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TURBINE SUPERVISORY INSTRUMENTATION

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Introduction

In the past, the primary concern for companies that depend on turbo machinery was simply protecting the asset from catastrophic failure. In today's competitive environment, companies must not only protect their turbo machinery but they must also protect the people that operate it while maximizing production availability by detecting changes early and taking corrective action. Rockwell Automation - a global leader in industrial automation with more than 100 years of experience serving the changing needs of our customers in industries such as power generation, oil and gas, and others - understands the importance of turbo machinery as a primary mover for critical applications and offers solutions specifically designed to meet the unique requirements of steam, gas, and hydro turbines. For a solution that includes both protection and monitoring of your critical turbo machinery, Rockwell Automation's proven hardware, software and services include everything you need to be successful.

XM Condition Monitoring and Protection modules


Our XM condition monitoring and protection system gives you the ability to detect changes and faults as early as possible so that uptime and maintenance planning are optimized. In addition to this capability, the modular design and open industry network protocol of XM give you flexibility that results in the most cost effective design, installation and information sharing available.

Emonitor and RSMACC Enterprise Online software


Emonitor and RSMACC Enterprise Online expert data analysis and CMMS integration software makes storage and analysis of data easy, while making it possible to integrate this information into CMMS systems so that the data becomes actionable. Emonitor software also integrates data from portable data collectors and online surveillance systems, giving you a complete picture of plant asset health.

Services
Rockwell Automation is committed to your success. Therefore, you're provided services that include every step - from initial planning and assessment through to the final commissioning and documentation. Rockwell Automation has the ability to perform complete turnkey turbine supervisory instrumentation installation and retrofits or just the support you need to complete your project. All services are designed to meet your specific needs.

Introduction

TSI System Integration

Our integrated solution lowers your total cost by utilizing your existing plant information and control platform as well as open industry standard protocols.

Integrated Architecture
Below is an illustration of a typical Rockwell Automation integrated TSI system.
Emonitor Enterprise RSMACC Enterprise Online Reliability OnLine DCS

CMMS

Proprietary Serial, OPC, Modbus, etc.

Ethernet
PanelView

Controller Versa View

DeviceNet

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Retrofit Integration
The Rockwell Automation architecture can also be adapted to an existing turbine system. Below is an illustration of a typical Rockwell Automation TSI retrofit system.

Introduction

Turbine System Comparison


Monitoring System Components Measurements Steam Turbine Radial Vibration - Shaft Relative Absolute Shaft Thrust/Expansion/Position Eccentricity Speed/Accel/Overspeed Temperature Phase Measurement Modules XM-120 XM-120E XM-121 XM-121A XM-160/161/162 XM-220 XM-320 XM-361/362 Sensors Power Supply HMI 9000 Series 2100 Series 1606-XLP VersaView PanelView Standard Strip Chart LED Indicator RSView Control PLC/DCS DeviceNet Interface ControlLogix OPC Gateway Gateways and Bridges Relay Logic (XM-440) 4-20mA I/O Overspeed Relay (XM-442) Reliability Emonitor RSMACC EOL ROL

Gas Turbine Radial Vibration Thrust Speed Temperature Phase

Hydro Turbine Radial Vibration Thrust Speed Temperature Phase

XM-120 XM-123 XM-160/161/162 XM-220 XM-320 XM-361/362

XM-121 XM-160/161/162 XM-220 XM-320 XM-361/362

9000 Series 2100 Series 1606-XLP VersaView PanelView Standard Strip Chart LED Indicator RSView PLC/DCS DeviceNet Interface ControlLogix OPC Gateway Gateways and Bridges Relay Logic (XM-440) 4-20mA I/O Emonitor RSMACC EOL ROL
Recommendation is in bold text.

9000 Series 2100 Series 1606-XLP VersaView PanelView Standard Strip Chart LED Indicator RSView PLC/DCS DeviceNet Interface ControlLogix OPC Gateway Gateways and Bridges Relay Logic (XM-440) 4-20mA I/O Emonitor RSMACC EOL ROL

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System Selection Checklist


Step

Use the following Checklist as a guide to specify your turbine system.


See

1 Select the measurements Choose the measurements that you want to monitor on your turbine system. Steam turbine system Gas turbine system Hydro turbine system page 7 page 19 page 25

2 Select modules based on measurement Match the measurements and the XM modules. Steam turbine system Gas turbine system Hydro turbine system page 11 page 21 page 27

3 Select integration strategy Choose the HMI and control hardware for your system. 4 Select software Choose the software product you need to configure and manage your system. XM Serial Configuration Utility RSLinx software RSNetworx for DeviceNet software Emonitor Enterprise software RSMACC EOL software page 37 page 38 page 38 page 39 page 40 HMI products Control systems page 31 page 33

5 Select project services Determine the expertise needed to install a new system, or retrofit an existing one. Engineering design services Turnkey projects Reliability Online Service programs Available product services Training Repair, Exchange & Renewal parts page 41 page 41 page 42 page 42 page 43 page 43

6 Select optional accessories Choose sensors, power supply, enclosure, cables, junction boxes, etc. if necessary. Sensors Power Supplies Cables Junction Box Enclosures Sensor Adhesives / Mounting Tools Portable Data Collectors Surveillance Monitoring page 45 page 46 page 46 page 46 page 46 page 47 page 47 page 48

Introduction

Steam Turbine System

Typical Radial System Overview

CASE EXPANSION LEFT

RADIAL MEASUREMENTS
BRG #1 BRG #2 BRG #3 BRG #4 BRG #5 BRG #6 BRG #7

TEMP

TEMP

TEMP

TEMP

TEMP

TEMP

TEMP

ECCENTRICITY PHASE
"B" "A"

HIGH PRESSURE TURBINE

LOW PRESSURE TURBINE

GENERATOR

EXCITER

(OR OTHER DRIVEN COMPONENT) "B" "A"

ROTOR/THRUST POSITION "A" & "B" VALVE POSITION DIFF. EXPANSION 1 SET TO MONITOR 1 SET SPARE CASE EXPANSION RIGHT SPEED/OVERSPEED ROTOR ACCELERATION

Measurements

This section describes the recommended vibration monitoring for a steam turbine. Use this information to help you select the measurements that you want to monitor.

Radial Vibration Measurement - Shaft Relative


Radial vibration measures the radial motion of the rotating shaft relative to the case. This measurement gives the first indication of a fault, such as unbalance, misalignment, cracked shaft, oil whirl or other dynamic instabilities. Vibration measurements can be made in a single plane or a two plane (X-Y) arrangement where the sensors are 90 degrees apart and perpendicular to the shaft. Eddy current probes are usually installed in a hole drilled through the bearing cap and are held in place by either a bracket or a probe holder.

