement range:
Velocity: 0.3 – 55 mm/s (RMS), 0.02 – 3.00 in/s (equivalent. Peak). Meets
ISO Standard 10861-1
Enveloped acceleration: 0.3 gE – 20.0 gE
Temperature: 0 °C to +100 °C +32 °F to +212 °F)
Frequency range:
Overall velocity: 10 Hz – 1 kHz (Tolerances measured within the frequency
range are in accordance with ISO 3945)
Enveloped acceleration band 3: 500 Hz – 10 kHz
MARLIN QuickConnect (MQC) studs for
quality, repeatable data collection
Specially designed mechanical and computerized studs enable
one or several users to collect consistent, accurate, and
repeatable data from each measurement point. Engineered to
work exclusively with the Machine Condition Detector Pro IS
(MCD Pro IS), the MARLIN QuickConnect (MQC) mechanical/
computerized studs provide for a fast, quarter turn connection
which temporarily fastens the probe to a measurement point.
This reduces the possibility of errors and inconsistencies often
resulting from data collected by a variety of individuals using
varying methodologies.
Display
Viewing area: 54.99 mm x 17.78 mm (2.165” x 0.700”)
Power
Main power: Two (2) 1.5 V alkaline “AA” batteries
Battery lifetime: 30 hours
Backup battery: One (1) 3 V BR1225 Lithium Ion Battery
Auto off: Two (2) minute countdown on last operation
Hazardous Area Ratings
Intrinsic Safety (IS):
ATEX: II1G EEx ia IIC T4 (Ta = -20 °C to +40 °C)
Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D T3A (USA, Canada)
Physical Characteristics
Case: Water and dust resistant (IP 65)
Drop test: Six (6) feet on multiple axes
Dimensions: Length: 190.5 mm (7.50”)
Width: 43.2 mm (1.70”)
Height: 41.4 mm (1.63”)
Weight: 431 gms (0.95 lb) with battery, 635 gms (1.4 lb) with
temperature magnet probe tip
USER Environment
Operating temperature: -20 °C to +60 °C (-4 °F to +140 °F) ordinary
locations
-20 °C to +40 °C (-4 °F to +104 °F) hazardous locations
Storage temperature: -37 °C to +70 °C (-34 °F to +158 °F)
Humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing
COMMUNICATIONS PORT
Type: Micro D RS-232
QUICKCONNECT INTERFACE
Receptacle: 1/4 turn 5/8-24 two (2) lead thread with contact
Accessories to fit:
MQC: QuickConnect Stud series – CMSS 26xx
Temperature Magnet
4” (10 cm) Stinger: CMSS 60139-04
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SKF Machine Condition Detector Pro IS CMVL 3600-IS
Ordering information
MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector)
MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) and mounting accessories (continued)
CMVL 3600-IS-K-01-C Machine Condition Detector (MCD
Pro IS) Kit
• Tap for 1/4-28 kit [CMAC 9600-04]
Each CMVL 3600-IS-K-01-C Kit consists of the following items:
• Drill bit for M8 x 1.25 kit [CMAC 9600-06]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) probe
[CMVL 3600-IS]
• Tap for M8 x 1.25 kit [CMAC 9600-07]
• MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) 1/4-28 stud, one (1)
[31706301]
• End mill or counter bore for either kit [CMAC 9600-09]
• Temperature magnet for MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition
Detector) probe [CMAC 3610]
• Stinger probe 4” (10 cm) [CMSS 60139-04]
• “AA” Alkaline batteries, two (2)
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) setup key
[CMAC 3620]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) padded carrying
Case [31736700]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) user manual
[CMVL 3600M-SL]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) quick start card
[CMVL 3600-QS]
MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) and mounting
accessories
• MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) mechanical M8 x 1.25
mounting thread – three (3) studs per package [CMSS 2600-3]
• MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) mechanical 1/4-28 mounting
thread – three (3) studs per package [CMSS 2610-3]
• MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) computerized (patent pending)
M8 x 1.25 mounting thread – three (3) studs per package
[CMSS 2601-3]
• MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) computerized (patent pending)
1/4 x 28 mounting thread – three (3) studs per package
[CMSS 2611-3]
