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MachineryMate 800
Handheld vibration meter
Dec 2013

Features
BNC connector
Color coded display

Strobe

Bluetooth headphones
Power

Navigation arrows

Rugged casing
Asset manager

780FM-2-J88C sensor
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MAC800 meter
Machinery health at a glance
Simple to use vibration monitoring and analysis tool
Easy display of vibration signals
Performs vibration analysis based on machine running speed to diagnose
faults
unbalance
misalignment
looseness

Displays vibration frequency plots


Monitors vibration severity and bearing condition
Optional:
Strobe attachment for machine speed
Bluetooth headphones for listening to bearing noise

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Vibration monitoring
Rotating machinery
Critical assets

pumps
motors
fans
bearings
coolers/chillers
blowers
generators

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Vibration monitoring
Applications
Commercial and industrial HVAC
Food procesing
Manufacturing
Mining
Packaging
Petrochemical

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Pulp and paper


Power generation
Utilities
Automotive

Vibration monitoring
Benefits

Overcome sensor and cabling


restrictions with cost effective
handheld vibration meters

Cost savings
Plan replacement parts inventory
Longer equipment lifespan
Output reliabilty
Maintenance during planned downtime avoids expensive shutdowns
Reduce chance of workplace injury

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High performance sensor


High performance sensor
Supplied with integral cable connected 780FM-2-J88C
Meggitt sensor
Sensitivity: 100 mV/g
Rugged, coiled integral cable protects against cable tear

Sensor offers long term stability through proven design


and manufacturing
Hermetic seal
Case isolated
ESD and reverse wiring protection

2 pole magnet mount

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Taking a reading
Using the magnet mount, place sensor on a rigid part
of the machine as close as possible to the desired
measurement point
For best results sensor should be placed gently onto
measurement point by rolling the magnet onto the
machine
Avoids sudden shocks seen as large acceleration peaks
by the sensor and takes some time to die away

Overall vibration numbers screen displayed


View of machines vibration condition

Three color coded values


ISO value
Bearing noise in BDU
Total g
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Reading the display


ISO values
ISO value (in mm/s or inch/s) is the RMS
(average) of the vibration velocity in the
frequency band as specified by ISO
10816-1 standards.

10 Hz 1 kHz (600 - 60,000 RPM)


2 Hz 1 kHz (120 - 60,000 RPM

Correct frequency band is automatically


selected based on running speed
ISO value background is color coded to
ISO 10816-1 vibration velocity level chart

Indicates the condition of the machine


according to the size and type of machine
selected

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Reading the display


Bearing noise
High frequency vibration
Represented in Bearing Damage Units (BDU)
100 BDU corresponds to 1g RMS (average)
vibration measured above 1 kHz
Shows the wear state of bearings

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Reading the display


Bearing noise
The higher the number, the more worn the bearing
1 g of high frequency vibration (100 BDU) corresponds to a relatively high
level of bearing noise, indicative of damaged bearing

Bearing noise is roughly equivalent to a percentage of bearing wear


Displayed bearing noise levels
Red: above 100 BDU
Amber: between 50 and 100 BDU
Green: below 50 BDU

Customizable BDU alarm levels

<50 BDU

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50-100 BDU

>100 BDU

Reading the display


Total acceleration
RMS (average) value of the total vibration acceleration over the entire
frequency range
2 Hz to 10 kHz

Units of g
Earths gravitational constant
1 g = 9.81 m/s2

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Reading the display


Displacement
Distance a point on a machine travels from the
top to bottom of a vibration cycle
RMS displacement is shown in place of velcoity
reading on a blue background
mm or thou

Valuable when monitoring slow speed equipment

Fans
Blowers
Mixers
Paper rolls

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Vibration analysis
Displays running speed of machine
Entered manually or use strobe attachment

Vibration velocity (mm/s or inch/s) or displacement (mm or thou)


Broken into three bands

Shows vibration level in frequency ranges based on multiples of machine


run speed
1X = unbalance
2X = misalignment
3X = looseness

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Vibration analysis
1X = Unbalance
Vibration in the frequency band based on the running speed is usually
indicative of how well balanced the machine is
High vibration at the running speed indicates machinery is out of
balance
Even very well balanced machines show some vibration at running
speed
Should be quite low
Less than 2.3 mm/sec or 0.09 in/sec for a medium sized machine

