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Part No. 100875-01


Revision B, January 1993

2201
Monitoring System

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE


MANUAL

BENTLY~

NEVADAV

Copyright Bently Nevada Corporation 1992


All Rights Reserved
No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored In a retrieval system or translated Into any
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manual, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the copyright owner,

Bently Nevada Corporation


P.O. Box 157
Minden, Nevada 89423 USA
Telephone 800-227-5514 702-782-3611
Telex 354437
Telemail 7400983 BNC UC
Fax 702-782-9253

Copyright infringement is a serious matter under


United States of America and foreign copyright laws.

The 2201 Monitoring System Is designed for use In an Allen-Bradley 1771 1/ 0 rack. This product Is licensed
under patents and oroprietary technology of Allen-Bradley Company Inc. Bently Nevada Corporation will provide
service for the 2201 Monitoring System.
Keyphaso~. Proximito~. Selsmoprobee, and Velomltore are registered trademarks of Bently Nevada Corporation.
Other brand and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders.

2201 Monitoring System

Foreword
This manual is for persons who Install and operate the 2201
Monitoring System. It describes the features of the 2201
Monitoring System, shows how to Install the 2201 Monitoring
System in an Allen-Bradley 1771 rack, and tells how to program
the Allen-Bradley programmable logic controller (PLC) to
communicate with the system. The manual assumes that you
know how to program and operate the PLC and have all
relevant PLC documentation ready for reference. In particular,
you must fully understand how to use block transfers.

Structure of the Manual


Section 1 describes the components and features of the 2201
Monitoring System.
Sections 2 through 4 show how to prepare to operate the
system by completing the following tasks:
Set the programmable options of the System Monitor and
Four Channel Monitors.
Install the 2201 Monitoring System In an Allen-Bradley 1771
rack
Configure the system
Section 5, System Operation, describes what the status
Indicators on the System Monitor and the Four Channel
Monitors mean.
Sections 6 through 8 show how to view the status of the
system and troubleshoot problems with the System Monitor
and Four Channel Monitors.
Section 9 describes the system specifications.
Appendix A lists the full data format of the block transfer reads
and writes used with the 2201 Monitoring System.
Appendix B details the interface cable required to run the
TestVU software.

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Appendix C gives a simple example of a PLC ladder logic


program.

Safety Notices
Bently Nevada Corporation has attempted to identify areas of
risk created by improper installation and/or operation of this
product. These areas of information are noted as WARNING
or CAUTION for your protection and for the safe and effective
operation of the product. Read all instructions before installing
or operating the product. Pay particular attention to those
areas designated by notices that look like this:

CAUTION
Improper rack operation may occur.
Power down rack when installing or removing a
monitor.
Other important information is contained in notes that look like
this:

IB" Note
When the channel is configured for integration, be sure to
enable the high pass filter.

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Contents
1 System Description
1.1 Monitor Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
1.2 Programmable Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
1.3 Features and Functions of the 2201 Monitoring
System . .. . . ..... . .. . ...... .. . .. ..... 1-5
1.3.1 Types of Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
1.3.2 Signal Conditioning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-5
1.3.3 Alarms and Alarm Setpolnts . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
1.3.4 Buffered Outputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
1.3.5 OK Circuitry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
1.3.6 Self Tests . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7

2 Setting Programmable Options


2.1 System Monitor Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
2.2 System. Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-2
2.3 Four Channel Monitor Programming . . . . . . . . . 2-3

3 Installing the System


3.1 Checking The Power Supply Requirements . . . . . 3-2
3.2 Checking that Other Modules In the Rack are
Compatible with the 2201 System . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
3.3 Installing the 2201 Monitoring System Backplane 3-3
3.3.1 Mounting a Backplane on a Type 1 PLC . 3-3
3.3.2 Mounting a Backplane on a Type 2 PLC . 3-5
3.3.3 Attaching the 2201 Backplane to the
Retention Plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
3.4 Installing the System Monitor and the Four Channel
Monitors . .... . . . . . .................... 3-7
3.5
Connecting the Inputs from Vibration and
Keyphaso,. Transducers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
3.5.1 Wiring Vibration Transducers ...... .. . 3-7
3.5.2 Wiring Keyphaso,. Transducers . . ...... 3-7
3.5.3 Important Earthing Guidelines . . . . . . . . . 3-8

2201 Monitoring System

4 Configuring the System


4.1 Methods for Configuring the System .......... 4-1
4.1 .1 Default Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
4.1 .2 Using the PLC Software to Configure Block
Transfer Writes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
4.1.3 Using the Configuration Software and a PC 4-3
4.2 List of Configuration Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
4.2.1 Monitor Address, Self Test ........... 4-3
4.2.2 Over Setpoints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
4.2.3 Voltage of Probe at Zero Thrust Position
(Zero Voltage) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
4.2.4 Scale Factor, Frequency Response, Turn
Channel Off, External Barriers . . . . . . . . . 4-8
4.2.5 Alarm Time Delay, Full Scale Range .... 4-11
4.2.6 Low Pass Filters, Buffered Transducer Output,
Thrust Direction, Integrator Position, Timed
OK/Channel Defeat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
4.2.7 High Pass Filtering, Transducer Type . . . 4-18
4.2.8 Thrust Position Under Setpoints . . . . . . . 4-22

5 Operating the System


5.1 Status Indicators on the System Monitor . . . . . . . 5-1

5.2 Status Indicators on the Four Channel Monitors . 5-2

6 System Status

6.1 System Status Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-1

6.2 System Monitor Voltage Node Errors . . . . . . . . . 6-4


6.3 Four Channel Monitor Voltage Node and SPi
Errors ............................... . . 6-5
6.4 Channel Current Value, OK, Danger and Alert . . . 6-6
6.5 Channel Gap Voltage and Error Codes . . . . . . . . 6-9

7 System Discrete Alarm Data


7.1 PLC Two Slot Addressing .................. 7-1
7.2 PLC One Slot and Half Slot Addressing ....... 7-2

8 Specifications

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Appendices
A Block Transfer Write Data Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
A Block Transfer Read Data Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-4
B TestVU Interface Cable .. .... ..... ..... .. . .. 8-1
B.1
9 Way RS-232 Cable Assembly . . . . . . . . B-1
B.2
25 Way A$-232 Cable Assembly.... .. . 8-3
C A PLC ladder logic Program Example .. .. . . ... . C-'1

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1 System Description

System Description
The 2201 Monitoring System is a machinery monitoring
system designed by Bently Nevada to operate in an AllenBradley 1n1 rack and interface to an Allen-Bradley PLC
either directly (in local chassis) or indirectly through a remote
VO adaptor (in remote chassis). This figure shows a diagram
of the system.

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1 System Description

2201 Monitoring System

The system is regarded as an intelligent 1/0 module by the


PLC and uses +5 volt power provided by a Allen Bradley
Supply. The communication interface between the PLC and
the system is controlled by the PLC and is done by means of
block transfers of data (read and write) and single data
transfers (read only). Each system consists of a System
Monitor, from one to six Four Channel Monitors, and a
backplane. A Four Channel Monitor is a universal element
that has four general purpose monitoring channels. Each
channel can be configured via the PLC to monitor trust,
radial vibration, velocity, and acceleration and can provide
two levels of alarm. (The function of individual channels in a
Four Channel Monitor depend on which option you choose.
See Section 1.1). This figure summarizes some of the
features of the System Monitor and the Four Channel
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1 System Description

Software called TestVU is available to help you troubleshoot


your system. The software runs on an IBM PC or compatible
machine and displays current values, alarm setpoints, system
and channel configurations, and various other data. If faults
develop In the 2201 Monitoring System, TestVU details the
nature of the fault and explains how to solve lt. TestVU
also lets you store data on a disk or print It as a text file.
Although TestVU provides detailed Information about the
system operation, It does not play any role in the actual
monitoring and the 2201 system could operate without lt.
Configuration Software is also available to help you configure
the 2201 system. This software runs on an IBM compatible
PC and lets you display current channel data and configure
the system. Both programs are Included with the 2201
software.

1.1 Monitor Options


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Part Number: 2201/02 - CIJ

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1 System Description

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Part Number: 2201 /03 - CD

A o:J Type of Four Channel Monitor

01 Proximitor transducer input on all four channels


02 Channels 1 and 2 accept Proximitor inputs.
Channels 3 and 4 accept all transducer types and
allow integration and signal pro~essing {filtering,
RMS, peak to peak, and zero to peak).
03 All channels accept all transducer types and allow
filtering, RMS, peak to peak, and zero to peak
signal processing. Integration is not allowed.
A

Part Number: 2201/04 - CD

A OJ Configuration and TestVU Software


01 5.25 inch diskettes
02 3.5 inch diskettes

1.2 Programmable Options


The 2201 Monitoring System includes the following options
that are set by installing or removing plug-in jumpers. The
solid squares indicate default options as shipped from the
factory. Section 2 explains how to set these options.

PLC Addressing Mode


0 Two-slot, single density
One-slot, double density/ Half-slot, quad density

Transducer Option
Proximitor with no filters

0 Proximitor with filters


0 Bently Nevada 47633 velocity transducer
0 Bently Nevada 9200 velocity transducer or Bell & Howell
CEC4-126

0 Bently Nevada High Temperature Velomitor transducer


0 Bently Nevada Velomitor transducer
0 Accelerometer

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1 System Description

1.3 Features and Functions of the 2201 Monitoring


System
The 2201 Monitoring System can have up to 24 channels of
monitoring by installing up to six Four Channel Monitors and
connecting appropriate displacement (proximity) and/or
seismic (velocity/ Velomitore, and accelerometer)
transducers to their inputs.
The 2201 System Monitor also provides for two Keyphasore
transducers. These inputs are not monitored by the 2201
System but are provided for use by external diagnostic
instruments.

1.3.1

Types of Monitoring
The system can monitor thrust, radial vibration, velocity, and
acceleration.
THRUST is the average position, or change in position, of a
rotor in the axial direction with respect to some fixed
reference. Normal thrust direction can be towards or away
from the probe face.
RADIAL VIBRATION is dynamic motion of the shaft in a
direction perpendicular to the shaft centerline.
VELOCITY is measured by a mechanically activated velocity
transducer or a Velomitore and is used to evaluate the
response of the machif!e housing and other structures.
ACCELERATION is measured with piezoelectric
accelerometers and is typically used to evaluate the high
frequency response of the machine casing or bearing
housing.

1.3.2

Signal Conditioning
You can condition the signals in the 2201 Monitoring System
by setting high and low pass filters, integration, and signal
detection for RMS or peak.
FILTEAS are available on channels 3 and 4 of 2201/03-02
and all channels of 2201/03-03 except when the channel is
configured for thrust position monitoring. The filters can be

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2201 Monitoring System

1 System Description

low pass and/or high pass to pass or reject a specific


frequency band of a signal. All filter characteristics are four
pole Butterworth except channels one and two of the
2201/03-03 monitor. These channels have two pole
Butterworth filter characteristics. The corner frequency of
these filters can be selected from a wide choice of available
frequencies and are programmed using the PLC block
transfer write.

INTEGRATOR circuits electronically integrate the signals


from seismic transducers and convert acceleration signals to
velocity or velocity signals to displacement. Attempting to
integrate signals from displacement transducers causes a
configuration error.
RMS SIGNAL LEVEL is a measure of the energy contained
in the transducer signal. Unlike a peak to peak
measurement, an RMS measurement can mask low energy
signal transients that may indicate the condition of a
machine. RMS detection is only used to measure velocity or
acceleration.
PEAK SIGNAL LEVEL is a measure of the absolute value of
the peak of the signal measured from the average signal
level.
PEAK TO PEAK SIGNAL LEVEL is the difference between
the most positive and negative values of a signal.

GAP VOLTAGE is the value of the negative de output signal


of a proximity probe that is proportional to the distance
between the face of the probe tip and the observed surface.

1.3.3

Alarms and Alarm Setpoints


ALARM SETPOINTS in the 2201 system are set by block
transfer writes from the PLC. Thrust channels have four
alarms: two for under alarms and two for over alarms. Other
channels have two alarms: Alert and Danger.
ALARM TIME DELAY is the minimum time a signal must
continuously exceed an alarm setpoint before the alarm is
set.

