Listed in the state registry of measuring instruments since 2016 and can be supplied with calibration
Simple and user-friendly interface in Russian and English with prompts for the operator helps to avoid errors
Unique built-in algorithms for balancing of quasi-flexible and flexible rotors.
Indication of current angular position of the rotor
Based on a reliable industrial computer running on MS Windows Embedded OS and protected from failures and power surges
Various built-in correction programs, including by structural angles, drilling, milling, grinding, by arc or by sector.
Unbalances calculated using vector influence coefficients.
Control of frequency converter using MODBUS digital protocol.
Acceleration and deceleration times calculated from the moment of inertia of the rotor to be balanced
Digital filtering of signals guarantees accuracy of vibration measurement
Automatic rotor turn to correction position.
Prints out the balancing protocol or saves it to removable media
|Vibration Sensors||Piezo-accelerometers, accelerometers with built-in amplifier, piezoelectric sensors|
|Number of measured vibration displacement channels||1..4 pcs.|
|Measurement range of vibration displacement amplitude||0.1..1000 μm|
|Limits of the permissible relative error of the amplitude measurements||±2%|
|Range of permissible rotor rotational speeds||180..30000 rpm|
|Limits of permissible rotor speed measuring error||± (1 0.0025 n) rpm, where n is the rotor speed|
|Range of detected unbalances||0.05..500 gmm/kg|
|Operating frequency range||3..500 Hz|
|Type of angle sensor (encoder)||TTL 5 V, LIR 158 or similar|
|Sensor Type||MARK-1M, laser|
|Consumed power, no more than||100 W|
|Unit weight||15 kg|
|Power supply||50 Hz, 220 V AC 10% - 15%|
|Mean time between failures||40000 h|
|Average service life||25 years|
|Machine Dimensions (L x W x H)||430 х 125 х 370 mm|