Fluke Australia has introduced the Fluke 810 vibration analysers which enable maintenance teams to rapidly collect data, diagnose and solve mechanical problems through the use of vibration testing with an affordable, easy to use tool.
The handheld Fluke 810 is designed and programmed to diagnose the most common mechanical problems and failures such as:
- Mechanical equipment
- Belts and chain drives
- Closed coupled machines
When Fluke 810 vibration analysers detect a fault and identifies the cause, they rates its severity on a four-level scale to help the maintenance professional prioritise maintenance tasks, and recommend repairs. Context-sensitive on-board help menus provide new users with real-time guidance and tips.
The Fluke 810 vibration analysers use a simple step-by-step process to report on machine faults the first time measurements are taken, without prior measurement history. The combination of plain-text diagnoses, severity ratings and repair recommendations helps users make better maintenance decisions and address critical problems first which supports financial and time constraints.
The Fluke 810 is designed specifically for maintenance professionals who need to troubleshoot mechanical problems and quickly understand the root cause of equipment condition.
Mechanical diagnosis begins when the user places the Fluke triaxial TEDS accelerometer on the machine under test which has a magnetic mount and can be installed by attaching a mounting pad using adhesive. A quick-disconnect cable connects the accelerometer to the Fluke 810 analyser. As the machine under test operates, the accelerometer detects its vibration along three planes of movement and transmits that information to the Fluke 810. With the use of advanced algorithms, the vibration testers provide a diagnosis with a recommended solution.
Compared to typical Evaluation techniques, vibration analysers used in condition-based monitoring or predictive maintenance programs rely upon these baseline conditions to evaluate machine condition and estimate remaining operating life.
Using a unique technology, the Fluke 810 determines fault severity to simulate a fault-free condition and establish a baseline for instant data gathering and comparison.
The Fluke 810 Vibration analysers scomes with the following items:
- Triaxial TEDS accelerometer
- Accelerometer magnet mount
- Accelerometer mounting pad kit with adhesive
- Accelerometer quick-disconnect cable
- Laser tachometer and storage pouch
- Smart battery pack with cable and adapters
- Shoulder strap
- Adjustable hand strap
- Viewer PC application software
- Mini-USB to USB cable
- Getting Started Guide
- Illustrated Quick Reference Guide
- User Manual CD-ROM
- Hard carrying case