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2201 Monitoring System

1 System Description

1.3.4

Buffered Outputs
BUFFERED OUTPUTS of all transducer input signals are
available at the front panel coaxial connectors. These
connectors may be used to connect external diagnostic
equipment. With displacement transducers, the buffered
signal always goes directly to the connector. With seismic
transducers, the buffered signal can either go directly to the
connector (direct) or through the Integrator and/or filter
circuits and then to the connector (conditioned). Some
restrictions apply to conditm
oned buffered signals. (See
Section 4.2.6).
KEYPHASORS the system monitor accepts up to two
Keyphaso,. transducer inputs. These signals are buffered
and available at two co-axial connectors on the front of the
System Monitor to connect to external diagnostic equipment

1.3.5

OK Circuitry
CHANNEL OK indicates that the channel has passed all
system, monitor, and channel self tests and that it is correctly
configured. OK also indicates that the transducer input
signal is within the upper and lower OK voltage limits.
TIMED OK/CHANNEL DEFEAT prevents faults in transducer
wiring and certain types of transducer faults from causing
spurious alarms. When Timed OK/Channel Defeat is
enabled, the transducer must be OK for 30 seconds
following a not OK condition before monitoring Is resumed.
This option will defeat alarms when the channel is not OK

1.3.6

Self Tests
SELF TEST - the monitor has three levels of self test:
Power-up, Cyclic, and Self Test with Calibration.
Power-up self test is performed automatically upon powerup and detects hardware problems in the 2201 System.
Cyclic self test is performed continuously during monitor
operation. If the test finds an error it will disable one
channel, the Four Channel Monitor, the System Monitor,
or the entire 2201 system depending on the severity of the
error.

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1 System Description

2201 Monitoring System

Self Test with Calibration is performed when either of the


following is used to configure the 2201 System: a full
block transfer write, or a short block transfer write with
Word 0, Self Test Enable bit, set to one. This self test
detects incorrect configuration and hardware problems.
This test also calibrates the system and can take up to
two minutes to complete depending on the number and
type of Four Channel Monitors in the system. If no
configuration is received within 60 seconds of power up,
the 2201 system will load a internal default configuration.
This will cause a Self Test with Calibration. (See Section 4
for a description of the system configuration.)

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2201 Monitoring System

2 Setting Programmable Options

Setting Programmable Options

2.1 System Monitor Disassembly


CAUTION
The 2201 Monitoring System contains electrostatic
sensitive devices. Personnel should be grounded prior
to monitor disassembly.
Failure to use proper handling procedures for
electrostatic sensitive devices can cause equipment
damage or degradation of performance.
Loosen the four captive retaining screws and pull the two
monitor sides apart.
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2201 Monitoring System

2 Setting Programmable Options

2.2 System Monitor


The System Monitor contains a main and a plug-in board.
The System Monitor plug-in board has a user-programmable
option which must be set to correspond to the PLC slot
addressing mode. Change this option by disassembling the
System Monitor (as shown on the previous page) and
removing or installing jumper W1 on the plug-in printed
circuit board.

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Table 2.1
Option Settings on System Monitor
PLC ADDRESSING MODE

2-2

JUMPER
INSTALL

REMOVE

Two Slot Addressing - Single Density

W1

One Slot Addressing - Double density

W1

Half Slot Addressing - Quad Density

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2 Setting Programmable Options

2.3 Four Channel Monitor Programming


A 2201/03 - 02 monitor has a Two Channel Seismic plug-in
board that lets you connect two seismic transducers to
channels 3 and 4 for integration and RMS conversion and
filter signals from two seismic or radial vibration transducers.
A 2201/03-03 monitor has a Four Channel Seismic board
that lets you connect four seismic transducers and filter the
signal from four seismic or radial vibration transducer inputs.
Each seismic board has several user-programmable options
which can be set without disassembling the monitor. Change
the options by removing and Installing jumpers on the
bottom edge of the seismic printed circuit boards.

Jumper Locations
Two-channel Seismic Board
*Option setting as shipped from the factory.

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2 Setting Programmable Options

Table 2.2
Option Settings on Two Channel Seismic Board
TRANSDUCER OPTION

CHANNEL

INSTALL

JUMPER
REMOVE

'*

3
4

W1
W10

W4-W7
W13-W16

Proximitor, With Filters

3
4

W7
W16

W1,W4-W6
W1 O,W13-W15

Velocity, BNC 47633

3
4

W5
W14

W1,W4,W6,W7
W1 O,W13,W15,W16

Velocity, BNC 9200 or


Bell & Howell CEC4-126

3
4

W6
W15

W1,W4,W5,W7
W1 O,W13,W14,W16

BNC Velomitor

3
4

W4
W13

W1,W5-W7
W1 O,W14-W16

Accelerometer

3
4

W7
W16

W1,W4-W6
W1 O,W13-W15

Proximitor, No Filters

*Option setting as shipped from the factory.

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2 Setting Programmable Options

Table 2.3
Option Settings on Four Channel Seismic Board
TRANSDUCER OPTION
Proximito~.

CHANNEL

INSTALL

JUMPER
REMOVE

W2A
W1A
W4A
W3A

W2BE
W1BE
W48-E
W3B-E

Proximitor, With Filters/


Accelerometer

1
2
3
4

W2E
W1E
W4E
W3E

W2AD
W1A-D
W4A-D
W3A-D

Velocity, BNC 47633,

1
2
3
4

W2C
W1C
W4C
W3C

W2A,B,O,E
W1A,B,D,E
W4A,B,O,E
W3A,B,D,E

Velocity, BNC 9200/


Bell & Howell CEC4-126

1
2
3
4

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W10
W40
W30

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W1AC,E
W4A-C,E
W3AC,E

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1
2
3
4

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W18
W48
W38

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W1A,C-E
W4A,C-E
W3A,C-E

No Filters

1
2
3

*Option setting as shipped from the factory.

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3 Installing the System

2?.31 Monitoring System

Installing the System

CAUTION
Remove power from the 1771 1/0 chassis before
installing or removing any part of the 2201 ~onitoring
System.
Failure to remove power from the chassis will cause
equipment damage or degradation of performance.

CAUTION
Using more than two High Frequency accelerometers
with a Four Channel Monitor may cause the monitor to
fail because of excessive transducer supply
requirements.
Connect no more than two accelerometers to a single
Four Channel Monitor.
Use this approach to install a 2201 Monitoring System in an
Allen-Bradley 1771 Rack:

Check the Power Supply Requirements


Check that Other Modules in the Rack are Compatible
with the 2201 System
Install the 2201 Monitoring System Backplane
Install the System Monitor and the Four-Channel Monitors
Ground the System
Connect the Inputs from transducers

3-1

3 Installing the System

2201 Monitoring System

3.1 Checking The Power Supply Requirements


Before you install the 2201 Monitoring System, be sure that
the Allen-Bradley chassis has sufficient power for the
monitoring system and other modules in the chassis. To
calculate the chassis power supply requirement, use the
following table to work out the monitoring system power
requirement and add it to total power requirement of the
other modules installed in the chassis.

SYSTEM
ELEMENT

PART NUMBER

DESCRIPTION

CURRENT
FROM PLC +SV
SUPPLY (A)

System Monitor

2201/02-01

System Monitor

1.0

Four Channel
Monifor

2201/03-01

Displacement
inputs

0.7

Four Channel
Monitor

2201/03-02

One or two
seismic inputs

1.0

Four Channel
Monitor

2201/03-03

One to four
seismic inputs

1.3

3.2 Checking that Other Modules in the Rack are


Compatible with the 2201 System
Take the following precautions to ensure that the 2201
System will operate properly with other modules in the AllenBradley 1n1 rack:
When using PLC 2-slot addressing, the 2201 Monitoring
system must begin in the left hand slot (slot 0) of any
group in the rack.
Since the inputs to the monitoring system are low voltage
analogue signals, locate the 2201 Monitoring System
away from AC modules or high voltage DC modules
wherever possible to minimize the effects of radiated
electrical noise.
Connect the 2201 system to a single earth point. Read
the important earthing guidelines at the end of this section

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2201 Monitoring Sys1em

3 lns1alling the Sys1em

very carefully before attempting to operate the Monitoring


System.

3.3 Installing the 2201 Monitoring System Backplane


The 2201 Monitoring System has its own backplane that
mounts inside the PLC chassis in front of the PLC
backplane. The System Monitor and all the Four Channel
Monitors connect to both of these backplanes. The
monitoring system uses the monitoring backplane to
communicate data between the System Monitor and the Four
Channel Monitors.
The monitoring backplane is mounted on one or more
backplane retention plates. Mount these plates between two
adjacent PLC backplane connectors by using one of the
following procedures. The procedure to use depends on
the connector used on your PLC backplane. If one
procedure does not work, use the other one.

3.3.1

Mounting a Backplane on a Type 1 PLC

Step 1-Piace the retention plate


over the PLC connectors as
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the adjacent PLC connectors.
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until the monitoring backplane is
installed and its screws are
tightened to the plate.

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2201 Monitoring System

3.3.2

Mounting a Backplane on a Type 2 PLC

Step 1-Piace the plate over the


PLC connectors so that the
threaded inserts of the plate
face you, the fingers are on the
left hand side, and the notch is
resting on the PLC lower
connector.
Step 2-Lower the top end of the
plate and push it under the PLC
upper connectors.
Step 3-Siide the bottom end of
the plate under the PLC lower
connectors until the notch
touches the lower connector on
the PLC.

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3.3.3

Attaching the 2201 Backplane to the


Retention Plates
The 2201 backplane is firmly retained on the retention plates
when the screws are tightened to the plates. The 2201 system
backplane comes in 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 position versions. The
System Monitor occupies the left position and the Four Channel
Monitors occupy the other positions. You need to install one
retention plate for each Four Channel Monitor In your
monitoring backplane. This figure shows the retention plates
and backplane for a four position 2201 Monitoring System.

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3.4 Installing the System Monitor and the Four


Channel Monitors
The System Monitor has a full-length connector and can only
be plugged into the left-most position of the monitoring system
backplane. The sy.stem will not operate without a System
Monitor. Make sure the System Monitor is correctly located in
the card guides and that it is securely inserted into the
backplane connectors. Snap the chassis latch over the top of
the module to secure it.
Four Channel Monitors have half-length connectors and can be
located in any position in the monitoring system backplane
except the left-most position which is reserved for the System
Monitor. Make sure the monitor is correctly located in the card
guides and that it is securely inserted into the backplane
connector. Snap the chassis latch over the top of the monitor
to secure it.

3.5 Connecting the Inputs from Vibration and


Keyphasor Transducers
This section shows how to connect transducers to the 2201
Monitoring System with or without zener barriers and lists some
important guidelines for grounding the system.

3.5.1

Wiring Vibration Transducers


Each Four Channel Monitor comes with a wiring connector for
connecting four transducers (displacement and/or seismic) to
the monitor. The two figures on page 3-9 show the
connections for three different transducers with and without
zener safety barriers. Notice that on both these figures the
fourth channel is not used.

3.5.2

Wiring Keyphasor Transducers


Two Keyphasor transducers can also be connected to the
System Monitor. They are buffered internally and brought out at
the coaxial connectors on the front of the System Monitor. The
two figures on page 3-1 0 show how to connect Keyphasor
transducers to the System Monitor with and without safety
zener barriers.

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3.5.3

Important Earthing Guidelines

LL

WARNING

Failure to follow these earthing guidelines could result In


the 2201 system to float without reference. This may
cause high voltage to be present which can cause shock,
burns, or death.
Since the 2201 Monitoring System is NOT earthed internally, it
must be terminated to an external earth ground. The System
Monitor, all Four Channel Monitors, and all field wiring shields
must be individually connected to a single earth point. The
cable used to connect the System Monitor and all Four Channel
Monitors to the earth point must be a wide, flat, braided wire or
a stranded cable with a large cross sectional area . The single
earth point could be Allen-Bradley chassis, safety zener barrier
earth rail, or other suitable point such as cabinet earthing point.

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3 Installing the System

Notes on Wiring and Installation


1. Wiring recommendations:
Solid or stranded cables, shielded with insulating sheath
should be used. Cross sectional area and number of wires
in the cable depend on transducer type used:
Type of Channel

&
&

8
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Recommended Wire
No. wires

AWG

mm2

Acceleration and
vibration

14 to 18

0.8 to 2

Thrust

18 to 22

0.32 to 0.8

Velocity

18 to 22

0.32 to 0.8

Shields are joined as shown, terminating at safety zener


barrier ground. Shields should be insulated.
Use MTL safety barrier.
Safety zener barriers are mounted on the barrier rail. The
barrier rail is the system ground and is used to terminate
the potential equalization bus. The total earth loop
impedance must not exceed 1 ohm.

Maximum total cable length between the monitor and the


transducer must not exceed 1000 feet (305 meters).

& The interface module case must be electrically isolated


from earth ground. The electrical isolation must be 500
Vac minimum. Bently Nevada isolation kit, part number
1909401, may be used to satisfy the isolation
requirement.

&

Unless 3300 Proximitors are used, the Proximito~ case


must be electrically isolated from earth ground. The
electrical isolation must be 500 Vac minimum. Isolation
kit, part number 1909401, may be used to satisfy the
isolation requirement.

