DTM Distributed Transmitter-Monitor User Manual

DTM Distributed Transmitter-Monitor User Manual
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DTM Distributed Transmitter-Monitor
User Manual
Installation, operation, maintenance
ProvibTech, Inc.
11011 Booklet Drive, Suite 300, Houston, Texas 77099, USA
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DTM Distributed Transmitter-Monitor
Content
DTM SERIES DISTRIBUTED TRANSMITTER MONITOR INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................2 Fully Digital ......................................................................................................................................................................2 Fully Programmable and Flexible.....................................................................................................................................2 Highly Reliable System ......................................................................................................................................................3 Additional Features ...........................................................................................................................................................3 SELECTION GUIDE OF DTM MODULES ...................................................................................................................................4 DTM10 PROXIMITY DISTRIBUTED TRANSMITTER-MONITOR .................................................................................................5 DTM10 Features................................................................................................................................................................5 Ordering Information ........................................................................................................................................................8 Optional Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................11 DTM10 System Installation .............................................................................................................................................12 DTM10 Operation ...........................................................................................................................................................18 DTM10 Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................................23 DTM20 SEISMIC VIBRATION DISTRIBUTED TRANSMITTER-MONITOR .................................................................................24 DTM20 Features..............................................................................................................................................................24 Ordering Information ......................................................................................................................................................28 Optional Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................29 DTM20 System Installation .............................................................................................................................................30 DTM20 Operation ...........................................................................................................................................................34 DTM20 Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................................37 DTM20-A4 LOOSENESS MONITOR.......................................................................................................................................38 Looseness Monitor Unique Features ...............................................................................................................................38 Ordering Information ......................................................................................................................................................41 Optional Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................41 DTM20-A4 System Installation........................................................................................................................................42 DTM20-A4 Operation......................................................................................................................................................45 DTM20-A4 Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................48 DTM96 COMMUNICATION MODULE ....................................................................................................................................49 DTM96 Features..............................................................................................................................................................49 Specifications...................................................................................................................................................................49 Ordering Information ......................................................................................................................................................50 Optional Accessories .......................................................................................................................................................50 DTM96 System Installation .............................................................................................................................................51 ACCESSORIES I .....................................................................................................................................................................53 ACCESSORIES II....................................................................................................................................................................54 DTM NETWORKING AND ON-LINE CONDITION MONITORING .................................................................................................55 APPENDIX: DTM10 AND DTM20 DEFAULT SETTING................................................................................................57 ProvibTech
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DTM Distributed Transmitter-Monitor
DTM Series Distributed Transmitter Monitor Introduction
Fully Digital
The DTM series digital transmitter monitor is ProvibTech’s
vibration monitor, vibration transmitter and vibration switch
all rolled into one package. Each DTM module can be
operated independently or networked together to create a
machine protection system. It has all the functionalities of an
API 670 multi-channel monitor plus a unique field
linearization feature which enables the use of any
manufacturers’ probe and extension cable combination.
DTM modules are fully programmable, flexible, and highly
reliable.
DTM30 is a temperature module which works with:
•
Resistance temperature detector (RTD)
•
Thermocouple
DTM96 is a communication module that can be used to
network up to (32) DTMs together to form a vibration
protection system. The DTM96 can be used to
communicate directly with control systems (PLC or
DCS) via modbus to provide data from the DTMs such
as: alarm status, system status, overall value, and
more.
Fully Programmable and Flexible
DTM-CFG is the software used to configure the DTM
The DTM is modular in nature and can easily be expanded
into a larger vibration system with the addition of a:
DTM10 (Proximity Probe Sensor Module)
DTM 20 (Case Vibration Sensors Module)
DTM 30 (temperature Module)
DTM 96 (Communication Module)
DTM- CFG (Configuration Software)
modules (DTM10 and DTM20) either with a local
laptop computer or a remote computer on the network
(requires Modbus connection).
Configurable Parameters:
•
Measurement Type (Case Vibration, Radial
Vibration, Axial Position, and Speed/Phase)
•
Sensor Type and Sensitivity (Proximity Probe,
DTM10 is a proximity probe sensor module which provides
measurements in radial vibration, axial position(thrust),
and speed / phase reference. The DTM10 works with
any proximity probe system combination (including
other manufacturers) and can be used:
•
With or without Probe Driver
•
In any combination of probe and extension cable.
The DTM10 has a field linearization feature which
enables the DTM10 to interface to any proximity
probe system. This feature greatly reduces the
requirement for spare parts.
•
Works with any shaft material (Steel, Tungsten,
K-monel and more).
DTM20 is a case mounted seismic sensor module which
provides case vibration measurements in acceleration,
velocity, or displacement. The DTM20 works with any
case mounted sensor (including other manufacturers):
•
Accelerometers
•
Velocity Transducers
ProvibTech
•
•
•
Accelerometer and Velocity Transducer)
Full Scale Range (g, ips, mm/s, rms, pk, etc..)
Time Delays
Alarm Set Points
Observe:
•
•
Alarm and Channel OK Status
Trip Multiply
•
Bypass and Overall Vibration Level
Control:
•
Trip Multiply values
•
Bypass and Reset functions
Note: The DTM can be pre-configured at the factory.
DTM-CFG software is only required when field configuration
is desired.
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Highly Reliable System
Additional Features
The DTM was designed to be used for critical machines as
well as balance of plant applications. Built into every DTM is
Power-Up Inhibit- This feature decreases false alarms due
to higher vibration levels during machine start-up.
a system redundancy based upon a reliable microprocessor
and proprietary system diagnostics which all contribute to a
robust system design which will maximize system uptime.
Condition Monitoring- Each DTM module has a buffered
output for easy connection to a condition monitoring
system or other vibration analysis hardware.
Power Redundancy- The DTM module has redundant power
supply inputs to maximize the reliability of the system. A
single power supply failure will not affect the operation
of the system.
Output Redundancy- The DTM module is equipped with
redundant 4-20mA outputs, redundant relay
outputs, and a Modbus communication port. The
DTM relay outputs can be configured for any logic
configuration required.
Channel Redundancy- the DTM can be configured for
triple redundancy with multiple DTMs networked
together.
System Diagnostics- the DTM performs internal diagnostic
tests to search for errors: sensor status, supply
voltage, system power up, fieldbus status and
more. If there is an error, the system OK status LED
on the DTM will go off, and an error will be
registered for the channel and sent via Modbus.
Reliable Microprocessor- critical data and system
configuration is stored in a solid-state memory
chip. The memory chips are designed not to lose
data during an interruption of power. Once power is
restored, the critical data and system configuration
are recovered from the memory chips.
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Selection Guide of DTM Modules
Model Number
DTM10
DTM20
DTM30
Radial Shaft
Case
Temperature,
Accessory:
Accessory:
Vibration,
Vibration
Dual
Communication
Configuration
Channels
Module
Software
Thrust & Speed
DTM96
DTM-CFG
Available as Pre- Configured or Field
Programmable *1
●
●
●
●
Vibration Measurements
Radial Vibration
●
Axial Position
●
Speed/ Phase Reference
●
Case Vibration
●
Temperature
●
Sensor Interfaces
Accelerometer
●
Velocity Transducer
●
Proximity Probe
●
Works With or Without Probe Driver
●
Thermocouple, RTD
●
Outputs/ Communications
Redundant 4-20mA Output
●
●
Relay Output
●
●
●
Redundant Power Supply Input
●
●
S
Modbus Output
●
●
Buffered Output
●
●
(Limited Settings)
●
●
●
Power-Up Inhibit
●
●
●
System OK Checking
●
●
●
2Ex nA II T4X
●
●
Network DTMs via Modbus *2
●
●
Warranty- 5 years
●
●
S
● (isolation)
Features
Push Button Setup
Hazardous Rating (CSA, ATEX,
TR CU)
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
Class l, Div.2; Grps A, B, C & D, T4
●
●
●
●
● = Complete Offering, S= Single 4-20mA Output or power supply input
Notes:
*1 = Field programming requires DTM-CFG-K Configuration Software kit. Without the software, the DTMs can only be configured for
alarm set points and ZERO adjustment.
*2 =To network up to 32 DTMs via Modbus, requires (1) DTM96 Communication Module
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DTM10 Proximity Distributed Transmitter-Monitor
(Shaft Vibration, Thrust Position and Speed)
The DTM10 distributed vibration transmitter-monitor is ideal
for monitoring machine vibration using proximity probes and
a Modbus interface to a PLC or DCS system. The DTM also
DTM10 Features
9
Interface with almost any manufacture’s
proximity probe system
contains redundant power supplies and redundant 4-20mA
transmissions. Using Provibtech’s unique strategy, the DTM
9
Works with or without probe driver
can interface with almost any proximity probe system without
9
Direct Modbus RTU interface
hardware changes.
9
Redundant 4-20mA outputs
9
Redundant power supplies
9
Measure shaft vibration, thrust position, or
Applications include:
speed
9
Turbines
9
Full digital field-configuration
9
Compressors
9
Dual alarms (SPDT)
9
Motors
9
LED indication of system OK, Alert, Danger,
9
Pumps
9
Fans
9
Blowers
9
Centrifuges
9
Buffered Output for condition monitoring
9
Generators
9
Aluminum case for RFI/EMI reduction
9
Turbochargers
9
Digital condition monitoring (optional)
and Bypass
9
Local and remote RESET/BYPASS and
Trip-multiply
DTM10 Fully Configurable via Software
9
Vibration Monitor Module
9
Thrust Position Monitor Module
9
Speed Monitor Module
9
Phase Reference Monitor module
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Specifications
Electrical
RESET/BYPASS:
Power Supply:
22-30VDC,
Front panel push button
150mA.
Remote RESET/BYPASS terminals
Galvanic isolation
Trip Multiply:
Frequency Response (-3dB):
Nominal frequency:
4 ~ 3.0KHz
Double Multiply or Triple Multiply set in DTM-CFG
Low frequency:
0.5 ~ 100Hz
Short Trip/Multi terminal to COM terminal
System alarm level will increase by a factor of 2 or 3
Proximity probe Interface:
(DTM10-201 / 301 only)
Sensitivity:
5mm and 8mm probe: 8 mV/um (200 mv/mil)
11mm probe:
4 mv/um (100 mv/mil)
25mm probe:
2mv/um (50 mv/mil)
Not isolated (use DTM96 for isolation)
Alert and danger set-point, ZERO calibration
Original, un-filtered signal
Impedance:
150Ω
Maximum cable distance:
300m (1000ft)
Sensitivity:
same as the sensor
Local BNC connection and terminal block
Software programming (DTM-CFG):
Alert and danger set-point, time delay
ZERO and Full-Scale calibration
Full-scale high and low setup
Alarm latching/ non-latching, energized/ de-energized
4-20mA Output:
Dual 4-20mA, sourced (loop power not required)
Maximum load resistance:
380Ω
Alarms programmable with alert, danger or system ok
Probe selection, linearization, and system calibration
Monitor function change: vibration, position, or speed
Alarm Setup:
Modbus communication setup
0 ~ 100% FS.
