CSI 9200 Link Application

(Addendum)

Table of Contents

1. Overview.......................................................................................................3
2. Introduction to the CSI 9210 Link Applicaiton ..........................................3
2.1 System Requirements ............................................................................3
2.2 Precautions.............................................................................................4
2.3 Activating the CSI 9200 Link Application ................................................4
2.4 Help (On-Board) .....................................................................................4
3. Main Screen .................................................................................................4
3.1 Update Firmware Key .............................................................................5
3.2 Event Manager Key ................................................................................6
3.3 Job Manager Key ...................................................................................6
3.4 File Manager Key ...................................................................................6
4. ALT Main Screen..........................................................................................6
4.1 Exit Key ..................................................................................................7
4.2 Reset Event Buffers................................................................................7
4.3 Reset All Buffers.....................................................................................7
5. Connecting the CSI 2130 to the CSI 9210 ..................................................7
6. Updating CSI 9210 Firmware ......................................................................9
6.1 Abort Update Key .................................................................................10
6.2 ↑ Message and ↓ Message Keys .........................................................11
6.3 Exit Key ................................................................................................12
7. Event Manager ...........................................................................................12
7.1 Select/Deselect Key .............................................................................14
7.2 Select/Deselect All Key.........................................................................14
7.3 Update User Data and Do NOT Update User Data Key .......................14
7.4 Save Selected Events Key ...................................................................15
7.4.1 Abort Saving Events Key...............................................................15
7.5 ↑ Event and ↓ Event Keys ....................................................................15
7.6 ↑ Filter and ↓ Filter Keys ......................................................................15
8. ALT Event Manager Screen ......................................................................16
8.1 Save All Data Key.................................................................................16
8.2 Include Engineering Data and DO NOT Include Engineering Data Key16
9. Job Manager ..............................................................................................17
9.1 Select/Deselect Key .............................................................................17
9.2 Select/Deselect All Key.........................................................................17
9.3 Create Analyze Job(s) Key ...................................................................17
9.3.1 Abort Job Creation Key .................................................................18
9.4 ↑ Event and ↓ Event Keys ....................................................................18
10. View Job List Key...................................................................................18
10.1 ↑ Job and ↓ Job Keys...........................................................................19
10.2 Delete Analyze Job Key........................................................................19
11. File Manager ...........................................................................................19
11.1 Delete Firmware File ............................................................................20

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11.2 Select Firmware File .............................................................................20
11.3 Select Data File ....................................................................................21
11.4 Delete Data File....................................................................................21
11.5 Connect For Transfer ...........................................................................21
11.6 ↑ Pkg File and ↓ Pkg File Keys ............................................................21
11.7 Change Location Key ...........................................................................21
11.8 ↑ Data File and ↓ Data File Keys..........................................................21
12. Analyze Job Data ...................................................................................22
13. Transferring Files and Jobs to and from the PC .................................23
13.1 On the Analyzer Side............................................................................24
13.2 Set Storage Location ............................................................................25
13.3 On the PC Side.....................................................................................25

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firmware updates. For questions related specifically to the CSI 9210 refer to the CSI 9210 Machinery Health™ Transmitter Reference Manual (P/N 97404). For questions related specifically to the CSI 2130 refer to the 2130 RBMconsultant Pro® Reference Manual (P/N 97017). waveform.11. • Compatible with the CSI 2130 running version 8. which allows the CSI 2130 to be used as an intermediate device for the purpose of transferring files between the CSI 9210 Machinery Health™ Transmitter and a PC. CSI 9210 customers.1 System Requirements The CSI 9200 Link application is: • Serialized to match the serial number of a specific CSI 2130 analyzer.0 or later. 2. OVERVIEW This addendum describes the operation of the new CSI 9200 Link application for the CSI 2130 Machinery Health Analyzer. For questions related specifically to the AMS Machinery Manager Data Transfer program refer to the on-board help documentation. as well as Emerson Support and Services personnel. product issues. they will be able to: • Acquire additional data using the CSI 2130 and have it and the CSI 9210 data stored together as a single CSI 2130 Analyze job. 2. • Provide CSI 9210 customers and Emerson personnel (at customer sites) with the tools necessary to download and analyze spectral. and strip chart data related to event occurrences when the CSI 9210 issues an alert. are empowered with the tools and infrastructure needed to: • Update CSI 9210 product firmware by allowing Emerson support personnel to email firmware updates directly to end users so the firmware can be updated on site.0 3 . or analysis issues). Additionally. If the application and analyzer serial numbers do not match contact Product Support. • Download and permanently store CSI 9210 job data in an AMS™ Suite: Machinery Health™ Manager database of their choice. there was no convenient and timely way to troubleshoot and resolve them. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE CSI 9210 LINK APPLICAITON Prior to the CSI 9200 Link application. With the release of the CSI 9200 Link application. when CSI 9210 product issues arose (such as. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 1.3.0 or later firmware and AMS™ Suite: Machinery Health™ Manager software version 5.