8. Safety zener barriers located in division 2 or zone 2


hazardous areas must be installed in NEMA 4 or IP 54, or
otherwise approved protective housing.

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2201 Monitoring System

2201 Monitoring System

4 Configuring the System

Configuring the System


Before the 2201 Monitoring System can operate properly,
you need to define the components of the monitoring system
and set certain options by using a process called
configuration. This section shows how to configure the 2201
System by describing the two methods for configuring the
system and then listing all the parameters to be configured.

4.1 Methods for Configuring the System


We recommended that you use Bently Nevada Configuration
Software (part number 2201/04-01 or -02) to build the data
table for the 2201 system. If you use this software, use the
information in this section of the manual as a reference and
configure the system in English rather than binary terms.
This software is provided with the System Monitor or may be
ordered separately.
The second method for configuring the 2201 Monitoring
System is using the PLC software to prepare up to 29 16-bit
words of digital data for each Four Channel Monitor. The
System Monitor uses this data to set options. If you use this
method, use the information in this section to determine the
function of the bits in these data tables.

Following system configuration it is recommended that


T estVU Software is used to make a record of the current
configuration. TestVU Software will prepare both printed
reports and disk files recording the system configuration.
Both methods of configuration involve writing the PLC ladder
logic program to control the sending of the Block Transfer
Writes to the 2201 System Monitor.

4.1.1

Default Configuration
If the 2201 system does not receive a configuration within
one minute after power up, the System Monitor will load a
default configuration. This configuration can help
troubleshoot and test the system. A full Block Transfer Write
will clear the default configuration. The default configuration
is as follows:

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Table 4.1 Default Configuration

I MONITOR
2201/03-01
2201/03-02
2201/03-03
All Channels

2201/03-01
All Channels
2201/03-02
Channels 1 and 2

2201/03-02
Channels 3 and 4
2201/03-03
All Channels

IOPTION

I VALUE

Danger Setpoints

75% of full scale

Alert Setpoints

25% of full scale

Danger time delay

.15 Seconds

Alert time delay

.15 Seconds

Barriers

Not used

Turn channel off

All channels on

Timed OK Channel Defeat

Disabled

Channel Type

Radial Vibration Monitor

Transducer Type

3300 Proximitor

Frequency Response

60- 240K RPM

Full Scale Range

5 mill peak to peak

Scale Factor

200 mY/mil

Channel Type

Peak Acceleration, No
integration

High Pass Filter

Enabled, 100 Hz

Low Pass Filter

Enabled, 1000 Hz

Full Scale Range

5 g peak

Scale Factor

100 Mv/g

4.1.2

Using the PLC Software to Configure Block


Transfer Writes
BLOCK TRANSFER WRITES configure the 2201 system
using a series of block transfers of data from the PLC to the
System Monitor. These blocks of data are known as Block
Transfer Writes (BTW). One BTW is required for each of the
Four Channel Monitors in a system. Six BTWs are needed to
configure a full 24 channel 6 monitor system. Each BTW
consists of a maximum of twenty nine words of data. Each
word is sixteen bits long. You can configure a monitor by
transferring a short block transfer write or a full block of data.

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4 Configuring the System

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SHORT BLOCK TRANSFER WRITES are between one and


nine words long. These nine words are Word 0 through
Word 8. The monitor will not perform a self test during a
short BTW unless you set Word 0, Self Test Enable bit, to
one. Use the short BTW to change monitor setpoints and
thrust channel zero voltages without causing the system to
perform a self test and calibration which can take up to two
minutes to complete.

FULL BLOCK TRANSFER WRITES are a full block of data


that contains all twenty-nine words of data. Use a full BTW to
initiate a monitor self test and calibrate the system.
The full BTW data format is described in Appendix A.

4.1.3

Using the Configuration Software and a PC


The configuration software runs on an IBM PC or compatible
machine connected to the PLC as a programming terminal.
The configuration software manual describes how to install
and run the configuration software.

4.2 List of Configuration Parameters


Configuration parameters define the components of the 2201
System and set certain options that govern how the system
will operate. The parameters that follow are listed by the
BTW word where the bit(s) for the parameter are located.
The full BTW data format is described in Appendix A.

Monitor Address, Self Test

4.2.1
err

WORDO

1s

14

13

12

11

10

09

os

01

os

os

04

03

02

01

oo

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NOT USED

MONITOR ADDRESS

SELF TEST ENABLE

MONITOR ADDRESS ranges from zero to five and indicates


where the monitor is in the rack with respect to the System
Monitor. The six Four Channel Monitors are addressed left to

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2201 Monitoring System

right starting from the first slot position directly right of the
System Monitor.
SELF TEST ENABLE If you use a short BTW to configure a
monitor, set the Self Test Enable bit to one to start a monitor
self test and calibration.

4.2.2
err

13

12

11

10

09

08

WOR04

o5

04

03

02

01

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15

01

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

I I I I I I I

06

o5

04

03

02

01

oo

I I I I I I I

CHANNEL 4 VIBRATION DANGER SETPOINT


(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

CHANNEL 3 VIBRATION DANGER SETPOINT


(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

15

o7

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

I I I I I I I
15

14

13

12

11

10

09

I I I I I l I
CHANNEL 4 VIBRATION ALERT SETPOINT
(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

06

o5

04

03

02

01

oo

I I l I I l l

CHANNEL 2 VIBRATION ALERT SETPOINT


(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

06

CHANNEL 1 VIBRATION DANGER SETPOINT


(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

WORD3

err

01

CHANNEL 2 VIBRATION DANGER SETPOINT


(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

WOR02

err

14

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WORD1

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15

Over Setpoints

CHANNEL 1 VIBRATION ALERT SETPOINT


(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)
08

o7

06

o5

04

03

02

01

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1 I I I I I 1
CHANNEL 3 VIBRATION ALERT SETPOINT
(OVER FOR THRUST POSITION)

ALARM SETPOINTS are specified in binary as a percentage


of the current full scale range. For example, 00000001 = 1%,
0011 001 0 = 50%, and 011 001 00 = 100%.

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

~Note
1. All alarms have a hysteresis of 0.5 % of current full
scale range.
2. Words one through four specify the Alert and Danger
setpoints for the channel. For channels configured for
thrust monitoring, these words specify the over
direction Alert and Danger setpoints.

4.2.3

Voltage of Probe at Zero Thrust Position


(Zero Voltage)
THRUST PROBE ZERO GAP is the gap of the thrust probe
when the monitored surface is in the zero position. This
option must be known before setting thrust zero voltage.
When installing the probe in the machine, set the rotor at its
zero position and then gap the probe electrically to a zeroing
voltage specified in table 4.2. If the zero voltage is not within
the values specified ijn table 4.2, the channel may go not OK
before alarm levels are reached. In this case either re-gap
the probe or verify the channel alarms by physically moving
the rotor to the alarm positions.

Lb

CAUTION

Failure to set thrust zero voltage within the limits


specified In table 4.2 could result in Joss of machine
protection. Verify alarm functions if you use values
outside table 4.2.

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4 Configuring the System

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Table 4.2 Thrust Zero Voltages


THRUST TRANSDUCER
TYPE

FULL SCALE RANGE

ALLOWED ZERO
VOLTAGES

3300 Proximito~
7200 5mm/8mm Proximitor
without external barriers
Scale Factor s 200 Mv/mil

10-0-1 0 mils, 25-0-25 mils,


30-0-30 mils, 0.25-0-0.25 mm,
0.5-0-0.5 mm

-7.3 to -12.7 volts

40-0-40 mils, 1.0-0-1.0 mm

-9.3 to -10.7 volts

3300 Proximitor
7200 5mm/8mm Proximltor
with external barriers
Scale Factors 195 Mv/mil

10-0-1 0 mils, 25-0-25 mils,


30-0-30 mils, 0.25-0-0.25 mm,
0.5-0-0.5 mm

-7.3 to -12.0 volts

40-0-40 mils, 1.0-0-1.0 mm

-9.1 to -10.0 volts

11 mm Proximitor
without external barriers
Scale Factor s 100 mV/mil

10-0-10 mils, 25-0-25 mils,


30-0-30 mils, 40-0-40 mils,
0.25-0-0.25 mm, 0.5-0-0.5 mm,
1.0-0-1.0 mm

-7.0 to -16.0 volts

50-0-50 mils

-8.0 to -15.0 volts

75-0-75 mils, 2.0-0-2.0 mm

-11.0 to -12.0 volts

10-0-1 0 mils, 25-0-25 mils,


30-0..30 mils, 40-0-40 mils,
0.25-0-0.25 mm, 0.5-0-0.5 mm,
1.0-0-1.0 mm

-4.5 to -14.5 volts

50-0-50 mils

-5.5 to -13.5 volts

75-0..75 mils, 2.0-0-2.0 mm

-9.5 to -1 0.5 volts

10-0..1 0 mils, 25-0-25 mils,


0.25-0-0.25 mm, 0.5-o-0.5 mm

-6.2 to -8.0 volts

14mm Proximitor
without external barriers
Scale Factor s 1oo mV/mil

3000 Series Proximitor


with or without external
barriers
Scale Factor s 200 mV/mil

4-6

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4 Configuring the System

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

~------------~----------------------------------------~

WORD51
BIT
15

WOR07
BIT

WORDS

14

13

CHANNEL 1 ZERO VOLTAGE

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

~------------~----------------------------------------~
NOT USED

WORD61

BIT

NOT USED

15

14

13

CHANNEL 2 ZERO VOLTAGE

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

~~------------._----------------------------------------~
NOT USED

15

14

13

CHANNEL 3 ZERO VOLTAGE

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

I
NOT USED

CHANNEL 4 ZERO VOLTAGE

~------------._----------------------------------------~

VOLTAGE OF PROBE AT ZERO THRUST POSITION


(ZERO VOLTAGE) is the gap voltage of the probe when the
monitored surface is in the zero position. This option applies
to channels being configured for thrust monitoring.
Channels configured for other monitor types will ignore the
zero voltage words. When the average input voltage of the
transducer for the channel is equal to the zero voltage, the
monitor channel will indicate zero thrust position.

The zero voltage code consists of a twelve bit binary code


ranging from 0 to 4095 that corresponds to a zero voltage
ranging from 0.0 to -24.0 Vdc.
Calculate the zero voltage using the following equation:
Zero voltage code = Integer(( Required zero voltage I 24.0 ) * 4095)
Example of calculating zero voltage code:
Zero voltage = -9.20 Vdc
Zero voltage code = lnteger((-9.20 /-24.0} * 4095)
1570.
Zero voltage code = binary 011 0 001 0 001 0
Zero voltage code = hex 622

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4 Configuring the System

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4.2.4

BIT

15

14

Scale Factor, Frequency Response, Turn


Channel Off, External Barriers
13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

CH 1, WORD09
CH 2, WORD 13
CH 3, WORD 17
CH 4, WORD21
TRANSDUCER SCALE FACTOR

PEAK TO PEAK LON


FREQUENCY RESPONSE
TURN CHANNEL OFF
EXTERNAL BARRIER
NOT USED

EXTERNAL BARRIERS adjusts the OK limits to compensate


for the external barriers. To enable this option set the
external barrier bit to one. Setting the bit to one does not
effect the value configured for the channel scale factor.
Compensate for the attenuation of the transducer scale
factor in the scale factor field.
TURN CHANNEL OFF disables the channel when this bit is
set to one. A disabled channel will respond as follows:

e The monitor OK LED will remain on (if other channels in


the monitor are OK) unless all other channels in the
monitor are turned off.

4-8

All channel data values will be zero.

Self test failures will be reported.

Channel OK, Alert and Danger alarms will be inactive.

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4 Configuring the System

PEAK TO PEAK LOW FREQUENCY RESPONSE controls


the charge and discharge time in the channel peak to peak
detectors when the channel is configured for radial vibration
monitoring.

Setting this bit to one extends the low frequency response to


60 cpm from the normal 240 cpm and slows the peak to
peak charge and discharge times causing the monitor to
respond more slowly to changing vibration levels.
TRANSDUCER SCALE FACTOR is binary coded in English
engineering units (mV/mil). The scale factor may be
programmed to within :t20% of the nominal value
(configured via the transducer type code) to compensate for
system variances. Scale factors outside this limit will
produce configuration errors.

~Note
Using external barriers reduces the nominal scale factor of
the channel by 4% for Proximitors and Accelerometers,
7.5% for 47633 Velocity Seismoprobes and 16.6% for
9200 and CEC4-126 Velocity Seismoprobes. Decreasing
the nominal, programmed scale factor will compensate for
this reduction.
Set the scale factor code to the required value in English
engineering units as shown in Table 4.3.