±0.1%.
Relays:
Trip-multiply setup
Real-time bar-graph and alarms
Configure speed monitor to phase reference only monitor
Seal:
Epoxy
Capacity:
0.2A/240VAC, 0.4A/110VAC or
2.0A/24VDC, resistive load
Relay type:
SPTD
Isolation:
1000VDC
LED Machine Condition Indicator:
OK:
RS485 Modbus RTU
Local push button programming:
Buffered Output:
Accuracy:
Modbus:
System OK indication
ALT: Vibration over ALERT level
DNG: Vibration over DANGER level
BYP: System in BYPASS
TRX: Digital Transmission Active
3 layers of password protection
Digital condition monitoring (optional)
Condition management software or portable vibration data
collector of ProvibTech could collect, store, and analyze
machine health condition based on vibration via the bus
communication of the DTM10.
Dynamic waveform data:
Real-time vibration data could be uploaded and the
waveform and spectrum plot could be view by
Condition management software or portable vibration
data collector.
Trend Data:
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The vibration data could be periodically stored by the
Environmental
DTM10 when it’s powered on. User could collect trend
Temperature:
data and view trend plots by Condition management
Operation:
-40℃ ~ +85℃
Storage:
-50℃ ~ +100 ℃
software or portable vibration data collector. The trend
sampling interval is configured by the related
DTM-CFG software. DTM10’s factory default is 10
hours. Every DTM10 could store maximum 1024 trend
data.
Humidity:
90% non-condensing
Case:
Aluminum
Certification
Alarm Data:
The dynamic alarm data could be stored by the
DTM10 when it’s powered on. The DTM10 only stores
one alarm data with highest measured value. User
could view waveform and spectrum plot of alarm data
CE certified with EMC compliance
CSA:
Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU:
2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
by Condition management software or portable
NANIO CCVE
vibration data collector.
Hazardous area
Physical
Dimension:
75mm (2.95″)
Height:
Marking:
1
PWR
7
COM
18
NO-2
23
ARM-1
17
ARM-2
22
NC-1
ZERO
ALERT-L
LED FLASH
OK
OK+ALERT
ALERT-H
ALERT
DANGER-L
DANGER-H
SPAN
OK+DANGER
DANGER
BYPASS
15
COM
21
24V(+)(2)
16
NC-2
FUNCTION
20
GND
14
BUS(-)
US
19
24V(+)(1)
R
C
13
BUS(+)
TRX
BYP
DNG
BUF
PROBE
+
OK
2
SIG
8
9
TRIP-MLTP RESET/BYP
ALT
Digital Vibration/Speed Transmitter
10
COM
4
3
BUF/GAP COM/SHIELD
Rail Mounting
PROVIBTECH
11
COM
5
COM
12
4-20mA(+)(2)
6
4-20mA(+)(1)
2.0lb (1.0kg)
24
NO-1
see figure below
Weight:
ATEX Standards:
EN 60079-0
DIGITAL-TRANSMITTER-MONITOR
TRX
BYP
BUF
DNG
OK
ALT
PREDICTECH
PROVIBTECH
EN 60079-15
Special condition in hazardous area:
― The ambient temperature range is: -40℃≤Ta≤70℃
― DTMs must be placed inside an enclosure that is in
accordance with EN 60079-15:2005.
― Provisions must be made externally to prevent the rated
voltage from being exceeded by transient disturbances of
more than 40 %.
Plate Mounting
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Ordering Information
DTM10-AX-BX-CX-EXX-MX-SX
Customer configurable proximity distributed
transmitter-monitor
Distributed vibration monitor, fully field configurable, with
DTM10-201-AX-CX-GX-IX-MX-SX
Factory configured for vibration (probe driver
required)
AX: Full Scale.
Modbus RTU.
A0*: 0 ~ 200um pk-pk
AX: Alarms.
A0:
With Epoxy sealed relays
A1:
No Alarm
BX: Mounting.
A1:
0 ~ 1000um pk-pk
A2:
0 ~ 100um pk-pk
A3:
0 ~ 10mil pk-pk
A4:
0 ~ 50mil pk-pk
B0:
DIN rail mounting.
A5:
0 ~ 5.0mil pk-pk
B1:
Plate mounting.
A6:
0 ~ 200um pk-pk (0.5 ~ 100Hz)
A7:
0 ~ 1000um pk-pk (0.5 ~ 100Hz)
A8:
0 ~ 100um pk-pk (0.5 ~ 100Hz)
CX: External Proximity Driver.
C0:
Not required (Requires Probe and Extension
Cable) (301, 302, 502 type modules)
C1: Required (Requires Probe, Extension Cable and
Probe Driver) (201, 202, 501 type modules)
EXX: Probe and Cable (Series and Length) -Purchased
Separately
E00*: TM0180, 5m Cable
E01: TM0180, 9m Cable
E02:
E03:
E04:
E05:
8mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
8mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
8mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
8mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
E06:
E07:
E08:
E09:
TM0105, 5m Cable
TM0105, 9m Cable
TM0110, 5m Cable
TM0110, 9m Cable
E10:
E11:
E12:
E13:
11mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
11mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
11mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
11mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
E99: Other probe systems (requiring field calibration)
MX: Digital Communication
M1*: With Modbus
M2:
CX: Alarms.
C0*: Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays
C1:
No Alarm
GX: Mounting.
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
G1:
Plate mounting.
IX: Frequency Response.
I0*:
Normal Frequency (4~3000Hz)
I1:
Low Frequency (0.5~100Hz)
MX: Digital Communication
M1*: With Modbus
M2:
With Modbus and digital condition monitoring
SX: Approvals.
S0*: CE
S1:
CE
CSA: Class I, Div.2, Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
With Modbus and digital condition monitoring
SX: Approvals.
S0*: CE
S1: CE
CSA: Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
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DTM10-202- AX-CX-GX-SX
Factory configured for axial position (probe
driver required)
DTM10-501-AX-CX-FXX-GX-SX
Factory configured for speed (probe driver
required)
AX: Full Scale.
A0*: -1.0 - 0 - 1.0mm (-40 - 0 - 40mil)
(Requires TM0180 or other 8mm proximity probe
transducer; TM0105 or other 5mm proximity probe
A1:
A2:
A3:
transducer)
-2.0 - 0 - 2.0mm (-80 - 0 - 80mil)
(Requires TM0110 or other 11mm proximity
probe transducer)
-5.0 - 0 - 5.0mm (-0.2 - 0 - 0.2inch)
(Requires TM0120 or other 25mm, 35mm
proximity probe transducer)
-12.0 - 0 - 12.0mm (-0.5 - 0 - 0.5inch)
(Requires TM0150 or other 50mm proximity probe
transducer)
C0*: Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays
No Alarm
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
Plate mounting.
A2:
0 ~ 6,000 rpm
A3:
0 ~ 10,000 rpm
A4:
0 ~ 30,000 rpm
A5:
0 ~ 50,000 rpm
A6:
phase reference output
A7:
phase reference output for digital condition
monitoring
CX: Alarm.
C0*: Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays
No Alarm
FXX: Teeth per Revolution.
F01*: 1
GX: Mounting.
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
Plate mounting.
SX: Approvals.
S0*: CE
S0*: CE
CE
CSA: Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
ProvibTech
A1*: 0 ~ 3,600 rpm
G1:
SX: Approvals.
S1:
0 ~ 1,000 rpm
FXX: Customer specify, number of teeth =XX
GX: Mounting.
G1:
A0:
C1:
CX: Alarms.
C1:
AX: Full Scale.
S1:
CE
CSA: Class I, Div.2, Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
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DTM10-301-AX-CX-EXX-GX-IX-MX-SX
Factory configured for vibration (built-in
probe driver)
DTM10-302-AX-CX-EXX-GX-SX
Factory configured for axial position (built-in
probe driver)
AX: Full Scale.
A0*: 0 ~ 200um pk-pk
A1: 0 ~ 500um pk-pk
A2: 0 ~ 100um pk-pk
A3: 0 ~ 10mil pk-pk
A4: 0 ~ 25mil pk-pk
A5: 0 ~ 5.0mil pk-pk
A6: 0 ~ 200um pk-pk (0.5 ~ 100Hz)
A7: 0 ~ 500um pk-pk (0.5 ~ 100Hz)
A8: 0 ~ 100um pk-pk (0.5 ~ 100Hz)
CX: Alarms.
C0*: Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays
C1: No Alarm
EXX: Probe and Cable.
E00*: TM0180, 5m Cable
E01: TM0180, 9m Cable
E02: 8mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
E03: 8mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
E04: 8mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
E05: 8mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
E06: TM0105, 5m Cable
E07: TM0105, 9m Cable
E08: TM0110, 5m Cable
E09: TM0110, 9m Cable
E10: 11mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
E11: 11mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
E12: 11mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
E13: 11mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
GX: Mounting.
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
G1: Plate mounting.
IX: Frequency Response.
I0*: Normal Frequency (4~3000Hz)
I1:
Low Frequency (0.5~100Hz)
MX: Digital Communication
AX: Full Scale.
A0*: -1.0 - 0 - 1.0mm (-40 - 0 - 40mil)
(Requires TM0180 or other 8mm proximity probe
M1*: With Modbus
M2:
With Modbus and digital condition monitoring
transducer)
-2.0 - 0 - 2.0mm (-80 - 0 - 80mil)
(Requires TM0110 or other 11mm proximity probe
transducer)
CX: Alarms.
C0*: Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays
C1: No Alarm
EXX: Probe and Cable.
E00*: TM0180, 5m Cable
E01: TM0180, 9m Cable
E02: 8mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
E03: 8mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
E04: 8mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
E05: 8mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
E06: TM0105, 5m Cable
E07: TM0105, 9m Cable
E08: TM0110, 5m Cable
E09: TM0110, 9m Cable
E10: 11mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
E11: 11mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
E12: 11mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
E13: 11mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
GX: Mounting.
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
G1: Plate mounting.
SX: Approvals.
A1:
S0*: CE
S1:
CE
CSA:
ATEX:
TR CU:
Class I, Div.2, Grps A,B,C&D,T4
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
SX: Approvals.
