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Microlog

GX Series Data Collector/Analyzer

Supports the GX-M and GX-S Series Microlog Systems

User Manual Part No. 32001200-EN Revision A

User Manual

SKF Reliability Systems

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SKF Reliability Systems Limited Warranty

Subject to the terms and conditions contained herein, SKF warrants to the Buyer that for the warranty period indicated below the products sold by SKF that are listed below (the “Products”), when properly installed, maintained and operated, will be free from defects in material and workmanship and shall be fit for the ordinary purposes for which the Products are designed.

BUYER’S LIMITED REMEDIES This limited warranty defines SKF’s sole and exclusive liability and Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy for any claim arising out of, or related to, any alleged deficiency in any Product sold by SKF, even if such claim is based on tort (including negligence or strict liability), breach of contract, or any other legal theory.

the ProductUpon receipt of timely

If the Product does not conform to this limited warranty, Buyer must notify SKF or SKF’s authorized service representative within thirty (30) days of discovery of the nonconformity; provided, however, that SKF shall not be liable for any claim for which notice is received by SKF more than thirty (30) days following the expiration of the applicable warranty period for notification from Buyer, SKF may, at its sole option, modify, repair, replace the Product, or reimburse Buyer for any payment made by Buyer to SKF for the purchase price of the Product, with such reimbursement being pro rated over the warranty period.

Except as expressly provided below, the warranty period for each Product shall commence on the date the Product is shipped by SKF to Buyer.

90-DAY WARRANTY

Products warranted for ninety (90) days by SKF are as follows: cable assemblies, MARLIN® QuickConnect (MQC), magnetic temperature probes, and all refurbished equipment.

Products warranted for one (1) year by SKF are as follows: all Microlog® products and accessories, all MARLIN® data managers (MDM), all MARLIN® Condition Detectors (MCD), all Multilog Condition Monitoring Units (CMU), Multilog Local Monitoring Units (LMU), all Vibration PenPlus, all transmitters, all SKF software, all Monitor Interface Modules (MIM), all Mechanical Condition Transmitters (MCT), MicroVibe P and Custom Products with the prefix of CMCP (with the exception of any consumable or expendable items).

Products warranted for two (2) years by SKF are as follows:

All standard Eddy Probes, Eddy Probe Drivers, and Eddy Probe Extension Cables, all standard seismic sensors (accelerometers and velocity transducers), and all M800A and VM600 Machinery Monitoring Systems.

For all On-Line Systems that have satisfied Criteria 1 and 2 below, the warranty period shall be either thirty (30) months from the date the On-Line System is shipped by SKF to Buyer, two (2) years from the date the On-Line System is installed and commissioned by SKF, or two (2) years from the date on which the installation of the On-Line System has been audited and commissioned by SKF or its authorized service representative, whichever period ends first.

Criteria 1. Devices used with a Multilog Condition Monitoring Unit (CMU), Multilog Local

Monitoring Unit (LMU), including, but not limited to, the sensing device, the interconnect cabling, junction boxes, if any, and the communications interface, must consist only of SKF-supplied or SKF-approved devices and/or components. The computer provided by Buyer must meet the requirements stipulated by SKF.

Criteria 2. SKF or its authorized service representative has installed the On-Line System or has audited the installation and commissioned the On-Line System.

“On-Line Systems” are defined as systems consisting of Multilog Condition Monitoring Unit(s) (CMU), Multilog Local Monitoring Unit(s) (LMU), and any sensing or input devices, the interconnect cabling between the sensing or input devices and the Multilog Condition Monitoring Unit(s) (CMU), Multilog Local Monitoring Unit(s) (LMU), and the cabling between the Multilog Condition Monitoring Unit (CMU), Multilog Local Monitoring Unit (LMU) and the proprietary SKF communications interface with the host computer.

Any SKF product supplied hereunder but not covered by this limited warranty shall be either covered by the applicable SKF limited warranty then in place for such product or, if no such warranty exists, shall be covered by the 90-day warranty stated above.

For any third party products sold to Buyer by SKF, SKF will transfer to Buyer any warranties made by the applicable third party product vendor to the extent such warranties are transferable.

As a condition to SKF’s warranty obligations hereunder and if requested or authorized in writing by SKF, Buyer shall forward to SKF any Product claimed by Buyer as being defective.

SKF’s factory or authorized service center

Buyer shall prepay all transportation charges to SKF will bear the cost of shipping any replacement Products to Buyer. Buyer agrees to pay SKF’s invoice for the then-current price of any replacement Product furnished to Buyer by SKF, if the Product that was replaced is later determined by SKF to conform to this limited warranty.

SKF shall not be obligated under this limited warranty or otherwise for normal wear and tear or for any Product which, following shipment and any installation by SKF (if required by the contract with the Buyer), has, in SKF’s sole judgment, been subjected to accident, abuse, misapplication, improper mounting or remounting, improper lubrication, improper repair or alteration, or maintenance, neglect, excessive operating conditions or for defects caused by or attributable to the Buyer, including without limitation Buyer’s failure to comply with any written instructions provided to Buyer by SKF.

