Fixturlaser NXA Geometry Ürün Broşürü

Fixturlaser NXA Geometry Ürün Broşürü
Geometry Measurements
Welcome to our world
Since the very beginning in 1984, ACOEM AB has helped industries throughout the world to achieve more profitable and sustainable production. We have
reached where we are today by having the courage to think beyond the norm and follow slightly unconventional paths. We have had the courage to make
mistakes and find new directions. Through our resolve, ambition and knowledge we have become a global player and a leader in innovative, user-friendly shaft
alignment.
Fixturlaser NXA Geometry
The Fixturlaser NXA Geometry package is characterized by its user friendliness and versatility. It contains software for straightness and flatness measurements,
such as:
• Standard straightness for measurement of e.g. machine beds, guideways or support structures.
• Straightness for full and half bore applications when measuring e.g. bearing journals for compressors and turbines with split casings.
• All these straightness measurement methods are available to you during the entire measurement process; e.g. if you start by measuring one point as full
bore, you can choose to measure the next one as either standard straightness or as half bore.
• Flatness measurements of foundations and machine beds when installing machines. Measurements on foundations can be done with both rectangular and
circular configurations.
User Friendly Graphic User Interface
The graphic user interface is intuitive and 3D animated, with icons and color coded symbols to guide you throughout the measurement and adjustment process.
Live and Micron Resolution Values
You have live values during measurement and simultaneous live adjustment, in both vertical and horizontal orientation (X and Y values), during the adjustment
process. Measurement results are displayed in micron resolution.
Green Benefits
Precision geometric measurements will result in fewer unplanned stoppages and correctly installed machinery will result in lower operating costs. By minimizing
wear, production stoppages and costs, you will also contribute to a more sustainable environment!
Fixturlaser NXA Geometry
Some features relating to the geometry applications are:
Best Fit: You have the option to allow the system to calculate a
reference line or plane, which illustrates the best fit, i.e. the least deviation
for each measurement point in relation to the reference line or plane that
has the least deviation of the measurement points.
Express Navigation:
When you select which points to measure, you will find that the highlighted
measurement point is surrounded by its neighbor points enabling you to
choose them without exiting the measurement screen.
Use of Reference Sensor: With an additional sensor, you can use
it as a reference sensor and zero it at the start of the measurement
process.You are then able to control, without exiting the measurement
screen, that the transmitter has not been moved during the actual
measurement, which would cause incorrect measurement values.
The Touch and Release:
The system gives you full freedom to record your measurements in any
order you want. The touch and release function makes it easy to select the
point to measure. Touch the screen, slide your finger across the display and
release the finger at the point you want to measure. Together with the color
screen and the graphical interface, you can very quickly manoeuver in your
configuration even if many measuring points have to be registered.
Geometric Applications
Straightness
The straightness application is measured in two axis, where the laser beam is used as reference. The deviation in distance between the laser beam and
the measurement object is measured in two or more positions with the use of a receiver.
The program allows for up to 99 points to be measured.
Typical applications are measurements of machine guides, machine beds, machine ways, and guide rails.
Flatness
Typical applications are measurements of e.g. machine beds and machine foundations. For the latter application, it is particularly beneficial to combine
flatness measurement with shaft alignment when installing rotating machinery. First you check the foundation’s surface for possible irregularities, a so
called pre-alignment check. If any, adjust these. Install the machine and check for possible misalignment with a laser based shaft alignment tool like the
Fixturlaser NXA system.
The program allows for up to 150 points (10 x 15) to be measured.
Flatness
This application uses a laser plane as reference. The deviation in distance between the laser plane and the measurement object is measured in one or
more positions with the use of the receiver.
The program allows for up to three circles with 99 points on each circle to be measured.
A typical application is the measurement of flanges and machine foundations
Geometric Applications
Straightness the
In the straightness measurement programs, straightness can be measured in two axes. The laser beam is used as reference
and the deviation in distance between the laser beam and the measurement object is measured in two or more positions,
with the use of the receiver.