S0*: CE
S1:
CE
CSA:
Class I, Div.2, Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
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DTM10-502-AX-CX-EXX-FXX-GX-SX
Factory configured for speed (built-in probe
driver)
Optional Accessories
DTM-CAL
The DTM field calibration kit is capable of calibrating any
AX: Full Scale.
A0: 0 ~ 1,000 rpm
A1*: 0 ~ 3,600 rpm
A2: 0 ~ 6,000 rpm
A3: 0 ~ 10,000 rpm
A4: 0 ~ 30,000 rpm
A5: 0 ~ 50,000 rpm
A6: phase reference output
A7:
5mm, 8mm, or 11mm probe system. The kit includes:
9
DTM-CFG configuration and calibration software CD
9
RS485-USB converter with cable
9
TM0540 proximity probe field calibration kit
DTM-CFG-K
The DTM configuration and calibration software kit includes:
phase reference output for digital condition
9
DTM-CFG configuration and calibration software CD
monitoring
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RS485-USB converter with cable
CX: Alarms.
C0*: Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays
C1: No Alarm
EXX: Probe and Cable.
E00*: TM0180, 5m Cable
E01: TM0180, 9m Cable
E02: 8mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
E03: 8mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
E04: 8mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
E05: 8mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
E06: TM0105, 5m Cable
E07: TM0105, 9m Cable
E08: TM0110, 5m Cable
E09: TM0110, 9m Cable
E10: 11mm Probe, 3300, 5m Cable
E11: 11mm Probe, 3300, 9m Cable
E12: 11mm Probe, 7200, 5m Cable
E13: 11mm Probe, 7200, 9m Cable
FXX: Teeth per Revolution.
F01*: 1
FXX: Customer specify, number of teeth =XX
GX: Mounting.
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
G1: Plate mounting.
SX: Approvals.
TM900
Power converter with isolation. Converts 95-250 VAC into
24VDC and is capable of powering up to five DTM modules.
Proximity Sensor Systems
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TM0180:
8mm probe
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TM0105:
TM0110:
TM0181:
TM0182:
5mm probe
11mm probe
Extension cable
Probe driver
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TM0120:
25mm probe system
S0*: CE
S1:
CE
CSA:
Class I, Div.2, Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
* Denote factory default.
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DTM10 System Installation
DTM10-201/202/501 Field-Wiring Diagram
BUF
Buffer
Out
TM0200 or
PLC,DCS
TM0200 or
PLC,DCS
+
PROVIBTECH
TM0182 Driver
Trip /Multiply
or phase
reference
input/output
Remote
Reset
OK
ALT
TM0181
Cable
DNG
BUF
BYP
TRX
TM0180
Proximity Probe
RS-485+
RS-485- PLC/DCS or
DTM-CFG
To
Danger
To
Alert
Power
Power
Supply 1 Supply 2
Note:
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9
9
9
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Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional outputs used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
If the DTM10-201 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference
input. Moreover, the DTM10-201 won’t provide Multiply Alarm function anymore, so you should set Multiply Alarm property
to “None” by DTM-CFG software.
If Full Scale of DTM10-501 is phase reference output for digital condition monitoring (A7), Trip/Multi terminal provides the
phase reference signal for the DTM10-201, DTM10-301, DTM20-101 or DM200. A DTM10-501 can provide the phase
reference signal for up to 6 DTMs or DM200s.
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4-20mA+(1)
COM
TM0200 or
PLC,DCS
BUF
Buffer
Out
COM
BUF
SIG
Shield blue
SIG white
COM black
-24V red
PWR
DTM10-201/202/501 Field-Wiring Diagram (Interfacing with TM0120)
4-20mA+(2)
COM
COM
RST/BYP
BUS(-)
TRIP/M
COM
+
SIG
COM
POW-24V
PROVIBTECH
Trip /Multiply
or phase
reference
input/output
BUS(+)
TM0200 or
PLC,DCS
Remote
Reset
OK
TM0120
Proximity Probe
ALT
BUF
DNG
BYP
NO1
NO2
ARM1
ARM2
NC2
NC1
24V+(2)
24V+(2)
GND
24V+(1)
To
Alert
COM
To
Danger
GND
RS-485+
RS-485- PLC/DCS or
DTM-CFG
24V+(1)
TRX
Power
Power
Supply 1 Supply 2
Note:
9
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional outputs used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
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DTM10-201/202/501 Hazardous Area Field-Wiring Diagram
+
PROVIBTECH
OK
ALT
DNG
BUF
BYP
TRX
Note:
9
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional outputs used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
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If the DTM10-201 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference
input. Moreover, the DTM10-201 won’t provide Multiply Alarm function anymore, so you should set Multiply Alarm property
to “None” by DTM-CFG software.
If Full Scale of DTM10-501 is phase reference output for digital condition monitoring (A7), Trip/Multi terminal provides the
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phase reference signal for the DTM10-201, DTM10-301, DTM20-101 or DM200. A DTM10-501 can provide the phase
reference signal for up to 6 DTMs or DM200s.
Other barriers available:
TM0414: (STAHL 9002/00-260-138-001)
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4-20mA+(1)
COM
BUF
COM
COM
COM
+
TRIP/M
4-20mA+(2)
PROVIBTECH
COM
SIG
POW-24V
SIG
RST/BYP
COM
PWR
DTM10-201/202/501 Hazardous Area Field-Wiring Diagram (Interfacing with TM0120)
OK
ALT
BUF
DNG
BYP
NO2
ARM2
ARM1
NO1
NC1
NC2
COM
24V+(2)
BUS(-)
GND
24V+(1)
24V+(2)
GND
24V+(1)
BUS(+)
TRX
Note:
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9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional outputs used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
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Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
Other barriers available:
TM0414: (STAHL 9002/00-260-138-001)
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DTM10-301/302/502 Field-Wiring Diagram
+
PROVIBTECH
PROBE
OK
ALT
DNG
BUF
BYP
TRX
Note:
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional outputs used for redundancy.
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Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
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Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
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Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
If the DTM10-301 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference
input. Moreover, the DTM10-301 won’t provide Multiply Alarm function anymore, so you should set Multiply Alarm property
to “None” by DTM-CFG software.
If Full Scale of DTM10-502 is phase reference output (A6), Buffer output terminal will provide phase reference signal.
If Full Scale of DTM10-502 is phase reference output for digital condition monitoring (A7), Trip/Multi terminal provides the
phase reference signal for the DTM10-201, DTM10-301, DTM20-101 or DM200. A DTM10-502 can provide the phase
reference signal for up to 6 DTMs or DM200s.
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Terminal description:
4-20MA(1)(2):
Transmission of overall value to upper-level PLC or DCS
BUF:
Buffered output or phase reference output
COM:
System ground
SIG:
External sensor input
NC1:
Alarm 1. Normally closed
ARM1:
Alarm 1. Arm
NO1:
Alarm1. Normally open
NC2:
Alarm2. Normally closed
ARM2:
Alarm 2. Arm
NO2:
Alarm 2. Normally open
PWR:
-24V output
BUS+, BUS-:
Modbus / Config digital communication ports
TRIP/MLTP:
Trip multiply (if shorted to COM) or phase reference input/output
RESET/BYP:
Alarms reset / Bypass
24V+(1),GND,24V+(2):Dual input power supply
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DTM10 Operation
DTM10 status
DTM10 will have the following status indication:
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Up to five LEDs flash for overall vibration status.
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Three key-presses can adjust some parameters.
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OK/TR/TX: green LED. The LED will flash when digital communications are active.
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ALERT: yellow LED
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DANGER/BYPASS: red LED
DTM10 field controls / interface
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Local reset: There is a “RESET” push button on the front panel of the DTM. Pushing the “RESET”
button will reset any alarms that have occurred. Note: RESET only works when the current
measured vibration is less than the alarm setpoint. If the vibration level is still above the setpoint
then the unit will not be reset.
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Remote Reset / Bypass: Briefly shorting the RST/BYP terminal to COM will reset the system. A
continuous short between the RST/BYP terminal and COM will disable (BYPASS) the alarms until
the short is removed. (No alarms will be generated during BYPASS regardless of vibration levels)
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Trip Multiply: The Trip Multiply value can be set to Double Multiply or Triple Multiply in the DTM-CFG
software. Shorting the Trip/Multi terminal to COM will cause the system alarm levels to increase by
a factor of 2 or 3(only available for DTM10-201 / 301).
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Buffered output: a raw signal can be accessed at the BUF terminals or BNC connector. There is a
150 ohm output impedance. The output can drive up to 300 meters (1000 ft) in distance between a
condition monitoring system and the DTM10.
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There are many more controls that can be accessed by using the DTM-CFG software. Check with
the software user manual for more details (DTM-CFG-USR)
DTM10 alarm set-point configuration without software
The DTM10 alarm and danger set-points can be field configured with without software.
To get started:
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Power up the DTM system.
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Connect a current meter to the DTM 4-20mA (1) output terminals.
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DTM10-201 / 301 Field Set-up
The DTM10-201 / 301 transmitters have been calibrated before leaving the factory. However, the
DTM10-201 / 301 can also provide you with some field adjustment functions for zeroing the 4-20mA
output and adjusting the Alarm and Danger setpoints.
Enter the setup & operation status
Press the RESET button for 10 seconds. The OK, ALERT,
DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing the entrance to setup status.
Zero Calibration: Press RESET again and the OK light begins to flash signifying the start of the
Zero Calibration. At this point the user should press on + or – button until the output value changes
to 4.0mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to
flash, symbolizing Zero calibration confirmed.
Alert setup: Press RESET again and the ALERT light begins to flash signifying the entrance to the
Alert setpoint setup. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0%
and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the ALARM setpoint.. For example, if you have a full
scale of 0-10mils and you want your Alert setpoint to be 5 mils then you would press the + and / or –
buttons until the output reads 12mA (50%).Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX
and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing ALERT value confirmed. Press on RESET again and
enter into DANGER alarm point setup status.
DANGER setup: . Press RESET again and the DANGER light begins to flash signifying the entrance
to the Danger setpoint setup. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA
= 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the DANGER setpoint. Press + or – until desired
point is met. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to
flash, symbolizing DANGER value confirmed.
Exit cycle: Do not press on RESET within 10 seconds, CPU exits setup status.
FLASH LED
OK
ALERT
DANGER
ZERO
Set Alert
Set Danger
9
Set Begin / End
9
9
9
9
9
BYPASS
9
TX/RX
9
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DTM10-202 / 302 Field Set-up
The DTM10-202 / 302 transmitters have been calibrated before leaving the factory. However, the
DTM10-202 / 302 can also provide you with some field adjustment functions for calibrating the
4-20mA output and adjusting the Alarm and Danger setpoints.
