Our modules perform real-time measurements of dynamic signals within a frequency band centered on the running speed of a machine, any multiple of running speed, or within any specific frequency range. True real-time measurements are often required as part of the monitoring solution for many classes of industrial and aeroderivative gas turbines, such as the Rolls Royce® Trent® engine and the General Electric® LM2500™ engine.
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.