Clock
The laser beam is set roughly parallel to a surface or an object. Up to 99 measurement points can be recorded by moving the receiver in different positions along the measurement object. The straightness of the object can be evaluated by choosing two points as reference or making a
best fit calculation. The measurement can be made as a single or dual axis measurement.
Straightness with the Clock Method the
Method
Clock
Straightness with the clock method is used to determine the center position of full bores, horizontally or vertically. The laser beam is set roughly
to the center line and each bore center is measured by rotating the receiver 180 degrees in each bore. Typical applications are bore measurements of bearing journals in diesel engines, compressors or gear boxes.
Straightness with the Arc Angle Method
Straightness with the Arc Angle method is used to determine the center position of full or half bores, with a horizontal center line. The laser beam
is set roughly to the center line and each bore center is measured by rotating the receiver in three or up to nine positions in each bore. Typical
applications are straightness measurements in bearing journals for e.g. compressors, turbines or machinery with split casings.
The Fixturlaser NXA Geometry Packages
The Fixturlaser NXA Geometry Basic and Full packages include the following software:
• Standard straightness for measurement of e.g. machine beds, guideways or support structures.
• Straightness for full and half bore applications when measuring e.g. bearing journals in gear boxes, diesel engines, compressors, and turbines with split casings.
• Flatness measurements, both rectangular and circular, of foundations and machine beds when installing machines.
FIXTURLASER NXA Geometry Basic
FIXTURLASER NXA Geometry Full
Complete the package with a choice from these 4 transmitters
T21
The 21 laser transmitter is battery
powered. The laser transmitter has a
built-in angular prism in a turret allowing
the creation of a 360° laser plane. Laser
beam levelling can be made in the X and
Y coordinates. The turret can easily be
detached giving a laser beam perpendicular to the X-Y plane.
T110
Battery powered laser transmitter with
built-in micrometer screws for adjustment of the laser beam in horizontal and
vertical level.
T220
Battery powered laser transmitter of diode
type with built-in spirit levels and an angular
prism. It is equipped with micrometer
screws for adjustment of the laser beam
in horizontal and vertical level. The optical
head can be rotated 360° in order to project
a reference plane with the laser beam.
T111
Laser transmitter with built-in micrometer
screws for adjustment of the laser beam
in horizontal and vertical level. The T111
is powered by the supplied AC-adapter
(110/230 Volts).
Fixturlaser RS sensor unit
A reference receiver, a second receiver, is used
in applications where you want to check that
the reference, the laser beam, has not moved
during the measurement sequence.
The reference receiver is normally mounted at
far distance from the laser transmitter to more
easily detect any movements of the laser.
When the laser beam is adjusted to its final
position and the reference is established, the
values from the reference receiver are set to
zero in the Sensor Display. It is possible, at any
time during the measurement, to enter the
Sensor Display and check that the values are
still zero.
Bore Fixture Kits
Two different fixture kits are available for full and half bore measurements with the Fixturlaser NXA
Geometry package. Each kit contains fixtures for various bore diameters, ranging from ø80 mm up to
ø1600 mm.
Accessories
XY table
Bracket for fine adjustment of the
laser transmitter
1.
2.
3 long arms with magnets
for XY table, ø300 - 600 mm
3.
Long arms for XY table
4.
5.
7.
6.
XY table including long
arms
Centering bracket for laser transmitter during bore measurement
8.
9.
10.