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4 Configuring the System

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Table 4.3
Scale Factor

4-10

SCALE FACTOR

SCALE FACTOR CODE


Integer

100 mV/mil
3.94 V/mm
200 mV/mil
7.87 V/mm

100
100
200
200

100 mV/in/sec
3.94 V/mm/sec
145 mV/in/sec
5.71 V/mm/sec
500 mV/in/sec
19.69 V/mm/sec

100
100
145
145
500
500

25 mV/g
2.5 mV/m/s2
100 mV/g
10 mV/m/s2

25
25
100
100

4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

4.2.5
BIT

15

14

Alarm Time Delay, Full Scale Range


13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

OS

04

03

02

01

00

CH 1, WORD 10
CH2, WORD 14
CH 3, WORD 18
CH 4, WORD22
FULL SCALE RANGE

ALERT TIME DELAY

DANGER TIME
DELAY

ALARM TIME DELAY binary codes correspond to the time


delays shown in Table 4.4 below.
The time delay is the time period that a channel input signal
must continuously exceed an alarm setpoint in order for the
channel to cause an alarm.
Table 4.4
Alert and Danger Time delays
CODE Integer

TIME DELAY

0.15

2
0.2

10

11

12

0.3

0.5

0.6

1.0

2.0

3.0

5.0

6.0

10.0

20.0

(~econds)

FULL SCALE RANGE binary code corresponds to the full


scale ranges shown in Table 4.5 overpage.

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~ystem

Table 4.5
Full Scale Ranges
RANGE CODE Integer

FULL SCALE RANGE

Radial vibration,
peak to peak

01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11

o- 3 mils
0-5 mils
o- 10 mils
o- 15 mils
0-20 mils
0- 100 pm
o- 150 pm
0- 200 pm
0- 250 pm
0- 400 pm
o- 500 pm

Velocity, zero to peak, no


integration

12
13
14
15
16
17

0- 0.5 in/s
o- 1.0 in/s
o- 2.0 in/s
o- 10 mm/s
0-20 mm/s
0-50 mm/s

Velocity input with integration,


radial vibration, peak to peak
output

18
19
20
21
22
23

0-5 mils
0- 10 mils
o- 20 mils
o- 1co pm
0- 200 pm
o- 500 pm

Velocity RMS, no integration

24
25
26
27
28
29

0 - 0.5 in/s RMS


0 - 1.0 in/s RMS
0 - 2.0 in/s RMS
o- 10 mm/s RMS
0 - 20 mm/s RMS
o - 50 mm/s RMS

Acceleration input with


integration,
Velocity output, Zero to Peak

30
31
32
33
34

o - 1.0 in/s Peak

CHANNEL TYPE

4-12

0 - 2.0 in/s Peak

o - 25 mm/s Peak
0 - 50 mm/s Peak
0 - 100 mm/s Peak

4 Configuring the System .

2201 Monitoring System

Table 4.5 continued


RANGE CODE integer

FULL SCALE RANGE

Acceleration input with integration,


Velocity output, RMS

35
36
37
38
39

0-1.0 in/s RMS


0 - 2.0 in/s RMS
0 - 25 mm/s RMS
0 - 50 mm/s RMS
0- 100 mm/s RMS

Acceleration Zero tc Peak.


no integration

40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

o- 2 g Peak
o- 5 g Peak
o- 10 g Peak
o- 20 g Peak
0-25 g Peak
o- 40 g Peak
0- 50 g Peak
0 - 20 m/s2 Peak
o - 50 m/s2 Peak
0 - 1 00 m/s2 Peak
0 - 200 m/s2 Peak
0 - 250 m/s2 Peak
o - 400 m/s2 Peak
o - 500 m/s2 Peak

54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67

0-2 g RMS
0-5 g RMS
0-10 g RMS
0-20 g RMS
0-25 g RMS
0-40 g AMS
0-50 g RMS
0 - 20 m/s2 RMS
0 - 50 m/s2 RMS
0 - 100 m/s2 RMS
0 - 200 m/s2 RMS
0 - 250 m/s2 RMS
0 - 400 m/s2 RMS
0 - 500 m/s2 RMS

CHANNEL TYPE

Acceleration AMS, no integration

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

Table 4.5 continued


CHANNEL TYPE

RANGE CODE Integer

FULL SCALE RANGE

68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76

10-0-10mils
25-0-25 mils
30-0-30 mils
40- 0- 40 mils
50 - 0 - 50 mils
75 - 0 - 75 mils
0.25 - o - 0.25 mm
0.5 - 0 - 0.5 mm
1.0 - o - 1.0 mm
2.0 - 0 - 2.0 mm

Thrust

4.2.6

err

1s

14

Low Pass Filters, Buffered Transducer


Output, Thrust Direction, Integrator Position,
Timed OK/Channel Defeat
13

12

11

10

os

oa

o7

06

os

04

03

02

01

CH 1, WORD 11
CH2. WORD 15
CH 3, WORD 19
CH 4, WORD23
LOW PASS FILTER FREQUENCY
LOW PASS FILTEA RANGE

LOW PASS FILTER ENABLE

NOT USED

BUFFERED TRANSDUCER
OUTPUT CONDITIONING
NORMAL THRUST DIRECTION
INTEGRATOR POSITION
ENABLE TIMED OK/CHANNEL DEFEAT

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TIMED OK/CHANNEL DEFEAT is enabled when this bit is


set to one. Timed OK/channel defeat is used to prevent
false alarms when monitoring vibration. See Section 1 for a
description of Timed OK/Channel Defeat.

LL

CAUTION

Failure to enable Timed OK/Channel Defeat could


result in false alarms caused by faulty transducer
wiring.

INTEGRATOR POSITION bit specifies the location of the


seismic board integrator relative to the high and low pass
filters. The Integrator Position bit is only required for a
2201/03- 02 monitor.
INTEGRATOR POSITION
BIT

LOCATION OF
INTEGRATOR

Before filtering
After filtering

NORMAL THRUST DIRECTION relates the physical


movement of the monitored surface relative to the proximity
probe to upscale (increasing percentage of full scale) output
from the thrust channel. This bit is ignored for channels not
configured for thrust monitoring.
THRUST DIRECTION BIT

INCREASING THRUST
READING
CORRESPONDS TO THE
MONITORED SURFACE
MOVING

1
0

Towards the transducer


Away from the transducer

BUFFERED TRANSDUCER OUTPUT selects the buffered


transducer signal available at the Four Channel Monitor front
panel coaxial connector and at the External Dynamic Data
Manager (DDIX) connector on the front panel of the System
Monitor.

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

The buffered signal is conditioned according to the filtering


and integrator position described in the table below.
BUFFERED
TRANSDUCER
OUTPUT Bit

LOW PASS FILTER


ENABLED Bit
OR
HIGH PASS FILTER
ENABLED Bit

INTEGRATOR
POSITION Bit

Unconditioned

0
1

Not integrated, filtered


Integrated, filtered

1
1

Either bit
Either bit
X

=1
=1

BUFFERED
OUTPUT

= Don't care
1B"' Note
1. The high pass filter must be enabled when a channel is
configured for integration.

2. Integration is not permitted with 2201/03-03 monitors.

LOW PASS FILTER ENABLE is used with 2201/03-02 and


2201 /03-03 monitors to enable the low pass filter option.
Filtering is available on channels 3 and 4 of the 2201/03-02
monitor and on all four channels of th~ 2201/03-03 monitor.
The low pass filter must be enabled when the monitor is
used with velocity and Velomitor transducers. Filtering is
not permitted on channels configured for thrust monitoring.
Set the Low Pass Filter Enable bit to one to enable low pass
filtering.
LOW PASS FILTER FREQUENCY is determined by the 8 bit
Low Pass Frequency code and the Low Pass Frequency
Range bit. The low pass corner frequency must be at least
four times the value of the high pass filter corner frequency.
The following table describes the limitations of the low pass
filter frequency value for various transducer types.

4-16

4 Configuring the Sy51em

2201 Monitoring Sy51em

.
TRANSDUCER TYPE
Bently Nevada 9200 Velocity
Seismoprobe

FULL SCALE
RANGE

MAXIMUM LOW PASS


FILTER FREQUENCY

All ranges {except 10


mmls)

2kHz
Low pass frequency range
bit= 0

10 mmls

1 kHz
Low pass frequency range
bit= 0

All ranges (except


those below)

5kHz

1 in/s, 20 mm/s

2kHz
Low pass frequency range
bit= 0

0.5 inls, 10 mm/s

1kHz
Low pass frequency range
bit= 0

All ranges (except 2


g and 20 m/s~

22kHz

2g and 20 mls2

5kHz

All ranges

4kHz

CEC4-126 Velocity Transducer


Bently Nevada 47633 Velocity
Seismoprobe
Velomitor

Accelerometer

Proximitor

Low pass frequency range restrictions are to reduce zero offset errors. Setting low
pass filter corners higher than these recommended frequencies may cause the monitor
to have up to a 5% offset at zero. Full Scale calibration is not affected.

LOW PASS FREQUENCY RANGE BIT

USE THIS EQUATION TO SET THE LOW


PASS FREQUENCY CODE, N

1
0

N = lnteger(f I 86.287)
N = lnteger{f I 8.017}
Where f is the corner frequency.
Examples of calculating Low Pass Frequency code:
1. Low pass frequency = 1000 Hz
Low Pass Frequency Range bit = 1
Low Pass Frequency code = lnteger(1 000 I 86.287) = 12

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

2. Low pass frequency = 200 Hz


Low Pass Frequency Range bit = 0
Low Pass Frequency code

4.2. 7
err

1s

14

= lnteger(200 I 8.017) = 25

High Pass Filtering, Transducer Type


13

12

11

10

os

os

01

os

os

04

03

02

01

oo

CH 1, WORD 12
CH2, WORD 16
CH3, WORD20
CH 4, WORD24
HIGH PASS FILTEA FREQUENCY

TRANSDUCER TYPE

NOT USED
HIGH PASS FILTER ENABLE

HIGH PASS FILTER ENABLE is used with 2201/03-02 and


2201 /03-03 monitors to enable the high pass filter option.
Filtering is available on channels 3 and 4 of the 2201/03-02
monitor and on all four channels of the 2201 /03-03 monitor.
The high pass filter must be enabled for channels using
seismic transducers. Filtering is not permitted on channels
configured for thrust monitoring.
Set the High Pass Filter Enable bit to one to enable high
pass filtering.
HIGH PASS FILTER FREQUENCY is determined by the
eight bit High Pass Frequency code. The high pass corner
frequency must be at least one quarter the value of the low
pass filter corner frequency. The following table describes
the limitations of the high pass filter frequency value for
various transducer types.
You must NOT select a high pass filter frequency less than
these otherwise the System Monitor will flag a configuration
error.

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

TRANSDUCER lYPE

MINIMUM HIGH PASS FILTER


FREQUENCY

Bently Nevada 9200 Velocity Seismoprobe


Bently Nevada 47633 Velocity Seismoprobe
CEC4-126 Velocity Transducer
Velomitor
No Integration

3Hz

Bently Nevada 9200 Velocity Seismoprobe


Bently Nevada 47633 Velocity Seismoprobe
CEC4-126 Velocity Transducer
Velomitor
With Integration

10Hz

Accelerometer
Accelerometer

25Hz

No Integration
With Integration

10Hz

Proximitor

3Hz

Use this equation to determine the High Pass Filter


Frequency code, N:
N = lnteger(f I 0.995)
where f is the desired corner frequency.

Example of calculating High Pass Filter Frequency code:


High pass filter frequency = 200 Hz
High Pass Filter Frequency code
201

= lnteger(200 I 0.995)

TRANSDUCER lYPE selects the transducer input and


power supply for each channel. The codes for each
transducer type are shown in the table below. Failure to use
a transducer type capable of supporting the programmed
meter scale range wi II cause configuration errors.