• Tool kit for spot face 1/4-28 [CMAC 9600-01]
• Tool kit for spot face M8 x 1.25 [CMAC 9600-02]
• Drill bit for 1/4-28 kit [CMAC 9600-03]
• Pilot for 1/4-28 kit [CMAC 9600-05]
• Pilot for M8 x 1.25 kit [CMAC 9600-08]
Optional accessories
• Cable, MDM (MARLIN I-Pro) to MCD Pro IS (Machine
Condition Detector) [CMAC 6107]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) setup key
[CMAC 3620]
• Temperature magnet for MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition
Detector) probe [CMAC 3610]
• Probe tip replacement kit for temperature magnet for MCD
Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) [CMAC 3630]
• Magnetic probe tip for MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition
Detector) [CMAC 3611]
• Stinger probe 4” (10 cm) [CMSS 60139-04]
• 1/4-28 MQC (MARLIN QuickConnect) for stinger interface
[CMSS 2610-1]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) quick start card
[CMVL 3600-QS]
• MCD Pro IS (Machine Condition Detector) user manual
[CMVL 3600M-SL]
MARLIN data manager
The MARLIN MCD Pro IS can be used in non-hazardous
conditions with the following MARLIN data managers as well as
all international language translation kits:
• MARLIN I-Pro CS, Bar Code Scanner [CMDM 6210]
• MARLIN I-Pro NI2, Bar Code Imager, NI (Non-incendive)
Class I Division 2 [CMDM 6220]
• MARLIN I-Pro NIA, Bar Code Imager, NI (Non-incendive)
ATEX Zone 2 [CMDM 6230]
• MARLIN I-Pro IS data manager, Class I, Division 1, Groups C
and D [CMDM 6350]
• MARLIN S-Pro IS data manager, ATEX Zone 1 [CMDM 5360]
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SKF MicroVibe P
CMVL 3850-ML
Power without complexity, an advanced instrument for
simplified vibration assessment that fits in your pocket.
Now available in multiple languages (ML): English,
Chinese, German and Spanish.
With SKF’s new MicroVibe P, vibration assessment is as close
and convenient as your PDA! This economical vibration meter
expansion module fits in a PocketPC’s compact flash card slot
(CF Type II) and features the user-friendly Windows® Mobile
Operating System. Identify problems and assess machine
condition quickly and easily with this versatile and easy-to-use
pocket tool.
Power without complexity
A handy “quick-check” solution, based on the universal PDA
platform, MicroVibe P is simple to use. Built-in automatic
functions virtually eliminate setup, while the analytical displays
and automatic judgment of machine vibration readings help
users identify machine problems on the spot!
Features
• Exceptional value
– Low cost, compact, lightweight, works with many Pocket PC
PDA’s by Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Toshiba, etc.
• Quickly identify problems
– Expert judgment criteria based on ISO vibration severity
standard and SKF bearing evaluation
– FFT Spectrum analysis enables user to pinpoint problems
like unbalance, misalignment, bearing, rubs, etc.
– Multi-point automation
• Standard vibration measurements
– Envelope acceleration, acceleration, velocity, displacement,
time waveform, and FFT spectrum analysis
• Store and recall measurements
– For trending and analysis, store up to 2,000 overall
vibration signals, 1,000 FFT spectrum, and 200 time
waveforms
• Data management software
– Enables users to transfer machinery vibration data to a
computer for trending and further analysis
• MicroVibe P kit includes:
– MicroVibe P module, data management software,
accelerometer and cable, magnetic base, earphones, user
manual, and carrying case (everything but the PDA).
An advanced instrument for simplified
vibration assessment
The SKF MicroVibe P system
The MicroVibe P collects and displays overall vibration readings
and automatically provides expert judgment of the measured
velocity and overall enveloped acceleration levels, enabling
immediate, accurate and reliable assessment of machine or
bearing condition.
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SKF MicroVibe P CMVL 3850-ML
Multi-point automation saves time and
improves reliability
Automatically collect the
most useful measurements
for vibration analysis
– acceleration, velocity,
displacement, and enveloped
acceleration – simultaneously.