Steam Turbine System

Absolute Shaft Measurement


Absolute Shaft Vibration is a measure of the shafts motion relative to free space. The measurement is typically applied when the rotating assembly is five or more times heavier than the case of the machine. Absolute shaft motion is proportional to the vector addition of the casing absolute motion and the shaft relative motion.

Phase Measurement
D GAP APPROX. .060 D GAP W PREFERRED (PROTRUSION)
D=1/4 W=3/8 OR LARGER

W ALTERNATE (DEPRESSION)

Phase is defined as the angle between a reference mark (usually a keyway on the shaft) and the heavy spot on the rotor. Phase measurement is required for accurate balancing of any rotor. It also provides an indication of shaft cracks, misalignment, mass loss (such as throwing a blade), and other faults.

AXIAL DRILLED HOLE 3/8"DIA.x 1/4" DEEP

EPOXIED STEEL SHIM STOCK

Speed/Acceleration Measurement
Speed is a measurement of shaft rotation in revolutions per minute. During start-up, speed is a critical measurement as it allows the operator to: increase speed quickly through shaft critical frequencies; hold the speed stable during heat soak plateaus; and, for electric generators, to accurately match the synchronous frequency before connecting the generator to the power grid. Acceleration measures how fast speed is increasing or decreasing. It is monitored by the operator during turbine roll up, so that a steady increase in machine speed is achieved. Once the turbine is in normal operation, acceleration is not monitored.

Eccentricity Measurement
Eccentricity is a measurement of the amount of sag or bow in a rotor. It may also provide indication of a bent shaft. This measurement is used by the operator to indicate when the machine can safely be brought up to speed without causing rubs or damage to the seals.

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Differential Expansion (DE) Measurement


SHAFT d b c d = BEVEL ANGLE a = DETECTED RANGE c = INDICATED RANGE a

Ramp
ROT LONG OR

550mi NOMI L GA l s NA P 2" N. MI 2"MI N.

Differential expansion is the difference between the thermal growth of the rotor compared to the thermal growth of the case. Differential expansion monitoring is most critical during a turbine "cold" start-up. A common steam turbine has a thick, heavy case, and a lighter, hollow rotor. Due to the mass of the case it will grow slower than the rotor, so the operator must make sure the case has expanded enough to keep it from making contact with the rotor. To monitor, transducers can be placed on a collar or ramp that have been machined onto the turbine.

Collar

Rotor/Thrust Position Measurement


Dual Thrust

Single Thrust

The primary purpose of the thrust position measurement is to monitor thrust bearing wear and to ensure against axial rubs. Dual (redundant) thrust motion detection should be used when the machine is required to shutdown. This method requires two transducers mounted on each bearing. When both independent set points cross the shutdown limit the machine will be turned off. Single thrust motion detection should be used when the machine does not have to be shutdown and there is another means of verifying thrust bearing failure. Thrust position measurements are taken within 12 inches of the thrust bearing, monitoring the thrust collars movement between the active and inactive thrust shoes and their subsequent wear. Measurements taken outside of the thrust bearing area (greater than 12 inches) are generally effected by the rotors thermal expansion and an increase in the required dynamic measurement range. This measurement is typically referred to as rotor (axial) position.

Valve Position Measurement


Valve position is a measurement of how much a valve is open or closed, usually a throttle valve. It provides the operator with an idea of the current load on a machine in the form of a percentage; 0% correlates to a valve closed and 100% correlates to a valve open.

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Overspeed - Triple Redundant Protection Measurement


Overspeed is one of the most dangerous conditions that can occur in a turbine, and is defined when a machine accelerates beyond its maximum permissible rotational speed. It is monitored by an Electronic Overspeed Detection System (EODS).

Shell (Case) Expansion Measurement


10-3/16 3 9-1/2

3-1/4 4-1/2

3/4

3/8 15/16 2-5/8 3-1/2

Figure 9-1

Steam temperature varies greatly between startup, operation, and shutdown. Shell expansion is a measurement of how much the turbine's case expands from its fixed point outward as it is heated. Continuous indication of shell thermal growth allows the operator to manage the amount of shell distortion as the load is increased or decreased.

Temperature Measurement
Temperature measurements are taken to determine how hot a bearing is operating. These measurements may provide a secondary validation of operation or maintenance problems. An increase in a temperature reading may be due to excessive bearing loading, insufficient clearances, or misalignment.

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XM Modules

The XM series is a group of intelligent, specialty I/O modules designed for machinery protection and condition monitoring. The XM modules monitor critical machinery parameters such as vibration, temperature, position, and speed. The XM modules may be applied as a standalone system, or they can be integrated with existing automation and control systems, including PLCs and displays, to provide maintenance and operations with intelligent information to aid in protecting machinery from catastrophic failures and planning production and maintenance activities. Your selection of measurements determines which XM module you need for your steam turbine system.

If you want to measure Radial Vibration - Shaft Relative Phase

select XM-120 Standard Dynamic Measurement Module

description The XM-120 Standard Dynamic Measurement Module is an intelligent, 2-channel, general-purpose monitor. The module supports monitoring of shaft, casing or pedestal vibration in rotating equipment by accepting input from any eddy current probe, standard accelerometer, or any voltage output measurement device such as a velocity or pressure transducer. In addition to dynamic inputs, the module accepts one tachometer input to provide speed, phase and order analysis functions making it capable of calculating over 14 critical parameters per channel simultaneously. For more information on the XM-120 module, see publication ENMON-TD120.

Absolute Shaft

XM-121 Low Frequency Dynamic Module

The XM-121 Low Frequency Dynamic Module with alternative XM-121A firmware loaded is an intelligent 2-channel monitor capable of supporting a single absolute shaft measurement. The XM-121A firmware is included on the distribution CD with every standard XM-121. Many of the specifications are similar to the XM-121 Low Frequency Module. The HPFs available in the XM-121 allow for measurements to be as low as .2 Hz (12 CPM). For more information on the XM-121 module with XM-121A firmware, see publication GMSI10-TD047.

Speed Acceleration

XM-220 Dual Speed Module

The XM-220 Speed Module is an intelligent 2-channel measurement module that accepts input from two tachometers of any standard type including eddy current probes, magnetic pickups, optical tachometers and TTL output devices. The module measures speed, rotor acceleration and peak speed and is capable of detecting zero speed, locked rotor and reverse rotation. The module may also serve as a component of an Electronic Overspeed Detection System (EODS). For more information on the XM-220 module, see publication ENMON-TD220.