Preparation Connect a current meter to the DTM 4-20mA (1) output. Connect the proximity probe to
the DTM and install it in a static calibrator. Adjust the static shaker gap to 0.25mm (10mils).
Enter the setup & operation status
Press the RESET button for 10 seconds. The OK, ALERT,
DANGER, TR/X and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing the entrance to setup status.
Zero Calibration: Press the RESET button again. The OK light will flash signifying the start of the
Zero calibration. Ensure that the static calibrator / probe gap is 0.25mm. At this time the user should
press + or – button until the output value changes to 4.0mA;Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT,
DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS begin to flash, symbolizing zero calibration confirmed.
Alert-H setup: Press the RESET button again. The ALERT light will flash signifying the start of the
ALERT H adjustment. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0%
and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the ALARM setpoint. For example, if you have a full
scale of 10 to -10mils and you want your Alert setpoint to be 5 mils then you would press the + and /
or – buttons until the output reads 16mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX
and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing ALERT-H value confirmed.
DANGER-H setup: Press the RESET button again. The DANGER light will flash signifying the start
of the DANGER H adjustment. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale
(4mA = 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the DANGER H setpoint. Press + or – until
desired point is met. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights
begin to flash, symbolizing DANGER-H value confirmed.
Full scale point setup status: Adjust the static calibrator / probe gap to 2.25mm (90mils). Press
RESET again. The BYPASS light will flash signifying the start of the Full Scale adjustment. Press the
+ or - button until the output reaches 20.0mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER,
TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Full scale value confirmed.
Alert-L setup: Press RESET again. The OK and ALERT lights will flash together signifying the
ALERT-L alarm point setup status. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale
(4mA = 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the Alert L setpoint. For example, if you have
a full scale of 10 to -10mils and you want your Alert L setpoint to be -5 mils then you would press the
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+ and / or – buttons until the output reads 8mA. Press RESET again. the OK, ALERT, DANGER,
TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Alert L scale value confirmed.
DANGER-L setup: Press RESET again. The OK and DANGER lights will flash together signifying
the DANGER-L alarm point setup status. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full
scale (4mA = 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the DANGER L setpoint. Press + or –
until desired point is met. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS
lights begin to flash, symbolizing DANGER-L value confirmed.
Exit cycle: Do not press RESET for 10 seconds and the CPU automatically exits setup status.
FLASH
LED
OK
ZERO
Set
Set
Set Full
Set
Set
Set
Alert-H
Danger-H
Scale
Alert-L
Danger-L
Begin / End
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9
9
ALERT
9
9
DANGER
9
9
9
9
BYPASS
9
9
9
9
TX/RX
DTM10-501 / DTM10-502 Field Set-up
The DTM10-501 / 502 can also provide you with complete setpoint adjustment without using the
configuration software.
Enter the setup & operation status Connect a current meter to the DTM 4-20mA (1) output. Press
the RESET button for 10 seconds. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to
flash, symbolizing the entrance to setup status.
Alert setup: Press the RESET button until only the Alert light flashes. The 4-20mA output now
corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the
Alert setpoint. For example, if you have a full scale of 0-1000 RPM and you want your Alert setpoint
to be 500RPM then you would press the + and / or – buttons until the output reads 12mA (50%).
DANGER setup: Press the RESET button until only the Danger light flashes. . The 4-20mA output
now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according
to the Danger setpoint. For example, if you have a full scale of 0-1000 RPM and you want your
Danger setpoint to be 750RPM then you would press the + and / or – buttons until the output reads
16mA (75%).
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Exit cycle: Do not press the RESET for 10 seconds and the CPU will automatically exit setup.
FLASH LED
Set Alert
Set Danger
OK
ALERT
Set End
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9
9
DANGER
9
9
BYPASS
9
TX/RX
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DTM configuration with DTM-CFG software
The DTM-CFG configuration software gives access to more features than the front panel adjustment
does. Consult the DTM-CFG user manual for more details concerning these capabilities.
DTM Modbus communication
The DTM supplies Modbus RTU communications for system interface with any upper level controller.
The standard registers are listed below. For further registry and protocol information please contact your
Provibtech office.
30501 Overall Vibration Level
30502 Gap Voltage (in mV)
10139 Status Bit (read only)
Bit 0=0/1
Bit 1=0/1
Bit 2=0/1
Bit 3=0/1
Bit 4=0/1
Ok/ Not ok
Not Alert/ Alert
Not Danger/ Danger
Not Bypass/ Bypass
Not Trip Multiply/ Trip Multiply
Note:The Overall Vibration Level is related to the full scale range and Modbus range. For example, if the
Modbus range is 16384 and full scale range is 200um, then the current vibration measured value is 100um
while the Modbus value is 8192. The Modbus range could be set with an integer from 1 to 32767, and the
default is 16384.
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DTM10 Maintenance
DTM10 calibration with DTM-CFG software
The DTM-CFG supply additional system calibrations to the customer. Some of these functions are listed
below. Please see the DTM-CFG-USR software manual for more details.
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4.0 mA calibration
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20.0 mA calibration
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Buffer calibration
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A/D converter calibration(DTM10-201, DTM10-202)
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Linearization calibration (DTM10-301,DTM10-302)
DTM10 default communication setup
Baud Rate 9600bit/s
Parity Bit None
Stop Bit 2
ID 63
Modbus range 16384.
DTM10 communication and password reset
If the communication parameters (baud rate, parity, etc.) or password are forgotten or inadvertently
changed they may be reset to factories defaults using the following procedure.
Power off DTM
Press and hold the + and - at the same time
Power on DTM,
Continue pressing on the + and - for about 10 seconds until all LEDs blink at the same time.
After above operations, DTM communication and password will reset to:
Baud Rate 9600bit/s
Parity Bit None
Stop Bit 2
ID 63
Configuration Password 1234
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DTM20 Seismic Vibration Distributed Transmitter-Monitor
(Acceleration, Velocity, Displacement)
The DTM20 distributed Seismic vibration transmitter-monitor
provides a simple and cost-effective solution for monitoring
“balance-of-plant” equipment. The DTM’s smart design is
extremely reliable with redundancy in power supply inputs,
4-20mA outputs and relay outputs, as well as, a Modbus
communication port. The DTM20 monitor can interface with
almost any vibration sensor (accelerometer or velocity
transducer). The DTM is fully digital and may be configured
in the field or come pre-configured from the factory.
DTM20 Features
Condition Monitoring by digital link
Static (trend, overall, alarms, GAP, system OK)
Designed with reliability
Dynamic (waveform, spectrum, phase reference,
Redundant power supplies
waterfall)
Redundant 4-20mA outputs
Data will be directly transferred into server with no
Dual dry-contact relay outputs
needs of additional interface hardware
Trip multiply and Bypass
Galvanic isolation for solid signal processing
Power input isolation
Sensor signal conditioning isolation
MODBUS digital communication
Build-in Modbus RTU digital communication
More information from Modbus line
Work with variety of vibration sensors
Transmission 4-20mA output isolation
Accelerometer
Relay output isolation
Velocity sensor
Band-pass filter to further isolate unwanted
Low frequency sensor
Electro-magnetic velocity sensor
noise
Programmable sharp 8th-pole low-pass filter further
Backward compatible with TM101
eliminate high frequency band noise, thus obtains
Field adjustment with on-monitor push button
reliable vibration signal.
(without software)
Fully field programmable by CFG software
DTM20-CFG can easily change any configuration of the
monitor.
ZERO calibration
Alert set point
Danger set point
Calibration of the system is available with CFG software
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Specifications
Sensitivity: same as the sensor
Electrical
Local BNC connection
Power Supply:
Remote terminal connection
Redundant. Accept dual power input
22-30VDC @150mA
Overall Vibration:
Up to two 4-20mA output
Isolation: 1000VDC power to signal conditioner circuit
4-20mA(1):
Frequency Response (-3dB):
Source. Output to controller.
Nominal Frequency:
Non isolated
2 ~ 3KHz
Maximum load resistance 500Ω
Low Frequency:
4-20mA(2):
0.5 ~ 100Hz
Loop. Loop powered by controller.
High Frequency:
Galvanic isolation, 1000VDC
10 – 20KHz (peak)
Power supply range: 16-30VDC
Filter:
Maximum load resistance: 50*(Vs-16)
Low-pass filter:
8-pole (160 dB per decade, 48 dB per octave)
100Hz to 10kHz, field programmed by CFG
High-pass filter:
2-pole (40 dB per decade, 12 dB per octave)
4 options (0.5Hz,2Hz,10Hz,100Hz) or custom
ICP Sensor Interface:
Sensitivity:
Where Vs is the loop power supply
Alarm Setup:
0 ~ 100% FS
Accuracy:
Relays:
Seal:
Epoxy.
Capacity:
0.2A/240VAC,
0.4A/110VAC
100mV/g
2.0A/24VDC, resistive load
100mV/in/sec
4mV/um
or any sensitivity specified
Relay type:
SPTD
Isolation:
1000VDC
Push Buttons:
Current Source
Nominal
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Seismic Velocity Sensor Interface:
Sensitivity:
User specified for any vibration sensor
Software programmable
SET: System on-site calibration and alarm setting
+:
Adjustment increment
-:
Adjustment decrement
LED Machine Condition Indicator:
OK:
System OK indication
ALT: Vibration over Alert level
Accuracy:
DNG: Vibration over Danger level
Typical +/-1% FS
BYP: System in BYPASS
Maximum +/-2% FS
TRX: Digital transmission active
Buffered Output:
RESET/BYPASS:
Original vibration, un-filtered
Impedance:
150Ω
Maximum cable distance:
300m (1000ft)
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Front panel push-button
Remote RESET/BYPASS terminals
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Double Multiply or Triple Multiply set in DTM-CFG
Physical
Short Trip/Multi terminal to COM terminal
Dimension:
75mm (2.95″)
Height:
System alarm level will increase by a factor of 2 or 3
see figure below
Modbus:
RS485 Modbus RTU
Weight:
2.0lb (1.0kg)
Non-isolated (use DTM96 for isolation)
Software programming (DTM-CFG):
Alert and danger set-point, time delay
Environmental
Temperature:
ZERO and Full-Scale calibration
Operation:
-40℃ ~ +85℃.
Full-scale high and low setup
Storage:
-50℃ ~ +100℃.
Low-pass filter corner frequency setup
Humidity:
90% non-condensing.