SKF’s Multi-point automation
saves time and enhances the
power, accuracy and overall
reliability of your decision
making – giving you the
information needed to make
the best possible judgment call.
Automatic setup and onboard expertise
readout with display zoom
optimizes your analysis power.
In addition, it automatically
tabulates and displays the
highest vibration peaks from
a spectrum, making it easy to
quickly identify signals indicative
of specific machine problems,
like misalignment, imbalance or
bearing faults.
Time-waveform
displays
Measure and store time
data, with the capability to
select acquisition type and
time measurement. Time
displays in acceleration,
velocity, displacement or
enveloped acceleration. A
unique automatic transient
capture function starts taking
measurements when the signal
exceeds a user-specified trigger
level, enabling more detailed
analysis of the pre- and posttrigger events surrounding a
change in machine condition.
Versatile measurement capability
The MicroVibe P provides extensive automatic setup and
evaluation of vibration results. Simply collect the data and
MicroVibe P does the rest – comparing readings to preprogrammed velocity and enveloped acceleration severity
criteria for a reliable and accurate evaluation of vibration
severity. This allows even novice users to easily determine
abnormal conditions and take appropriate action.
FFT spectrum analysis capabilities
With pre-set measurements and user selectable FFT resolution
at 400, 800 or 1600-lines, selectable Fmax and a 90 db
dynamic range, the MicroVibe P has what it takes to help you
easily pinpoint impending machine problems. Cursor position
The MicroVibe P works with the two most commonly used
vibration sensors – accelerometers and dynamic velocity
transducers. Both enable you to take a multi-parameter
approach to your analysis and to optimize vibration data
gathering.
Audio analysis
Now you can actually listen
to machine problems using
the MicroVibe P’s acoustic
capability. Simply connect the
earphones and listen to the
operation of your machine.
When abnormal noise is detected, use the vibration analysis
capabilities of the MicroVibe P to zero in on the problem.
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SKF MicroVibe P CMVL 3850-ML
Store and recall measurements for
trending and analysis
The MicroVibe P’s data storage capacity is also extraordinarily
impressive. It can store up to 2,000 overall vibration signals,
1,000 FFT spectrums or 200 records of time waveform data for
later recall. A search function retrieves specific measurement
points and a “repeat” measurement let’s you recall and repeat
any measurement for more focused analysis or trending of a
potential problem. Finally, a “recall data storage” list helps you
keep track of and reference all collected data.
Data management and software for your
desktop computer
The MicroVibe P offers added
functionality, including a
software program to extract,
save, edit and display collected
data. It’s ideal for small route
data collection.
For further analysis and
trending, data may be uploaded
to your desktop computer using
the Data Management software.
Once uploaded, vibration data,
overall trends and spectra can
be stored, trended, graphically
displayed and even exported to
Excel®.
Utilities add value
Several exciting utilities help make the MicroVibe P an universal
tool for machine vibration analysis, for any level of expertise.
Collect data in english or metric units or reference a dictionary
of vibration terminology.
SKF’s new MicroVibe P truly brings you vibration monitoring
and analysis power without complexity. It’s tomorrow’s big
solution for vibration analysis in a small, smart package – and
its available today! Get more information at www.skf.com/cm.
Specifications
MicroVibe P
CMVL 3850-ML
CMSS 3811
Accelerometer
Minimum PDA requirements(*):
Conforms to the Pocket PC
specifications
Operating system: Microsoft®
Windows® Mobile 3.0/5.0
Processor: ARM processor
Interface: Compact Flash TYPE II Slot
3.3 V only
Recommended specifications:
Processor: PXA255 400 MHz or
higher
Memory (RAM): 64 MB or higher
Interface with Pocket PC: Compact
Flash TYPE II, slot 3.3 V only
Power supply: +3.3 V (supplied by
Pocket PC)
Current:
Standby: 44 µ A
Under measurement: 48 mA
Pickup input (PU IN):
AC voltage signal: Maximum ± 2.5 V
Input terminal: 8-pin modular jack
(RJ-45) (ICP type pre-amp built-in
accelerometer is not connected.
