Field balancing of rotors in one and two planes
Measurement of overall vibrations for evaluation of the machine condition
Frequency analysis for identification of machine faults and damages
Start-up and run-down analysis of the first harmonic for the detection of machine resonance's
Envelope spectrum mesurements
Display of the overall vibrations as well as of the first harmonic vs. time
Visualization of vibration time-signature
Bump test measurements
Ball and roller bearing fault detection
Technical Data

Measurement tasks
Measurement channels
2 channels for vibration
1channel for rotor speed and reference signal
Measurement values
Vibration displacement in Ám
Vibration velocity in mm/s
Vibration acceleration in m/s2
Signal detection types
RMS value
Peak-to-peak value
Peak value
Field balancing
Easy-to-understand operator dialog, integrated balancing calculator, polar presentation of unbalance and test run vectors and printed balancing reports via PC/Laptop
Balancing rotor speed: 120 to 20,000 rpm
Number of balancing planes: 1 or 2
Number of measuring points: up to 4 (enables optimized balancing procedures)
Archiving of rotor influence coefficients to enable simplified balancing procedures in repeat situations
Broadband vibration measurement in pre-selectable frequency ranges
High-pass steps 2/5/10/20/50/ 100/200/500/1,000 Hz
Low-pass steps 100/200/500/ 1,000/2,000/5,000/10,000 Hz
Number of averages: 0 up to 100
Measurement of overall vibrations
Frequency analysis
Narrow band measurement for separation of the machine vibration into their harmonic portions
FFT analysis, either without external trigger (free run) or with rotor-synchronous data acquisition
High-pass steps: 5/10/20/50/100/200/500/1,000 Hz
Low-pass steps: 100/200/500/1,000/2,000/5,000/10,000 Hz
2/5/10/20 harmonic with rotor-synchronous data acquisition
Resolution: 100/200/400/800 lines
Number of averages: 0 to 100
Windowing functions: Hanning and Uniform (Rectangular)
FFT analysis in the frequency range 5 to 10,000 Hz by means of 33 frequency bands with a constant relative bandwidth (26%) and with logarithmic graphical display
Start-up and run-down analysis
Measurement, archiving and graphical display of the amplitude and the phase angle of the first harmonic in pre-selec-table rotor speed ranges
Max. rotor speed range: 120 to 9,000 rpm
Resolution: 100 lines
Overall vibration and first harmonic vs. time
Measurement, archiving and graphical display of the characteristic values for overall vibration as well as for amplitude and phase angle of the first harmonic in pre-selectable time ranges
Number of averages: 0 to 100
Number of depictable data sets: 5 to 100
Visualization of the vibration waveform
Frequency range: 2 to 10,000 Hz, with rotor-synchronous data acquisition up to the 20 harmonic
Sampling period: 2/5/10/20/ 50/100/200/500/ 1,000/2,000/5,000 ms
Number of samples: 256/512/ 1,024/2,048
Number of averages with rotor-synchronous data acquisition: 0 to 100
Number of depictable data sets: 5 to 100
Resolution: 256/512/1,024/2,048 points
Vibration time-signature
General features
Display: Monochrome LCD with 128 x 128 Pixel and backlit
A/D-converter: 14 Bit resolutions
Storage capacity of the internal EEPROM memory: 2 MB (for firmware and measurement data)
Accuracy of the indicator unit: 5%
USB interface for data upload to PC/Laptop
With built-in rechargeable battery, storage capacity: 1,6 Ah
Typical battery operation period: not less than 6 h
Battery charge time: not more than 3 h
Power and charger unit for 240 V, 50/60 Hz
Power supply
Aluminium housing, rugged and shockproof design
Protection class: IP 54
Operating temperature range: -10░ to +50░ C
Relative air humidity: 0 to 95%, not condensing
Dimensions: 220 x 110 x 38 mm
Weight: 900 g
Mechanical construction of the indicator unit
Dimensions: approx. 400 x 300 x 250 mm
Weight incl. standard extent of delivery: approx. 5,4 kg
Soft case