2 Precautions The following precautions are in addition to those listed in the CSI 9210 and CSI 2130 reference manuals: • Do not connect any device to the CSI 9210 and CSI 2130 other than those specified for these two pieces of equipment.4 Help (On-Board) If questions about a feature arise after the application is activated. a message will be displayed in that section informing you that no firmware update files could be found. If further help is required. From this screen various operations such as updating CSI 9210 firmware and managing events. If none have been downloaded.3 Activating the CSI 9200 Link Application With the CSI 9200 Link application downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer press the key labeled “9200 Link” located on the CSI 2130’s Alt/Home screen to activate it. MAIN SCREEN When the CSI 9200 Link application is first activated. If none have been extracted. then press the Change Location key. 2. a CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. press the File Manager key. 2. Displayed at the very top of the screen are the active memory location and the amount of available memory in that location. dust. if more than one memory location is available. 3. • Be careful of environmental contaminates (e. moisture. • If the CSI 9210 is located in a hazardous area. To change the location. chemicals) in and around the CSI 9210 when opening the enclosure door(s). the Main screen is displayed (Figures 1 and 2). Displayed in the upper half of the screen is the file name and date/time of the selected CSI 9210 firmware update file downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer from the PC. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 2. On some screens additional help is available by pressing the Help key twice. • Do not touch any of the electronics inside the CSI 9210 since it can result in a static discharge which can damage the electronics.0 4 . then press the button for the feature in question and a detailed explanation for that feature will be displayed. press the Help key.g. Displayed in the lower half of the screen is the selected data file extracted to the CSI 2130 analyzer from the CSI 9210 (Figure 1). refer to the appropriate section(s) in this addendum. do not open the enclosure door(s) without the proper work permits. jobs. and files are initiated.

CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. Figure 1 Figure 2 3.1 Update Firmware Key Use the Update Firmware option to update the firmware in the CSI 9210. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) message will be displayed in that section informing you that no data files could be found (Figure 2).0 5 . This key is only active when a CSI 9210 firmware update file resides in the active memory location in the CSI 2130. Refer to the “Updating CSI 9210 Firmware” section of this document for more information about this option.

Refer to the “Event Manager” section of this document for more information about this option. Figure 3 CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1.4 File Manager Key Use the File Manager option to perform various operations such as deleting the CSI 9210 firmware file downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer from the PC. and connecting to the PC in order to transfer files between the two devices. To return the keys to their original functions press the Alt key a second time. deleting data files downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer from the CSI 9210.2 Event Manager Key Use the Event Manager option to view and retrieve event data from the CSI 9210. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 3. ALT MAIN SCREEN From the Main screen press the Alt key to display some additional function keys (Figure 3). Refer to the “File Manager” section of this document for more information about this option. Refer to the “Job Manager” section of this document for more information about this option. 3. This key is only active when an event data file is available.3 Job Manager Key Use the Job Manager option to create Analyze jobs containing event data.0 6 . changing memory locations. 4. 3.

