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It is possible to use the speed view as a tach. I checked it personally and it works. 

All you have to do is, set the trigger value as 0.2 volts (normally it will be 2.0 volts). and make sure that you are getting right RPM by pressing show RPM. if you get a proper RPM value then your speed view is a tach. it worked in a keyway on the shaft and works really nice where you have reflective tape.

I tested peak and phase, coast down test everything works well.

Case studies of various classes of faults are presented to illustrate the PeakVue methodology. The classes of faults are (a) inner race defects, (b) outer race defects, (c) rolling element defects, and (d) cage related defects. All three analysis tools enable the identification of the defect and often the severity of the defect

Clcik the link to see the  Peakvue PDF from emerson

 

Case studies of various classes of faults are presented to illustrate the PeakVue methodology. The classes of faults are (a) inner race defects, (b) outer race defects, (c) rolling element defects, and (d) cage related defects. All three analysis tools enable the identification of the defect and often the severity of the defect.

Click on the Link  for  Tissue Machine Bearing Failure and PeakVue

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Yes it can and is the main feature we use on the csi product range.

Please read the article from emerson about this called  High Frequency Vibration Analysis

Emissivity of your subject is critical to know before taking any readings as demonstrated in the short video. most user use a general 0.95 emissivity setting, but this can catch you out easily if you are not aware of the reflected radiation

 

 

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