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Our offered Product range includes 655 Vibration Meter, 7058 4-Channel Vibration Monitor, acceleration transducers, Velocity Transducers and 2110 Monitoring System.

655 Vibration Meter

The Vitec Model 655 Compact Balance Analyzer is used for in-place balancing, vibration measurement and stop-motion analysis of rotating machinery. Its color-coded front panel controls and 6.5 lb. weight make it an easy-to-use field instrument. A single switch selects one of four modes of operation: the Meter mode allows the operator to measure the overall level of vibration in displacement or velocity; the Strobe mode offers user-selectable strobe firing rates for stop-motion analysis; an Analyze mode allows the Model 655 to be tuned to specific frequencies for signature analysis. Balancing is accomplished in the phase mode. The tunable filter is based on a programmable digital LSI chip to give a high degree of accuracy and drift-free readings. Although light in weight and small in size, the Model 655 offers features found normally only on larger, more expensive analyzers. An AC output jack can be used to view the incoming signal on an oscilloscope. An XY recorder output is provided for hard copy signature analysis purposes. Dual switch-selectable pickup inputs make two-plane balancing operations easier. All vibration readings are based on a true RMS circuit to provide the most accurate vibration indications possible. The Model 655 will operate for up to 40 hours on a single charge in the meter or analyzer mode and up to one hour in the strobebalance mode.

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7058 4-Channel Vibration Monitor

  • Transducer Input Accelerometer Non-Contact Probes Velocity Transducer
  • Ranges Various
  • Relay One common alarm relay for all channels One common probe fault relay for all channels (not functional for Accelerometer inputs except 4072/4073). One common trip relay for all channels
  • Limit Independently adjustable alarm and trip setpoint for each channel, 0 – 100% full scale.
  • Analog Output 0-1V, 0-5V or 4-20mA DC

The 7058 4-Channel Vibration Monitor measures the vibration level of one to four points on rotating equipment located up to 1, 000 feet from your central control room, ideally suited for monitoring multiple points on large equipment like turbines and multi-stage pumps. Can be configured to: (1) accept signals from acceleration transducers, velocity transducers or non-contact probes; (2) condition signals to monitor in acceleration (g’s), velocity (insec) or displacement (mils); and (3) low-pass, bandpass and high-pass filters for each channel to allow you to monitor for a particular problem or to remove unwanted signals generated by nearby machines. A single analog meter allows you to view the vibration level, alarm and trip setpoint for each channel, and can be set to display the highest vibration level of the four channels. Front panel LEDs give immediate indication when alarm and trip setpoints have been exceeded, or when power or a transducer signal has been lost. AC and DC signal outputs and multiple relays allow for connection to external devices for alarm or automatic shutdown.

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acceleration transducers

Measure vibration frequencies from two to 10, 000 Hz, ideal for machines ranging from cooling tower fans to high speed gear boxes, provide high outputs for cable runs to 1, 000 feet, equipped with heavy duty connectors and stainless steel bodies designed to stand up to rugged industrial applications.

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Velocity Transducers

Measure vibration frequencies from two to 10, 000 Hz, ideal for machines ranging from cooling tower fans to high speed gear boxes Provide high outputs for cable runs to 1, 000 feet Equipped with heavy duty connectors and stainless steel bodies designed to stand up to rugged industrial applications.

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2110 Monitoring System

  • Input Axial position (noncontact probes) Case expansion (extended range displacement probes or LVDT) Differential expansion (extended range displacement probes or LVDT) Eccentricity (noncontact probes) Megawatt level (megawatt to mVDC transducer) Pressure
  • Modes Acceleration (g or m/sec2) Velocity (in/sec or mm/sec) Displacement (mils or µm) Megawatt level (MW) Pressure (PSI)
  • Ranges 0.0 to higher number, e.g., to 1.0, to 9,000 Low to higher number, e.g;., 1.0 to 50.0, 500 to 10,000 Negative to positive number, e.g., -2.0 to 8.0, -40 to +40
  • Filtering Bandpass High-pass Low-pass
  • Repeatiblity ±2%

The 2110 provides around-the-clock monitoring of machinery and processing equipment and warns operating personnel when predetermined limits have been exceeded. Individual bar graph displays give continuous indications of each channel, allowing the operator to view vibration, speed or other process variable levels at a glance. LEDs on the individual modules energize to indicate alarm, trip and pick-up status. The unit features high-density operation, up to 248 channels of process variable monitoring. Modular construction ensures economical system expansion, without the need for field programming or returning the system to the factory for modification. The system combines the proven reliability of analog signal conditioning with the ease of use and dynamic display capabilities of a microprocessor-based system. The 2110 comes with another valuable feature – Vitec applications support. Our experienced Application Engineers are available to help you custom tailor a system to fit your individual needs or simply answer your vibration questions. A system is only as good as the company that backs it. Each 2110 Monitoring System is custom-configured to meet the Customer’s exact requirements. Please contact Vitec to have one of our Application Engineers help configure your system and supply a quotation.

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438A Vibration Switches, Plate Mounted

  • Measurement mode Velocity
  • Frequency range 3 – 1000 Hz
  • Operating temperature -25 to 160F (-32 to 71C)
  • Weight NEMA 4: 5 lbs (2.3kg) Explosion-proof: 7.6 lbs (3.4kg)
  • Conduit Entry 3/4 NPT

The Vitec 438A Electronic Vibration Switch is an economical approach to accurate and reliable vibration protection for rotating machinery. Designed primarily for the OEM market but of equal value to end users, this device is a full-function vibration monitor that can be bolted directly to a machine. The rugged cast aluminum enclosure houses an accelerometer sensing element and the hardware required to qualify it as a true vibration monitor. Standard features include alarm and trip shutdown relays and signal outputs for local or remote metering purposes, and a NEMA 4 cast aluminum enclosure. An optional explosion-proof housing can be specified for use in hazardous areas.