0 7 .1 Exit Key Use this Exit key to exit the CSI 9200 Link application and advance to the CSI 2130 Home screen. Before proceeding with this procedure we recommend that you retrieve any data from the CSI 9210 that may be important.2 Reset Event Buffers Use the Reset Event Buffers option to clear the CSI 9210 event buffer. If you answer no. Once you answer yes to the warning message all data will be lost. 5. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 4.3 Reset All Buffers Use the Reset All Buffers option to clear all the CSI 9210 history buffers. then the operation is aborted. Before the buffers are cleared. a warning message will be displayed asking you if this is truly the operation you wish to perform. then the operation is aborted. Caution! Use extreme caution with this option when the event buffer contains important data. then all the data stored in all the buffers will be cleared. as shown in Figure 4. a warning message will be displayed asking you if this is truly the operation you wish to perform. CONNECTING THE CSI 2130 TO THE CSI 9210 Before communication with the CSI 9210 can be established. Before proceeding with this procedure we recommend that you retrieve any data from the CSI 9210 that may be important. open the door to the upper section of the transmitter and carefully connect the cable’s 6-pin connector to the serial port located in the lower left corner of the circuit board. 4. 4. If you answer no.048 meters) in length. To address various mounting locations the cable is 10 feet (3. Caution! Use extreme caution with this option when any of the buffers contain important data. To connect the cable to the CSI 2130. If you answer yes. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. There are two connector blocks located in this corner so be sure to connect to the one on the far left side. Before the event buffer is cleared. To connect the cable to the CSI 9210. connect the cable’s 25-pin connector to the RS232 serial port located on the top panel of the analyzer. Once you answer yes to the warning message all data will be lost. If you answer yes. the CSI 2130 and the CSI 9210 must be connected together using the D25153 Serial Cable. then all the data stored in the event buffer will be cleared.

g. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Warning! Be sure to obtain the appropriate approvals before opening and accessing the upper section of the CSI 9210 if the transmitter is located in a hazardous area. physical contact with the electronics and electronic circuit boards needs to be avoided. Caution! To prevent damage to the CSI 9210 and the serial cable. water dust. information will be transferred between the two devices at a rate of 115. Environmental contaminants e. hold the cable firmly at the connector end of the cable. Do not tug on the cable itself.2k baud. Caution! To prevent damage to the CSI 9210 and prevent a potential reliability issue from exposing electronics to the environment be sure the environment in which the CSI 9210 is located is conducive to opening the upper section of the CSI 9210. Additionally. Figure 4 Note Once communication is established. and corrosive gases and chemicals need to be prevented from entering into the CSI 9210 housing or coming in contact with the electronic circuit boards. be sure the cable connector’s locking tab is facing upwards. when connecting the cable to the 6-pin serial connector. Also.0 8 . when connecting and disconnecting the cable to and from the 6-pin serial connector. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1.

The update procedure will consist of validating the firmware. a warning message will be displayed asking you if this is truly the operation you wish to perform (Figure 5). then all the data not stored in flash memory will be cleared. an error will occur informing you that the firmware validation failed. 8. checking the hardware in the CSI 9210 being updated. and 9). CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 6. Before the update procedure starts. If the connection between the two devices is not done. If you answer yes. then the operation is aborted. Refer to the “Connecting the CSI 2130 to the CSI 9210” section of this document for more information about connecting the CSI 2130 and the CSI 9210 together. Note One of the most important things to remember before proceeding with the update procedure is to connect the CSI 2130 and the CSI 9210 together using the D25153 Serial Cable. UPDATING CSI 9210 FIRMWARE Use the Update Firmware option to update the firmware in the CSI 9210. Caution! Use extreme caution with this option when the CSI 9210 contains important data. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. and replacing any modules needing to be updated (Figures 6. Before proceeding with this procedure we recommend that you retrieve any data from the CSI 9210 that may be important. Once you answer yes to the warning message all data not stored in flash memory will be lost. the update procedure is automatic.0 9 . Figure 5 Once initiated. If you answer no.

once the procedure is complete. Unless otherwise specified. The update procedure may be resumed at any point and. If this is the case then the CSI 9210 will be left in a state where it will not operate normally.0 10 . If the CSI 9210’s CPLD (Complex Programmable Logic Device) version is not up to date a message will be displayed informing you of this (Figure 7). CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Figure 6 6. the CSI 9210 will come up and run normally. this message is for informational purposes only.1 Abort Update Key Use the Abort Update option to abort the update procedure at anytime during the procedure. Press the Enter key to continue with the update procedure and the Back to abort the update procedure. an updated CPLD is not required to update the firmware in the CSI 9210. Caution! Any firmware modules that have been updated at the point the update procedure is aborted will remain on the CSI 9210. Figure 7 CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. however.

CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Note Updating the CPLD is not something you can do yourself. Displayed at the bottom of the screen is the progress bar for this operation.0 11 .2 ↑ Message and ↓ Message Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Message keys during and after the update procedure to maneuver up and down through the list of messages displayed. If you have any questions about the latest CPLD update version or wish to have the CPLD updated contact Product Support. 6. Figure 8 CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. These keys are only active when more than one message is listed.