Alarm latching/ non-latching, energized/ de-energized
Case:
Aluminum cast (copper free)
Alarms programmable with alert, danger or system ok
Sensor selection and system calibration
Certification
Measurand / Integration changes: A, V, D
CE certified with EMI compliance
CSA:
Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
Modbus communication setup
Trip-multiply setup
Real-time bar-graph and alarms
TR CU:
2Ex nA II T4 X
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3 layers of password protection
Digital Condition Monitoring
Terminals
+
TRX
Work with PCM360-LT plant condition management
BYP
OK
ALT
Software PCM360-LT
DNG
BUF
RS485 for both Modbus RTU and condition monitoring
software
Dynamic waveform:
Real-time vibration data, 2000 sets per data acquisition.
Alarms:
Rail Mounting
Up to 100 alarms can be stored in DTM20.
Trend:
DIGITAL-TRANSMITTER-MONITOR
BYP
TRX
BUF
ALT
DNG
Up to 800 lines of resolution
OK
Spectrum:
PREDICTECH
PROVIBTECH
Up to 1000 trend data can be stored in DTM20.
Plate Mounting
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Hazardous area
1
PWR
7
COM
17
ARM-2
22
NC-1
FUNCTION
ZERO
ALERT-L
LED FLASH
OK
OK+ALERT
ALERT-H
ALERT
DANGER-L
DANGER-H
SPAN
OK+DANGER
DANGER
BYPASS
20
GND
15
COM
14
BUS(-)
US
19
24V(+)(1)
2
SIG
8
9
TRIP-MLTP RESET/BYP
R
C
21
24V(+)(2)
16
NC-2
10
COM
4
3
BUF/GAP COM/SHIELD
Digital Vibration/Speed Transmitter
23
ARM-1
18
NO-2
PROVIBTECH
13
BUS(+)
11
COM
5
COM
12
4-20mA(+)(2)
6
4-20mA(+)(1)
24
NO-1
Marking:
ATEX Standards:
EN 60079-0
EN 60079-15
Special condition in hazardous area:
― The ambient temperature range is: -40℃≤Ta≤70℃
― DTMs must be placed inside an enclosure that is in
accordance with EN 60079-15:2005.
― Provisions must be made externally to prevent the rated
voltage from being exceeded by transient disturbances of
more than 40 %.
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Ordering Information
DTM20-101-AXX-CX-GX-HX-IX -MX-SX
Factory configured seismic monitor
mV/in/sec (A12, 13, 36, 37 not available)
IX: Frequency Response
AXX: Full Scale.
A00:
A01:
A02:
A03:
A05:
A06*:
A07:
A08:
A11:
A12:
H1: TM0793V or any ICP velocity sensor with 4mV/mm/s
(A12, 13, 36, 37 not applicable)
H2: TM079VD (A12, 13 not available)
HXXX: Seismic velocity sensor, Sensitivity = XXX
0 - 200um pk-pk
0 - 500um pk-pk
0 - 100um pk-pk
0 - 250um pk-pk
0 - 125um pk-pk
0 - 50mm/s pk
0 - 100mm/s pk
0 - 20mm/s pk
0 - 25mm/s pk
0 - 5.0g pk
A13: 0 - 10g pk
A14: 0 – 8mil pk-pk
A15: 0 – 20mil pk-pk
A16: 0 – 4mil pk-pk
I0*:
I1:
I2:
Normal Frequency (4 ~ 3KHz, H2 not available)
Low Frequency (0.5~100Hz)
High frequency (10 – 20KHz, A12, A13 only with
accelerometer)
IXXX-YYYY**:
XXX: Hi-pass filter; YYYY: low pass filter. (YYYY
can be field programmable).
MX: Condition Monitoring, 4-20mA Galvanic Isolation***
M1*: 4-20mA without isolation. No CM
M2: 4-20mA without isolation . With CM
M3: 4-20mA with isolation. No CM
M4: 4-20mA with isolation. With CM
M5: Dual 4-20mA, No CM
M6: Dual 4-20mA, with CM
SX: Approvals.
S0*: CE
S1: CE
A17: 0 – 10mil pk-pk
A18: 0 – 5mil pk-pk
CSA: Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
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A19: 0 – 2.0 ips pk
A20: 0 – 4.0 ips pk
A21: 0 – 0.8 ips pk
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A22: 0 – 1.0 ips pk
A26:
A27:
A28:
A31:
0 - 50mm/s rms
0 - 100mm/s rms
0 - 20mm/s rms
0 - 25 mm/s rms
A32:
A33:
A34:
A35:
0 - 2.0 ips rms
0 - 4.0 ips rms
0 - 0.8 ips rms
0 - 1.0 ips rms
* Denotes factory default.
** Low pass has to be 4X more than hi pass filter.
** Galvanic isolation requires loop powered configuration.
A36: 0 - 20g pk
A37: 0 - 50g pk
CX: Alarms.
C0*:
Dual alarms with epoxy sealed relays.
C1:
No Alarm.
GX: Mounting.
G0*: DIN rail mounting.
G1:
Plate mounting.
HX: Sensor (not include).
H0*: TM0782A or any ICP accelerometer with 100mV/g
(A00~A05 not available)
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DTM20-AX-BX-IX -MX-SX
Optional Accessories
Distributed vibration monitor, fully field configurable, with
Modbus RTU.
DTM-CFG-K
AX: Alarm and sensors.
A0: ICP sensor, Dual alarms
A1: ICP sensor, No alarm
A2: Seismic velocity, Dual alarms
A3: Seismic velocity, No alarm
A4: Looseness monitoring, Dual alarms
BX: Mounting.
B0: DIN rail mounting.
B1: Plate mounting.
IX: Frequency response
I0*: Normal/ High frequency
I1:
Low frequency
I2:
High frequency (10 – 20KHz, A12, A13,A36,A37
only with accelerometer)
IXXX-YYYY**:
XXX: Hi-pass filter; YYYY: low pass filter. (YYYY
can be field programmable).
MX: Condition Monitoring, 4-20mA Galvanic Isolation***
M1*: 4-20mA without isolation. No CM
M2: 4-20mA without isolation . With CM
M3: 4-20mA with isolation. No CM
M4: 4-20mA with isolation. With CM
M5: Dual 4-20mA, No CM
M6: Dual 4-20mA, with CM
SX: Approvals.
The DTM configuration and calibration software kit includes:
9
DTM-CFG configuration and calibration software CD
9
RS485-USB converter with cable
TM900
Power converter with isolation. Converts 95-250 VAC into
24VDC and is capable of powering up to five DTM modules.
Seismic Sensor Systems
9
9
9
9
TM0782A-K-M: Accelerometer kit
TM0783A-K-M: Accelerometer with cable
TM0793V-K-M: Velocity sensor kit
TM079VD-V/H-K: Low frequency sensor
S0*: CE
S1:
CE
CSA: Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
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** Low pass has to be 4X more than hi pass filter.
** Galvanic isolation requires loop powered configuration.
.
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DTM20 System Installation
DTM20 Field-Wiring Diagram
+
PROVIBTECH
OK
ALT
DNG
BUF
BYP
TRX
Note:
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional connections used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
9
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
If DTM20 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference input.
Thus, the DTM20 won’t provide the Trip Multiply and the Trip Multiply property should be set to “None” in the DTM-CFG
9
9
software.
When using the signal condition monitoring function the DTM20 works with DTM10-501/502 to provide a phase reference
output. In this case connect Trip/Multi of DTM20 with Trip/Multi of DTM10-501/502 and connect COM of DTM20 with COM
of DTM10-501/502.
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DTM20 Field-Wiring Diagram (Interfacing with 5485C)
+
PROVIBTECH
OK
ALT
DNG
BUF
BYP
TRX
Note:
9
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional connections used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
9
If DTM20 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference input.
Thus, the DTM20 won’t provide the Trip Multiply and the Trip Multiply property should be set to “None” in the DTM-CFG
software.
When using the signal condition monitoring function the DTM20 works with DTM10-501/502 to provide a phase reference
output. In this case connect Trip/Multi of DTM20 with Trip/Multi of DTM10-501/502 and connect COM of DTM20 with COM
of DTM10-501/502.
9
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DTM20 Hazardous Area Field-Wiring Diagram
4-20mA+(1)
COM
TM0200 or
PLC,DCS
BUF
Buffer
Out
COM
BUF
TM0401
Barrier
SIG
RED
(MTL787SP+)
PWR
SHIELD
WHITE
+
B
A
4-20mA+(2)
4-20mA-(2)
COM
COM
TRIP/M
PROVIBTECH
Trip /Multiply
or phase
reference
input
RST/BYP
PLC/DCS
Remote
Reset
OK
ALT
BUF
DNG
BYP
NO1
NO2
ARM1
ARM2
NC1
NC2
COM
24V+(2)
24V+(2)
GND
24V+(1)
To
Alert
BUS(-)
To
Danger
GND
RS-485+
RS-485- PLC/DCS or
DTM-CFG
BUS(+)
TRX
24V+(1)
TM0782A
TM0793V
Power
Power
Supply 1 Supply 2
Note:
9
9
9
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional connections used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
If DTM20 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference input.
Thus, the DTM20 won’t provide the Trip Multiply and the Trip Multiply property should be set to “None” in the DTM-CFG
software.
When using the signal condition monitoring function the DTM20 works with DTM10-501/502 to provide a phase reference
output. In this case connect Trip/Multi of DTM20 with Trip/Multi of DTM10-501/502 and connect COM of DTM20 with COM
of DTM10-501/502.
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Terminal Description:
4-20mA(1):
Transmission of overall value to upper-level PLC or DCS,
sourced (loop power not required)
4-20mA(2):
Transmission of overall value to upper-level PLC or DCS,
passive (loop power supply range: 16-30VDC)
BUF:
Buffered output
COM:
System ground
SIG:
External sensor input
NC1:
Alarm 1. Normally closed
ARM1:
Alarm 1. Arm
NO1:
Alarm1. Normally open
NC2:
Alarm2. Normally closed
ARM2:
Alarm 2. Arm
NO2:
Alarm 2. Normally open
PWR:
NC
BUS+, BUS-:
Modbus / Config digital communication ports
TRIP/MLTP:
Trip multiply (if shorted to COM) or phase reference input
RESET/BYP:
Alarms reset / Bypass
24V+(1),GND,24V+(2):Dual input power supply
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DTM20 Operation
DTM20 status
DTM20 will have the following status indication:
9
Up to five LEDs flash for overall vibration status.
9
Three key-presses can adjust some parameters.