Eccentricity

XM-120 Standard Dynamic Measurement Module

The XM-120 Standard Dynamic Measurement Module with alternative XM-120E firmware, enables eccentricity monitoring, critical for steam turbine operation. The XM-120E firmware is included on the distribution CD with every standard XM-120. For more information on the XM-120 module with XM-120E firmware, see publication ENMON-TD002.

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If you want to measure Differential Expansion Rotor/Thrust Position Valve Position Shell (Case) Expansion

select XM-320 Position Module

description The XM-320 Position Module is a 2-channel multi-purpose monitor. The module can be configured to measure any of: Axial Position, Valve Position, Case Expansion or Differential Expansion. The XM-320 supports multiple single and dual-probe methods of measuring differential expansion. The appropriate method is machine specific and requires review of the installation. For more information on the XM-320 module, see publication ENMON-TD320.

Temperature

XM-361 Universal Temperature Module or XM-362 Isolated Temperature Module

The XM-361 Universal Temperature Module is a 6-channel general purpose temperature monitor. Each channel can be configured to measure either an RTD or an isolated thermocouple. The XM-362 Isolated Temperature Module is a 6-channel temperature monitor designed specifically for use with thermocouples. For more information on the temperature modules, see publication ENMON-TD361.

Triple Redundant Overspeed

XM-220 Dual Speed Module XM-442 Voted EODS Relay Module

The XM-442 Voted EODS Relay Module provides high performance voted relays as a component of an Electronic Overspeed Detection System. When coupled with three XM-220 Dual Speed Modules, an XM-442 provides a single 2-out-of-3 overspeed trip relay plus separate relays for alarm (1 of 3 voting), system fault and transducer fault. A single XM-442 paired with three XM-220 modules meets the requirements with regards to the measurement, detection and relay actuation component of API-670 section 5.4.8 Electronic Overspeed Detection. For more information on the XM-220 module, see publication ENMON-TD220. For more information on the XM-442 module, see publication GMSI10-TD048. For more information on the Electronic Overspeed Detection System, see publication GMSI10-UM015.

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Typical Configurations

The following configurations are examples of a typical system. Reference OEM specifications and existing sensor dimensions before selecting replacement sensors. TIP Additional requirements may include power supply, enclosure, cables, junction box, sensor adhesives/mounting tools, etc. See Optional Accessories on page 45.

Radial Vibration - Shaft Relative Configuration


Radial Vibration Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-VST02-01RA 1440-TB-A Option 1 EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 EK-17253 EK-09712

Description XM-120 Standard Dynamic Measurement Module Terminal Base for XM-120 / XM-121 / XM-122 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system Shaft Rider 18.5 to 20 in Model 544M Velocity Transducer

Qty 1 1 2 2 2 1 1

Option 2 (for replacement of existing shaft riders only)

For probe holder options, see publication ENACC-PP210.

Absolute Shaft Configuration


Absolute Shaft Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-VLF02-01RA 1440-TB-A EK-43808I EK-46801I EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 EK-29000-DPH-01 Description XM-121 Low Frequency Dynamic Measurement Module with XM-121A firmware Terminal Base for XM-120 / XM-121 / XM-122 Model 9100VO Velocity Output Accelerometer 32' Accelerometer Cable (splash proof) 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system Dual Probe Holder Qty 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Speed/Phase Configuration
Only one option is necessary for a speed/phase measurement.
Phase Configuration Parts Cat. No. Option 1 EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Option 2 EK-44395 EK-47774 Hall Effect speed sensor, magnetic, zero velocity Cable, Hall Effect speed sensor, 16ft, blunt cut 1 1 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system 1 1 1 Description Included with XM-120/121/122/123 Modules Qty

Speed/Acceleration Configuration
Only one option is necessary for a speed/acceleration measurement.
Speed/Acceleration Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-SPD02-01RB 1440-TB-B Option 1 EK-2111-40-00-1-10 EK-2171-0-80 EK-2111-9-001 Option 2 EK-44395 EK-47774 Hall Effect speed sensor, magnetic, zero velocity Cable, Hall Effect speed sensor, 16ft, blunt cut 1 1 11mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 11mm extension cable, 8m 11mm probe driver, 9m system 2 2 2 Description XM-220 Dual Speed Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 Qty 1 1

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Eccentricity Configuration
Eccentricity Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-VST02-01RA 1440-TB-A EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Description XM-120 Standard Dynamic Measurement Module with XM-120E firmware Terminal Base for XM-120 / XM-121 / XM-122 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system Qty 1 1 1 1 1

Differential Expansion (DE) Configuration


Differential Expansion Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TPS02-01RB 1440-TB-B EK-48486 Description XM-320 Position Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 Calibrated System, 500 Mil Includes: (1) 25mm dia tip right angle mounting plate & 1 meter armored cable (1) 8.0 meter armored extension cable (1) Drive calibrated for 25mm probe 9 meter electrical length Qty 1 1 1

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Rotor/Thrust Position Configuration


Rotor/Thrust Position Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TPS02-01RB 1440-TB-B Option 1: Rotor/Thrust EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Option 2: Position EK-2111-40-00-1-10 EK-2171-0-80 EK-2111-9-001 11mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 11mm extension cable, 8m 11mm probe driver, 9m system 1 1 1 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2 Description XM-320 Position Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 Qty 1 1

Valve Position Configuration


Valve Position Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TPS02-01RB 1440-TB-B EK-15383 EK-15629 EK-16282 Description XM-320 Position Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 LVDT - 0-2 in range Cam (Valve) position detector rotary potentiometer 1400 Ohm Cam (Valve) position detector rotary potentiometer 2000 Ohm Qty 1 1 1 1 1

Select one of the following part numbers

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Triple Redundant Overspeed Configuration


Triple Redundant Overspeed Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-SPD02-01RB 1440-TB-B 1440-REX03-04RG 1440-TB-G EK-2111-40-00-1-10 EK-2171-0-80 EK-2111-9-001 Description XM-220 Dual Speed Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 XM-442 Voted EODS Relay Module Terminal Base G for XM-442 11mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 11mm extension cable, 8m 11mm probe driver, 9m system Qty 3 3 1 1 3 3 3

Shell (Case) Expansion Configuration


Shell (Case) Expansion Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TPS02-01RB 1440-TB-B EK-15383 Description XM-320 Position Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 Linear Variable Displacement Transducers (LVDT) Qty 1 1 1

Temperature Configuration
Temperature Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TUN06-00RE 1440-TB-E 1440-TTC06-00RE 1440-TB-E Description XM-361 Universal Temperature Module Terminal Base E for XM-36x XM-362 Isolated TC Temperature Module Terminal Base E for XM-36x Qty 1 1 1 1

Option 1:Thermocouple or 2 or 3 Wire RTD

Option 2: Isolated Thermocouple

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Gas Turbine System

Typical Gas System Overview


RADIAL MEASUREMENTS
BRG #1 BRG #2

TEMP SPEED

TEMP

PHASE SPEED

GENERATOR Compressor Shaft Turbine Shaft


(OR OTHER DRIVEN COMPONENT)

THRUST POSITION "A" & "B"

Measurements

This section describes the recommended vibration monitoring for a gas turbine. Use this information to help you select the measurements that you want to monitor.