Just below the Location is the total file size of selected event data and below that is the estimated amount of time it CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. If the communication link between the two is not there when this option is selected a warning message will be displayed. 7. From this screen all the event data residing in the CSI 9210 can be viewed and retrieved (downloaded and stored in the CSI 2130). Refer to the “Change Location Key” section of this document for information on how to change the location if more than one memory location is available. Displayed at the very top of the screen are the active memory location and the amount of available memory in that location. This key is only active after the update procedure is complete. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Figure 9 6. if so desired. EVENT MANAGER When the Event Manager option is selected and a communication link between the CSI 2130 and the CSI 9210 has been established.3 Exit Key Use this Exit key to return to the Main screen once the update procedure is complete. Note Before selecting this option a communication link between the CSI 2130 and the CSI 9210 has to be established. the CSI 9210 Event Manager screen is displayed (Figure11). Refer to the “Connecting the CSI 2130 to the CSI 9210” section of this document for more information about connecting the CSI 2130 to the CSI 9210.0 12 .

reference data will be acquired. the event’s severity (Fault. and Alert) if the event was a PlantWeb® Alert and the date/time in which the event was generated. Reference data is spectral data acquired and stored in the CSI 9210 which has a relationship to the first set of baseline data that potentially can be stored. Displayed in the upper half of the screen is the event. Any time the power to the CSI 9210 is cycled or the motor goes from the “off” state to the “on” state. Warning. Note Although non-PlantWeb Alert events (such as user data and reference data) may be included in the event list they are not included as part of the Event Filter. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. This filter is used to reduce the amount of information displayed in the upper section of the screen.0 13 . Fault Warning Alert non-PWA Figure 10 Displayed in the lower half of the screen is the Event Filter. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) would take to transfer the selected event data from the CSI 9210 to the CSI 2130. The symbols in Figure 10 are used for quick identification of an event severity and PWA status. Pressing the Enter or Reset key will exit out of the Event Manager and return you back to the Main screen.

and do not wish to retrieve any other event data just select the Update User Data option. Pressing this key toggles it between the two options.0 14 . By default User Data is not included when saving event data. which may or may not be associated with a PlantWeb Alert.2 Select/Deselect All Key Use the Select/Deselect All key to select all (place a check mark just to the left of all event icons) and deselect all (remove all check marks) events. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Figure 11 7. 7. Updating the user data event prompts the CSI 9210 to acquire a current set of vibration data which may or may not be associated with a PlantWeb Alert. or if the event has already been selected. If you only wish to retrieve the latest set of data. then select the Save Selected Events option. 7.3 Update User Data and Do NOT Update User Data Key Use the Update User Data option to update the latest user data event stored in the CSI 9210. Select the Do NOT Update User Data option if you do not want to update the user data event stored in the CSI 9210. to deselect the event (remove the check mark). a user data event will be saved and then retrieved from the CSI 9210. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. If there is no user data event in the current event list and you select this option.1 Select/Deselect Key Use the Select/Deselect key to select the highlighted event (place a check mark just to the left of the event icon).

7.0 15 . These keys are only active when more than one event is listed.4 Save Selected Events Key Use the Save Selected Events option to retrieve the selected events from the CSI 9210 and save them to the CSI 2130 (Figure 12). if more than one event is retrieved. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Note If you set this option to something other than its default it will revert back to its default whenever you exit the CSI 9200 Event Manager screen. As each event is retrieved from the CSI 9210 it will be saved as a data file separately from any other events being saved. Figure 12 7. Refer to the display at the very top of the screen for the total file size of selected event data and for the estimated amount of time it would take to transfer the selected event data from the CSI 9210 to the CSI 2130. 7.5 ↑ Event and ↓ Event Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Event keys to maneuver up and down through the list of events displayed.4. Displayed at the bottom of the screen is the progress bar for this operation.1 Abort Saving Events Key Use the Abort Saving Events key to abort the procedure anytime during the saving data operation. This key is only active when an event has been selected. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. 7.6 ↑ Filter and ↓ Filter Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Filter keys to maneuver up and down through the list of Filters displayed.

