Machine status monitors — the failure of pump or...

Machine condition monitors

The failure of pumps or compressors in the production can lead to considerable damage and production delays. Therefore, such aggregates are increasingly monitored continuously. A particularly economical solution to this problem is the vibration monitor SYN-CW219, which, together with a low-cost industrial ICP® vibration sensor, detects changes early, signals danger and notifies the higher-level system control. From the measured vibration signal, the RMS value of the vibration acceleration is determined according to ISO 10816-3 or the vibration velocity. At the same time, the SYN-CW219 detects the peak value of accelerations above an adjustable frequency and makes this signal as well as the RMS value available as a 4 ... 20 mA signal.

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Vibration monitor SYN-CW-219 B / NC

  • Machine status monitor,
  • Inputs: ICP®, 4... 20 mA, 0... 10 V,
  • 2 adjustable alarm thresholds,
  • Alarm release according to appropriate sizes,
  • Pre-alarm and main alarm relay,
  • Hardware monitoring,
  • Crest, narrow band level analysis,
    se. RMS frequency band setting

Vibration monitor SYN-CW-219 C / NC

  • Machine status monitor,
  • Inputs: ICP®, 4... 20 mA, 0... 10 V,
  • 2 adjustable alarm thresholds,
  • Alarm release according to appropriate sizes,
  • Pre-alarm and main alarm relay,
  • Hardware monitoring,
  • Process size-dependent alert thresholds,
  • Crest, narrow band level analysis,
    adjustable cut-off frequencies for frequency band RMS

Vibration monitor SYN-CW-220 C / NC

  • Machine status monitor,
  • Inputs: ICP®, 4... 20 mA, 0... 10 V,
  • 2 adjustable alarm thresholds,
  • Alarm release according to appropriate sizes,
  • Pre-alarm and main alarm relay,
  • Hardware monitoring,
  • Process size-dependent alert thresholds,
  • Crest, narrow band level analysis,
    speed-controlled narrow-band level analysis,
    adjustable cut-off frequencies for frequency band RMS