The rugged CSI Wireless Vibration Transmitter is the first device to provide full vibration data over a self-organizing wireless network. It provides rich information about machinery health for both operations and maintenance personnel. While appropriate for most vibration monitoring tasks, it is especially well suited for hard-to-reach locations, such as cooling towers, pumping stations, remote equipment, and hazardous areas. In general, the CSI provides an excellent solution for any application that might otherwise involve extensive engineering, cabling, or installation costs.
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Pressure transmitter with profibus pa protocol pages. Scalable pressure, flow, and level solution with hart protocol pages. Page 2 The product described in this document are NOT designed for nuclear-qualified applications. Using a non-nuclear qualified product in applications that require nuclear-qualified hardware or products may cause inaccurate readings. Patents pending. Other foreign patents pending. The Emerson logo is a trademark and servicemark of Emerson Electric Co.
All other marks are the property of their respective owners. Page 5: Table Of Contents Right-click menu Page 6 Contents Chapter 4 Operation and maintenance Page 7: Chapter 1 Introduction High voltage that may be present on leads can cause electrical shock. Operation is subject to the following conditions: This device may not cause harmful interference, this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Field device This is the major revision of the transmitter and corresponds with a major interface release.
Page Considerations Make sure the instruments are installed in accordance with applicable field wiring practices. The CSI device is powered whenever the power module is installed.
To avoid depleting the power module, remove it when the device is not in use. You do not need to physically install or connect to the transmitter to complete the configuration. The transmitter, however, reports an alert until the sensor is connected; By default, units are set to English, unless the device is shipped to Japan. Specify which measurements velocity, temperature, etc.
This is to define device credentials that allow the device to communicate on your wireless network. You can also define other device configurations such as sensor type and alert thresholds at this time.
Page 16 Press Send to send configuration changes to the transmitter. If the device is unable to enter the HART Listen mode during its boot sequence or while performing its real-time vibration measurement, retry the initial wired HART handshaking sequence.
MHM, Rev Page Configuration Options Configuration 2. Page Sensor Configuration Configuration 2. Table shows the possible sensor configurations and variable mappings. Table Possible sensor configurations and variable mappings Page Measurement Parameter Units 2. Each measured value has three levels: Advisory, Maintenance, and Failed that can be set independently. These thresholds are pre-configured at the factory to reasonable generic values for single-stage, electric motor-driven equipment trains operating at — RPM.
Page Publishing Mode 2. Optimized mode uses less power by combining a large amount of information into a single command. Page Minimize Power Consumption This is ideal when either power module life is more critical than the acquisition rate or when changes in vibration are only expected to occur over extended periods of time.
When this value is set to 1X, the CSI acquires a new reading at the update rate. A PowerSave Skip Multiplier of 2X combined with a minute update rate results in a new acquisition every minutes every two hours. Page Right-Click Menu 2. This document only discusses the Overview, Configure, and Service Tools windows; Page 42 Configuration Overview Figure Overview window The Overview window provides a glimpse of the status of the CSI , including the primary purpose variables associated with it.
Figure Device Information window Click the Identification tab to display the device tag, long tag, device type, serial number, identifier, and description. Click the Revisions tab to display the universal, field device, software, hardware, and DD revision numbers.
Page 44 Configuration Configure Sensors From the Overview window, click Configure Sensors to display installed sensors and current sensor configurations. Figure Sensor Configuration window Click the Select Sensor Configuration drop-down to select a sensor configuration to apply to the installed sensors. Page 45 Configuration Join Device to Network From the Overview window, click Join Device to Network to enter network identifiers and join keys that will enable the transmitter to join a wireless network.
This also displays supply voltage and ambient temperature information for the transmitter. Page 47 Configuration Configure Figure Configure window The Configure window lets you configure device settings.
Important To be able to edit configuration settings, select Current in the Time drop-down menu at the bottom of the screen. Guided Setup Guided Setup lets you configure device settings in a guided step-by-step process. Click Configure Sensors to display or configure installed sensors. Page 49 Configuration Click Configure Update Rate to set how often the device acquires and reports new measurements update rate and to specify the number of times the transmitter skips data acquisitions between updates to the gateway PowerSave Skip Multiplier.