0 16 . By default Engineering Data is not included when saving event data. If instructed to do so by Product Support. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. ALT EVENT MANAGER SCREEN From the CSI 9200 Event Manager screen press the Alt key to display some additional function keys (Figure 13). It is recommended. use the Include Engineering Data to upload and save this information to the data file along with the event data. that you do NOT use this option because it increases the amount of time required to upload the data. Pressing the key again toggles the setting. Figure 13 8.1 Save All Data Key Use the Save All Data option to select (place a check mark just to the left of the event icons) and save all events. which our engineers can analyze using their in- house software tools. This option will also include engineering data with the event data. Pressing the Enter or Reset key will exit out of the Event Manager and return you back to the Main screen. including the user data event.2 Include Engineering Data and DO NOT Include Engineering Data Key The CSI 9200 Link Application includes the ability to save additional detailed data parameters from the CSI 9210. 8. This data cannot be saved to a job or viewed with the CSI 2130. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 8. Note If you set this option to something other than its default it will revert back to its default whenever the CSI 9200 Link application is exited or the CSI 2130 is powered off. just press the key again to unselect all events. however. If you wish to abort the operation once selected. To return the keys to their original functions press the Alt key a second time.

Displayed in the center of the screen is the progress bar for this operation. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. to deselect the event (remove the check mark). This key is only active when more than one event is listed. it is selected by default. JOB MANAGER Use the Job Manager option to create and view Analyze jobs associated with the current data file (Figure 14). or if the event has already been selected. Displayed at the very top of the screen are the active memory location and the amount of available memory in that location.0 17 . it is selected by default. 9.1 Select/Deselect Key Use the Select/Deselect key to select the highlighted event (place a check mark just to the left of the event severity icon). When only one event is listed. Just below that is the associated data file for which the listed events are derived. This key is only active when more than one event is listed. When only one job is listed. Figure 14 9. 9. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 9.3 Create Analyze Job(s) Key Use the Create Analyze Job(s) key to create an Analyze job for each selected event (Figure 15).2 Select/Deselect All Key Use the Select/Deselect All key to select all (place a check mark just to the left of all event severity icons) and deselect all (remove all check marks) events. This key is only active when at least one event has been selected.

CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Figure 15 9. Note To view the data contained within any of the job(s) you must either use the CSI 2130 Analyze application to view it in the CSI 2130 or transfer the job(s) to AMS Machinery Manager to view it on the PC using the Diagnostic Plotting program.4 ↑ Event and ↓ Event Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Event keys to maneuver up and down through the list of events displayed. the amount of available memory in that location.1 Abort Job Creation Key Use the Abort Job Creation key to abort the procedure anytime during the job creation operation.0 18 .3. These keys are only active when more than one event is listed. VIEW JOB LIST KEY Use the View Job List key to view the list of jobs associated with the active data file (Figure 16). Displayed in the top section of the screen are the active memory location. and the name of the associated data file for which the listed jobs in the bottom section are derived. 9. 10.

Caution! Use extreme caution with this option when the analyzer contains important data. 11. FILE MANAGER Use the File Manager option to perform various operations such as deleting the CSI 9210 firmware file downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer. Before the highlighted job is deleted. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. Displayed at the very top of the screen are the active memory location and the amount of available memory in that location. deleting data files downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer from the CSI 9210. then the operation is aborted. a warning message will be displayed asking you if this is truly the operation you wish to perform. If you answer no. If you answer yes. These keys are only active when more than one job is listed. Once you answer yes to the warning message the highlighted job will be lost. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Figure 16 10. then the highlighted job will be deleted. This key is only active when more than one job is listed.2 Delete Analyze Job Key Use the Delete Analyze Job key to delete the highlighted job.1 ↑ Job and ↓ Job Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Job keys to maneuver up and down through the list of jobs displayed.0 19 . changing memory locations. 10. or connecting the CSI 2130 to the PC in order to transfer files between the two devices (Figure 17).

11.2 Select Firmware File Use the Select Firmware File option to activate the highlighted Firmware Update File. Displayed in the lower half of the screen is a list of data files extracted to the CSI 2130 analyzer from the CSI 9210. If none have been downloaded. a warning message will be displayed asking you if this is truly the operation you wish to perform. Figure 17 11. If you answer yes. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1.1 Delete Firmware File Use the Delete Firmware File option to delete the highlighted Firmware Update File. If none have been downloaded. Before the selected firmware files are deleted. then the operation is aborted. then the selected firmware files will be deleted. Caution! Use extreme caution with this option. Once you answer yes to the warning message the selected firmware files will be removed from the CSI 2130 and will have to be downloaded from the PC again if needed.0 20 . If you answer no. a message will be displayed in that section informing you that no firmware update files could be found. a message will be displayed in that section informing you that no data files could be found. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Displayed in the upper half of the screen is a list of CSI 9210 firmware update files downloaded into the CSI 2130 analyzer from the PC.

