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The 3500 Monitoring System

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Machinery Management
Components
Monitoring
Monitoring
Protection
Protection

Role of the 3500


Monitoring
System

Data Analysis
Decision Support

Machinery Monitoring
Monitoring System
Sensors

Sensors

Machinery Monitoring

Machinery Protection
Distributed Control System

Control System

Protection System
Sensors

Level 1

Sensors

Machinery Protection

Trigger relay if all four channels


indicate Danger

The 3500 Monitoring System


The 3500 is a full-feature monitoring
system that supports:
increasing plant safety
reducing plant operating costs
improving product quality
maximizing plant availability

Monitoring System
Components
3500 Monitor Racks
Computer(s)
Software
Field wiring and electronic interfaces
Transducers

System Components

Software

3500 Monitoring System


Design Goals
Fewer monitor types, multiple
application configuration
Higher monitor density
Easily extendable and expandable

3500 Monitoring System


Design Goals
Easier configuration process
using computer interface
Easier integration into other
display and control systems

Individual Monitors
Fully digital signal processing
Calculates 1X, 2X, Not1X, and Smax
Provides buffered signal outputs for each
vibration channel that allow access to
dynamic data
Provides recorder outputs on most monitors

Individual Monitors
Signal Input
Buffered Outputs

Recorder Outputs
Digital Signal Processing:
1X Amplitude & Phase
2X Amplitude & Phase
Not 1X & Smax

Computer Data Access


Supports Windows interface for data
acquisition, configuration, and display
Data can be collected on one or more
computers, and viewed from several
locations

Computer Data Access


Data Acquisition
Computer

Plant Wide Ethernet


<---Display Computers
Plant
Maintenance Machinery
Manager
Manager
Specialist

Data Display and Transfer


System can be configured to show a
machine train diagram with live data
System can be configured to provide either
real time and/or historical data
Data can be displayed on third party device
using DDE or Modbus, or on Bently
Nevadas own LCD remote displays

Computer Display Examples

3500/93 Remote Display

Wiring and Configuration


Direct termination at monitor I/O module, or
external termination
Transducer configuration, time delay, trip
multiply and more are easily configured
Relay energize conditions are easily
programmable for various logical conditions

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Internal & External


Terminations

Monitor Configuration

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Computer Relay Configuration

Redundancy and Support


Two power supplies support redundancy
Hot Swappable monitors and power
supplies can be removed and installed
during system operation
Keyphasors can be implemented as backups
for each other

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Redundant Power Supplies

Hot Swappable Monitors

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Backup Keyphasors Available

Alarms and Operations


Alarm setpoints can be digitally configured
without reconfiguring monitor
System maintains alarm and rack operation
history, including time and date stamps
Rack and monitors can be reset from
software

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Monitor Access and Control

3500 Monitoring System


Special Extensions
Overspeed Protection System - two or three
voting monitors that can quickly shut down
a machine that has increased speed to
dangerous levels
Triple Modular Redundant - system
configuration that supports three voting
monitors acting as one

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Redundant Systems

Overspeed
Protection
System

Redundant Systems

Triple
Modular
Redundant
Systems

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3500 Monitoring System


Communication
Temporary or permanent RS232 or RS422
connection to back of Rack Interface
Module (RIM)
Temporary RS232 connection to front of
RIM

3500 Monitoring System


Communication
Network connection to rack through
communications gateway module
Serial and/or network connection from rack
to other system via Modbus protocol
Dynamic and static communication to the
Data Manager 2000 data acquisition
system

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3500 Monitoring System


Communication
RS232/422
Connectivity

Network Connectivity
Bently or Modbus

Data Manager
Connectivity

Modbus
Connectivity

RS232
Connectivity

Review
Machinery management components
Role of 3500 monitoring system
Monitoring system design goals
Individual monitor features
Computer data access features
Data display and transfer features

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Review
Wiring and configuration features
Redundancy and support features
Alarm and operational features
Special extensions
Communications features

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