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438R Vibration Switches With Remote Transducer

  • Measurement Mode Velocity
  • Transducer Model No. Determined by temperature at mounting point and frequency response required
  • Analog Output (DC) 4 – 20 mA
  • Enclosure Operating Temperature -25 to +160F (-32 to +71C)
  • Cable Assembly Length Up to 1000 ft. (305M)

The 438R monitors the vibration level of rotating equipment using a velocity or acceleration transducer mounted to your machine and located up to 1, 000 feet from the 438R electronics enclosure. The 438R is ideally suited for applications where the electronics should be easily accessible but the point to be monitored is in a dangerous or inconvenient area such as a cooling tower fan, overhead conveyor or remote pumping station. The 438R is also used in applications where the point to be monitored has a rounded surface, such as a bearing block. AC and DC signal outputs allow for communication to external devices such as spectrum analyzers, PLCs and Distributed Control Systems. Relays for Alarm and Trip give the capability for early warning and shutdown of your equipment when increased vibration levels are detected. Enclosures are available for wet, corrosive or hazardous environments and transducers for temperatures up to 500F260C.

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displacement transducer

The Vitec non-contact probe system measures displacements of vibrations without physically contacting the object to be measured. The probe system is composed of three parts: the driver, the probe and the connecting cable (probe-to-driver). In accordance with API 670, each piece is individually replaceable without need for recalibration. Each Non-Contact probe assembly is custom-configured to meet the Customer’s exact requirements. Please contact Vitec Customer Service to have one of our Application Engineers help configure your system and supply a quotation. Meets requirements of API 670 incorporates rugged, compact design Measures shaft vibration or position without contact Provides wide frequency response Conforms to API Standard 670 Offers high degree of tolerance to temperature changes Provides 200 MVMIL output

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438D Vibration Switch

  • Frequency (Hertz) Dependent on tranducer type and any special filtering (See “Transducer Types” below)
  • Measurement mode Velocity (in/sec)
  • Analog output 4 – 20 mA DC, proportional to full scale range
  • Input power 110V or 220V AC, field selectable
  • Mounting Flat surface, 8-3/4″ x 4″ (22.2 x 10.2cm) bolt pattern

More than a simple switch, the 438D is a single-channel vibration monitor that can be located in a centralized location, remote from operating equipment. The 438D is on guard ’round the clock, with cost-effective protection of motors, pumps, fans and a wide range of other rotating equipment. It provides continuous digital readout of the vibration level, and signals when a predetermined setpoint level has been reached.

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480 Vibration Switches, Stud Mounted

  • Measurement mode Velocity
  • Frequency range 5 – 1,000 Hz
  • Analog output 4 – 20 mA DC, proportional to full scale range
  • Input power 120/220V AC field-selectable or 24V DC (please specify when ordering)
  • Weight 120/220V AC units: 2.4 lbs (1.1 kg) 24V DC units: 2.2 lbs (0.9 kg)

The Vitec 480 is a compact Vibration Switch which combines the functions of a Vibration Transducer, Transmitter and Monitor. It provides low-cost protection of rotating machinery by signaling users when excessive vibration levels exist, indicating developing machinery problems. Ideal for motors, fans, cooling towers and a wide range of general purpose rotating machinery and processing equipment.

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Balancer Kit

The Vitec Model 655 Compact Balance Analyzer is used for in-place balancing, vibration measurement and stop-motion analysis of rotating machinery. Its color-coded front panel controls and 6.5 lb. weight make it an easy-to-use field instrument. A single switch selects one of four modes of operation: the Meter mode allows the operator to measure the overall level of vibration in displacement or velocity; the Strobe mode offers user-selectable strobe firing rates for stop-motion analysis; an Analyze mode allows the Model 655 to be tuned to specific frequencies for signature analysis. Balancing is accomplished in the phase mode. The tunable filter is based on a programmable digital LSI chip to give a high degree of accuracy and drift-free readings. Although light in weight and small in size, the Model 655 offers features found normally only on larger, more expensive analyzers. An AC output jack can be used to view the incoming signal on an oscilloscope. An XY recorder output is provided for hard copy signature analysis purposes. Dual switch-selectable pickup inputs make two-plane balancing operations easier. All vibration readings are based on a true RMS circuit to provide the most accurate vibration indications possible. The Model 655 will operate for up to 40 hours on a single charge in the meter or analyzer mode and up to one hour in the strobebalance mode.

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Analyzer Kit

The Vitec Model 655 Compact Balance Analyzer is used for in-place balancing, vibration measurement and stop-motion analysis of rotating machinery. Its color-coded front panel controls and 6.5 lb. weight make it an easy-to-use field instrument. A single switch selects one of four modes of operation: the Meter mode allows the operator to measure the overall level of vibration in displacement or velocity; the Strobe mode offers user-selectable strobe firing rates for stop-motion analysis; an Analyze mode allows the Model 655 to be tuned to specific frequencies for signature analysis. Balancing is accomplished in the phase mode. The tunable filter is based on a programmable digital LSI chip to give a high degree of accuracy and drift-free readings. Although light in weight and small in size, the Model 655 offers features found normally only on larger, more expensive analyzers. An AC output jack can be used to view the incoming signal on an oscilloscope. An XY recorder output is provided for hard copy signature analysis purposes. Dual switch-selectable pickup inputs make two-plane balancing operations easier. All vibration readings are based on a true RMS circuit to provide the most accurate vibration indications possible. The Model 655 will operate for up to 40 hours on a single charge in the meter or analyzer mode and up to one hour in the strobebalance mode.

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