IMPORTANT

The turbine OEM should be referenced before choosing type and placement of measurements.

Radial Vibration Measurement


Radial Vibration gives the first indication of a fault, such as unbalance, misalignment, cracked shaft, oil whirl, or other dynamic instabilities.
Two Plane Arrangement

Shaft Relative - Fluid Film (Sleeve/Babbit) Bearing


This measures the radial motion of the rotating shaft relative to the case. Vibration measurements can be made in a single plane or a two plane (X-Y) arrangement where the sensors are 90 degrees apart and perpendicular to the shaft. Eddy current probes are usually installed in a hole drilled through the bearing cap and are held in place by either a bracket or a probe holder.

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Case Absolute - Anti-friction (Ball or Rolling Element) Bearings


Case Mounted Arrangement

Vibration measurements can be made by a transducer mounted on the machines casing. Mounting locations are generally determined by the OEM.

Phase Measurement
D GAP APPROX. .060 D GAP W PREFERRED (PROTRUSION)
D=1/4 W=3/8 OR LARGER

W ALTERNATE (DEPRESSION)

AXIAL DRILLED HOLE 3/8"DIA.x 1/4" DEEP

EPOXIED STEEL SHIM STOCK

Phase is defined as the angle between a reference mark (usually a keyway on the shaft) and the heavy spot on the rotor. Phase measurement is required for accurate balancing of any rotor. It also provides an indication of shaft cracks, misalignment, mass loss (such as throwing a blade), and other faults.

Speed Measurement
Speed is a measurement of shaft rotation in revolutions per minute. Speed is a critical measurement during start-up and operation.

Thrust Position Measurement


Dual Thrust

Single Thrust

The primary purpose of the thrust position measurement is to monitor thrust bearing wear and to ensure against axial rubs. Dual (redundant) thrust motion detection should be used when the machine is required to shutdown. This method requires two transducers mounted on each bearing. When both independent set points cross the shutdown limit the machine will be turned off. Single thrust motion detection should be used when the machine does not have to be shutdown and there is another means of verifying thrust bearing failure.

Temperature Measurement
Temperature measurements are taken to determine how hot a bearing is operating. These measurements may provide a secondary validation of operation or maintenance problems. An increase in a temperature reading may be due to excessive bearing loading, insufficient clearances, or misalignment.

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XM Modules

The XM series is a group of intelligent, specialty I/O modules designed for machinery protection and condition monitoring. The XM modules monitor critical machinery parameters such as vibration, temperature, position, and speed. The XM modules may be applied as a standalone system, or they can be integrated with existing automation and control systems, including PLCs and displays, to provide maintenance and operations with intelligent information to aid in protecting machinery from catastrophic failures and planning production and maintenance activities. Your selection of measurements determines which XM module you need for your gas turbine system.

If you want to measure Radial Vibration Phase

select

description

XM-123 Aeroderivative Module The XM-123 Aeroderivative Module is an intelligent 2-channel special-purpose monitor that is uniquely suited for monitoring Aeroderivative Gas Turbines. The XM-123 can be configured, per channel, to perform either tracking filter or band pass style measurements while it also continuously measures each channels broad band overall level. Note: For FFT, TWF and These capabilities, along with its extraordinary configurability, enable the additional calculated XM-123 to meet the demanding monitoring requirements of almost any parameters, the XM-120 engine in service today. module (1440-VST02-01RA) should be used in conjunction For more information on the XM-123 module, see publication with the XM-123 module. ENMON-TD123. For more information on the XM-120 module, see publication ENMON-TD120. XM-220 Dual Speed Module The XM-220 Speed Module is an intelligent 2-channel measurement module that accepts input from two tachometers of any standard type including eddy current probes, magnetic pickups, optical tachometers and TTL output devices. The module measures speed, rotor acceleration and peak speed and is capable of detecting zero speed, locked rotor and reverse rotation. The module may also serve as a component of an Electronic Overspeed Detection System (EODS). For more information on the XM-220 module, see publication ENMON-TD220.

Speed

Thrust Position

XM-320 Position Module

The XM-320 Position Module is a 2-channel multi-purpose monitor. The module can be configured to measure any of: Axial Position, Valve Position, Case Expansion and Differential Expansion. For more information on the XM-320 module, see publication ENMON-TD320.

Temperature

XM-361 Universal Temperature Module or XM-362 Isolated Temperature Module

The XM-361 Universal Temperature Module is a 6-channel general purpose temperature monitor. Each channel can be configured to measure either an RTD or an isolated thermocouple. The XM-362 Isolated Temperature Module is a 6-channel temperature monitor designed specifically for use with thermocouples. For more information on the temperature modules, see publication ENMON-TD361.

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Typical Configurations

The following configurations are examples of a typical system. Reference OEM specifications and existing sensor dimensions before selecting replacement sensors. TIP Additional requirements may include power supply, enclosure, cables, junction box, sensor adhesives/mounting tools, etc. See Optional Accessories on page 45.

Radial Vibration Configuration


Radial Vibration Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-VAD02-01RA 1440-TB-A EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Description XM-123 Aeroderivative Module Terminal Base for XM-123 / XM-120 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system -40 to +350F (-40 to +177C) Connector: max. 257F (+125C) -36 to +176F (-38 to +80C) -65 to +500F (-54 to +260C) Probe Operating Temperature Range Qty 1 1 2 2 2

Option 1: Shaft Relative

Option 2: Case Absolute EK-43807I EK-46801I 9100HT High Temperature Accelerometer 32 Accelerometer Cable (splash proof)

1 1

Sensors must meet operating temperature requirements. Specialty, high temperature probes and case mounted sensors are available. Special care should be taken when specifying sensor for aeroderivative gas turbine applications.

TIP

For FFT, TWF and additional calculated parameters, the XM-120 module (1440-VST02-01RA) should be used in conjunction with the XM-123 module.