Click Default Burst Configuration to reset the burst configuration to default values. Page 51 Configuration Click the Mapping tab to specify which measurements are reported as the Primary, Secondary, Third, and Fourth variables.
Page 52 Configuration Click the Device Information tab to display the device tag, long tag, device type, serial number, device identifier, and description, and to display the universal, field device, software, hardware, and DD revision numbers. Page 53 Configuration Click the License tab to display installed licensable features such as the Advanced Diagnostics application.
These include hardware and software malfunctions or parameters with values beyond specifications. Alerts Click Alerts to display active alerts for the device. Page 56 Configuration Variables Click Variables to display graphical gauges of sensor and device variables. Figure Variables Click the Mapped Variables tab to display graphical gauges of variables and their mappings.
Click the Sensor Variables tab to display graphical gauges of the variables for each connected sensor. Figure Trends Note The trend plots begin when Trends is selected, and continue to build as long as this remains selected. Page 58 Configuration Spectra Click Spectra to display spectral and analysis parameter data and to configure spectral data acquisition settings.
Note You must have the Advanced Diagnostics application license to view this feature. For more information on the Advanced Diagnostics application, see Section 2. Page 61 Configuration Click the Energy Bands tab to display calculated energy band values. Page 62 Configuration Communications Click Communications to display network join status information.
Figure Communications Click the Join Mode drop-down to select when the transmitter attempts to join a network. Page 63 Configuration Maintenance Click Maintenance to manage the device maintenance and log settings. This helps new devices join the network faster. This will cause an alert in the DCS due to the mismatch. The configuration may even be overwritten by the DCS, which can cause confusion. The spectrum is about half as much data to transmit as a waveform.
If you need the waveform, the spectrum does not have to be transmitted because the software calculates the spectrum from the stored waveform. Page 66 Machinery Manager Help. There is no need to walk to the device or remove it from the field. Page 67 If you have an older device revision, a factory upgrade may be possible in some cases. Contact Product Support for more information. Right-click the CSI device and select Configure.
From the Configure window, select Current from the Time drop-down menu. The hazardous area rating available with the CSI does not permit either of the following operations to be performed in a hazardous area. Page 70 Waveform time-based or alert-based Spectrum or Waveform on-demand You can determine if a device has consumed all of its credits by viewing the CSI device status.
The update rate is typically once every 60 minutes. HH:MM 1. Page Chapter 3 Setup Note When selecting the power supply, note that each CSI has a peak current draw of 40 mA when awake and powering sensors.
Pull the wiring through the threaded conduit entry. The CSI provides the necessary bias and measures it to verify correct sensor operation. The nominal bias voltage is 2. If the bias voltage is outside of the 2—3 V range, the device generates a failed alert for the associated sensor. Permanent signal degradation takes place when cables are damaged. Do not step on, kink, twist, or pinch cables. Page Prepare The Sensor Mount Using a wire brush and plant-approved cleaner, clean and degrease the surface area.
Place a light coat of epoxy on the surface of the mounting pad and hold firmly against the machine spot face surface for 1 minute. The mounting pad is only necessary when doing an epoxy mount.
AMS 9420 Wireless Vibration Transmitter
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Emerson CSI 9420 Reference Manual
September 23, - Emerson Process Management expanded the capabilities of its CSI Wireless Vibration Transmitter to deliver more detailed information for machinery analysis. In addition to sending operators direct alerts on high vibration caused by faults like cavitation or bearing defects, the CSI can now also use Emerson's reliable Smart Wireless network to send high resolution spectra to vibration experts for detailed diagnosis of machinery issues. The CSI connects quickly, easily, and economically to any machine. Its wireless capabilities are especially beneficial for equipment that is in remote or hard-to-reach locations, is inadequately monitored, and needs more visibility to operations and maintenance personnel.