4-19

4 Configuring the Sy,s tem

2201 Monitoring System

.
CODE

TRANSDUCER TYPE

SCALE
FACTOR

TRANSDUCER
VOLTAGE
(Vdc)

1
2
3
4
5

Thrust Channel
3300 Proximito~
7200 5mm/8mm Proximito~
7200 11 mm Proximito~
7200 14mm Proximitor
3000 series Proximitor

200
200
100
100
200

mV/mil
mV/mil
mV/mil
mV/mil
mV/mil

-24
-24
. -24
-24
-18

6
7
8
9
10

Radial Vibration Channel


3300 Proximitor
7200 5mm/8mm Proximitor
7200 11 mm Proximitor
7200 14mm Proximito~
3000 series Proximitor

200
200
100
100
200

mV/mil
mV/mll
mV/mil
mV/mil
mV/mil

-24
-24
-24
-24
-18

Velocity Channel, BNC 9200


Peak Velocity, no integration
Peak to Peak Velocity, with integration
RMS Velocity, no integration

500 mV/in/sec

-7.5

11
12
13

Velocity Ch~nnel, 47633


Peak Velocity, no integration
Peak to Peak Velocity, with integration
RMS VeiQcity, no integration

500 mV/in/sec

-7.5

14
15
16

Velocity Channel, CEC4-126


Peak Velocity, no integration
Peak to Peak Velocity, with integration
RMS Velocity, no integration

145 mV/in/sec

-7.5

17
18
19

100 mV/in/sec

-24 (3 rnA)

22

Velocity Channel, Velomitor


Peak Velocity, no integration
Peak to Peak Velocity, with integration
RMS Velocity, no integration

145 mV/in/sec

-24 (3 rnA)

23
24
25

Velocity Channel, High Temp. Velomito~


Peak Velocity, no integration
Peak to Peak Velocity, with integration
RMS Velocity, with integration

20
21

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

CODE

TRANSDUCER TYPE

26
27
28
29

Acceleration Channel,
100 mV/g Interface Module
Peak Acceleration, no integration
Peak Acceleration, with integration
RMS Acceleration, no integration
RMS Acceleration, with integration

30
31
32
33

Acceleration Channel,
25 mV/g Interface Module
Peak Acceleration, no integration
Peak Acceleration, with integration
RMS Acceleration, no integration
RMS Acceleration, with integration

34
35
36
37
38

Filtered Radial Vibration Channel


3300 Proximitor
7200 5mm/8mm Proximitor
7200 11 mm Proximitor
7200 14mm Proximitor
3000 Proximitor

SCALE
FACTOR

TRANSDUCER
VOLTAGE
(Vdc)

100 mV/g

-24

25 mV/g

-24

200 mV/mil
200 mV/mil
100 mV/mil
100 mV/mil
200 mV/mil

-24
-24
-24
-24
-18

~Note
Seismic transducers and filtered radial vibration are only
permitted on channels 3 and 4 of a 2201/03 - 02 monitor
and all four channels of a 2201/03- 03 monitor.

LL

CAUTION

Proximitors used for radial vibration measurements


do not normally require filtering for accurate
monitoring.
Setting filters improperly on radial vibration channels
could result in the loss of machine protection due to
filter attenuation of critical frequencies.

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4 Configuring the System

2201 Monitoring System

4.2.8

err

15

14

WORD25

Thrust Position Under Setpoints

13

12

11

10

09

I I I l l

08

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

WORD28

01

14

13

12

11

10

09

03

02

01

06

os

04

03

02

01

08

07

06

OS

04

03

02

01

CHANNEL 1 THRUST POSITION UNDER


ALERT SETPOINT

1S

07

13

12

11

10

09

oo

00

I l 1 J I I l

CHANNEL 2 THRUST POSITION UNDER ALERT


SETPOINT

14

oo

CHANNEL 3 THRUST POSITION UNDER


DANGER SETPOINT

I I I I I I I

WORD27

BIT

1S

04

I I I I I I I

CHANNEL 4 THRUST POSITION UNDER


DANGER SETPOINT

BIT

os

CHANNEL 1 THRUST POSITION UNDER


DANGER SETPOINT

I I I I I I I

WOR026

06

l l l l l l l

CHANNEL 2 THRUST POSITION UNDER


DANGER SETPOINT

err

01

08

I I I I I I I
CHANNEL 4 THRUST POSITION UNDER ALERT
SETPOINT

06

OS

04

03

02

01

00

I I I l l l l
CHANNEL 3 THRUST POSITION UNDER
ALERT SETPOINT

ALARM SETPOINTS are specified in binary as a percentage


of the current full scale range. For example, 00000001 = 1%,
0011 001 o 50%, and 011 001 oo = 100%.

5r Note
All alarms have a hysteresis of 0.5 % of current full scale
range.

4-22

2201 Monitoring System

5 Operating the System

Operating the System


When the system is powered up, it performs a Power-up self
test to determine what elements are present in the system
and if they are in good working order. On successful
completion of the self test, the system waits for a valid
configuration to be loaded. When the system receives a
valid configuration , it carries out a further self test and
calibration. This could take up to two minutes, depending
on the number and type of Four Channel Monitors installed.
Monitoring will not start until the self test and calibration are
successfully completed.

5.1 Status Indicators on the System Monitor


The System Monitor has two green status indicators that
display the operating condition of the System Monitor.

Indicates that the System


Mon 1t or has p assed t he Internal
self test.

ON Indicates that the Sys t em


Mo n 1tor and the PLC are
commu .n 1cat1ng c orrectly.

OFF

Indic ate s tha t


commun1cat10n has fa1led
one second.

for

Ftash1ng Ind i cates that


block transfer 1s slo wer than
one second.

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5 Operating the System

2201 Monitoring System

5.2 Status Indicators on the Four Channel Monitors


The Four Channel Monitors have two green status LEOs that
indicate the operating condition of the monitor.

ln drc a tes t ha t the monitor


passes rn t er nal self test and
t hat all t r ans d ucers
connected to the mon rt or are
opera t rng co r rectly .

MONITOR
MON

COM

OFF .. lndrcates that the


Sy stem Monrtor has not
co mmunrcated wr t h the
mon J.t o r fo r 30 0 mS.

If any of the LEOs fail to come on or go off during operation,


a fault is indicated. The following table shows the condition
and corrective action reqtJired.

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5 Operating the System

2201 Monitoring System

LED EXTINGUISHED

CONDITION

CORRECTIVE ACTION

System Monitor
MONOK

PLC COM OK

System Monitor has


failed its self test.

Refer to Section 6, System Status


Information and System Monitor
Voltage Node Errors.

System Monitor to
PLC communications
have failed.

Refer to Section 6, System


Communications Time-Out Error.

The Four Channel


Monitor has not been
configured.

Configure the Four Channel Monitor.


See Section 4.

Four Channel Monitor


MONITOR OK

OR

MON COM OK

The Four Channel


Monitor has failed its
self test.

Refer to Section 6, Four Channel


Monitor Voltage Node and SPI Errors,
Channel OK, and Channel Gap
Voltage and Error codes.

Four Channel Monitor


to System Monitor
communications have
failed.

Refer to Section 6, SPI Error.

5-3

5 Operating the System

5-4

2201 Monitoring System

6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

System Status

The 2201 system uses Block Transfer Reads (BTR) and


Discrete 1/0 Data Transfer to send data to the PLC. The
system uses BTRs to communicate detailed system
information and the faster Discrete Data Transfer to
communicate common OK and alarm bits.
BLOCK TRANSFER READS are used by the 2201 system to
communicate all system information to the PLC. This
information includes current values, alarms, OKs, and error
codes. This BTR is a single block of data that varies in
length depending on the number of monitors in the 2201
system. For example a full system uses a BTR that is 56
words long, and a system with only one monitor uses 11
words. Each word of data is 16 bits long.
The full BTR data format is described in Appendix A.

6.1 System Status Information


BIT

WORDO

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

OS

04

03

02

01

00

I I I T I I I
NOT USED
SELF TEST IN PROGRESS
I

SPI FAILURE
AID ERROR
SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS TIME.QUT FAILURE
RAM TEST FAILURE
ROM TEST FAILURE
PLC MISSED DATA FROM 2201 SYSTEM
POWER UP, SEND NEW CONFIGURATION

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6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

SELF TEST IN PROGRESS indicates that the monitor is


performing self test and calibration. Self test is performed
following a full block transfer write or following a block
transfer write if bit 17 is set in word 0. A self test clears all
Alert & Danger alarms and causes all channels to go Not OK
regardless of their status before self test.
Self test is in progress when this bit is one.
SPI COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE indicates that serial
communications within the System Monitor has failed. This
failure also causes all channels to go Not OK If the SPI
Communications bit is set to one, replace the System
Monitor.
SPI Communications failure has occurred when this bit is
one.
AID ERROR indicates that the System Monitor Analog to
Digital converter has failed. This error causes all channels to
go Not OK. If this error occurs, replace the System Monitor.

AID

Error has occurred when this bit is one.

SYSTEM COMMUNICATIONS TIME-OUT ERROR indicates


that errors have occurred in the Block Transfer Read. These
errors could indicate that the PLC has not sent a BTR within
the last second or that hardware errors exist within the
system monitor. This error will normally be caused by a slow
or missing BTR from the PLC and will normally be corrected
with the PLC program. This error could be ignored if slow
transfer of data is not a serious system problem. If the PLC
is operating normally and the error persists, replace the
System Monitor.
The system communications time-out error has occurred if
this bit is one.
RAM TEST FAILURE indicates a failure of the RAM read
write test. This failure causes all channels to go Not OK
Replace the System Monitor.
A RAM test failure has occurred if this bit is set to one.
ROM TEST FAILURE indicates a failure of the ROM check
sum test. This failure causes all channels to go Not OK.
Replace the System Monitor.

6-2

2201 Monitoring System

6 System Status

The ROM test failure has occurred if this bit is one.


PLC MISSED DATA FROM 2201 SYSTEM indicates that the
PLC did not retrieve the last BTR data before the System
Monitor updated the BTR data. The System Monitor will
update the BTR data every 50 milliseconds. This error will
normally be caused by a slow or missing BTR from the PLC
and will normally be corrected with the PLC program. This
error may not be a serious problem because the 2201
System will communicate alarm and OK status to the PLC by
using discrete data transfers. See section 7. It is very
unlikely that this error could be caused by defective
hardware.

PLC missed data from 2201 system has occurred if the bit is
one.
POWER-UP/SEND NEW CONFIGURATION indicates a
request for a full system configuration. This bit will be set to
one at power-up prior to initial system configuration. This bit
will also be set to one if the current configuration data has
been corrupted. A full BTW (see Section 4) will clear this bit,
if no errors occur during the block transfer. If a verifiable full
BTW does not clear this bit, replace the System Monitor.
The power up/send new configuration request is active when
this bit is one.

6-3

6 Sys1em Status

2201 Monitoring Sys1em

6.2 System Monitor Voltage Node Errors


err

1s

WORD1

14

13

12

I I

11

13

NOT USED

10

09

oa

07

06

05

I I I Is IaI1 Is
12

11

10

04

03

1 s 1

02

I I
3

01

oo

SYSTEM MONITOR VOLTAGE NODES

The Table below describes each voltage node bit. Any bit
set to one indicates an active voltage node error. All voltage
nodes are verified on power-up and continuously with the
cyclic self test. Replace the System Monitor if any self test
voltage node bit is set to one except codes 9 and 10 (-VTA
and -VTB). These two error codes can be caused by faulty
transducers or field wiring. If disconnecting the field wiring
connector does not clear these errors, replace the System
Monitor.
Any of these voltage node errors will cause all channels to
go Not OK, except for those with a '*' in front of voltage
node.
VOLTAGE
NODE

1
2
*3
4
5
6
*7
8
*9
*10
*11
12
13

6-4

NODE
ABBREVIATION

+VAOR
-VAOR
(not used)
VISOR
+VAO
-VAO
(not used)
VI SO
-VTB
-VTA
-VTR
+REF
-1.25REF

VOLTAGE NODE DESCRIPTION

NO converter +9 Vdc rough supply


NO converter -9 Vdc rough supply
Isolated digital +9 Vdc rough supply

NO converter +5 Vdc regulated supply


NO converter -5 Vdc regulated supply
Isolated digital +5 Vdc regulated supply
Keyphasor 1 -24 Vdc regulated supply
Keyphasor 2 -24 Vdc regulated supply
Transducer -30 Vdc rough supply
+2.5 Vdc system reference supply
-1.25 Vdc System Monitor reference supply

6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

6.3 Four Channel Monitor Voltage Node and SPI


Errors
err

1s

10

09

oe

01

06

os

04

03

02

01

oo

12

11

10

II

II

13

12

11

10

II

13

12

11

10

II

II

13

12

11

10

II

II

13

12

11

10

II

II

13

12

11

10

II

II

14

13

12

MONrTOR I, WORD2

15

14

13

MONrTOR 2, WORD 11

15

14

MONrTOR 3, WORD 20

15

14

MONrTOR 4, WORD 211

15

14

MONrTOR 5, WORD 38

15

14

MONrTOR 8, WORD 47

15

14

11

FOUR CHANNEl MONrTOR VOLTAGE NOOE EARORS

SPI ERRORS

FOUR CHANNEL MONITOR VOLTAGE NODE ERRORSThe table below describes each voltage node bit. Any bit set
to one indicates an active voltage node error. All voltage
nodes are verified on power-up and continuously with the
cyclic self test. Replace the Four Channel Monitor if any self
test voltage node bit is set to one.
VOLTAGE NODE
1
2
3
4
5
*6
*7
*8
*9
10
**11
12
*13
**14
**15

