The Emerson CSI 2140 Vibration Analyzer is the next generation in a family of industry-leading vibration analyzers and data collectors from Emerson.
The CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer takes vibration data and analysis measurements to the next level. It features simultaneous four-channel plus phase data collection and unique peak detection capabilities for the earliest indication of bearing and gearbox degradation. In addition to delivering faster data collection for less time in the field or more machines monitored, the CSI 2140 is ergonomically designed for comfortable, single hand operation all day long.
They need to quickly and accurately identify developing faults and determine the root cause of the machinery problem so it can be fixed. The Emerson™ CSI 2140 Machinery Health Analyser is the next generation in a family of industry leading vibration analyzers and data collectors from Emerson™. Collecting vibration data on a pre-determined route through the plant is the cornerstone of today’s predictive maintenance programs. And the same tools can provide sophisticated diagnostic testing of problem assets, even providing 24/7 monitoring when needed without the expense of a permanently wired system.
With certifications for use in a variety of hazardous environments, Emerson’s route-based data collector/analyzer can also be used to perform field balancing and wireless laser alignment.
In addition to providing fast, actionable information, an effective solution must take advantage of modern communication and interface innovations that make tasks easier and more intuitive. Emerson’s CSI 2140 was designed specifically with these goals in mind.
Emerson Process Management CSI 2140 Features :
- Easy data collection and powerful analysis tools in a single unit
- Four-channel data collection for faster route completion and advanced diagnostics
- Embedded intelligence guides test set up and data analysis
- Ergonomically designed to improve usability in the field
- Convenient uploading of data wirelessly to AMS Suite from the field