Caution! Use extreme caution with this option when the analyzer contains important data.6 ↑ Pkg File and ↓ Pkg File Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Pkg File keys to maneuver up and down through the list of firmware “package” files displayed. Note The default memory location is the internal drive of the CSI 2130. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. 11. 11. 11. Refer to the “Transferring Files and Jobs to and from the PC” section of this document for more information about this option. If you answer yes.3 Select Data File Use the Select Data File option to activate the highlighted Data File. These keys are only active when more than one data file is listed. or to upload job files to the PC from the CSI 2130.8 ↑ Data File and ↓ Data File Keys Use the ↑ and ↓ Data File keys to maneuver up and down through the list of data files displayed. These keys are only active when more than one firmware file is listed. 11. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 11. Once you answer yes to the warning message the selected data files will be lost. then the operation is aborted.5 Connect For Transfer Use the Connect for Transfer option to connect to the PC in order to download CSI 9210 firmware updates from the PC into the CSI 2130. If the external card is used for storing data.4 Delete Data File Use the Delete Data File option to delete the highlighted Data File. then the selected data files will be deleted.7 Change Location Key Use the Change Location option to change the memory location where firmware and data files are stored. 11. This key is only active when a removable memory card is installed in the analyzer. a warning message will be displayed asking you if this is truly the operation you wish to perform. If you answer no.0 21 . this card will be the default until the analyzer is turned off or the CSI 9200 Link application is exited. to upload data files to the PC from the CSI 2130. Before the selected data files are deleted.

The job ID contains the name of the associated data file.0 22 . MOH. the following types of data associated with the event data file are also saved to the job: • PeakVue® waveform for each of the six vibration measurement points (MIH. Additionally. POH. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) 12. MIA. PIH. ANALYZE JOB DATA When an Analyze job is created certain pieces of information relevant to the CSI 9210 event data file are saved. The PlantWeb® alert that triggered the event is saved as the equipment ID and description. PIA) • PeakVue® spectrum (in G’s RMS) for each of the six vibration measurement points • 0-2K Hz 3200 line spectrum (in in/sec Peak) for each of the six vibration measurement points • 0-40K Hz 6400 line spectrum (in G’s RMS) for each of the six vibration measurement points • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the 0-1K Hz vibration parameter (in in/sec Peak) for each of the six vibration measurement points • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the 1K–10K Hz vibration parameter (in G’s RMS) for each of the six vibration measurement points • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the 10K–40K Hz vibration parameter (in G’s RMS) for each of the six vibration measurement points • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the PK-PK time waveform vibration parameter (in G’s Peak-to-Peak) for each of the six vibration measurement points • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the ambient temperature parameter (in Degrees F) • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the motor skin temperature parameter (in Degrees F) • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the CSI 9210 CPU enclosure temperature parameter (in Degrees F) • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the CSI 9210 termination panel temperature parameter (in Degrees F) • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the auxiliary 1 temperature parameter (in Degrees F) CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1.

Whenever a cursor is active on the plot this information is replaced with the amplitude and frequency information for the cursor location. at the time the data was acquired. Analyze job data can be viewed in one of two ways: (1) either exit the CSI 9200 Link application. 13. TRANSFERRING FILES AND JOBS TO AND FROM THE PC Once the Connect for Transfer option is selected and a communication link between the CSI 2130 and the PC has been established. the overall vibration level for that plot and the rotating shaft speed (in RPM). When CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. In either case. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the auxiliary 2 temperature parameter (in Degrees F) • Strip chart containing the historical trend data for the rotational speed parameter (in RPM) Note Whenever the cursor is not active on a spectral plot. and use the Analyze application to view the data or (2) transfer the job to AMS Machinery Manager and view the data using the Diagnostic Plotting program. The reference value is displayed across the plot as a red dash line. in addition to the parameter data associated with the event. Note Along with the CSI 9210 event data saved to the Analyze job additional data can be acquired and stored to the same job using the CSI 2130 Analyze application. Note When viewing strip chart plots.0 23 . Establishing a communications link between the analyzer and a host computer or network requires the AMS Machinery Health Manager’s Data Transfer program and the CSI 9200 Link Application’s Connect for Transfer option. if required. refer to the appropriate reference manual(s) for details. upload data files to the PC from the CSI 2130. you will be able to download CSI 9210 firmware updates from the PC into the CSI 2130. since this is beyond the scope of this addendum. if desired. the reference value for which the data can be compared to is also displayed on the plot. activate the Analyze application. CSI 9210 data is saved to an Analyze job and viewed just as it is with any other Analyze job. and upload job files to the PC from the CSI 2130. are displayed at the bottom of the plot screen.

