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hriveraq

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GREETINGS FRIENDS

Someone has the procedure to measure phase with the series microlog - skf

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Hi There I have an instructional here alternatively what model are you using? CMXA80 or GTX 75?

You need to scroll down to page 7 Analyzer mode phase analysis – two channel without a tachometer.

https://skfusa-portal.kb.net/portal/api/v1/articles/2833/contents


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Thank you very much , with this it is clear to me that I could not only measure phase with a tachometer. Now if I have it clear.

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We use the Microlog -GX-75
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Hi,
With Gx75 you should be able to do cross channel Phase (provided it's a two channel instrument) The laser tachometer connects to the power/data port. I don't have a tacho so I can only carry out cross channel Phase analysis with two sensors on channel One and channel two.
Cross channel Phase is a powerful tool measuring.g across the coupling between components, just remember to have sensors pointed in same direction when carrying out axial measurements.
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Any experience CSI using 2130 or 2140, when doing phase analysis i get negative values, for example:     V 86 degrees (opp end)  and   V -86 degrees (motor drive end)            


i appreciate any help, thank you.
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Any experience CSI using 2130 or 2140, when doing phase analysis i get negative values, for example:     V 86 degrees (opp end)  and   V -86 degrees (motor drive end)            


i appreciate any help, thank you.

I already responded on your thread but I'll give it another try.

Look at an analog clock

Positive values go from 12 to 3 up to 6 (0, 90, 91, ... 179, 180)

Negative values go from 12 to 9 down to 6 (360, -90, -91, ... -179, -180) or (360, 270, 269,..., 181, 180).
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Thank you!
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