VOLTAGE NODE DESCRIPTION


-1.25 V REF (-1.25 Vdc reference supply)
+2.5 V REF (+2.5 Vdc system reference supply)
+9 V ( +9 Vdc rough supply)
-9 V (9 Vdc rough supply)
-5 V (-5 Vdc regulated supply)
BTR ( +5 Vdc transducer buffer supply)
-VRA (Transducer A rough supply)
-VRB (Transducer B rough supply)
-BTR (Transducer buffer negative supply)
+5 V ( +5 Vdc regulated supply)
Plug-in Board +5 V (Plug-in board +5 Vdc rough supply)
-VTR (Transducer rough supply)
LEb Drive failure
Plug-in Board +9 V (Plug-in board +9 Vdc rough supply)
Plug-in Board -9 V (Plug-in board -9 Vdc rough supply)

Any of the above voltage node errors will cause all channels
of the Four Channel Monitor to go Not OK, except for those
with a '*' in front of the voltage node. Those with a '**' in

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6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

front of the voltage node will cause 2 or 4 channels to go


Not OK depending on the type of the Four Channel Monitor:
channels 3 & 4 of a 2201 /03-02, and all channels of a
2201 /03-03 are affected.
SERIAL PERIPHERAL INTERFACE (SPI) ERROR indicates
that the communications between the Four Channel Monitor
and System Monitor have failed. If the SPI communications
bit for the System Monitor is zero (BTR Data Word 0, bit 12),
verify that the Four Channel Monitor has a piggyback board
installed. If the Monitor has a piggyback board then replace
the Four Channel Monitor. If this bit is one, inspect the
backplane and System Monitor before replacing the Four
Channel Monitor. SPI errors have occurred if the bit is one.
This error causes all channels of the Four Channel Monitor
to go Not OK.

6.4 Channel
BrT

15

Curr~nt
14

13

12

Value, OK, Danger and Alert


11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

MONITOR I , WORD 3
MONITOR 2, WORD 12
MONITOR 3. WORD 21
MONITOR . WORD 30
MONITOR 5, WORD 38
MONITOR&, WORD .a
CHANNEll CUAREHT VALUE
CHANNEl 1 CURRENT VALUE SIGN
NOTUSEO
CHANNEl 1 01/'ER FIAHGE
CHANNEl 1 ALERT
CHANNEll DANGER
CHANNEl 1 NOT OK

6-6

02

01

00

6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

BIT

15

14

13

12

11

_10

09

08

07

06

OS

04

03

02

01

00

02

01

00

MONITOR I, WOAD 4
MONITOR 2, WORD 13
MONITOR 3, WORD 22
MONITOR 4, WORD 31
MONITOR 5, WORD .0
MONITOR IS, WORD

.e
CHANNEL 2 CUFW:NT VALUE
CHANNEl 2 CURRENT VALUE SIGN
NOT USED
CHANNEl 2 OVER RANGE
CHANNEL 2 Al.ERT
CtiANNEl2 OANGER
CHANNEL 2 NOT OK

BIT

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

MONITOR 1, WORD5

MONITOR 2, WORD 14
MONITOR 3, WORD 23
MONITOR 4, WORD 32
MONITOR 5, WORO 41
MONITOR IS, WORO !50
CHANNEL 3 CUFW:NT VALUE
CHANNEL 3 CUFW:NT VALUE SIGN

NOTUSEO
CHANNEl3 OVER RANGE
CHANNEL 3 ALERT
CHANNEL 3 DANGER
CHANNEL 3 NOT OK

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6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

err

1s

14

13

12

11

10

09

oa

01

06

os

04

03

02

01

oo

loiONITOA I, WOR) t

MONITOR 2. WOR>

I~

MONITOR 3. WOR> 24
MONITOR 4. WOR> 3l

MONITOR 5, WOR> 42
MONITOR e. WOR) 01

CHANNEL CURRENT VAlUE


CHANNEL 4 CURRENT VAlUE SIGN
NOT USED
CHANNEL 4 CM:R RANGE
CHANNEL 4 ALERT
CHANNEl DANGER
CHANNEL 4 - NOT OK

CURRENT VALUE represents the magnitude of the


measured parameter for the channel as a percent of full
scale range. The value is specified as a seven bit code
ranging from 0 to 103 that represents a full scale value
ranging from 0 to 103 % of the current full scale range. For
example, a current value of 50 % of full scale range is equal
to a Current Value code of integer 50 and is represented by
the binary code of 011 001 0.
Meaning of the Current Value Status Bits
BIT NAME

MEANING OF THE STATUS BIT


1

Current Value sign

Direction of thrust value is


downscale

Direction of thrust value is


upscale

Over range

Channel value is > 100% of


full scale

Channel value is
full scale

Alert

Channel value exceeds the


Alert setpoint

Channel value is under the


Alert setpoint

Danger

Channel value exceeds the


Danger setpoint

Channel value is under the


Danger setpoint

6-8

s 100% of

6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

MEANING OF THE STATUS BIT

BIT NAME

Not OK

Channel value is not within


OK voltage limits or Timed
OK/Channel Defeat is active

Channel value is within OK


voltage limits

6.5 Channel Gap Voltage and Error Codes


err

1~

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

01

06

05

04

03

02

01

oo

MONITOR 1, WOAD 7
MONITOR 2. WOAD 18
MONITOR 3, WOAD 25
MONITOR WOAD 34
MONITOR S, WOAD ~
MONITOR 8, WOAD 52
CHANNEl 1 GAP VOLTAGE
CHANNEl 1 INVAUO CONFIGURATION

CHANNEl 1 SELF TEST mR0R


CHANNEl 1 TRANSDUCER SUPPI.Y mROR

NOT USED

err

1s

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

o7

06

05

04

03

02

01

oo

MONITOR 1, WOAD 8
MONITOR 2, WOAD 17
MONITOR 3. WOAD 28
MONITOR 4, WOAD 37
MONITOR 5, WOAD 44
MONITOR 8, WOAD 53
CHANNEl2 GAP VOLTAGE
CHANNEl2 INVAUO CONFIGURATION
CHANNEl2 SELF TESTE~
CHANNEl 2 TRANSDUCER SUPPI.Y ~
NOTUS0

6-9

6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

err

1S

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

OS

04

03

02

01

00

03

02

01

00

MONITOR I , WORD II
MONITOR 2. WORD 18
MONITOR 3, WORD 'Z7
MONITOR 4, WOAD 38
MONITOR 5, WORD 45
MONITOR a, WORD 54
CHANNEL 3 G/lP VOLTAGE
CHANNEL 3 INVAUIO OONFIGURATlON
CHANNEL 3 SELF lEST EAAOA
CHANNEL 3 l'RANSOUa::R SUPP\.Y EAAOA
NOTUSEO

err

1S

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

OS

04

MONITOR 1, WORD 10
MONITOR 2, WORD Ill
MONITOR 3, WORD 28
MONITOR 4, WORD 37
MONITOR 5, WORD 48
MONITOR 8. WORD 55
CHANNEL 4 G/lP VOLTAGE
CHANNEL 4 INVAUO OONFIGURAT10N
CHANNEL 4 SELF TEST EAAOA
CHANNEL 4 TRANSDUCER SUPPLY EAAOA
NOTUSEO

6-10

6 System Status

2201 Monitoring System

GAP VOLTAGE is represented by a 12 bit code ranging from


0 to 2400 that corresponds to a gap voltage of 0.00 to -24.00
Vdc.
Use this equation to calculate the channel gap voltage:
Gap voltage = -(Gap Voltage code I 100} Vdc
Example of gap voltage
Gap Voltage code = 1200, 1001 0110000 binary
Actual channel gap voltage= -(1200 I 100} = -12.00 Vdc
Meaning of the Error Code Status Bits
BIT NAME

MEANING OF THE STATUS BIT


1

Invalid Configuration

Channel configuration is
invalid

Channel configuration is
valid

Self Test Error

The monitor channel has


failed either the self test or
the self calibration

The monitor channel


passes the self test and the
self calibration

Transducer Supply Error

Transducer supply voltage is


not within tolerance

Transducer supply voltage


is within tolerance

~Note
1. If Invalid Configuration bit is set to one, verify the
monitor channel configuration. If the configuration is
invalid, correct and re-configure the monitor. (See
Section 4.)
2. If the Self Test Error bit is set to one, initiate a monitor
self test. (See Section 4.) If the Self Test Error bit
remains set to one following configuration, then replace
the monitor.
3. If the Transducer Supply Error bit is set to one,
disconnect the field wiring connector on the front of the
monitor. It the bit remains set to one, replace the
monitor.
4. All these errors cause the channel to go Not OK.

6-11

2201 Monitoring System

7 System Discrete Alarm Data

System Discrete Alarm Data


The 2201 Monitoring System uses Discrete Data Transfer to
quickly communicate OK and alarm status to the PLC. The
discrete data consists of up to two words in the PLC Input
Image Table. The number of bits used in the Image Table
depends on the PLC addressing mode.
PLC ADDRESSING MODE

NUMBER OF BITS IN THE


IMAGE TABLE
bits

words

Single slot or half slot

28

Two slot

These discrete data bits correspond to the 2201 Monitoring


System OK and alarm status as shown below.

7.1 PLC Two Slot Addressing


BIT

I INPUT WORD 1

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

I I I l l J I I I I
NOT USED

I
I
I
I
I

MONITOR 1, CHANNEL 1 DANGER


COMMON SYSTEM ALERT
COMMON SYSTEM DANGER
COMMON SYSTEM OK
NOT USED

7-1

7 System Discrete Alarm Data

2201 Monitoring System

If this bit is set to one.


One or more channels in the 2201
Monitoring System is in Alert alarm.

Common System Alert

One or more channels in the 2201


Monitoring System is in Danger alarm

Common System Danger


Common System OK

All of the channels in the 2201 Monitoring


System are OK or OFF.

7.2 PLC One Slot and Half Slot Addressing


BIT

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

OS

04

03

02

01

00

INP.UT WORD 1

Input Word 1 Discrete Data Format


INPUT WORD DATA BIT
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

7-2

OK AND ALARM STATUS


Not Used
Common System OK
Common System Danger
Common System Alert
Monitor 1, Channel 1 Danger
Not Used
Not Used
Not Used
Monitor 1, Channel 2 Danger
Monitor 1, Channel 3 Danger
Monitor 1, Channel 4 Danger
Monitor 2, Channel 1 Danger
Monitor 2, Channel 2 Danger
Monitor 2, Channel 3 Danger
Monitor 2, Channel 4 Danger
Monitor 3, Channel 1 Danger

2201 Monitoring System

7 System Discrete Alarm Data

If this bit is set to one.


Common System Alert

One or more channels in the 2201


Monitoring System is in Alert Alarm

Common System Danger

One of more channels in the 2201 .


Monitoring System is in Danger Alarm

Channel Danger

The monitor channel is in Danger alarm

Common System OK

All of the channels in the 2201 Monitoring


System are OK or OFF

BIT

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

INPUT WORD 2

Input Word 2 Discrete Data Format


INPUT WORD DATA BIT
00
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

OK AND ALARM STATUS


Monitor 3,
Monitor 3,
Monitor 3,
Monitor 4,
Monitor 4,
Monitor 4,
Monitor 4,
Monitor 5,
Monitor 5,
Monitor 5,
Monitor 5,
Monitor 6,
Monitor 6,
Monitor 6,
Monitor 6,
Not Used

Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel
Channel

2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4

Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger
Danger

CHANNEL DANGER bit is set to one if the monitor channel


is in Danger alarm.

7-3

System Discrete Alarm Data

2201 Monitoring System

7-4

2201 Monitoring System

8 Specifications

Specifications

8
Physical Specifications
ITEM

SIZE
inches

WEIGHT
centimeters

lb

gram

2201/02- 01 System Monitor

10 X 5.75 X 1.25

25.4 X 14.6 X 3.2

1.6

800

2201/03 - 01 Four Channel


Monitor

10 X 5. 75 X 1.25

25.4 X 14.6 X 3.2

1.3

650

2201/03 - 02 Four Channel


Monitor

10 X 5.75 X 1.25

25.4 X 14.6 X 3.2

1.8

900

2201/03- 03 Four Channel


Monitor

10 X 5. 75 X 1.25

25.4 X 14.6 X 3.2

1.8

900

2201/01 - 01 Two Position


Backplane

5.55 X 2.42 X 0.8

14.1 X 6.35 X 2.0

0.1

50

2201/01 - 02 Three Position


Backplane

5.55 X 3.67 X 0.8

14.1 X 6.35 X 2.0

0.14

69

2201/01 - 03 Four Position


Backplane

5.55 X 4.92 X 0.8

14.1 X 6.35 X 2.0

0.1888

88

2201/01 - 04 Five Position


Backplane

5.55 X 6.17 X 0.8

14.1 X 6.35 X 2.0

0.22

107

2201 /01 - 05 Six Position


Backplane

5.55 X 7.42 X 0.8

14.1 X 6.35 X 2.0

0.26

126

2201 /01 - 06 Seven Position


Backplane

5.55 X 8.67 X 0.8

14.1 X 6.35 X 2.0

0.30

'145

8-1

Specifications

2201 Monitoring System

System Environmental Specifications

TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY

SPECIFICATION

Storage Temperature

-40C to +85C

Operating Temperature

ooc to

Relative Humidity

0% to 95% non-condensing

+60C

Mechanical Shock and Vibration


The 2201 Monitoring System has been designed and tested to withstand the following tests.

