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XM-123 Aeroderivative Module

The XM® 123 Aeroderivative Modules are two-channel monitors designed specifically for monitoring industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines. Each channel can be configured with either a tracking filter or a bandpass filter to perform real-time measurements of the vibration within the specified frequency range. These modules can operate stand-alone, with no interface to higher-level systems. In addition, they can communicate on DeviceNet™ networks to provide real-time data and status information to other XM modules, programmable controllers, distributed control systems, and condition monitoring systems.

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  • Dynamic inputs measure eddy current transducer, accelerometer, and voltage signals
  • Tachometer input measures speed from 1 to 1.2M RPM from a pulse signal of 1…50,000 events per revolution
  • Two isolated 4…20 mA outputs
  • Communicate via DeviceNet™ network
  • Single on-board relay
  • Four virtual relays or four additional relays (when connected to an XM® 441 Expansion Relay Module)


  • XM-123 Aeroderivative Modules


  • UL, CSA, EEX, CE, C-Tick

Certifications apply when product is marked. See our Product Certification site for Declarations of Conformity, certificates and other certification details.


Use the pre-programmed faceplates and templates in FactoryTalk View performance and visbility software to interface XM® modules that are integrated with Logix5000™ controllers.

  • FactoryTalk® View Machine Edition software is ideal for machines and small processes.
  • FactoryTalk View Site Edition software is ideal for enterprise solutions.

Use Emonitor software for predictive maintenance analysis.

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Additional software products are available from Rockwell Software.


XM Monitoring Modules Specifications Technical Data1440-TD001
XM-12x Dynamic Measurement Modules Installation InstructionsENMON-IN120
XM-123 Aeroderivative Module User ManualGMSI10-UM003
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The XM® 123 Aeroderivative modules are designed specifically for monitoring aeroderivative and industrial gas turbine engines, such as the General Electric® LM2500™ engine, where high performance filtering is required.

Customer Success

  • Condition Monitoring Case Studies — View our case studies site to discover how customers have applied Allen-Bradley® Condition Monitoring products in their applications.