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1 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Rotating Machinery Monitoring and Analysis
2 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Rotating Machinery Monitoring and Analysis AgendaGetting StartedMachines & InstrumentationZonicBook/618 eZ-TOMASProject Data File ConceptsGauge Monitor DisplayAcquisition, Instrument, and Storage SetupsSpectral Bands, RPM Ranges, and Limit SetupsDisplay PreferencesAnalysis DisplaysHistorical Data ReportsLimit CheckingProject Security
3 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Getting Started – Applications and Machinery PetroChemical, Power Utility, Paper and Steel Mill, Pharmaceutical, etc…Turbines, Compressors, Gearboxes, Pumps, Motors, Generators, etc…Typically, 1 to 3 machines per system.10 to 100,000 RPM rangeTemporary or Continuous Monitoring
4 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Getting Started - Instrumentation Accelerometers / VelocityProximity / DisplacementTachometer / SpeedPressure TransducersTemperature SensorsMicrophonesGeneral or StaticAccelerometer / Velocity: AC Coupled; 5 V full scale; ICP thru ZonicBook; 10, 100, 500 mV/g; 100 mV / ipsMounting Methods: Magnet, Adhesive, Wax, StudDisplacement: DC Coupled; 25 V full scale; 200 mV/milTachometer: AC Coupled; Photo-Optical or Notched ShaftOther: AC + DC proportional voltage signals.
5 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Getting Started – Project Data File Concepts Microsoft Windows 2000, or XP OSEZ-TOMAS Project1 to 3 Machines per Project1 Project Per Windows FolderFIFO DesignFixed Input Channel CountNumerous Configuration and Data Files per Project.“.TOM”, “.T02” … “.T76”Each data record includes Time WaveForm and Spectral Band data per channelSetup Configuration saved with Data.Data is stored to the project files automatically. “Save” menu option is only for backup purposes.
6 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Getting Started – System Startup System Startup & InitializationZonicBook/618E Power & EthernetPC Log OnVerify ConnectivityStart eZ-TOMASWindows PC, Windows 2000, NT, or XPUse DAQ Configuration to setup the ZonicBook
7 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Getting Started – Creating / Opening A Project New (Clone) Project Creates a new project, Same Channel Count. Existing configuration setups are maintained.Initialize Project Creates a new project. Channel Count can be Changed.Open Project An existing project is opened. Data is Appended to existing files.Save As Creates a new project. Configuration setups and Data is copied.Option Button Displays a list of existing projects. Select from List.
8 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Gauge Window Eight (8) Analog Gauges per Row. Up to 4 Rows.Up to (3) Tach Gauges.Acquisition and Limit Check Controls are located in frames and menus.Storage Indicators provide status update.
9 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Configuration Setups Project InformationConfigurationAcquisition, Input Channels, StorageSpectral BandsMachine FaultsSpectral LimitsRPM Limit SetsEither Edit Menu or Right Click on Gauge to Open WindowWork from Top Down and Left to RightConfiguration Setups are saved with the Data.
10 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Edit – Project Information Enter the typical information related to the machine being tested.User Notes can be entered on the main gauge window.
11 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Configuration Setup - Acquisition Typical Analysis Rates are 500 to 2000 Hz. Defined by highest frequency of interest.Typical Spectral Lines are 400 to 1600 Lines. Defined by spectral resolution.One (1) Average is equal to No Averaging. No average for Transient Data CaptureHanning and Flat Top are most common FFT Windows.AC Coupling HPF Filter. ICP Charge Time from 6 to 60 seconds
12 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Configuration Setup – Input Channels Gauge Min and Max used for Instrument Scaling on Gauges and Displays.Integration supported for Accelerometers and Velocity Pickups.AC Coupling supported in all Voltage Ranges, except +/- 25 V.ICP Supported in all Voltage Ranges, except +/- 25 V.FSV (Full Scale Voltage) Ranges from 25 mV to 25 V.
13 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Configuration Setup – Input Channels Angle Location is physical location of the probe. TDC = 0 degrees. West = 90 Degrees. South = East = 270.1xAmp and 1xPhs are used for Runout Compensation plots. Bode and Polar Displays.Gap Volt is the Reference DC Gap Voltage Value, used for Orbit and Shaft Center Line plots.XY Pair and Clearance used for Orbit and Shaft Center Line plots.Default Tach defines the preferred tach reference channel.
14 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Configuration Setup – Tach Channels Rotation Direction typically from Driver to DrivenTrigger Direction and Voltage are typically leading edge.Tach Channels – Counter Mode for phase measurements. Voltage Mode for verification of signal. Period mode for multiple pulses/rev.Analog Tachs – Auto detection. Used when pulse amplitude varies.