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Vibration analysis
2X = Misalignment
High level of vibration in the frequency band centered at twice the running
speed is a possible indication of misalignment.
Shaft misalignment can result in a double peak in the waveform due to
two different center of gravity (one from each shaft)
Accelerometer picks up a peak as each center of gravity passes by
Two positive and two negative peaks each revolution of the shaft
Gives rise to a vibration signal at double the running speed of the machine

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Vibration analysis
3X = Looseness
High vibration in the frequency band centered at three times running
speed indicates something may be loose
mounting bolts
weak foundations

Not common to see third order vibration unless there is structural


looseness that is being excited by the vibration of the machine

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Vibration analysis
Frequency spectrum
Range from 0 to 1 kHz
Peak heights indicate the RMS vibration level at each frequency point
mm/s or inch/s

Right hand readings


Frequency (Hz, CPM or RPM)
RMS vibration level (in mm/s or inch/s)

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Vibration analysis
Frequency spectrum - zoom
Increase resolution by zooming into frequency spectrum
100 lines

800 lines

10 Hz

1.25 Hz

600 RPM

75 RPM

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Vibration analysis
Frequency spectrum live update
Continuously display readings taken at 1 second intervals
Can be used with
basic readings
VA bands
100 line frequency spectrum

Capture full resolution reading (800 line) at anytime

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Settings options
Setting

Description

Auto off time

1 to 60 minutes
1 minute increments

Brightness

1 to 10

Language

Varies by model

Graph mode

Display frequency spectrum as line or bar graph

Color scheme

Full color or monochromatic

Time and date

Use arrows to select

Units

Velocity readings: mm/s or in/s


Run speed: Hz, RPM or CPM

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Asset management
Measurement points (MP)
Each machine has user-defined name
Readings are saved as measurement points
Up to ten per machine

Machines and their measurement points can be


downloaded to DataMate software using USB
docking cradle

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Asset management
Software download
Visit the following site to download a copy of
the software.
http://meggitt.pocketvibradownload.com/
If you have purchased the Datamate Pro
version, you will be given a product code
that unlocks the full professional version of
the software.

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DataMate
Data upload/download

For the Pro version for DataMate software


contact Meggitt Sensing Systems
MachineryMate@meggitt.com

USB docking station for quick and easy import/export


Quickly manage and organize assets
Up to ten points per machine

IR link preserves IP67 rating of MAC800 case

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DataMate
Trending software

For the Pro version for DataMate software


contact Meggitt Sensing Systems
MachineryMate@meggitt.com

PC based software, Windows 7 compatible


Vibration trending to understand machine health
Intuitive, easy to use
Free limited version accommodates a maximum of ten machines, Pro
version allows unlimited assets

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DataMate
Trending software
Generate reports manually
Email alerts when alarm levels are
reached
Display vibration data in a variety of
ways

Vibration frequency spectra


Bearing noise
ISO trend plots
Waterfall diagrams

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For the Pro version for DataMate software


contact Meggitt Sensing Systems
MachineryMate@meggitt.com

Optional accessories
Strobe attachment
Offers visual analysis
Tachometer determine equipments rotational speed and phase
information
Match frequency components to shaft speed and position

Stroboscope slows/freezes rotating machinery speeds


Flashlight - hold strobe button for two seconds for continuous light

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Optional accessories
Bluetooth connected headphone
Wireless headphones provide audio output of bearing noise and
machine anomalies
Noise cancelling, designed specifically for loud environments
12 hour rechargeable battery
Dual receivers provide crisp audio response
Adjustable band for long wearing comfort and secure fit
Soft foam ear cushions

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Optional accessories
Protective boot with magnets
Rugged case
Quick mounting to machinery or equipment frees hands,
ensuring safety when taking measurements
Magnet on bottom connects to magnet mount on sensor
for easy storage

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Specifications
MAC800
English

Metric

Size

7.9 x 2.4 x 1 in

200 x 60 x 26 mm

Weight (not including magnet)

9.9 oz

280 g

Environmental
Water, sand and dust
Operating

+32 to +122 F

0 to +50 C

Storage

-4 to +158 F

-20 to +70 C

Power supply
Battery life
Frequency range
Max frequency resolution
Input range
Dynamic range
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IP67 waterproof

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2x AA batteries
~20 hours continuous operating time
ISO: 2 Hz to 1 kHz
BDU: 1 to 15 kHz
1.25 Hz at 800 lines FFT setting
User selectable with accelerometer sensitivity
96 dB (0.01 g resolution)

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information and this document may not be used or disclosed without
the express authorization of Meggitt Sensing Systems. Any
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