9
OK/TR/TX: green LED. The LED will flash when digital communications are active.
9
ALERT: yellow LED
9
DANGER/BYPASS: red LED
DTM20 field controls
9
Local reset: There is a “RESET” push button on the front panel of the DTM. Pushing the “RESET”
button will reset any alarms that have occurred. Note: RESET only works when the current
measured vibration is less than the alarm setpoint. If the vibration level is still above the setpoint
then the unit will not be reset.
9
Remote reset / Bypass: Briefly shorting the RST/BYP terminal to COM will reset the system. A
continuous short between the RST/BYP terminal and COM will disable (BYPASS) the alarms until
the short is removed. (No alarms will be generated during BYPASS regardless of vibration levels)
9
Trip Multiply: The Trip Multiply value can be set to Double Multiply or Triple Multiply in the DTM-CFG
software. Shorting the Trip/Multi terminal to COM will cause the system alarm levels to increase by
a factor of 2 or 3.
9
Buffered output: a raw signal can be accessed by the BUF terminals or BNC connector. There is a
150 ohm output impedance. The output can drive up to 300 meters (1000 ft) in distance between a
condition monitoring system and the DTM20.
9
There are many more controls that can be accessed by using the DTM-CFG software. Check with
the software user manual for more details (DTM-CFG-USR)
DTM20 alarm set-point configuration without software
The DTM20 alarm and danger set-points can be field configured without software.
To get started:
9
Power up the DTM system.
9
Connect a current meter to the DTM 4-20mA output terminals.
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DTM20 Field Set-up
The DTM20 transmitters have been calibrated before leaving the factory. However, the DTM20 can
also provide you with some field adjustment functions for zeroing the 4-20mA output and adjusting
the Alarm and Danger setpoints.
Enter the setup & operation status
Press the RESET button for 10 seconds. The OK, ALERT,
DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing the entrance to setup status.
4-20mA(1) Zero Calibration: Press RESET again and the OK light begins to flash signifying the
start of the 4-20mA(1) Zero Calibration. At this point the user should press on + or – button until the
4-20mA(1) output value changes to 4.0mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER,
TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Zero calibration confirmed.
Alert setup: Press RESET again and the ALERT light begins to flash signifying the entrance to the
Alert setpoint setup. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0%
and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the ALARM setpoint.. For example, if you have a full
scale of 0-10mils and you want your Alert setpoint to be 5 mils then you would press the + and / or –
buttons until the output reads 12mA (50%).Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX
and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing ALERT value confirmed.
DANGER setup: . Press RESET again and the DANGER light begins to flash signifying the entrance
to the Danger setpoint setup. The 4-20mA output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA
= 0% and 20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the DANGER setpoint. Press + or – until desired
point is met. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to
flash, symbolizing DANGER value confirmed.
4-20mA(2) Zero Calibration: Press RESET again and the BYPASS light begins to flash signifying
the start of the 4-20mA(2) Zero Calibration. At this point the user should press on + or – button until
the 4-20mA(2) output value changes to 4.0mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER,
TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Zero calibration confirmed.
Exit cycle: Do not press on RESET within 10 seconds, CPU exits setup status.
FLASH LED
4-20mA(1) ZERO
OK
√
ALERT
DANGER
BYPASS
TX/RX
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Set Alert
Set Danger
4-20mA(2) ZERO
Set End
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
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DTM configuration with DTM-CFG software
The DTM-CFG configuration software gives access to more features than the front panel adjustment
does. Consult the DTM-CFG user manual for more details concerning these capabilities.
DTM Modbus communication
The DTM supplies Modbus RTU communications for system interface with any upper level controller.
The standard registers are listed below. For further registry and protocol information please contact your
Provibtech office.
30501 Overall Vibration Level
30502 Gap Voltage (in mV)
10139 Status Bit (read only)
Bit 0=0/1
Bit 1=0/1
Bit 2=0/1
Bit 3=0/1
Bit 4=0/1
Ok/ Not ok
Not Alert/ Alert
Not Danger/ Danger
Not Bypass/ Bypass
Not Trip Multiply/ Trip Multiply
Note:The Overall Vibration Level is related to the full scale range and Modbus range. For example, if the
Modbus range is 16384 and full scale range is 200um, then the current vibration measured value is 100um
while the Modbus value is 8192. The Modbus range could be set with an integer from 1 to 32767, and the
default is 16384.
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DTM20 Maintenance
DTM20 calibration with DTM-CFG software
The DTM-CFG software supplies additional system calibrations to customer. Some of these functions
are listed below. Please see the DTM-CFG-USR software manual for more details.
9
4.0 mA calibration
9
20.0 mA calibration
9
A/D converter calibration
DTM20 default communication setup
Baud Rate 9600bit/s
Parity Bit No
Stop Bit 2
ID 63
Modbus range 16384.
DTM20 communication and password reset
If the communication parameters (baud rate, parity, etc.) or password are forgotten or inadvertently
changed they may be reset to factories defaults using the following procedure.
Power off DTM
Press and hold the + and - at the same time
Power on DTM,
Continue pressing on the + and - for about 10 seconds until all LEDs blink at the same time.
After above operations, DTM communication and password will reset to:
Baud Rate 9600bit/s
Parity Bit None
Stop Bit 2
ID 63
Configuration Password 1234
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DTM20-A4 Looseness Monitor
The DTM20-A4 is designed for monitoring reciprocating
compressors & engines. It is a multiple parameter monitor
with both impact monitoring and acceleration monitoring.
Alarm can be the combination of these two parameters. You
can conveniently decide the alarm level of each of the
monitored parameters and setup accordingly. In addition to
analog transmission, the monitor also supplies a digital
output, dual alarms, and a condition monitoring. Thus greatly
enhanced the analysis and monitoring capabilities of the
system. The looseness monitor conform to ISO10816-6.
More accurate impact response
Looseness Monitor Unique Features
Precision Looseness Monitor
Programmable impact trigger level and time base.
Impact is set in acceleration (g's) with DTM-Config
software.
Highly repeatable with quantitative measurement
Multiple parameters monitoring
Not only monitoring looseness impact but also overall
acceleration
Both parameters can be monitored and alarmed
Multiple outputs
Industrial, light weight accelerometer (100mv/g -pk
constant current) makes the measurement more
responsive to high frequency and repeatable
Live waveform helps trigger level setting
Within the configuration process, the live waveform can
be analyzed to decide the looseness trigger level thus
minimize the "estimated" uncertainty
Designed with reliability
Redundant power supplies
Redundant 4-20mA outputs
Dual dry-contact relay outputs
Trip multiply and Bypass
Analog transmission via dual 4-20mA
Digital Modbus RTU output
Waveform and spectrum (with software)
Galvanic/optical isolation for solid signal
processing
Power input isolation
Sensor signal conditioning isolation
Transmission 4-20mA output isolation
Relay output isolation
Digital output isolation with DTM96
Fully field programmable by CFG software
DTM20-CFG can easily change any configuration of the
monitor.
Calibration of the system is available with CFG
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Reciprocating condition monitoring by direct
MODBUS digital communication
Build-in Modbus RTU digital communication
digital connection
More register information from Modbus
Static registers (trend, overall, alarms, GAP, system
OK)
Dynamic signal (waveform, spectrum, phase
reference, waterfall)
Data will be directly transferred into server with no
needs of additional interface hardware
Specifications
4-20mA(2):
Electrical
Loop. Loop powered by controller.
Power Supply:
Galvanic isolation, 1000VDC
Redundant. Accept dual power input
Power supply range: 16-30VDC
22-30VDC @150mA
Maximum load resistance: 50*(Vs-16)
Galvanic isolation: 1000VDC
Where Vs is the loop power supply
Frequency Response:
Alarm Setup:
100~1200rpm
0 ~ 100% FS
Piezo Sensor Interface:
Accuracy:
Sensitivity:
Relays:
100mV/g -pk
Current Source
Nominal :
[email protected]
Seal:
Epoxy.
Capacity:
0.2A/240VAC,
0.4A/110VAC
Monitor Accuracy:
2.0A/24VDC, resistive load
Typical +/-2% FS
Maximum +/-5% FS
Buffered Output:
Relay type:
SPTD
Isolation:
1000VDC
Push Buttons:
Original vibration, un-filtered
Impedance:
150Ω
Maximum cable distance:
300m (1000ft)
Sensitivity:
same as the sensor
Local BNC connector
SET: System on-site calibration and alarm setting
+:
Adjustment increment
-:
Adjustment decrement
LED Machine Condition Indicator:
OK:
On line CM terminals
System OK indication
ALT: Vibration over Alert level
Overall Vibration output:
Up to two 4-20mA outputs
4-20mA(1):
DNG: Vibration over Danger level
BYP: System in BYPASS
TRX: Digital transmission active
Source. Output to controller.
Non isolated
RESET/BYPASS:
Front panel push-button
Maximum load resistance 500Ω
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±0.1%.
Remote RESET/BYPASS terminals
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Trip-Multiply
Double Multiply or Triple Multiply set in DTM-CFG
Short Trip/Multi terminal to COM terminal
Dual Relay
Output
System alarm level will increase by a factor of 2 or 3
Modbus:
RS485 Modbus RTU
Non-isolated (use DTM96 for isolation)
Sensor Signal Condition
Digital Communication
Digital CM
Alarm Control
Redundant
Power
Supplies
Software programming (DTM-CFG):
Alert and danger set-point, time delay
ZERO and Full-Scale calibration
Full-scale high and low setup
Alarm latching/ non-latching, energized/ de-energized
4-20mA (2)
Output
Alarms programmable with alert, danger or system ok
Sensor selection and system calibration
Modbus communication setup
Trip-multiply setup
Building Block of DTM20
All modules are isolated
Digital output isolation via DTM96
Real-time bar-graph and alarms
3 layers of password protection
Digital Condition Monitoring
Environmental
Terminals
RS485 for both Modbus RTU and condition monitoring
Software PCM360-LT
Work with PCM360-LT plant condition management
software
Dynamic waveform:
Temperature:
Operation:
-40℃ ~ +85℃.
Storage:
-50℃ ~ +100℃.
Humidity:
90% non-condensing.
Case:
Aluminum cast (copper free)
Real-time vibration data, 2000 sets per data acquisition.
Certification
Alarms:
Up to 100 alarms can be stored in DTM20.
Trend:
Up to 1000 trend data can be stored in DTM20.