TEST

TEST DETAILS

Packaged Shock

Each individually packaged (in its shipping container) module can


withstand multiple drops of 48 inches onto a concrete surface.

Packaged Vibration

Each individually packaged (in its shipping container) module to


be subject to circular synchronous motion between 150 and 300
CPM at a total fixed displacement of one inch. The test will last at
least 60 minutes.

Unpackaged Shock
Operating

The system can withstand three shocks of 15 g pk along each


axis. No loss of performance shall occur during or following the
test.

Not operating
The system can withstand three shocks of 30 g pk along each
axis. No damage may occur to the system.
Unpackaged
Vibration
Operating

8-2

Vibration amplitude
Maximum acceleration
Frequency sweep
Sweep cycle
Duration of test

0.006 inch pk to pk
2.5g pk
5 to 500Hz
15 minutes
60 minutes

2201 Monitoring System

8 Specifications

Electrostatic I Magnetic
The 2201 Monitoring System has been designed and tested to meet the following standards.
STANDARD
Radiated Electromagnetic Susceptibility
SAMA (PMC 33.1 - 1978} Class 2 {10 V/m}, Band ABC (20 MHz to 1000 MHz).
IEC 801-3 (1984}, Level 3 (1 0 V/m}, frequencies 27 MHz to 1000 MHz.
Max Error:

Radial vibration; .5 mils peak to peak, at 200mV/mil.


Thrust Position; 2 mils at 200 mV/mil.
Velocity; .1 inch per second peak at 500mV/in/sec
Acceleration; .5 G peak, at 100mV/G

Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)


IEC 801-2 {1984}, (BNC Specification 155222) Level 4 (15 kV, 150 0 discharge resistance) .
Susceptibility, no nonrecoverable errors, no alarm bits set.

Dielectric Withstand
The 2201 Monitoring System has been designed and tested to withstand the following test
voltages.
VOLTAGE

From Bently Nevada


common to AllenBradley.

DURATION

Vac

Vdc

500

707

Common

1 min

500

707

Power input

1 min

500

707

Chassis

1 min

600

850

Common

1s

600

850

Power input

.1 s

600

850

Chassis

1s

8-3

8 Specifications

2201 Monitoring System

Transducer Power Supply Outputs


MODULE TRANSDUCER

System Monitor Keyphasors

OUTPUT
VOLTAGE (Vdc)
-24

CURRENT LIMIT

(rnA)
34.0

Four Channel Monitor Channel


Transducer
3300
7200
7200
7200

-24

46.1

3000 series Proximitor

-18

20.8

BNC 9200, Velocity

-7.5

8.7

BNC 47633, Velocity

-7.5

8.7

CEC4-126, Velocity

-7.5

8.7

Velomitor

-24

46.1

High Temperature Velomitor

-24

46.1

1oo mV/g Interface Module Accelerometer

-24

46.1

25 mV/g Interface Module Accelerometer

-24

46.1

8-4

Proximitor
5 mm/8 mm Proximitor
11 mm Proximitor
14 mm Proximitor

2201 Monitoring System

8 Specifications

Buffered Output Specifications


SIGNAL OUTPUT

SPECIFICATION

SUPPLEMENTAL
INFORMATION

System Monitor Buffered


Keyphaso~ Output

Amplitude Accuracy:
15 mV offset
2.4% of input maximum

Short circuit protected


Maximum cable length:
100ft at 100 pF/ft

Four Channel Monitor


Unconditioned Buffered
Transducer Output

Amplitude Accuracy:
23 m V offset
2.5% of input maximum

Short circuit protected


Maximum cable length:
100 ft at 100 pF/ft

All System Buffered


Transducer Outputs when
used with external barriers

Amplitude Attenuation:
Proximitors and
Accelerometers: 4%
47633 Velocity
Seismoprobes: 7.5%
9200 and CEC4-126 Velocity
Seismoprobes: 16.6%

8-5

2201 Monitoring System

Specifications

Performance Specifications
PARAMETER

Channel Current Value

SPECIFICATION

Linearity:
1% of full scale
Offset:
1% of full scale
2% of full scale with full
scale ranges of .5 in/s pk
and 1o mm/s pk with
transducer type codes of 17,
20, and 23.

System Bandwidth
Proximitor
Velocity Transducers
Velomitor
Accelerometer
Filters General

SUPPLEMENTAL
INFORMATION

Reference page 4-20 for


transducer type codes.

1 Hz to 4kHz
3Hz to 2kHz
3Hz to 5kHz
10Hz to 30kHz
Corner Frequency Accuracy:
6% of programmed
frequency

Specifications common to
both Low and High Pass
Filters.

Filter Response:
Butterworth

Filter Rolloff:
Channels 3 and 4, -80 db
per decade
Channels 1 and 2, -40 db
per decade
Low Pass Filter

Range:
24 Hz to 2040 Hz
259 Hz to 22003 Hz

User Selected from two sets


of ranges

High Pass Filter

Range :
3Hz to 254Hz

User Selected

Discrete Alarm Data

Time to Update:
50 msec maximum

Self TesVCalibration

Duration:
120 sec maximum

8-6

2201 Monitoring System

Appendices

Appendices

APPENDIX

TITLE AND SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

Block Transfer Data Format contains tables that show the


meaning of the bits in all words in the block transfers. The
2201 Monitoring System uses block transfers to communicate
with the Allen-Bradley PLC. Sections 4 and 6 contain more
details about these blocks

TestVU Interface CabEe shows how to prepare the cables


that connect a computer to the 2201 System Monitor.

A PLC Ladder Logic Program Example shows a simple


PLC ladder logic program to configure and read data from a
2201 Monitoring System.

A-1

Block Transfer Write Data Format


BIT

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

01

02

00

\lORD

Channel
1

Channel
2

Chamel
3

--

00

STE

Honi tor Address

01

Channel 2 Vibration Danger Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

Channel 1 Vibration Danger Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

02

Channel 4 Vibration Danger Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

Channel 3 Vibration Danger Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

03

Channel 2 Vibration Alert Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

Channel 1 Vibration Alert Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

04

Channel 4 Vibration Alert Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

Channel 3 Vibration Alert Setpoint (Over for Thrust)

05

Channel 1 Zero Voltage

06

Channel 2 Zero Voltage

07

Channel 3 Zero Voltage

08

Channel 4 Zero Voltage

09

Scale Factor

10

Full Scale Range

11

LPEN

12

HPEN

13

Scale Factor

14

Full Scale Range

15

LPEN

16

HPEN

17

Scale factor

18

Full Scale Range

19

LPEN

20

HPEN

lPRNG

LOFR

LPRNG

Low Pass Corner Frequency

BTRSEL

THRDIR

JNTPOS

LOFR

OFF

BARR

Danger Time Delav

Alert Time Delay

low Pass Corner Frequency

BTRSEL

THRDIR

JNTPOS

LOFR

OFF

BARR

TOK

Transducer Type

Danger Time Dela

Alert Time Delay

Low Pass Corner Frequency

BTRSEL

High Pass Corner Frequency

THRDIR

JNTPOS

Transducer _Type

A-2

TOK

Transducer Type

High Pass Corner Frequency

LPRNG

Alert Time Delay

Danger Time Dela

High Pass Corner Frequency

BARR

OFF

TOK

BIT

15

14

13

12

11

10

09

08

07

06

05

04

03

02

01

00

\IORO

Chamel
4

Trust
Position
Setpoints

lOFR

21

Scale Factor

22

Full Scale Range

23

lPEN

24

HPEN

25

Channel 2 Danger Under Setpoint

Channel 1 Danger Under Setpoint

26

Channel 4 Danger Under Setpolnt

Channel 3 Danger Under Setpolnt

27

Channel 2 Alert Under Setpoint

Channel 1 Alert Under Setpolnt

28

Channel 4 Alert Under Setpolnt

lPRNG

Danger Time Dele

BARR

Alert Time Delay

low Pass Corner freQUency

BTRSEl

High Pass Corner frequency

OFF

THRDIR

INTPOS

TOK

Transducer Type

--

Channel 3 Alert Under

S~il'lt

--------

Block transfer Write Data Continued


STE
=Self Test Enable.
LOFR = Low Pass Filter Range.
OFF = Channel Off.
BARR = Barriers used with a Channel.
BTRSEL = Buffered Transducer selected, Conditioned or
Unconditioned.

THRDIR = Normal Thrust Direction.


INTPOS = Integrator Position, Before or After Filters.
TOK =Timed OK/Channel Defeat.
LPEN = Low Pass Filter Enable.
LPRNG = Low Pass Filter Frequency Range.
HPEN = High Pass Filter Enable

A-3

Block Transfer Read Data Format


BIT

15

14

13

1l

11

10

OM ISS

ROMCHK

RAMCHK

COM ERR

VST13

09

08

07

AD ERR

SYSSPI

STPROG

VST12

VST11

VST10

VST9

VST6

VHON12

VHON11

VHON10

VHON9

VHON6

06

05

04

03

VST6

VST5

VST4

VHON6

VHON5

VHON4

02

01

00

VST2

VST1

VHON2

VHON1

~D

System Monitor
Status

00

PUB

01

Monitor 1 Status

02

SPIERR

VHON15

VHON14

VHON13

Channel 1

03

NOT OK

Danger

Alert

OVRG

VALSGN

Channel 1 Current Value

Channel 2

04

NOT OK

Danger

Alert

OVRG

VALSGN

Channel 2 Current Value

Channel 3

05

NOT OK

Danger

Alert

OVRG

VALSGN

Channel 3 Current Value

Channel 4

06

NOT OK

Danger

Alert

OVRG

VALSGN

Channel 4 Current Value

Channel 1

07

VTERR

STERR

INVC

Channel 1 Gap Voltage

Channel 2

08

VTERR

STERR

INVC

Channel 2 Gap Voltage

Channel 3

09

VTERR

STERR

INVC

Channel 3 Gap Voltage

10

VTER~_

,_INVC _

Channel 4 Gap Voltage

Channel 4

-------

_J)_l'E~'L_

VHON7

VHON3

NOTE: The number of Block Transfer Read (BTR) data words will vary depending on the number of Four Channel Monitors in a system.
A system with only one Four Channel Monitor will have 11 data words (as shown above) in the BTR.
A system with a maximum of six Four Channel Monitors will have 56 words in the BTR.

PUB = Power Up or Send New Configuration.


DMISS
= PLC has missed data from the 2201 System.
ROMCHK
=System Monitor ROM Test Failure.
RAMCHK =System Monitor RAM Test Failure.
COM ERR
=System Communications Time-Out Failure.
ADERR = System Monitor Analogue to Digital Converter
Test Failure.
SYSSPI = System Monitor SPI Test Failure.
STPROG =Self Test In Progress.

VST1 to VST13 = System Monitor Voltage Node Test Failures.


VMON1 to VMON14 = Four Channel Monitor Voltage Node Test
Failures.
NOTOK = Channel is Not OK.
Danger = Channel is In Danger Alarm.
Alert = Channel is in Alert Alarm.
OVRG = Channel Is in Over Range Condition.
VALSGN =Channel Current Value Sign Bit.
VTERR
= Channel Transducer Supply Voltage Failure.
STERR
= Channel Self Test Failure.
INVC = Channel has an Invalid Configuration.

A-4

2201 Monitoring System

TestVU Interface Cable

8 TestVU Interface Cable


Use the following cables to connect the 2201 Monitoring
System to an IBM PC or compatible machine with an RS-232
cable interface. This interface is provided for the TestVU
software utility and is connected to the 9-way Static
connector on the System Monitor. The cable interface to the
System Monitor is detailed below.

