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Quick Reference Guide Measurement Tips

Data Transfer
LED Status Vibration Severity Per ISO 10816-1 Severity Scale Export Data
Machine Class I Class II Class II Class III No repair action is recommended.
Small Medium Large Rigid Large Soft
in/s mm/s No immediate repair action is required. Increase the frequency
Machines Machines Foundation Foundation

Vibration Meter
90˚ of measurements and monitor the condition of the machine.
0.01 0.28
Have a knowledgeable vibration technician conduct
805 0.02 0.45
more advanced tests at the earliest opportunity. Consider
0.03 0.71 GOOD

Vibration Velocity Vrms
maintenance action at the next planned downtime or
0.04 1.12 maintenance period.
Vibration sensor Flashlight
0.07 1.80 Have a knowledgeable vibration technician conduct more
0.11 2.80 SATISFACTORY advanced tests as soon as possible. Consider immediate
0.18 4.50
shutdown of the machine to make repairs and prevent failure.
SAVE

0.28 7.10 UNSATISFACTORY
0.44 11.20 Crest Factor + (CF+)
LCD IR temperature 0.70 18.00
sensor Green On Green Off Red On The Meter operates with a proprietary algorithm called Crest Factor + (CF+). To
1.10 28.00 UNACCEPTABLE make interpretation easy for the user, the CF+ value shows a severity range. The
Green Off Push the sensor tip onto the test Data measurement Error, insufficient
surface, on solid metal, as close is complete. force or time 1.77 45.90 higher the CF+ value is, the more the bearing damage.
as possible to the bearing. Apply duration, no data
the compression force until measurement. The CF+ value shows for each measurement in the Bearing field on the Meter
green LED is off.
display. Push  and  to toggle between the CF+ value and the high frequency
vibration level in units of acceleration.
USB port Sensor Placement

Power on/off External Audio port Meter Display Trending
Push  before you
sensor port apply the Meter to the test
Measure The product CD supplies a custom Microsoft Excel template that helps you to evaluate
surface.
Backlight on/off the measurements. See Export Data in the Users Manual for more information about
Navigation the template and measurement plots.
High Frequency Bearing Vibration
Flashlight on/off 4,000 Hz to 20,000 Hz (CF+)
Enter

Save
Overall Vibration
Memory Frequency Range: Overall Vibration
Setup
10 Hz to 1,000 Hz

Status LED For the best measurements, use these guidelines:
• Push  and position the Meter perpendicular to the test surface.
Connector cover • Push the sensor tip onto the test surface, on solid metal, and as close to the bearing as possible
Temperature
until the green LED turns on. IR Temperature
• Hold Meter in position with a consistent force until the green LED turns off. The test results show -20 ◦C to 200 ◦C
on the display.
PN 4045074 May 2012, Rev.1 9/12
© 2012 Fluke Corporation. All rights reserved. Printed in China.

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