Sim­ple Mea­sure­ment of Com­plex Vi­bra­tions

Dy­naMaster: The mo­bile mea­sure­ment and anal­y­sis sys­tem for trou­bleshoot­ing

The IFTA Dy­naMaster  sys­tem of­fers the per­fect anal­y­sis tool for de­vel­op­ers, main­te­nance per­son­nel and ex­ter­nal ser­vice providers to quick­ly iden­ti­fy crit­i­cal or sub­op­ti­mal plant and ma­chine con­di­tions. The sys­tem al­ready of­fers nu­mer­ous anal­y­sis op­tions dur­ing the vi­bra­tion mea­sure­ment. This makes it a pow­er­ful tool that en­ables you to quick­ly iden­ti­fy er­rors and risks when op­er­at­ing com­bus­tion plants or ro­tat­ing ma­chines.

Dy­naMaster for mo­bile and sta­tion­ary use

The IFTA Dy­naMaster vi­bra­tion mea­sure­ment sys­tem is ideal for mo­bile use. In con­trast to IFTA Ar­gusOMDS, SmartPro­tect and AIC sys­tems it does not pro­vide any pro­tec­tion func­tions. How­ev­er, this pro­tec­tion func­tion­al­i­ty can be added at any time to con­vert the sys­tem into an IFTA pro­tec­tion and mon­i­tor­ing sys­tem IFTA Ar­gusOMDS.

  • Mea­sure­ment
  • Anal­y­sis
  • Mon­i­tor­ing
  • Pro­tec­tion
  • Ideal for mo­bile use, but also for sta­tion­ary in­stal­la­tion
  • Anal­y­sis tool for mea­sur­ing and mon­i­tor­ing
  • Per­fect for de­vel­op­ers, main­te­nance per­son­nel, ex­ter­nal ser­vice providers
  • Flex­i­ble in­puts thanks to AD4Pro

What Makes the Vi­bra­tion Mea­sure­ment Sys­tem Dy­naMaster Unique?

Ad­van­tages of the mea­sure­ment and anal­y­sis sys­tem

  • Ready-to-use mea­sure­ment sys­tem for dy­nam­ic ap­pli­ca­tions with­out own de­vel­op­ment work - ideal for mo­bile use e.g. on test bench­es
  • 24/7 over sev­er­al years record­ing of mea­sure­ment and op­er­at­ing data through in­tel­li­gent ag­gre­ga­tion (glos­sary) and stor­age of com­pressed data
  • In­te­grat­ed anal­y­sis soft­ware IFTA TrendView­er for on­line vi­su­al­iza­tion of mea­sure­ment re­sults with si­mul­ta­ne­ous anal­y­sis op­tion (live anal­y­sis dur­ing mea­sure­ment)
  • Flex­i­ble trig­ger man­age­­ment (in­­tern­al/ex­tern­al source) for stor­ing spe­­cif­ic meas­ure­­ment points
  • Ef­­fi­­cient iden­ti­­fic­a­­tion of ir­reg­u­lar long-term phe­nom­e­na through soph­ist­ic­at­ed long-term data stor­age con­­cepts
  • Au­tonom­ous long-term mon­it­or­ing: In the event of power fail­ure, the sys­tem re­s­tarts au­to­­mat­ic­al­ly and con­t­in­ues to re­­cord data re­li­ably
  • Risk min­im­iz­a­­tion through fast reg­u­la­­tion and in­­ter­ven­­tion be­­fore dam­age oc­curs
  • High­ly flex­i­ble in­­puts cards such as AD4Pro with FleXense tech­nol­o­gy
  • Can be up­grad­ed to the IFTA Ar­gusOMDS sys­tem at any time to pro­tect your sys­tems, e.g. if limit val­ues are ex­ceed­ed

IFTA AD4Pro with FleXense Tech­no­l­o­gy

FleXense Makes Sense

Use every input of your mea­sure­ment sys­tem. Do not worry about wheth­er you have enough ap­pro­pri­ate in­­puts - every input fits every sen­sor: FleXense makes sense - tech­no­lo­g­ic­al­ly and eco­nom­ic­al­ly. The strengths of FleXense can be seen in a typ­ic­al meas­ure­­ment scen­ario. Acous­tic pres­­sure and ac­cel­er­a­­tion sen­sors as well as strain gauges should be used:

    With FleXense:

    High tem­per­at­ure sen­sors, strain gauges and IEPE sen­sors can be con­nec­t­ed dir­ect­ly to the IFTA AD4Pro. The need for ex­tern­al am­p­li­­fi­ers is elim­in­at­ed. This sim­­pli­­fies meas­ure­­ment setup, re­­duces costs and in­­creas­es your pro­­duc­tiv­i­ty.

    4 in­­puts with 6 sig­­nal modes each: FleXense tech­no­l­o­gy sim­­pli­­fies the meas­ure­­ment setup.

    Without FleXense:

    In­stead of the usual IEPE sen­sors piezo­­elec­tric high-tem­per­at­ure sen­sors with ex­tern­al charge am­p­li­­fi­er are used due to the high tem­per­at­ures.

    Strain gauges also re­quire ex­tern­al pre-am­p­li­­fi­ers and bridge res­ist­ors. This res­ults in com­­plex meas­ure­­ment set-ups with many sources for er­rors. Ef­­forts and costs are high.

    Per­fect­ly Matched Com­po­nents in the Dy­naMaster Sys­tem

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