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Phase/Speed Configuration
Only one option is necessary for a phase/speed measurement.
Phase Configuration Parts Cat. No. Phase/Speed Included with XM-123/120/121/122 Modules Speed 1440-SPD02-01RB 1440-TB-B Option 1 EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Option 2 EK-44395 EK-47774 Hall Effect speed sensor, magnetic, zero velocity Cable, Hall Effect speed sensor, 16ft, blunt cut 1 1 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system 1 1 1 XM-220 Dual Speed Module Terminal Base B for XM-220 / XM-320 1 1 Description Qty

Thrust Position Configuration


Thrust Position Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TPS02-01RB 1440-TB-B EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Description XM-320 Dual Position Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system Qty 1 1 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2

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Gas Turbine System

Temperature Configuration
Temperature Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TUN06-00RE 1440-TB-E 1440-TTC06-00RE 1440-TB-E Description XM-361 Universal Temperature Module Terminal Base E for XM-36x XM-362 Isolated TC Temperature Module Terminal Base E for XM-36x Qty 1 1 1 1

Option 1: Thermocouple or 2 or 3 Wire RTD

Option 2: Isolated Thermocouple

Hydro Turbine System

Typical Hydro Turbine System Overview

Generator

THRUST POSITION "A" & "B"

TEMP

R A D I A L M E A S U R E M E N T S

Shaft SPEED/PHASE TEMP

Turbine CAVITATION

Measurements

This section describes the recommended vibration monitoring for a hydro turbine. Use this information to help you select the measurements that you want to monitor.

Radial Vibration Measurement


Radial Vibration gives the first indication of a fault, such as unbalance, misalignment, cracked shaft, oil whirl, or other dynamic instabilities.

Shaft Relative - Fluid Film (Sleeve/Babbit) Bearing


This measures the radial motion of the rotating shaft relative to the case. Vibration measurements can be made in a single plane or a two plane (X-Y) arrangement where the sensors are 90 degrees apart and perpendicular to the shaft. Eddy current probes are usually installed in a hole drilled through the bearing cap and are held in place by either a bracket or a probe holder.

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Cavitation

Case Absolute - Anti-friction (Ball or Rolling Element) Bearings


Vibration measurements can be made by a transducer mounted on the machines casing. Mounting locations are generally determined by the OEM. Cavitation is defined as the formation of vapor pockets in a liquid. In hydro turbines, cavitation can cause a large amount of noise, damage to the machine, and a loss of efficiency. It is measured by a case mounted accelerometer on either the draft tube or turbine head cover.

Phase/Speed Measurement
D GAP APPROX. .060 D GAP W PREFERRED (PROTRUSION)
D=1/4 W=3/8 OR LARGER

W ALTERNATE (DEPRESSION)

Phase is defined as the angle between a reference mark (usually a keyway on the shaft) and the heavy spot on the rotor. Phase measurement is required for accurate balancing of any rotor. It also provides an indication of shaft cracks, misalignment, mass loss (such as throwing a blade), and other faults. Speed is a measurement of shaft rotation in revolutions per minute. Speed is a critical measurement during start-up and operation.

AXIAL DRILLED HOLE 3/8"DIA.x 1/4" DEEP

EPOXIED STEEL SHIM STOCK

Thrust Position Measurement


Dual Thrust

The primary purpose of the thrust position measurement is to monitor thrust bearing wear and to ensure against axial rubs. Dual (redundant) thrust motion detection should be used when the machine is required to shutdown. This method requires two transducers mounted on each bearing. When both independent set points cross the shutdown limit the machine will be turned off. Single thrust motion detection should be used when the machine does not have to be shutdown and there is another means of verifying thrust bearing failure.
Single Thrust

Temperature Measurement
Temperature measurements are taken to determine how hot a bearing is operating. These measurements may provide a secondary validation of operation or maintenance problems. An increase in a temperature reading may be due to excessive bearing loading, insufficient clearances, or misalignment.

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XM Modules

The XM series is a group of intelligent, specialty I/O modules designed for machinery protection and condition monitoring. The XM modules monitor critical machinery parameters such as vibration, temperature, position, and speed. The XM modules may be applied as a standalone system, or they can be integrated with existing automation and control systems, including PLCs and displays, to provide maintenance and operations with intelligent information to aid in protecting machinery from catastrophic failures and planning production and maintenance activities. Your selection of measurements determines which XM module you need for your hydro turbine system.

If you want to measure Radial Vibration Phase

select XM-121 Low Frequency Dynamic Module

description The XM-121 Low Frequency Vibration Module is identical to the XM-120 Standard Vibration Module except for the available high pass filter (HPF) selections. The HPFs available in the XM-121 allow for measurements to be as low as .2 Hz (12 CPM) making it ideal for monitoring low speed machinery such as hydroturbines and many fans, gearboxes, paper rolls, extruder presses and other low speed equipment. For more information on the XM-121 module, see publication ENMON-TD120.

Speed

XM-220 Dual Speed Module

The XM-220 Speed Module is an intelligent 2-channel measurement module that accepts input from two tachometers of any standard type including eddy current probes, magnetic pickups, optical tachometers and TTL output devices. The module measures speed, rotor acceleration and peak speed and is capable of detecting zero speed, locked rotor and reverse rotation. The module may also serve as a component of an Electronic Overspeed Detection System (EODS). For more information on the XM-220 module, see publication ENMON-TD220.

Thrust Position

XM-320 Position Module

The XM-320 Position Module is a 2-channel multi-purpose monitor. The module can be configured to measure any of: Axial Position, Valve Position, Case Expansion and Differential Expansion. For more information on the XM-320 module, see publication ENMON-TD320.

Temperature

XM-361 Universal Temperature Module or XM-362 Isolated Temperature Module

The XM-361 Universal Temperature Module is a 6-channel general purpose temperature monitor. Each channel can be configured to measure either an RTD or an isolated thermocouple. The XM-362 Isolated Temperature Module is a 6-channel temperature monitor designed specifically for use with thermocouples. For more information on the temperature modules, see publication ENMON-TD361.

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Typical Configurations

The following configurations are examples of a typical system. Reference OEM specifications and existing sensor dimensions before selecting replacement sensors. TIP Additional requirements may include power supply, enclosure, cables, junction box, sensor adhesives/mounting tools, etc. See Optional Accessories on page 45.