Raw waveform output (PU OUT):
AC voltage signal: Maximum ± 2.5 V
Output terminal: Mini-jack
(2.5 mm F)
Sampling frequency: Maximum
76.8 kHz (changes according to
mode) 76.8 kHz/38.4 kHz
Aliasing filter: 20 kHz/2 kHz
(changes according to mode and
sampling frequency)
A/D: 16-Bit
Temperature range: 0 to +45 °C
(+32 °F to +113 °F)
Humidity range: <90% relative
humidity, non-condensing
Weight: 25 g (0.88 oz) approximate
(Card only)
Dimensions: 60.0 mm x 42.1 mm x
16.9 mm (2.36” x 1.66” x 0.67”)
Shape: Conforms to CF Card TYPE
II, Card Type. See photograph.
Color: Black
Type: Pre-amp is built-in. Shear
type.
Power supply: DC ± 5 V
Voltage sensitivity: 20 mV/g
Resonance frequency: 20 kHz
approximate
Frequency range: 3 Hz to 10,000 Hz
Maximum acceleration: 500 m/s2
Vibration limit: 5000 m/s2
Maximum output voltage: ± 1 V
Output impedance: Below 100 Ω
Temperature range: -20 °C to +80 °C (-4 °F to +176 °F)
Material: SUS
Weight: 60 g (2.1 oz) approximate
Tapped hole: M6, P = 1, depth
5 mm, internal thread
Integral cable: Length 1.5 meters
(5 feet)
Connector: 8-pin modular plug
Dimensions: See drawing below
Structure: Dust-proof, spray-proof
*May not work with all PDA’s. Please
see list of Certified PDA’s.
CMSS 3811
Accelerometer Dimensions
1.5 m
(5 ft)
40 mm
(1.57 in)
_
20 mm
(0.79 in)
SKF Reliability Systems standard product catalogue
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SKF MicroVibe P CMVL 3850-ML
Measurement Specifications
Ordering Information
(For Measurement with CMSS 3811 Accelerometer)
Frequency specifications
Item
Specifications
Frequency
range
A
V
D
E1
E2
E3
E4
Acceleration: 10~15 kHz (*1)
Velocity: 10~1000 Hz
Displacement: 10~150 Hz
Envelope Detection: 5~100 Hz
Envelope Detection: 50~1 kHz
Envelope Detection: 500~10 kHz
Envelope Detection: 5 k~20 kHz
Sampling
frequency
A, E3, E4: 76.8 kHz
E1, E2, V, D: 38.4 kHz
Aliasing
filter
Range
A, E1, E2,
E3, E4
A, E3, E4: 20 kHz
E1, E2, V, D: 2 kHz
0~1 g: (100x range)
0~5 g: (20x range)
0~20 g: (5x range)
0~100 g: (1x range)
V
0~10 mm/s: (100x range)
0~50 mm/s: (20x range)
0~200 mm/s: (5x range)
0~1000 mm/s: (1x range)
D
0~50 µm: (100x range)
0~250 µm: (20x range)
0~1000 µm: (5x range)
0~5000 µm: (1x range)
(*1) The upper bound frequency can be changed by Utility Menu’s
A Filter.
Overall and judgment specifications
Item
Specifications
Overall value Simultaneous measurement of
simultaneous
overall vibration level, multi-mode
measurement
(A, V, D, E1~E4)
Range = Auto
Measuring Time = 0.1 s; 0.5 s;
1.0s
Measurement data = RMS value,
PEAK value, C. F. value
Measured value display digits:
Significant figure 4 digits
Example: .9999/ 999.9/ 99.99/
9.999
Status Display (Under
measurement, measurement end)
Judgment
Abnormal judgment by vibration
severity standard (ISO 10816
[JIS-B-0906] Standard)
Adnormal bearing judgment by
enveloped acceleration E3 mode
MicroVibe P Kit CMVL 3850-ML
includes:
Display specifications
Item
Graph
display
Specification
FFT graph:
• Dominant frequency component
(highest 5 frequencies)
• Cursor indication value display
• Zoom scroll value display
Waveform graph:
• Cursor indication display
• Zoom scroll display
FFT specifications
Item
Specifications
FFT,
waveform
analysis
Mode = A/ V/ D/ E1/ E2/ E3/ E4
Range = Fixed/auto
FFT measurement condition:
Analysis frequencies: Selection list
• A: 250/ 500/ 1k/ 2k/ 5k/ 10k/ 15k/
30k Hz
• V: 250/ 500/ 1k Hz
• D: 250 Hz/(500 Hz for CMSS 3812
Velocity Sensor only)
• E1: 50 Hz
• E2: 250/ 500 Hz
• E3: 250/ 500/ 1k/ 2k/ 5k Hz
• E4: 250/ 500/ 1k/ 2k/ 5k/ 10k Hz
Lines of resolution: 1600/ 800/ 400
Averaging: Stable/exponential/peak
hold 1/ 2/ 4/ 8 times
Window: Hanning
Measurement mode:
Normal/ recorder/ post process
• Normal: Recording time of
waveform data is determined by FFT
measurement condition (analysis
frequency, line number). Executes
the measurement for average cycle
in FFT and records the waveform for
frame time (final frame time).