1 On the Analyzer Side After selecting the Connect for Transfer option. Displayed at the very top of the screen is the active memory location. file and jobs transfers are initiated from the PC side. is via the USB. The most common and easiest connection. Note If the communication link between the two is not present when the Connect for Transfer option is selected a message will be displayed to inform you of the problem. Communications between the analyzer and host computer or network can be achieved through an Ethernet cable or a USB cable. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. however. Displayed in the upper half of the screen is the available storage. The fastest way of transferring data is via the Ethernet connection. the Data Transfer program the PC Communication screen is displayed (Figure 18). 13.0 24 . From this point. Displayed in the lower half of the screen is the communication status and messages. the PC acts as the master while the analyzer acts as the slave. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) transferring files and jobs between the PC and analyzer.

13. Note Before transferring firmware files into the analyzer from the PC hard drive.2 Set Storage Location Use the Set Storage Location option to change the memory location where firmware and data files are to be stored when downloaded into the analyzer.3 On the PC Side After selecting the Data Transfer program. a screen similar to Figure 19 will be displayed on the PC until communication with the analyzer has been established.0 25 . CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Figure 18 13. This key is only active when a removable memory card is installed in the analyzer. be sure the active storage location is where you want the file(s) to be saved. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1.

CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) Select this option for on-board help Select Data Transfer tab to transfer jobs and files Select File Transfer tab to display the File Transfer window Figure 19 After communication with the analyzer has been established. firmware files. a screen similar to Figure 20 will be displayed on the PC. Analyze jobs. please refer to the AMS Machinery Manager on-board help documentation for details on using the Data Transfer program for the purpose of transferring files and jobs to and from the PC.0 26 . and event data The area and files residing on equipment tree the CSI 2130 for the active are listed here AMS Machinery in this window Health database is displayed in this window Firmware and event data files residing on the PC hard drive are listed here in this window Figure 20 From this point. CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1.

CSI Part # 97043 Revision 1. To transfer a job(s) to the PC hard drive select the desired job(s) listed in the analyzer window. • Analyze jobs (.0 27 . To transfer a job(s) to the active database select the desired job(s) listed in the analyzer window. Note Before transferring jobs to an AMS Machinery Manager database. Note Before transferring jobs and files to the PC hard drive. and paste files from one section to another. copy. be sure the active working directory for the File Transfer section is where you want the job and files to be saved to. then drop it (them) into that piece of equipment to initiate the file transfer. Once the analyzer and File Transfer windows are displayed you select the desired file(s) listed in the analyzer section. Once the File Transfer window is displayed you select the desired file(s) listed.AJB files) originate in the analyzer and can be stored either in the AMS Machinery Manager database or to the PC hard drive. Note Once a job or file has been saved to the PC hard drive it can be attached to an email and sent to Product Support or Engineering if needed. Note Instead of dragging and dropping you can also select. drag it (them) over to the database window. • Data files (.DTA files) originate in the analyzer and can only be stored to the PC hard drive using the File Transfer option. drag it (them) down into the File Transfer window then drop it (them) into that section to initiate the file transfer. drag it (them) down to the File Transfer window then drop it (them) into that section to initiate the file transfer. CSI 9200 Link Application (Addendum) The things to remember when transferring files and jobs are: • Firmware update files (.pkg files) originate on the PC hard drive and can only be transferred to the analyzer from the PC using the File Transfer option. drag it (them) up into the analyzer window then drop it (them) into that section to initiate the file transfer. highlight the piece of equipment in that database you wish the job to be saved to. be sure the active database is the one you want the job to be saved to.

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