Radial Vibration Configuration


Radial Vibration Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-VLF02-01RA 1440-TB-A EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 EK-43784I EK-46801I Description XM-121 Low Frequency Dynamic Measurement Module Terminal Base A for XM-120 / XM-121 / XM-122 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system 9100 General Purpose Accelerometer 32 Accelerometer Cable (splash proof) Qty 1 1 2 2 2 1 1

Option 1: Shaft Relative

Option 2: Case Absolute and Cavitation

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Phase/Speed Configuration
Only one option is necessary for a phase/speed measurement.
Phase/Speed Configuration Parts Cat. No. Phase/Speed Included with XM-121/120 Modules Speed 1440-SPD02-01RB 1440-TB-B Option 1 EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Option 2 EK-44395 EK-47774 Hall Effect speed sensor, magnetic, zero velocity Cable, Hall Effect speed sensor, 16ft, blunt cut 1 1 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system 1 1 1 XM-220 Dual Speed Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 1 1 Description Qty

Thrust Position Configuration


Thrust Position Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TPS02-01RB 1440-TB-B EK-2105-70-00-1-10 EK-2170-0-80 EK-2108-9-001 Description XM-320 Position Module Terminal Base B for XM-320 / XM-220 8mm dia NCPU probe, 1m cable 8mm extension cable, 8m 8mm probe driver, 9m system Qty 1 1 1 or 2 1 or 2 1 or 2

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Temperature Configuration
Temperature Configuration Parts Cat. No. 1440-TUN06-00RE 1440-TB-E 1440-TTC06-00RE 1440-TB-E Description XM-361 Universal Temperature Module Terminal Base E for XM-36x XM-362 Isolated TC Temperature Module Terminal Base E for XM-36x Qty 1 1 1 1

Option 1: Thermocouple or 2 or 3 Wire RTD

Option 2: Isolated Thermocouple

Integration Products

This section describes the integration strategy. Select the human machine interface (HMI), control system, and reliability products that best fit your needs. XM systems use the DeviceNet open standard for all communications. DeviceNet is an open, low-level network that provides connections between simple industrial devices (such as sensors and actuators) and higher-level devices (such as HMIs, PLCs, and computers). The DeviceNet network uses the proven Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) to provide the control, configure, and data collection capabilities for industrial devices.

HMI Products

Rockwell Automation offers the following HMI products for your system.

VersaView Industrial Computers and Monitors


VersaView products are a family of industrial computer and monitor solutions, comprised of integrated display computers, workstations, non-display computers, and flat panel monitors. VersaView products offer effortless management of changing technology, a rugged but cost-effective design, and easier product configuration. All VersaView products provide the latest industrial solution available, optimized for visualization, control, information processing, and maintenance application.

VersaView CE Industrial Computers


VersaView CE products offer open Windows CE terminals in Windows desktop environments - bringing together features of operator interfaces and industrial computers. It is a high performance computer with a compact flash drive and integrated RSView Machine Edition runtime (no activation required). Theres no hard disk, no fan, and no moving parts, which means maximum reliability on the plant floor. Easy to set up and maintain, VersaView CE means an open system thats rugged and economical, offering high functionality in an easy to use package.

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RSView Enterprise Series Software


RSView Enterprise Series software from Rockwell Software is a line of HMI software products designed with a common look, feel, and navigation to help speed HMI application development and training time. With RSView Enterprise Series 3.0, you can reference existing Logix data tags. Any changes made to these referenced tags are automatically inherited by RSView software. RSView Enterprise Series software includes: RSView Studio lets you create applications in a single design environment. It configures RSView Supervisory Edition, RSView Machine Edition, VersaView CE, and PanelView Plus applications. It supports editing and reusing projects for improved portability between embedded machine and supervisory HMI systems. RSView Machine Edition (ME) is a machine-level HMI product that supports both open and dedicated operator interface solutions. It provides a consistent operator interface across multiple platforms (including Microsoft Windows CE, Windows 2000/XP, and PanelView Plus solutions), and is ideal for monitoring and controlling individual machines or small processes. RSView Supervisory Edition (SE) is an HMI software for supervisory-level monitoring and control applications. It has a distributed and scalable architecture that supports distributed-server/multi-user applications. This highly scalable architecture can be applied to a stand-alone, one-server/one-user application or to multiple users interfacing with multiple servers.

PanelView Standard Operator Terminals


PanelView Standard operator terminals are engineered for maximum performance in space saving flat panel designs. These electronic operator interfaces feature pixel graphics capabilities and high-performance functionality in color, grayscale, and monochrome displays. The PanelView Standard family offers a complete line of rugged electronic operator interface solutions in a variety of sizes and configurations to meet specific application requirements, all with a rich collection of hardware and software features designed to simplify programming and improve operator productivity. The high performance functionality of the PanelView Standard line includes advanced alarm handling, screen security, analog gauges, ATA PC memory card, universal language support, and online printing for more intuitive operator control.

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Control Systems

Rockwell Automation offers the following control system solutions for your system.

PLC/DCS DeviceNet Interface


The XM module may be linked directly to a PLC or other control system via industry standard DeviceNet scanner cards. Host controllers can then scan XM modules for data, alarm and relay status information in real-time. Prioritizing messaging insures that changes to any alarm or relay status is immediately communicated to network controllers.

ControlLogix
The ControlLogix system provides sequential, process, motion, and drive control together with communications and state-of-the-art I/O in a small, cost-competitive package. The system is modular, so you can design, build, and modify it efficiently - with significant savings in training and engineering. A simple ControlLogix system consists of a standalone controller and I/O modules in a single chassis. You can also use the ControlLogix system as a gateway. Include the communication modules you need for connectivity to other networks. For this use, a controller is not required. The ControlLogix Gateway integrates into existing PLC-based systems so that users with existing networks can send or receive messages to or from other networks. For more information on the ControlLogix products, see publication 1759-SG001.

OPC Gateway
OPC (OLE for Process Control) is a set of industry-standard specifications that allow plant floor devices such as DCSs and PLCs to communicate and exchange data with software applications such as HMIs and Process Historians. The OPC standards allow different automation and control applications, field systems and devices, and business and office applications supplied by different vendors to work with one another. RSLinx Classic software is an OPC-compliant server exposing the required interfaces for an OPC client application to access data consistent with other OPC-compliant servers.

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Gateways and Bridges


XM-500 Ethernet Gateway
The XM-500 Ethernet Gateway provides a powerful bridge between an XM DeviceNet network and Ethernet. The Gateway provides complete DeviceNet Master functionality and support for a fully populated DeviceNet network with up to 63 devices. On the Ethernet side, the XM-500 offers a standard TCP/IP interface and support for the Ethernet protocol. Recommended for systems designed primarily to communicate with RSMACC EOL and Emonitor. For more information, see publication ENMON-TD500.

1788 EN2DN Ethernet/IP to DeviceNet Linking Device


The 1788 EN2DN Ethernet/IP to DeviceNet Linking Device has the capability to bridge explicit messages from an Ethernet/IP network to a DeviceNet network, or scan the DeviceNet network via Ethernet/IP. Can be used with any Logix controller or third party controller with Ethernet/IP support. Recommended for systems requiring integration with automation environments, e.g. PLCs, and visualizations.

