High-Density Monitoring Modules Plug in modules with bar graph displays have continuous signal conditioning for up to four channels of input per two inch wide module. In addition to displaying the level of the measured channel, the bar graph display indicates both the alarm and trip setpoint for each of the channels through the use of blinking segments in the bar graph. Monitoring points which require four setpoints use two module channels per individual input. In general, there are five different types of signal conditioning modules. Type "PV-1" modules monitor four separate transducers with one positive alarm and one positive trip setpoint per transducer. Type "PV-2" modules monitor two separate transducers with one positive and one negative alarm and trip setpoint per transducer. Type "PV-3" modules have the same setpoint configuration as the "PV-2" modules but utilize a dual voting system for each point of monitoring. Type "PV-4" modules have channels A & B configured per Type "PV-1" and channels C & D configured per Type "PV-2". Type "PV-5" modules monitor four separate transducers with one negative alarm and one positive trip setpoint per channel. Other modules can be custom tailored to specific application requirements
Digital Speed ModuleInput: Non-Contact ProbesAnalog Output: 0-5 VDC, standard or 4-20mADC, optionalGeneral: This type of module provides a single channel of speed monitoring. Digital circuitry is used to allow monitoring accuracies of± one RPM.Display: A digital LED display is used to give a continuous indication of speed in RPM.Setpoints: Two individually adjustable setpoints are available for alarm and trip purposes. Moving the toggle switch to the alarm or trip position displays the alarm or trip setpoint on the digital display.Module size: 2" wide x 6-7/8" high, uses one module space.
Relay ModuleEach relay module contains six (6) relays to be used for alarm or trip purposes.Rating: Each relay is a SPDT relay rated at 5 amps at 150VDC non-inductive. However, the relays can also be configured as three (3) DPDT relays.Time Delay: Each relay has an individual, front panel accessible time delay adjustment that can be adjusted from one (1) to fifteen (15) seconds.Relay Inhibit: Each relay can be inhibited individually by a front panel accessible slide switch behind the relay nameplate. Each relay module can also be inhibited by a customer supplied switch closure connected to the rear terminals.Relay State: Each relay can be set individually to be latching or non-latching, failsafe or non- failsafe. Each relay provides a common, normally open and normally closed contact connection on the rear terminal strip.Module Size: 2" wide x 6-7/8" high, uses one module space.Also available with indicating LED's.
Key Phase ModuleInput: Non-contact probesAnalog Output: NoneDisplay: None. This is a special four channel module that provides signal conditioning for key phase application. Each module provides four BNC jacks that provide a pulsed output for each of up to four different key phase channels.Operation: The key phase module provides a 10-volt square wave output signal upon sensing of a slot in the shaft. The circuitry of this module exceeds the API specifications by allowing the input signal circuit to be adjusted for various depths of slots.Module Size: 2" wide x 6-7/8"high, uses one module space.
Blank PanelBlank panel covers unused mounting rack spaces.
The high-density monitoring modules are built using four simple, reliable components-the universal board with four-channel LCD display and dual signal conditioning cards. Measured values are continuously displayed on the four-channel LCD. Setpoint levels appear as blinking segments, on each bar graph display. Modules are custom-tailored to fit your precise requirements-there is no operator set-up or programming necessary.Across the top of each module is a row of color-coded LEDs which indicate the status of that module. If an alarm or trip level has been exceeded, the appropriate LED will energize. Located below each bar graph is an "OK" indication and an "A" or "T ". that indicates that channels' status within the module.Behind each engraved name tag is a row of adjustable pots. The pots allow the operator to independently adjust the alarm and trip setpoint levels for each of the channels. Exact setpoint levels are digitally shown on the control module display; and as a blinking segment on that particular channel bar graph.