• Recorder: Records the waveform of
specified time by Rec. time. Average
cycle of FFT is one time.
• Rec. Time: 1/ 2/ 5/ 10 sec
• Post-process: Calculates from raw
waveform data (temporary saved
data). Average cycle of FFT is one
time.
• MicroVibe P Module
• CMSS 3811 Accelerometer, 1.5 meters (5 feet)
integral cable, with plug, and stinger one (1) each
• CMAC 3825 Two-Bar Magnetic Base, high
strength 35 lb pull, one (1) each
• CMAC 3830 Earphones, one (1) each
• Data Management software CD-ROM, one (1)
each
• MicroVibe P documentation (English and
German)
– User manual (PDF)
– Data management software manual (PDF)
– Quick start guide (PDF)
– CE declaration of confirmation
• Carrying case
NOTE: Pocket PC (PDA) NOT INCLUDED.
Additional Accessories
• CMSS 3811 Accelerometer, 1.5 meters (5 feet)
integral cable (replacement), with plug, and
stinger, one (1) each
• CMSS 3812 Velocity Pickup Sensor, 1.5 meters
(5 feet) integral cable, with plug, one (1) each
• CMAC 3825 Two-Bar Magnetic Base, high
strength 40 lb pull, one (1) each
• CMAC 3830 Earphones, one (1) each
Certified Pocket PC PDA’s with
Windows Mobile™ 2003/2005
Certified Pocket PC PDA’s with Windows
Mobile™ 2003
• Hewlett Packard
– iPAQ hx2400
– iPAQ hx2700
– iPAQ hx2750
– iPAQ hx4700
• Toshiba
– e830
• ASUS MyPal A730
• Dell AXIM X50 (NOT 51)
Compatible Pocket PC PDA’s with
Windows Mobile™ 2003
• Hewlett Packard
– iPAQ h2210
– iPAQ h2215
• Toshiba
– e800
Certified Pocket PC PDA’s with Windows
Mobile™ 2005
• Hewlett Packard
– iPAQ hx2490
– iPAQ hx2790
SKF Reliability Systems standard product catalogue
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SKF Loop-powered Vibration Transmitter
CMSS 420VT
Features
• Solid-state reliability
• Integral sensor
• 4-20 mA output
• Dynamic signal output
Description
The CMSS 420VT is a solid-state, loop-powered vibration
transmitter. It provides a 4-20 mA output that is proportional
to overall vibration in terms of velocity. The CMSS 420VT
continuously monitors machinery health and transmits
directly into a PLC or DCS for trending, alarm and machine
shutdown. In addition, the CMSS 420VT provides access to the
dynamic transducer output. The buffered output is available
for temporary connection of portable analyzers for detailed
machine fault analysis.
Simple installation
Simply mount the CMSS 420VT into a 1/4”-28 or M8 tapped
hole in the bearing housing or machine case (NPT Mounting
Adapters are available, part number CMSS 203), connect two
wires into a 4-20 mA loop, and you are ready to interface with
a PLC or DCS. Electrical conduit may be connected directly to
the top 3/4” NPT fitting, (NPT Mounting Adapters are available,
part number CMSS 203).