SKF shall be free to conduct such tests, investigations and analysis of the Products returned to SKF, as it deems reasonable and proper in the exercise of its sole judgment. As a further condition to SKF’s obligations hereunder, Buyer shall offer its reasonable cooperation to SKF in the course of SKF’s review of any warranty claim, including, by way of example only, Buyer’s providing to SKF any and all information as to service, operating history, mounting, wiring, or re-lubrication of the Product which is the subject of the Buyer’s warranty claim.

EXCEPT WARRANTY OF TITLE AND FOR THE WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN HEREIN, IT IS UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED THAT: (a) SKF MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTY, REPRESENTATION OR INDEMNIFICATION, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR NONINFRINGEMENT; (b) IN NO EVENT SHALL SKF BE LIABLE OR OBLIGATED FOR SPECIAL,

EXEMPLARY, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL, DIRECT, INDIRECT, GENERAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BY WAY OF EXAMPLE ONLY, LOST PROFITS OR SAVINGS, LOSS OF BUSINESS OR LOSS OF USE) OR ANY OTHER LOSS, COST OR EXPENSE IN CONNECTION WITH THE PRODUCTS AND RELATED SERVICES, IF ANY, PROVIDED BY SKF, AND THIS DISCLAIMER SHALL EXTEND AS WELL TO ANY LIABILITY FOR NONPERFORMANCE CAUSED BY SKF’S GROSS OR ORDINARY NEGLIGENCE, AND IN ALL CASES REGARDLESS OF WHETHER OR NOT ANY OF THE FOREGOING WERE FORESEEABLE OR THAT SKF WAS ADVISED AS TO THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, LOSS, COST, OR EXPENSE; AND (c) NO PERSON HAS BEEN

The exclusive remedies provided in this limited warranty shall not be deemed to have failed of their essential purpose so long as SKF is willing and able to perform to the extent and in the manner prescribed in this limited warranty.

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Microlog – GX Series TOC - 1 User Manual

Table of Contents

About This Manual1-1
What is the GX Series Microlog System?1-2
The GX Series Microlog Main Screen1-5
GX Series Microlog Buttons and Keypad1-7
How to Use the Buttons and Keypad1-8
Battery Operations1-13
Microlog System Connections1-15
PC Memory Card Operation1-18
Your Microlog1-18
GX Series Microlog Specifications1-19

Introduction to the GX Series Microlog 1 How to Perform a Hard Reset on

System Settings2-1
Global Measurement Settings2-4
Troubleshooting2-8
Station (optional)2-9

How to Set Up Your GX Series Microlog 2 The GX Series Microlog Docking

Overview3-1
How to Set Communication Parameters3-1
ROUTE Data with the GX Series Microlog3-2
Selecting Operators3-4
How to Collect ROUTE Measurements3-4
Viewing Dynamic Measurement Data3-9
How to View POINT Setup Information3-12
How to Collect Process Measurements3-13
How to Attach Coded Notes3-15
Speed Tagging3-16
Using a Temporarily Attached Pickup3-18
Hints for Efficient Data Collection3-18
Spectral Banding3-19
Multi-Point Automation (MPA)3-19

ROUTE Data Collection 3 How to Download and Upload ROUTEs and

TOC - 2 Microlog – GX Series User Manual

How to Review Dynamic Measurement Data4-1
(MPA) Data4-5
Measurement Data4-6
Reviewing Non-ROUTE Measurement Data4-7

How to Review Multi-POINT Automation How to Review Process (Static)

Overview5-1
Non ROUTE Mode Operations5-1
ROUTE Measurements5-2
Non-ROUTE Data5-5
How to Set Up HFD Measurements5-1
Measurement Data5-12

The Non ROUTE Module 5 How to Collect Pre-set Non How to Collect “User” Defined How to Review Non-ROUTE

OverviewA-1
Two Channel Operation - Instrument DetailsA-1
DataA-14
Viewing POINT InformationA-17

Two Channel Analyzer Module A Two Channel Operation - Measurement Types...A-2 How to Review Two Channel Non-ROUTE

Microlog Balancing OverviewB-1
Single-Plane Balancing OverviewB-1
ProcedureB-3
How to Perform a Single-Plane ProcedureB-7
Two-Plane Balancing Procedure OverviewB-19
How to Set Up a Two-Plane ProcedureB-21
How to Perform a Two-Plane ProcedureB-23
How to Set Up a Static-Couple ProcedureB-35
How to Perform a Static-Couple ProcedureB-35

Machinery Balancing Module B How to Set Up the Microlog for a Single-Plane Static-Couple Balancing Procedure Overview...B-34

Microlog Bump Test OverviewC-1
To Perform a Bump TestC-3

Bump Test Module C

OverviewD-1

Data Recorder Module D How to Set Up a Data Recording Measurement.D-1 Previewing the Measurement..................................D-4

Microlog – GX Series TOC - 3 User Manual

Recording the MeasurementD-5
Saving Recorder DataD-6

Glossary of Terms

Index

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