1. Fixture, RM/RS bore ø80-140mm 2. Magnet, low profile 3. Fixture, RM/RS w level 93-170 mm 4. Magnetic probe
5. Magnetic base half bore 6 . Transmitter fixture, 400 mm arm 7. Expander joint 8. Magnetic base 9. Receiver
holder cc 80 mm 10. Extension fixture 100-300 mm
BORE Fixture kit Ø 80-500 mm
BORE Fixture kit Ø 300-1600 mm
1. Fixture, RM/RS bore ø80-140mm
3. Fixture, RM/RS w level 93-170 mm
2. Magnet, low profile
4. Magnetic probe
3. Fixture, RM/RS w level 93-170 mm
5. Magnetic base half bore
4. Magnetic probe
6 . Transmitter fixture, 400 mm arm
6 . Transmitter fixture, 400 mm arm
7. Expander joint
7. Expander joint
8. Magnetic base
8. Magnetic base
9. Receiver holder cc 80 mm
9. Receiver holder cc 80 mm
10. Extension fixture 100-300 mm
3 short arms and magnets
for XY table, ø180 - 300 mm
Short arms for XY table
Fixtures for transmitter
800 mm
Arms for transmitter fixture
800 mm
Display Unit
BT2 Wireless Unit
Weight:
1,2 kg (2,6 lbs) with battery
Weight:
190 g (6.7 oz) with batteries
Dimensions:
124 mm x 158 mm x 49 mm
Dimensions:
82 mm x 50 mm x 40 mm (3.2 in x 2.0 in x 1.6 in)
(4,9 in x 6,2 in x 1,9 in)
Wireless communication:
Class II Bluetooth transmitter
P 65 (Dust tight and
protected against water jets)
Communication range:
10 m (33 ft)
Power supply:
3 AA (LR6) batteries
Display size:
6,5” (165 mm) diagonal (133 x 100 mm)
Operating time:
10 hours continuously
Gyroscope:
6-Axis MEMS Inertial Motion Sensor
with drift compensation and automatic
field calibration
Battery charging time
(system off, room temperature):
Operating time:
1 hour charge – 5 hours operating time
10 hours continuous use
(with 50% LCD backlight)
T21 Transmitter
Operating Temp:
-20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)
Weight:
1150 g
Laser class:
T220 Transmitter
Operating Temp:
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Storage Temp:
-20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)
Weight:
3500 g
Laser class:
Class 2
Dimensions:
175 x 175 x 115 mm (6.9 x 6.9 x 4.5 in)
Measuring distance:
Up to 50 meters (164 feet)
Laser sweep flatness:
±0,02 mm/m
Angular prism accuracy:
±0,02 mm/m
Power supply:
4 batteries type LR6
Operating time:
15 hours continuously
T110 Transmitter
Operating Temp:
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Storage Temp:
-20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)
Weight:
1100 g
Laser class:
Dimensions:
0 to 50°C (32 to 122°F)
Storage Temp:
Class 2
Dimensions:
100 x 103 x 109 mm (3.9 x 4.1 x 4.3 in)
Measuring distance:
Up to 20 meters (66 feet)
Laser sweep flatness:
±0,02 mm/m
Angular prism accuracy:
±0,02 mm/m
Power supply:
2 batteries type LR6
Operating time:
15 hours continuously
XA RM Sensor Unit
Weight:
116 g (4.1 oz)
Dimensions:
57 x 50 x 40 mm (2.2 x 2.0 x 1.6 in)
Detector size:
20 mm x 20 mm (0.8 in x 0.8 in )
Measurement accuracy:
1% ± 3 µm
Class 2
60 x 60 x 140 mm (2.4 x 2.4 x 5.5 in)
Measuring distance:
Up to 50 meters (164 feet)
Power supply:
2 batteries type LR6
Operating time:
15 hours continuously
ACOEM AB is a global player and leader in developing innovative, user-friendly equipment for
shaft alignment. By helping industries worldwide to become perfectly aligned, and eliminating
anything that might not be, we minimize unnecessary wear and production stoppages. This will
ultimately make our customers more profitable and our environment more sustainable.
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Tel: +46 31 706 28 00 I Fax: +46 31 706 28 50 I
E-mail: info@fixturlaser.se I www.fixturlaser.com I
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