Specifications
DYNAMIC
Output: 4-20 mA proportional to full scale Velocity
Accuracy: ± 5% of full-scale
Frequency response: 2-2,000 Hz
Frequency response accuracy:
-3 db: 2 Hz to 2 kHz
ENVIRONMENTAL
10%: 10 Hz to 1 kHz
Operating temperature: -20 °C to +80 °C (-4 °F to +176 °F)
5%: 15 Hz to 750 Hz
Sealed: Epoxy encapsulated
Buffered output: Acceleration, 100 mV/g
Enclosure: SS, NEMA 4, 4X, 12
ELECTRICAL
Power (Two wire loop power): +22 Vdc to +36 Vdc
Maximum load (see note – maximum load resistance calculations for specific
requirements): Up to 600 Ohms resistive
Grounding: Case isolated
Mounting: Stud mounted
Weight (without display): 227 g (8 oz.)
REGULATORY APPROVAL
CE Mark: SKF Loop-Powered Vibration Transmitter CMSS 420VT and
displays CMSS 420LCD and CMSS 420LED
SKF Reliability Systems standard product catalogue
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SKF Loop-powered Vibration Transmitter CMSS 420VT
Ordering information
CMSS 420VT-1 25.4 mm/sec. (0-1 in/sec.) RMS,
includes 1/4”-28 and M8 Mounting Studs
CMSS 420VT-2 50.8 mm/sec. (0-2 in/sec.) RMS,
includes 1/4”-28 and M8 Mounting Studs
Optional display
Light Emitting Diode Display (LED)
Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
CMSS 420LED-01 0-1 in/sec.
CMSS 420LCD-01 0-1 in/sec.
CMSS 420LED-02 0-2 in/sec.
CMSS 420LCD-02 0-2 in/sec.
CMSS 420LED-51 25.4 mm/sec.
CMSS 420LCD-51 25.4 mm/sec.
CMSS 420LED-52 50.8 mm/sec.
CMSS 420LCD-52 50.8 mm/sec.
Accessories
CMSS 420LCD/CMSS 420LED Display Retrofit (requires
transmitter)
LCD displays actual vibration levels in
velocity on a Liquid Crystal display. LED
displays actual vibration levels in velocity
on a Light Emitting Diode display. The
displays are shipped loose, and it is
a simple installation. Includes a BNC
connector that provides access to the raw acceleration signal.
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Adapter Retrofit
90 Degree 3/4” NPT conduit elbow
with a BNC connector to access the raw
acceleration signal. This is useful for
connection to portable data collectors.
CMSS 420WF – 3/4” NPT
Weatherproof Cable Fitting
CMSS 420EL – 90 Degree 3/4” by 3/4” NPT Elbow
Useful for connecting CMSS 420VT to
hard or flexible conduit. When used with
the CMSS 420WF, provides a simple
weatherproof exit for the instrument wire.
CMSS 203 – Pipe Thread
Accelerometer Mounting Adapter
They are provided in several NPT
sizes to accommodate the most
common plugs found on most
machinery. The adapters have a
1/4”-28 threaded hole to mate
with the CMSS 420VT and most
common accelerometers and
vibration transmitters.
When used with the CMSS 420EL,
provides a simple weatherproof exit
for the instrument wire.
NOTE: Maximum load resistance calculations:
RLoad = (Vs - 13.5 - Vd) / 0.032
Where:
RLoad = Load Resistance
Vs = DC Supply Voltage
Vd = Display Voltage (5.0 Vdc for LED, 2.0 Vdc for LCD, 0 Vdc if not using a display unit)
For Example:
Using a LED Display and a Supply Voltage of 24 Vdc
Supply Voltage Vs = 24 V; Display Voltage Vd = 5.0 Vdc for LED
RLoad = (Vs - 13.5 V - Vd) / 0.032
= (24 V - 13.5 V - 5 Vdc) / 0.032
= 172 Ohm
Part number
Pipe thread mounting adapter
CMSS 203-01
1/2” (NPT) National pipe tapered thread
CMSS 203-02
3/4” (NPT) National pipe tapered thread
CMSS 203-03
3/8” (NPT) National pipe tapered thread
CMSS 203-04
1/4” (NPT) National pipe tapered thread
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