Spectrum:
Up to 800 lines of resolution
Physical
+
TRX
BYP
OK
see figure below
Weight:
ALT
75mm (2.95″)
DNG
BUF
Dimension:
Height:
CE certified with EMI compliance
CSA:
Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU:
2Ex nA II T4 X
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2.0lb (1.0kg)
Rail Mounting
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Ordering Information
DTM20-A4-B0-I2-MX-SX-TXXX
DIGITAL-TRANSMITTER-MONITOR
BYP
TRX
DNG
OK
ALT
BUF
PREDICTECH
PROVIBTECH
Looseness monitor, fully field configurable, with Modbus
RTU.
MX: Condition Monitoring,
4-20mA with Optical Isolation*
M5*: Dual 4-20mA, no Condition monitoring
M6: Dual 4-20mA, with Condition monitoring
SX: Approvals.
S0*: CE
S1:
CE
CSA: Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
Plate Mounting
NANIO CCVE
TXXX: Running Speed
Hazardous area
Marking:
XXX: Running at XXX rpm
1
PWR
7
COM
24
NO-1
18
NO-2
23
ARM-1
17
ARM-2
22
NC-1
FUNCTION
ZERO
ALERT-L
LED FLASH
OK
OK+ALERT
ALERT-H
ALERT
DANGER-L
DANGER-H
SPAN
OK+DANGER
DANGER
BYPASS
20
GND
15
COM
14
BUS(-)
US
19
24V(+)(1)
2
SIG
8
9
TRIP-MLTP RESET/BYP
R
C
ATEX Standards:
EN 60079-0
EN 60079-15
Special condition in hazardous area:
― The ambient temperature range is: -40℃≤Ta≤70℃
― DTMs must be placed inside an enclosure that is in
accordance with EN 60079-15:2005.
― Provisions must be made externally to prevent the rated
voltage from being exceeded by transient disturbances of
more than 40 %.
ProvibTech
Optional Accessories
21
24V(+)(2)
16
NC-2
10
COM
4
3
BUF/GAP COM/SHIELD
Digital Vibration/Speed Transmitter
13
BUS(+)
11
COM
5
COM
12
4-20mA(+)(2)
6
4-20mA(+)(1)
* Isolated 4-20mA requires external loop power.
PROVIBTECH
DTM-CFG-K
The DTM configuration and calibration software kit includes:
9
DTM-CFG configuration and calibration software CD
9
RS485-USB converter with cable
TM900
Power converter with isolation. Converts 95-250 VAC into
24VDC and is capable of powering up to five DTM modules.
Seismic Sensor Systems
9
9
9
9
TM0782A-K-M: Accelerometer kit
TM0783A-K-M: Accelerometer with cable
TM0793V-K-M: Velocity sensor kit
TM079VD-V/H-K: Low frequency sensor
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DTM20-A4 System Installation
DTM20-A4 Field-Wiring Diagram
+
PROVIBTECH
OK
ALT
DNG
BUF
BYP
TRX
Note:
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional connections used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
9
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
If DTM20 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference input.
Thus, the DTM20 won’t provide the Trip Multiply and the Trip Multiply property should be set to “None” in the DTM-CFG
9
9
software.
When using the signal condition monitoring function the DTM20 works with DTM10-501/502 to provide a phase reference
output. In this case connect Trip/Multi of DTM20 with Trip/Multi of DTM10-501/502 and connect COM of DTM20 with COM
of DTM10-501/502.
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DTM20-A4 Hazardous Area Field-Wiring Diagram
4-20mA+(1)
COM
TM0200 or
PLC,DCS
BUF
Buffer
Out
COM
BUF
TM0401
Barrier
SIG
RED
(MTL787SP+)
PWR
SHIELD
WHITE
+
B
A
4-20mA+(2)
4-20mA-(2)
COM
COM
TRIP/M
PROVIBTECH
Trip /Multiply
or phase
reference
input
RST/BYP
PLC/DCS
Remote
Reset
OK
ALT
BUF
DNG
BYP
NO1
NO2
ARM1
ARM2
NC1
NC2
COM
24V+(2)
24V+(2)
GND
24V+(1)
To
Alert
BUS(-)
To
Danger
GND
RS-485+
RS-485- PLC/DCS or
DTM-CFG
BUS(+)
TRX
24V+(1)
TM0782A
TM0793V
Power
Power
Supply 1 Supply 2
Note:
9
9
9
9
9
Power supply 2 and 4-20mA(2) are optional connections used for redundancy.
Alert and Danger relays are shown connected as normally open. Connect ARM and NC for normally closed.
Connecting COM and RST/BYP with an external continuous or momentary closed switch will initiate a remote reset.
Temporarily closing the switch will result in a system reset, continuous close will result in a system bypass.
If DTM20 has the digital condition monitoring function, the Trip/Multi and COM pins are used for phase reference input.
Thus, the DTM20 won’t provide the Trip Multiply and the Trip Multiply property should be set to “None” in the DTM-CFG
software.
When using the signal condition monitoring function the DTM20 works with DTM10-501/502 to provide a phase reference
output. In this case connect Trip/Multi of DTM20 with Trip/Multi of DTM10-501/502 and connect COM of DTM20 with COM
of DTM10-501/502.
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Terminal Description:
4-20mA(1):
Transmission of overall value to upper-level PLC or DCS,
sourced (loop power not required)
4-20mA(2):
Transmission of overall value to upper-level PLC or DCS,
passive (loop power supply range: 16-30VDC)
BUF:
Buffered output
COM:
System ground
SIG:
External sensor input
NC1:
Alarm 1. Normally closed
ARM1:
Alarm 1. Arm
NO1:
Alarm1. Normally open
NC2:
Alarm2. Normally closed
ARM2:
Alarm 2. Arm
NO2:
Alarm 2. Normally open
PWR:
NC
BUS+, BUS-:
Modbus / Config digital communication ports
TRIP/MLTP:
Trip multiply (if shorted to COM) or phase reference input
RESET/BYP:
Alarms reset / Bypass
24V+(1),GND,24V+(2):Dual input power supply
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DTM20-A4 Operation
DTM20-A4 status
DTM20 will have the following status indication:
9
Up to five LEDs flash for overall vibration status.
9
Three key-presses can adjust some parameters.
9
OK/TR/TX: green LED. The LED will flash when digital communications are active.
9
ALERT: yellow LED
9
DANGER/BYPASS: red LED
DTM20-A4 field controls
9
Local reset: There is a “RESET” push button on the front panel of the DTM. Pushing the “RESET”
button will reset any alarms that have occurred. Note: RESET only works when the current
measured vibration is less than the alarm setpoint. If the vibration level is still above the setpoint
then the unit will not be reset.
9
Remote reset / Bypass: Briefly shorting the RST/BYP terminal to COM will reset the system. A
continuous short between the RST/BYP terminal and COM will disable (BYPASS) the alarms until
the short is removed. (No alarms will be generated during BYPASS regardless of vibration levels)
9
Trip Multiply: The Trip Multiply value can be set to Double Multiply or Triple Multiply in the DTM-CFG
software. Shorting the Trip/Multi terminal to COM will cause the system alarm levels to increase by
a factor of 2 or 3.
9
Buffered output: a raw signal can be accessed by the BUF terminals or BNC connector. There is a
150 ohm output impedance. The output can drive up to 300 meters (1000 ft) in distance between a
condition monitoring system and the DTM20.
9
There are many more controls that can be accessed by using the DTM-CFG software. Check with
the software user manual for more details (DTM-CFG-USR)
DTM20-A4 alarm set-point configuration without software
The DTM20 alarm and danger set-points can be field configured without software.
To get started:
9
Power up the DTM system.
9
Connect two current meters to the DTM 4-20mA(1) and 4-20mA(2) output terminals.
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DTM20-A4 Field Set-up
The DTM20-A4 Looseness Monitors have been calibrated before leaving the factory. However, the
Looseness Monitors can also provide you with some field adjustment functions for zeroing the
4-20mA output and adjusting the Alarm and Danger setpoints.
Enter the setup & operation status
Press the RESET button for 10 seconds. The OK, ALERT,
DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing the entrance to setup status.
4-20mA(1) Zero Calibration: Press RESET again and the OK light begins to flash signifying the
start of the 4-20mA(1) Zero Calibration. At this point the user should press on + or – button until the
4-20mA(1) output value changes to 4.0mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER,
TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Zero calibration confirmed.
Acceleration alert setup: Press RESET again and the ALERT light begins to flash signifying the
entrance to the Acceleration alert setpoint setup. The 4-20mA(1) or 4-20mA(2) (determined by the
4-20mA output setup) output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0% and 20mA =
100% of full scale) according to the ALARM setpoint. For example, if you have a full scale of 0-10g
and you want your Alert setpoint to be 5g then you would press the + and / or – buttons until the
output reads 12mA (50%).Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS
lights begin to flash, symbolizing Acceleration alert value confirmed.
Acceleration danger setup: . Press RESET again and the DANGER light begins to flash signifying
the entrance to the Acceleration danger setpoint setup. The 4-20mA(1) or 4-20mA(2) (determined by
the 4-20mA output setup) output now corresponds to a percentage of full scale (4mA = 0% and
20mA = 100% of full scale) according to the DANGER setpoint. Press + or – until desired point is
met. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash,
symbolizing Acceleration danger value confirmed.
4-20mA(2) Zero Calibration: Press RESET again and the BYPASS light begins to flash signifying
the start of the 4-20mA(2) Zero Calibration. At this point the user should press on + or – button until
the 4-20mA(2) output value changes to 4.0mA. Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT, DANGER,
TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Zero calibration confirmed.
Looseness alert setup: Press RESET again. The OK and ALERT light begins to flash signifying the
entrance to the Looseness alert setpoint setup. The 4-20mA(1) or 4-20mA(2) (determined by the
4-20mA output setup) output now corresponds to the Looseness alert setpoint (4mA = 0% and
20mA = 100%). For example, if you want your Looseness alert setpoint to be 50% then you would
press the + and / or – buttons until the output reads 12mA.Press RESET again. The OK, ALERT,
DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Looseness alert value confirmed.
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Looseness danger setup: . Press RESET again. The OK and DANGER light begins to flash
signifying the entrance to the Looseness Danger setpoint setup. The 4-20mA(1) or 4-20mA(2)
(determined by the 4-20mA output setup) output now corresponds to the Looseness Danger setpoint
(4mA = 0% and 20mA = 100%). Press + or – until desired point is met. Press RESET again. The OK,
ALERT, DANGER, TR/RX and BYPASS lights begin to flash, symbolizing Looseness Danger value
confirmed.
Exit cycle: Do not press on RESET within 10 seconds, CPU exits setup status.