1788 CN2DN ControlNet to DeviceNet Linking Device


One side of the Linking Device is a DeviceNet scanner with the capacity for handling 500 bytes of data in and out from DeviceNet compliant devices. The other side is a ControlNet scheduled adapter with redundant media communications and a Network Access Port.
IMPORTANT

Rockwell Automation's Encompass Partners provide additional gateways for almost any network; see http://www.rockwellautomation.com/encompass/ for further details.

XM-440 Master Relay Module


The XM-440 Master Relay Module combines four relay outputs with XM bus master capabilities to provide remote, shared and voted relay operation for distributed XM measurement modules. The XM-440 module offers high power relays suitable for use in most protection applications.

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XM-442 Voted EODS Relay Module


The XM-442 module is designed to mate with three XM-220 Dual Speed Modules to provide an API compliant triple redundant Electronic Overspeed Detection System (EODS). The XM-442 provides four high power relays that serve as the EODS alarm and shutdown relays.

4-20mA Outputs
The XM modules offer a 4-20mA isolated analog output per channel proportional to the selected measurement. Each output is independently programmed to represent any measured parameter, from either channel with a maximum load of 300 ohms. The 4-20mA outputs can interface directly with existing strip chart recorders and LED indicators to monitor and control the health of your turbine system.

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Software Products

Your network configuration determines what software packages you need to configure and manage your system.

XM Serial Configuration Utility Software

The XM Serial Configuration Utility software is an easy to use Windows application for installing and configuring the XM Series modules. The tool can read, write, and modify configurations stored on disk, upload configuration from a module; download configurations and firmware updates to a module; and view data from a module. The Utility software is provided on the XM Documentation and Configuration Utility CD that is packaged with the XM modules.

IMPORTANT

To use the XM Serial Configuration Utility, connect the PC to a modules serial port using the following serial cable.
Cat. No. 1440-SCDB9-FXM2 Description XM Serial Communications Cable

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Software Products

RSLinx Software

RSLinx software is a complete communication server providing plant-floor device connectivity for a wide variety of Rockwell Software applications such as RSLogix 5/500/5000, RSView32, RSView Enterprise Series, and RSMACC Enterprise Online Condition Monitor (RSMACC EOL). In addition, several open interfaces are provided for third-party HMI, data collection and analysis packages, and custom client-application software. RSLinx software can support multiple software applications simultaneously, communicating to a variety of devices on many different networks. RSLinx 2.x software is now joined by RSLinx Enterprise software, a new product within the RSLinx family that provide unparalleled connectivity to Logix processors. RSLinx Enterprise software currently can support working as a data server for widely distributed RSView Supervisory Edition products, RSSql, RSBizWare Historian, and RSBizWare PlantMetrics applications, RSView Machine Edition including PanelView Plus and VersaView hardware platforms, and RSView Supervisory Edition Station. You can communicate from anywhere to anywhere using RSLinx software. RSLinx v2.43 or later is required for compatibility with the entire line of XM modules.

RSNetWorx for DeviceNet Software

RSNetWorx software configures and manages the communication between the devices on your control network. RSNetWorx for DeviceNet provides an instant, selectable view of any DeviceNet network. With this software, you can

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configure DeviceNet I/O devices and create a scan list. The DeviceNet scanner stores the configuration information and scan list.

Emonitor Enterprise Software

The Emonitor suite is a complete machinery information software system for Condition Based Maintenance programs. By incorporating multiple data sources, such as online systems, portable data collectors and OPC servers, Emonitor can easily present a complete picture of the state of your machinery. A collection of analysis tools, statistical based alarms and rule-based logic allows you to quickly and easily identify problem areas among large amounts of data.

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Software Products

Emonitor historical data can be accessed via any application utilizing the following data access standards: Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) - ODBC provides access to data from any application regardless of which database management system (DBMS) is handling the data. It is independent of programming language, database system, and operating system. MIMOSA - MIMOSA is an open standard in which equipment asset software components are able to communicate and exchange data automatically without propriety or supplier-specific interface protocols. Extensible Markup Language (XML) - XML is a simple, flexible text format designed to facilitate the sharing of data across different systems. Programs are able to modify and validate documents in languages based on XML without prior knowledge of their form.

RSMACC Enterprise Online Software

RSMACC Enterprise Online Condition Monitor is an information presentation and analysis tool that provides you the ability to quickly and intuitively evaluate plant, machinery, and system status at a glance. Using the Enterprise Online Configuration Utility from within RSMACC Enterprise Online Condition Monitor, you can remotely configure data collection parameters, alarms, and relays on the XM modules.

Third Party Software Products

Rockwell Automation offers connectivity solutions allowing our products to integrate with a variety of third party data sources directly via OPC, DeviceNet Standard and Scanner Bridges.

Project Services

A TSI system retrofit begins with a walk down of the machine and the creation of a project scope document. From this, a bill of material and quotation document will be generated. Rockwell Automation Project Services provides the expertise needed to scope and install a new TSI system, or the retrofit of an existing one.

Engineering Design Services

Rockwell Automation has the engineering resources and specific TSI knowledge to effectively design a new system or plan a retrofit. The design services include: Functional Design Specification Installation Drawings Custom Product Design Application Review Network Evaluation Customized Operational and Troubleshooting Guides

Turn Key

Rockwell Automations performance history and depth of knowledge help to deliver successful turnkey projects. Project Management Plan, design, build and install the solution Integrate TSI solution with other plant systems Factory Acceptance Testing with Documentation Package suitable for most ISO 9000 Requirements Mechanical and Electrical services On-Site Acceptance Testing with Documentation Package System Commissioning Software Configuration As-Built Drawing Package Factory or On-Site Training of plant personnel on operation and maintenance of the system Final Report Documentation Package

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Reliability Online (ROL) Service Programs

Rockwell Automation ROL Services turns TSI data into actionable Condition-based Maintenance information. The TSI system can be designed to be accessed over a phone line or through a secure internet connection Regular or on demand analysis expertise is provided remotely Asset health information is accessed through the internet with an easy to use web portal (see illustration below)

Select the Product Services

Services Menu Cat. No. 1443-S-OLTK 1443-S-DOC 1443-S-MON 1443-S-CAL 1443-ROL-CAS Description Turnkey Installations and Services for on-line systems Documentation Service - Reports, Drawings and System Specifications On-line Systems Commissioning, Inspection, Application and Training Standard Annual Calibration or Troubleshooting Service for on-line systems Reliability Online (ROL) analysis service

