Requires External Hardware    

iRotorBalance SP1 is a technical tool for balancing of rotating machinery in single plane using the four-runs method. The iPad application connects to the hardware to collect the vibration data with the accelerometer and calculates the correction balancing weight and its angular position.

iRotorBal SP1 requires external hardware for proper operation. A complete hardware package, including an iPad, data acquisition and an external accelerometer (by GTI Spindle Technology) is available. Please contact Motionics LLC for the details at info@motionics.com

 


 

Specifications:

- 10kHz bandwidth spectrum


1: Spectrum/Waveform Selector: When active () plot will show the vibration frequency spectrum (FFT) and when inactive plot will show the vibration signal waveform. This option cannot be changed while in pause mode.
2: Auto Marker Vibration Amplitude Selector: When active in the FFT mode, the red marker will automatically show the higher peak amplitude and frequency.  The values for this marker will appear in the top-right corner of the plot.  This option will work in both, running and in pause mode.
3: Touch Marker Vibration Amplitude Selector: When active in the FFT mode, the green marker will appear in the plot.  This marker can be manually moved to the desired position with one finger touch.  The amplitude and frequency values for this marker will appear in the top-right corner of the plot. This option will work in both, running and in pause mode.
4: RMS Vibration Amplitude Selector: When active in the FFT mode, the Overall RMS amplitude value will appear in the top-right corner of the plot. This option will work in both, running and in pause mode.
5: Acceleration Selector: When active the plot will show the acceleration spectrum of the vibration signal, the units will be G’s.  This option cannot be changed in pause mode or in the waveform plot.
6: Velocity Selector: When active the plot will show the velocity spectrum of the vibration signal, the units will be ips (inches per second).  This option cannot be changed in pause mode, and is not available in the waveform plot.
7: Pause Selector: When active, this option will pause the data acquisition, but the rest of the features will be active (markers, changing the frequency or time scale).  
8: Amplitude Scale: Amplitude value of the vertical scale of the plot.
9: Frequency or Time Scale: Frequency value of the horizontal scale of the spectrum plot or the time value of the horizontal scale of the waveform plot.  The maximum frequency scale value is 600,000 CPM and the maximum time scale value is 93 mili-seconds.
10: Amplitude and Frequency Markers: Values of the amplitude and/or frequency for the Auto, Touch or RMS vibration amplitude options (2), (3) and (4).   The amplitude is in G’s for acceleration and ips for velocity, the frequency is in CPM.
11: Amplitude and Frequency Markers: Marker lines for the amplitude and frequency for the Auto and Touch vibration amplitude options (2) and (3).
12: Calibration Option: The amplitude vibration values can be calibrated to a reference 1G vibration signal.  See the Calibration Help Section.
13: Change the Horizontal Scale: Pinch with two fingers horizontally to change the frequency bandwidth in the spectrum or to change the time scale in the waveform.
14: Close Plot: Touch to close the vibration signal plot.