FLASH LED
OK
4-20mA(1)
Acceleration
Acceleration
4-20mA(2)
Looseness
Looseness
Set
ZERO
alert setup
danger setup
ZERO
alert setup
danger setup
End
√
√
√
√
ALERT
√
√
DANGER
√
BYPASS
√
√
√
TX/RX
√
√
√
DTM configuration with DTM-CFG software
The DTM-CFG configuration software gives access to more features than the front panel adjustment
does. Consult the DTM-CFG user manual for more details concerning these capabilities.
DTM Modbus communication
The DTM supplies Modbus RTU communications for system interface with any upper level controller.
The standard registers are listed below. For further registry and protocol information please contact your
Provibtech office.
30501 Overall Vibration Level
30502 Gap Voltage (in mV)
10139 Status Bit (read only)
Bit 0=0/1
Bit 1=0/1
Bit 2=0/1
Bit 3=0/1
Bit 4=0/1
Ok/ Not ok
Not Alert/ Alert
Not Danger/ Danger
Not Bypass/ Bypass
Not Trip Multiply/ Trip Multiply
Note:The Overall Vibration Level is related to the full scale range and Modbus range. For example, if the
Modbus range is 16384 and full scale range is 200um, then the current vibration measured value is 100um
while the Modbus value is 8192. The Modbus range could be set with an integer from 1 to 32767, and the
default is 16384.
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DTM20-A4 Maintenance
DTM20-A4 calibration with DTM-CFG software
The DTM-CFG software supplies additional system calibrations to customer. Some of these functions
are listed below. Please see the DTM-CFG-USR software manual for more details.
9
4.0 mA calibration
9
20.0 mA calibration
9
A/D converter calibration
DTM20-A4 default communication setup
Baud Rate 9600bit/s
Parity Bit No
Stop Bit 2
ID 63
Modbus range 16384.
DTM20-A4 communication and password reset
If the communication parameters (baud rate, parity, etc.) or password are forgotten or inadvertently
changed they may be reset to factories defaults using the following procedure.
Power off DTM
Press and hold the + and - at the same time
Power on DTM,
Continue pressing on the + and - for about 10 seconds until all LEDs blink at the same time.
After above operations, DTM communication and password will reset to:
Baud Rate 9600bit/s
Parity Bit None
Stop Bit 2
ID 63
Configuration Password 1234
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DTM96 Communication Module
Dimension:
Height:
Weight:
DTM96 Features
9
Direct Modbus RTU interface
9
Optically isolated RS485, RS422, and RS232
POWER
PROVIBTECH
monitor, configure, and calibrate the DTMs.
75mm (2.95″) see figure below.
1.0lb (0.5kg).
TX
Physical
or enables (32) DTM modules to be networked together via
Modbus. Combined with the DTM-CFG configuration
software, the DTM96 truly provides a distributed vibration
system. The Modbus interface enables users to remotely
RX
The DTM96 functions as an RS232 to RS485 converter and /
communications
9
Rail Mounting
Communicate with the DTM using your
computers RS232 connection
9
Provides galvanic isolation between PC and
TX
DTM96
RX
Specifications
POWER
PROVIBTECH
PREDICTECH
DTM
Electrical
Power Supply:
22-30VDC, 150mA
Galvanic isolation
Modbus:
Modbus RTU
RS485 and RS232
Galvanically Isolated
Modbus TCP
RJ45 Ethernet connection
Galvanically Isolated
ProvibTech
Plate Mounting
Environmental
Temperature:
Operation:
Storage:
Humidity:
Case:
-40℃ ~ +85℃ .
-50℃ ~ +100℃ .
90% non-condensing.
Aluminum
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Ordering Information
Certification
CE certified with EMI compliance
CSA:
Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX:
II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
DTM96-AX-BX-SX
DTM interface module with RS485 and RS232.
AX: Output
A0*: Modbus RS485, RS232, RS422
BX: Mounting
B0*: DIN rail mounting
B1: Plate mounting
SX: Approvals
NANIO CCVE
Hazardous area
17
ARM-2
22
NC-1
S0*: CE
S1:
CE certified with EMI compliance
CSA: Class I, Div. 2,Grps A,B,C&D,T4
ATEX: II 3 G Ex nA II T4
TR CU: 2Ex nA II T4 X
№ ТС RU C- US.ГБ05.В.00476
NANIO CCVE
1
PWR
7
COM
FUNCTION
ZERO
ALERT-L
LED FLASH
OK
OK+ALERT
ALERT-H
ALERT
DANGER-L
DANGER-H
SPAN
OK+DANGER
DANGER
BYPASS
15
COM
ATEX Standards :
EN 60079-0
EN 60079-15
Special condition in hazardous area:
― The ambient temperature range is: -40℃≤Ta≤70℃
― DTMs must be placed inside an enclosure that is in
accordance with EN 60079-15:2005.
― Provisions must be made externally to prevent the
rated voltage from being exceeded by transient
disturbances of more than 40 %.
ProvibTech
* Denotes factory default.
20
GND
14
BUS(-)
US
19
24V(+)(1)
2
SIG
8
9
TRIP-MLTP RESET/BYP
R
C
21
24V(+)(2)
16
NC-2
10
COM
4
3
BUF/GAP COM/SHIELD
Digital Vibration/Speed Transmitter
23
ARM-1
18
NO-2
PROVIBTECH
13
BUS(+)
11
COM
5
COM
12
4-20mA(+)(2)
6
4-20mA(+)(1)
24
NO-1
Marking:
Optional Accessories
TM900
Power converter with isolation. It converts 95-250 VAC
into 24VDC and is capable of powering up to five DTM
modules.
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DTM96 System Installation
BUS1 (-)
BUS1( +)
BUS6 (-)
TX+/422
BUS2 (-)
BUS6( +)
TX-/422
BUS2( +)
BUS5 (-)
BUS5( +)
RX-/422
BUS3 (-)
BUS4 (-)
BUS(-)
BUS(+)
BUS(-)
BUS(+)
BUS(-)
BUS(+)
D-/485-B
PROVIBTECH
DTM
DTM
DTM
10/20/30 10/20/30 10/20/30
BUS4( +)
BUS(-)
BUS(+)
BUS(+)
BUS(-)
BUS(-)
BUS(+)
DTM
DTM
DTM
10/20/30 10/20/30 10/20/30
D+485-A
BUS3( +)
Installation – field-wiring diagram
POWER
The DTM96 has 6 output
connections.
To wire additional modules the
communications should be wired in
parallel.
TX
RX+/422
RX
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Power
Power
Supply 1 Supply 2
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RX/232
TX/232
COM
24V+(2)
GND
24V+(1)
24V+(2)
GND
Only one connection
( RS422 , RS485 or
RS232) can be used at
one time
24V+(1)
PL C
DCS
DTM Distributed Transmitter-Monitor
Terminal description:
BUS+:
BUS-:
RS485+ output
RS485- output
24V+(1),GND,24V+(2):
Input power supply
D+/485-A, D-/485-B:
RS485 digital communication ports input
COM, TX/232, RX/232:
RS232 digital communication ports input
RX-/422, RX+/422, TX-/422, TX+/422: RS422 digital communication ports input
DTM96 status Indicators
The DTM96 will have the following status indicators:
9
TX: green LED. Flashes when communications are active.
9
RX: green LED. Flashes when communications are active.
9
Power: green LED.
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Accessories I
TM900 Power Converter
Reliable Power Converter
The TM900 power converter is designed specifically for the
DTM series transmitter-monitor. Each TM900 can supply
power for up to five DTM series transmitter-monitors. The
24Vdc output of the power converter is isolated from its input
and is short circuit protected.
Ordering Information
TM900–GX
GX: Mounting.
G0*: 35mm DIN rail mounting.
G1: Plate mounting.
Specifications
Electrical
AC Power Input:
90~250VAC
Power Output:
Current:
Isolation:
Voltage: 24VDC±5%.
< 750mA.
1000VAC.
Fuse:
2.0A, 250VAC.
Physical
Dimension:
Height:
Weight:
75mm (2.95″)
see figure below
1.0kg (2.0 lb)
Environmental
Temperature:
Operation:
-40℃ ~ +85℃.
Storage:
Humidity:
-50℃ ~ +100℃.
90% non-condensing.
TM900 DIN Rail Mounting
ProvibTech
TM900 Plate Mounting
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Accessories II
DTM-CFG
Configuration and calibration software
DTM RS485-USB
Converter from RS485 to USB for configuration with laptop computer
DTM RS485-RS232
Converter from RS485 to RS232 for configuration with desktop computer
PCM370
PCM370 condition monitoring software is ideal for plant wide condition monitoring. and trending of
overall vibration levels
PT2060/98-PC
Touch panel PC with IP65 rating. Ideal to work with PCM370 and DTM-CFG
Mounting Plate and mounting Rail:
Mounting Plate
Mounting Rail
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DTM networking and on-line condition monitoring
Display/Analysis
Work Station
Display/Analysis
Work Station
Display/Analysis
Work Station
Ethernet
DAQ
Server
DTM
96
DTM
96
DTM
96
Phase
reference
output
Phase
reference
output
DTM
10
DTM
10
DTM
10
Machine Train1
ProvibTech
DTM
501/5
02
DTM
20
DTM
20
DTM
20
Machine Train2
DTM
501/5
02
Phase
reference
output
DM
200
DM
200
DM
200
DTM
501/5
02
Machine TrainN
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Display/Analysis
Work Station
Display/Analysis
Work Station
Display/Analysis
Work Station
Ethernet
DB
Server
SWITCH
TCP
CONVERTER
DTM
10
DTM
10
DTM
10
Machine Train 1
ProvibTech
TCP
CONVERTER
Phase
Reference
output
DTM
501/5
02
DTM
20
DTM
20
TCP
CONVERTER
Phase
Reference
output
DTM
20
Machine Train 2
DTM
501/5
02
DM
200
DM
200
Phase
Reference
output
DM
200
DTM
501/5
02
Machine Train N
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APPENDIX: DTM10 AND DTM20 DEFAULT SETTING
Figure 1. DTM10-C0/DTM10-302 Default Setting
Figure 2. DTM10-C1/DTM10-202 Default Setting
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Figure 3. DTM10-201 Default Setting
Figure 4. DTM10-301 Default Setting
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Figure 5. DTM10-501 Default Setting
Figure 6. DTM10-502 Default Setting
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Figure 7. DTM20/DTM20-101 ICP Transducer Default Setting
Figure 8. DTM20-101 Seismic Velocity Transducer Default Setting
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Figure 9. DTM20-A4 Looseness Monitor Default Setting
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