Condition-based maintenance now becomes reality!
The SIHIdetect sensor is the ideal solution for vibration velocity measuring and for pump condition monitoring for example to detect bearing wear, unbalance, misalignment, unacceptable pipeline forces, cavitation, exceeding of max flow rate, etc.
The SIHIdetect sensor is suitable for all kinds of liquid and vacuum pumps.
- Simple to connect
- Universal use
- Visual check via LED display
- Easy Installation
- Also available as non Ex version
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You will find the main benefits of online condition monitoring with the SIHIdetect sensor. Furthermore from simple installation to practical examples of detecting misalignment, cavitation, bearing wear and unbalance is included.
- Output of vibration velocity (RMS 10Hz–1kHz, 0 - 20 mm/s) according DIN/ISO 10816, 5199, 9905
- Condition monitoring up to 5.6 kHz (normal / unacceptable operation mode)
- 4 ... 20 mA interface
- Installation up to 160 °C surface temperature by use of cooling elements
- LED display green, yellow and red
- Digital communication through FSK* modem (HART® compatible) for further information and for use of the
- EDD for Siemens SIMATIC PDM and Emerson AMS**
- DTM driver for FDT frame applications (PACTware, FieldCare, SMART VISION, etc.)**
- Integrated error memory
- Simple mounting at the pump
- Requires no experience of vibration analysis technology
- Suitable for installation in hazardous areas (up to zone 1)
* FSK Frequency Shift Keying ** Optional extra
|- Construction:||Polyamide PA6, fibre - glass reinforced, protection class IP66 (EN 60529)|
|- Connection:||2 x 2.5 mm² terminal block|
|- Dimension:||79 mm x 42 mm x 53 mm|
|- Ambiente temperature:||- 40 °C to + 80 °C|
|- Power loop:||4 ... 20 mA; 11 ... 30 VDC|
|- Ex protection type (potional):||Ex II 2G Ex ia IIC T4 - TÜV 07 ATEX 553845|
|- Simple installation at the|
bearing bracket or volute casing.
Sensor can also be bonded using
a glue adapter.
|- Electrical connection|
|- Simple calibration by pushing|
RMS vibration velocity