8.1

9 Way RS-232 Cable Assembly


Cable Options

Part Number: 102450

- I I I I I - ITl

A I I I I I Cable Length in Feet


0010 10 feet
0025 25 feet
0050 so feet

8 ITJ Assembly Option


01 Disassembled
02 Assembled
Parts List
ITEM

PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

00580320
00580356
00580355
00581053
00581054
04404530
02172700
03300370

2
1
1
3
3

1
NR
61N

DESCRIPTION
CONNECTOR BACKSHELL
CONNECTOR P1 {9 WAY)
CONNECTOR J1 {9 WAY)
CONNECTOR P1 SOCKETS
CONNECTOR J1 PINS
TOOL, PIN EXTRACT/INSERT
CABLE, 3 TW PR
0.375 IN SHRINK TUBE

B-1

Appendices

2201 Monitoring System

Wiring Instructions
2201 SYSTEM MONITOR
CONNECTOR J1

PC RS-232
CONNECTOR P1

J1 - 7
J1 -3
J1 -2

P1 -5
P1 - 3
P1 -2

Assembly Instructions

J 1

TI
II

W IRE

TRI ~,j

DETAil
F0 R

B-2

J 1

.7.-

l I

l..!......L

lll

r0

' t

1)

IT

W IRE

TRI I.t

DET A il
FOR P 1 .

2201 Monitoring System

NOTES:

TestVU Interface Cable

1. Cable is supplied in the required length according to the sales order


number selected. See Cable Kit Options section above.

~ Cut unused wire back even with the outside jacket.

&

Mark part number on paper tag. Place under item 8 and shrink in place.

Mark cable identification (if required} on paper tag. Place under Item 8 and
shrink in place.

8.2

25 Way RS-232 Cable Assembly


Use this cable to connect the Static port on the System
Monitor to a PC.

Part Number: 102449

-I I I I I -

o:J

A I I I I I Cable Length in Feet


0010 10 feet
0025 25 feet
0050 50 feet

8 o:J Assembly Option


01 Disassembled
02 Assembled

Parts List
ITEM

PART NUMBER

QUANTITY

00580320
00580355
00502011
02201612
00581053
00581054
04404530
02172700
03300370

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

1
1
1
3
3
1
AIR
SIN

DESCRIPTION
CONNECTOR BACKSHELL
CONNECTOR J1 (9 WAY)
CONNECTOR P1 (25 WAY)
CONNECTOR BACKSHELL
CONNECTOR P1 SOCKETS
CONNECTOR J1 PINS
TOOL, PIN EXTRACT/IN$ERT
CABLE, 3 TW PR
0.375 IN SHRINK TUBE

B-3

Appendices

2201 Monitoring System

Wiring Instructions
2201 SYSTEM MONITOR
CONNECTOR J1

PC RS-232
CONNECTOR P1

J1 - 7
J1 - 3
J1 -2

P1 -7
P1 -2
P1 -3

Assembly Instructions

J 1

I St

..L1... . II

WIRE TRIM
DETAIL
F0 R J 1

B-4

Lit

..

1.11

4 t.

l.l

WIRE TRIM
OETA ll
F0 R P 1 .

2201 Monitoring System

NOTES:

TestVU Interface cable

1. Cable is supplied in the required length according to the sales order


number selected. See Cable Kit Options section above.

&

Cut unused wire back even with the outside jacket.

~ Mark part number on paper tag. Place under item 9 and shrink in place.

&

Mark cable identification (if required) on paper tag. Place under item 9 and
shrink in place.

B-5

A PLC Ladder Logic Program Example

2201 Monitoring System

C A PLC Ladder Logic Program Example


IMPORTANT NOTE: THE PROGRAMMING EXAMPLE
SHOWN BELOW IS FOR DEMONSTRATION PURPOSES
ONLY. IT SHOULD NOT BE CONSIDERED SUITABLE
FOR USE AS AN ON-LINE MONITORING OR CONTROL
SYSTEM.
The ladder logic shown below can be used to configure a
three position 220~ system, and to read monitoring data
from the system. The program has been tested using a
PLC5/~ 5 in a rack configured for single slot addressing, with
the 220~ system monitor {220~ /02-0~) in slot 1 of the PLC
rack.
Note that integer file, in this case, N5 should contain 93
elements (NS:O to N5:92).
BTR_EN
N5:68

BTU1_EN
N5:0

BTU2 EN
N5!34

BTR--------.
(EN)
BLOCK TRNSFR READ
Rack
00
Group
1 (ON)
Module
0
Control Block
N5:68 (ER)
N5:73
Data file
Length
20
Continuous
N

] / [ -- ] / [ - - ] /[

15

PUB
N5:73
]

15

BTU1_EN
NS:O

15

BTU2 EN
N5!34

rBT
BLOCK TRNSFR URITE- (EN)
Rack
00
Group
1-(ON)
Module
0
Control Block N5:0-(ER)
Data file
N5:5
Length
Z9
Continuous
N

[--]/[--]/[

15

15

15

rBT
BLOCK TRNSFR URITE
- (EN)
Rack
00
Group
1-(ON)
Module
0
Control Block
N5:34-(ER)
Data file
N5:39
Length
29
Continuous
N
t - - - - - - - - - [ E N O OF

FILE]-------~

If you use this program, you can use the 2201 configuration
software to set the configuration data and to display
monitored values. You will need to set the correct address
values for the block transfers in the configuration software.

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Appendices

2201 Monitoring System

The following table shows the PLC block transfer addresses.

Module

PLC block
transfer
address

Monitor 1 block transfer write control block

N5:0

Monitor 1 block transfer write data block

N5:5

Monitor 2 block transfer write control block

N5:34

Monitor 2 block transfer write data block

N5:39

Block transfer read control block

N5:68

Block transfer read data block

N5:73

If you have correctly entered the ladder logic program,


configured your hardware, and entered the correct data into
the 2201 configuration software, you can use the 2201
configuration software to edit monitor configurations and
display monitored values.

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Index

2201 Monitoring System

Index
A
AID Error
Acceleration
Accelerometer wiring
Alarm
Alarm status bit
Discrete data transfer
Setpoints
Time Delay
Alert
Discrete data transfer
Setpoint
Status bit

6-2
1-5
3-7
6-8
7-1
1-6, 4-4
1-6, 4-11
7-1
4-4
6-8

Danger
Discrete data transfer
Setpoint
Status bit
Default Configuration Parameters
Disassembly
Discrete Alarm Data
Channel Danger
Common System Alert
Common System Danger
Common System Not OK

7-1
4-4
6-8
4-2
2-1
7-2,
7-1'
7-1'
7-1,

7-3
7-2
7-2
7-2

E
B
Backplane, monitoring system
Barriers
Scale Factor
Setting barrier options
Wiring
Block Transfer
Reads
Writes
Buffered Outputs
Buffered Transducer Outputs

3-3
4-9
4-8
3-7
6-1
4-2
1-7
4-15

Earthing Guidelines
Errors
AID error
Invalid configuration
Monitor self test error
Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
error
Time-out error
Transducer supply error
Voltage node errors
External Barriers

c
Channel
6-8
Alert
6-8
Danger
6-8
Not OK
Over Range
6-8
Value
6-8
Common System Alert
7-1' 7-2
Common System danger
7-1' 7-2
Common System Not OK
7-1' 7-2
Configuration
Default configuration parameters
4-2
6-11
Invalid configuration status bit
Methods for configuring the system 4-1
Using configuration software
4-3
Cyclic self test
1-7

3-8
6-2
6-11
6-11
6-5
6-2
6-11

6-4

4-8

F
Filters
Four Channel Monitor
Installation
Programming
Voltage Node and SPI Errors
Four Channel Seismic Filter Board
Programming
Frequency response
Full block transfer writes
Full Scale Range

1-5
3-7
2-3
6-5
2-4
4-9
4-3
4-11

G
Gap Voltage

1-6, 6-11

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Index

2201 Monitoring System

Status bit

H
High Pass Filter
Enable
Frequency

4-18
4-18

Indicators, LEOs
Installation
Four Channel Monitors
System
System Monitor
Wiring
Integrator
Definition
Integrator position bit
Invalid Configuration

3-7
3-1, 3-3
3-7
3-7
1-6
4-15
6-11

2-4
2-2
2-3

K
1-7

Keyphasors

L
5-2,
5-1,
5-2,
5-1,

5-3
5-3
5-3
5-3

4-16
4-16

M
5-2, 5-3
5-1, 5-3
4-3
5-2, 5-3
6-11
3-3

N
Not OK
Discrete data transfer
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5-1, 5-2, 5-3


6-8
4-4

MON COM OK LED


MON OK LED
Monitor Address
MONITOR OK LED
Monitor Self Test Error
Monitoring System Backplane

0
OK LED
Over Range
Over Setpoints

5-1, 5-2

Jumper locations
Four channel seismic board
System Monitor plug-in board
Two channel seismic board

LED
MON COM OK
MON OK
MONITOR OK
PLC COM OK
Low Pass Filter
Enable
Frequency

6-8

7-1

Peak To Peak Low Frequency


~s~n~

~9

Peak to Peak Signal Level


PLC COM OK LED
5-1,
PLC Missed Data From 2201 System
Power Supply
Power Supply Requirements
Power-up self test
Power-Up/Send NeW Configuration
Proximitor Wiring
Radial Vibration

1-6
5-3
6-2
3-2
3-1
1-7
6-3
3-7
1-5

R
1-6
6-2

RMS Signal Level


ROM Test Failure

s
4-9
Scale factor
Self Test
Cyclic
1-7
4-4
Enable
6-2
In Progress
1-7
Power-up
1-8
With Calibration
Short block transfer writes
4-3
Software
1-3, 4-1, 4-3
Configuration software
1-3
TestVU
Using the PLC software to configure
block transfer writes
4-2
8-1
Specifications
SPI Communications Failure
6-2
Status Indicators
Four Channel Monitor
5-2
5-1
System Monitor
System Communications Time-Out
Error
6-2
System Configuration
4-11
Alarm Time Delay

Index

2201 Monitoring System

System Configuration (cent)


Alert Setpoint
Buffered Transducer Outputs
Danger Setpoint
External Barriers
Full Scale Range
High Pass Filter Enable
High Pass Filter Frequency
Integrator Position
Low Pass Filter Enable
Low Pass Filter Frequency
Methods for configuring the system
Monitor Address
Peak to Peak Low Frequency
Response
Self Test Enable
Thrust Direction
Thrust Over Setpoint
Thrust Position Under Setpoints
Timed OK/Channel Defeat
Transducer Scale Factor
Transducer Type
Turn Channel Off
Using configuration software
Voltage of Probe at Zero Thrust
Position
System Monitor
Installation
Programming
Voltage Node Errors
System Overview
System Programming
Four Channel Monitor
Four Channel Seismic Board
System Monitor
Two Channel Seismic Board
System Status
NO Error
Channel Alert
Channel Danger
Channel Not Ok
Channel Over Range
Channel Value
Current Value Sign
Four Channel Monitor Self Test
Voltage Node Errors
Gap Voltage
Invalid Configuration

4-4
4-15
4-4
4-8
4-11
4-18
4-18
4-15
4-16
4-16
4-1
4-3
4-9
4-4
4-15
4-4
4-22
4-15
4-9
4-19
4-8
4-3
4-5
3-7
2-2
6-4
1-1
2-3
2-4
2-2
2-3
6-2
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-5
6-11
6-11

Over Range
6-8
PLC Missed Data from 2201 System
6-2
Power Up/Send New Configuration 6-3
ROM Test Failure
6-2
Self Test Error
6-11
Self test In Progress
6-2
SPI Communications Failure
6-2
System Communications Time-Out
Error
6-2
System Monitor Voltage Node
errors
6-4
Transducer Supply Error
6-11

T
TestVU software
Thrust
Over Setpoint
Under Setpoints
Zero Voltage
Thrust Direction
Thrust Probe Zero Gap
Timed OK!Channel Defeat
1-7,
Transducer
Scale Factor
Supply Error
Type
Voltage
4-19,
Wiring Diagram
3-9,
Turn Channel Off
Two Channel Seismic Filter Board
Programming
Two-wire velocity transducer wiring

1-3
1-5
4-4
4-21
4-5
4-15
4-5
4-15
4-9
6-11
4-19
4-20
3-10
4-8
2-3
3-7

v
Velocity

1-5

w
Wiring
3-7
Accelerometer
3-7
Barriers
3-7
Four Channel Monitor
3-7
Installation Notes
3-11
Keyphasor Transducer Connection
3-10
Keyphasor Transducer Connection
With Safety Barriers
3-10

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Index

2201 Monitoring System

Wiring (cont)
Pro~m~r

System Monitor
Transducer Connection
Transducer Connection With Safety
Barriers
Two-wire velocity transducer

H
3-7
3-9

3-9
3-7

z
Zero Thrust Position

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4-7