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Training

Utilizing the Rockwell Automation training offerings can significantly improve the productivity and efficiency of the plant floor staff by giving them the knowledge, skills and learning aids to maintain both legacy automation systems and todays advanced automation technologies.
Training Menu Course No. CCP422 CCP163 EK-ICM101 EK-ICM121 EK-ICM141 EK-ICM162 EK-ICM165 EK-ICM201 EK-ICM221 EK-ICM261 EK-ICM281 EK-ICM301 RS-RSMACC Description DeviceNet Maintenance and Troubleshooting DeviceNet/RSNetWorx Design and Configuration Introduction to Vibration Technology Dynamic Balancing Emonitor Odyssey/Enshare Basic Using Your Enpac with Emonitor XM System Fundamentals Vibration Analysis I Emonitor Odyssey/Enshare Advanced Vibration Analysis II Time Waveform Analysis Vibration Analysis III RSMACC Installation and Configuration

Repair, Exchange & Renewal Parts

Rockwell Automation provides comprehensive repair services including remanufacturing services for a wide variety Rockwell Automation products, repair services for non-Rockwell Automation products, exchange services for over 12,000 Allen-Bradley catalog products, and renewal parts for many legacy Allen-Bradley products.

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Optional Accessories

Sensors

Rockwell Automation offers a comprehensive range of Sensors for use with both condition monitoring and protection systems. Accelerometers bare the workload in vibration monitoring and data collection processing. Designed for use in a broad range of applications, various types of accelerometers including high frequency, low frequency, high temperature, and specialty sensors offer a variety of frequency ranges and reference sensitivities to provide the best selection for each measurement concern.

9000 Series Accelerometers


9000 series Accelerometers are designed for use in a broad range of applications including high frequency, low frequency and high temperature and offer a variety of frequency ranges and reference sensitivities to provide the best selection for each measurement application. For more information on 9000 series accelerometers, see publication GMSI10-SG001, which is available on the Rockwell Automation web site (http://www.rockwellautomation.com/services/conditionmonitoring/ sensors.html).

2100 Series
The 2100 Series of non-contact pick-ups are designed to meet the stringent requirements of the American Petroleum Institute (API) Standard 670. The sensors are non-contacting eddy-current type transducers that measure the dynamic and/or static displacement of the target relative to the mounting fixture. The system consists of a non-contact pickup probe, oscillator/demodulator (probe driver) and interconnecting cable. These systems are typically used to measure shaft radial and axial vibration, shaft eccentricity, shaft axial position, case expansion, differential expansion and other instances where non-contacting, relative measurements must be made. We also provide a variety of probe holder options. For more information on 2100 series non-contact pickups and probe holder options, see publication ENACC-PP210, which is available of the Rockwell Automation web site (http://www.rockwellautomation.com/services/conditionmonitoring/ sensors.html).

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Power Supplies

The XM series is designed to operate with 24V DC power supplies. The following Allen-Bradley 1606-XLP power supplies are recommended for use with all XM applications. The 1606-XLP series is a general purpose, DIN-rail-mount power supply.
Cat. No. 1606-XLP-30E 1606-XLP-50E 1606-XLP-100E Full Rated Load 1.3A 2.1A 4.2A

Capacity of the power supply must meet or exceed the total maximum load required by the XM system. If the total system power requirement exceeds the 1606-XLP-100E power supply, use multiple powers supplies and connections. Note that the total current draw through the side connector cannot exceed 3A. Maximum loads for each module can be found in the data sheet and User Manual for the specific module. It may be necessary to provide a redundant power source to the XM system for critical applications. All XM modules provide redundant power supply input terminals so if the primary 24V power supply fails, the secondary power supply will automatically be used in its place. For assistance in calculating the power requirements for your XM system, contact your local Rockwell Automation Customer Service.

Cables

Rockwell Automation offers a variety of cables for interfacing industrial vibration sensors to termination and switch boxes, portable data collectors, readout devices, and recording and analysis instruments. For individual product offerings, see publication GSMG10-PL001.

Junction Box

Rockwell Automation offers a 20 terminal junction box to house electrical components and facilitate wiring. For individual product offerings, see publication GMSG10-PL001.

Enclosures

Rockwell Automation offers a broad line of UL approved NEMA enclosures to house and protect your XM system. NEMA enclosures are rated by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and designed for hazardous or non-hazardous locations and indoor or outdoor use.

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Rockwell Automation offers the following enclosure types.


Enclosure Type NEMA 4 Intended Use and Description Indoor or outdoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against windblown dust and rain, splashing water, and hose directed water; undamaged by the formation of ice on the enclosure. Indoor or outdoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against corrosion, windblown dust and rain, splashing water, and hose-directed water; undamaged by the formation of ice on the enclosure. Indoor use primarily to provide a degree of protection against dust, falling dirt, and dripping noncorrosive liquids.

NEMA 4X

NEMA 12

NEMA Type 4X and 12 rated enclosures are available with solid door or polycarbonate window.

For individual product offerings, see publication GMSG10-PL001.

Sensor Adhesives / Mounting Tools

Rockwell Automation offers sensor adhesives and mounting tools to prepare the machinery surfaces for installation of the sensors. For individual product offerings, see publication GMSG10-PL001.

Portable Data Collectors

A portable data collector is capable of performing condition monitoring data collection, analysis, and root cause correction. The Enpac portable data collectors are Windows CE based, high performance, data collectors and signal analyzers. Their comprehensive measurement capability, analysis functions and ease of use make them the perfect tool for a portable predictive maintenance strategy. The Enpac 2500 is an easy to use, cost effective, scalable solution that meets the needs of the novice as well as advanced user. Key attributes include size, easy to read color display, and speed of data collection. The Enpac 2500 is a rugged and reliable instrument with a built in laser tachometer and advanced analysis capabilities such as optional 2-channel functions, 2-plane balancing, and more. For more information on the Enpac 2500, see publication GMSI10-PP03.

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Surveillance Monitoring

The Enwatch is a cost-effective solution for monitoring the condition of the important machines in a plant. It bridges the gap between portable data collectors with manual periodic update capabilities and more expensive continuous monitoring systems. For more information on the Enwatch, see publication GMSI10-PP014.

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Listen. Think. Solve, Allen-Bradley, Emonitor, PanelView, RSBizware Historian, RSBizware PlantMetrics, RSLinx, RSLogix, RSMACC, RSSQL, VersaView and XM are trademarks ofRockwell Automation, Inc. DeviceNet is a trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association (ODVA). Windows is a registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Trademarks not belonging to Rockwell Automation are property of their respective companies.

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