The OrbiVib modules
The OrbiVib modules comes in many different types, extremely low cost, with rs-232 communication, USB communication, Profibus communication, fixed frequency bands, programmable frequency bands, different numbers of frequency bands and with different measurement methods.
Common for all of them, they are of high quality and very reliable.
OrbiVib 2 is designed for vibration measurements in the frequency range 0100 Hz. Up to 8 independent configurable frequency bands can be used to monitor and supervise accelerations in the frequency range of interest. The band-pass filter parameters, the vibration excess values and the reaction times can be configured individually for each frequency band. The OrbiVib 2 module provides 2 digital RPM inputs, which also can be used as an encoder input.
Two relay outputs are individually programmable for activation of RPM or/and vibration excess. An integrated 100 samples deep data/trace logger will capture all relevant information in case of an excess and will save it together with a time stamp in a non-volatile memory.
Either the Profibus DP or the USB interface can be used for configuration, monitoring and controlling of the OrbiVib 2 system. In addition a stand-alone operation after configuration is possible.
A GSD[E] file provides the master with all needed information about the module and the data protocol.
OrbiVib Standard DP slave module is designed to measure and supervise 8 low frequency vibration bands by a dual axis accelerometer. All bands are individually programmable for vibration excess and reaction time. One additional band (1 to 100 Hz) is available for individual vibration measurement. The 2-axis inclinometer indicates the x/y deviation from horizontal position.
8 PT100 temperature inputs with 2 individual programmable parameters for temperature excess.
2 digital inputs are individually programmable for RPM measurement or Encoder indication.
2 relay outputs are individually programmable for activation of RPM or/and Vibration excess.
20 sets of internal log data of vibration excesses are stored in a non-volatile memory.
The Profibus DP slave interface is used for process monitoring and control, configuration and diagnostics. A GSD[E] file provides the master with all needed information about the module and the data protocol.