15 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Configuration Setup – Storage FIFO Design. Up to 200,000 time waveforms per channel.Event Driven while within an RPM RangeDelta RPM, Delta Time, OR Delta OverallRPM and Overall change stores pre-Trigger record.SnapShot is user trigger.
16 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Edit - Spectral Bands Ten (10) spectral bands per input channel.Bands 1 thru 4 are pre-defined. 5 thru 10 are user configurable.Spectral Range, Peak vs. Overall, Orders vs. Hz.
17 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Edit – Spectral Limits Two High and two Low Limits per channel per spectral band per RPM range./ Text Messaging via SMTP.Log File contains “N” alarm events.
18 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Gauge Window – Monitor Vibration Levels Acquisition Switch – ON, Messages show status.Limit Check Switch is independent of acquisitionDigital IO Switch control outputs. Alarm Event driven outputs.Data Storage Status shown. Snapshot Button allows you to manually trigger storage.Options available for gauges. Peak Hold and Show spectral band values.
21 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Gauge Window – Monitor Vibration Levels Display Peak Hold ValuesMouse Over gauge to display Peak value and Date/time
22 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Edit - Display Preferences Typically, White Background, with Dark Traces. Plot Trace colors by Channel.Realtime Plot Buffer defines data duration in Stripchart, Bode, Polar displays.Alarm Records pre-define history size when displaying Alarm Event.Waterfall display buffer up to 100 records. (Scroll or Skip option)UnWrap Bode Phase allows phase axis to span multiple 0 to 360 ranges.
23 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Analysis Displays Display - Plots…Realtime or Historical Data Source1 to 8 Windows8 Display TypesUp to 8 Traces per WindowInteractive Display Options1. Either Display Menu or Double Click on Gauge to open display window.
24 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Data Source Options Clear Realtime buffer only erases the realtime memory, stored data is still OK.Able to review Historical Data while data acquisition is ON.Delay Playback Update Slider 0 to 1000 mSec, 200 mSecInstrument, Auto, and User Scales. Click in X or Y Axis manually change Scale.Spectral Bands are labeled “A” thru “J”
25 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Time Waveform Supports multiple traces per plot window.Unfiltered or filtered time waveform, Spectral Band letters “A” thru “J”Full Time Block or Multiples of Rotation
26 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Spectrum Y Axis - Log or Linear Scale; X Axis - Frequency or OrdersPeak Cursor UpdateSingle, Harmonic, SideBand, Peak CursorsOverlay Limits
27 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Orbit Combination of 2 time waveforms. (Unfiltered or Filtered)Full Block or Multiple RevolutionsTach Marks and Rotation AnnotationBearing Clearance Circle Option
28 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Waterfall Scrolling or Skip Record option for Historical data.Right Click for Longitude and Latitude AnglesOverlay current spectrum, order tracks option.RPM or Time Annotation option
29 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Bode Bode = Amplitude and/or Phase vs. RPMMultiple Channels or Multiple Spectral Bands.Runout Compensated Overlay OptionAC+DC Envelope Plot Option for Overall Vibration
30 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Polar Displays Amplitude and Phase (1x) on Polar PlotRunout Compensated Overlay OptionRPM or Time Annotation OptionOverlay Limits Option
31 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – StripChart (Trend) Multiple Channels or Spectral Bands vs. Date/TimeX Axis Option either by Date Time or Records (historical data).Overlay LimitsAC + DC Envelope display Option for Overall
32 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Shaft Center Line (SCL) SCL = (measured DC Gap Voltage – Gap Reference) for Displacement Probe PairsRPM and Time Annotation OptionOverlay Bearing Clearance Circle Option
33 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Plot Windows – Right Click Options Plot Graph Area – Format, Copy Options, Color FormattingCursor – Spectral PositioningChannel – Color, Instrument setups
34 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Statistical Data Analysis Calculate Minimum, Maximum, Average and Standard DeviationAll Channels referenced to each Tach, over a user defined Time and RPM ranges.Can be used to calculate Spectral Limits
35 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Gauge Window – Monitor Vibration Status Click and Drag Limit pointersLock and UnLock Limit button in Options Frame.
36 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Historical Data Reporting Display – Alarm LogDisplay – SnapShot Log1. Double Click on Alarm or Snapshot Event to display data.
37 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS User Security Security – User LevelLevel 1 thru 3Project PasswordUser Level 3 = Manager. Allows complete access to all features.User Level 2 = Technician. Allows access to some features.User Level 1 = Operator. Minimal access.
38 ZonicBook/618EZ-TOMAS Data Export Options Entire Project Faster; Partial Project while Acquisition Active but SlowCopy graphics via Plot Windows.