Condition Monitoring Solution

The VibroLine devices are stationary vibration analyzers for continuous condition monitoring of machines and systems. With the VibroLine condition monitoring system, vibration acceleration, vibration velocity or vibration displacement can be monitored with freely adjustable frequency filtering for various applications. Permanent vibration monitoring of your machines not only brings competitive advantages due to the increased efficiency of your systems, but also protects against unwanted machine failures. With the VibroLine devices you can monitor not only the overall, order and bearing characteristic values, but also the shock characteristic values. This offers you an enormous flexibility in monitoring parameters for your condition monitoring.

In addition to reacting in good time, you can also see at a glance for which machines maintenance actions should be initiated in order to prevent unplanned production downtimes.

The devices are designed for montage on mounting rails (DIN rail TS35). The electrical contact is made conveniently via plug-in terminals. Colour gradation and mechanical coding protect against mix-ups. The VibroLine devices are supplied with 24V DC, which is standard for control cabinets.

Most important data:

  • Number of channels 1, 2, 4, 6 or 8
  • Frequency range from 0.1 ... 40000 Hz
  • 96 kHz, 24Bit digitization per channel
  • Signal amplification per channel selectable
  • 3 digital outputs + changeover relay
  • 1 input for speed signal
  • one analog output per measuring channel (4-20 mA)
  • Response time 12 ... 20 ms, for surge characteristic values already in 0.7 ms.
  • Optical signalling of the machine status via evaluation zones according to DIN ISO 20816 with coloured LEDs.

Applications for VibroLine are:

  • Vibration monitoring on rotating machines according to DIN ISO 20816
  • Unbalance monitoring
  • Rolling bearing monitoring (BCC)
  • Shock and scratch detection
  • Crash detection for machine tools with reaction times < 0.7ms
  • Automated quality assurance