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Delivery:    ex stock / 4 weeks Digital Indicator Single-channel or multi-channel model for strain gauges, potentiometers, standard signals Model 9163 ■ For force, pressure or torque measurements using strain gauge sensors ■ For position or angle measurement using potentiometric or DC/DC sensors ■ Optional multi-channel model ■ Optional Profibus or serial interface ■ 0.1 % measurement accuracy plus sensor-specific linearization ■ Range of mathematical functions (e.g. differential measurement) ■ OK/NOK feedback on multi color display and via 4 alarm limit outputs ■ High sampling rate (500/sec.) Application The 9163 process value indicator covers a wide range of applications in which process values need to be measured, displayed, analyzed and transferred to higher-level control systems. Typical applications include measuring geometric values in production, for instance differential measurements, or testing material properties in the laboratory. The measured values can be transferred via Profibus, RS232 interface or analog output. The multi-channel version can be used with up to four sensors. These sensors can be combined using mathematical functions, so that even complex measurement tasks can be performed with just the one instrument. Visual alarms on the display make it easier and more convenient to assess when values lie off-limits. Up to four configurable outputs are available as relay or logic outputs. The excellent measurement accuracy of 0.1% also makes this instrument suitable for high-precision applications. Two digital inputs are provided for controlling various functions such as Reset or HOLD. Strain gauges, potentiometric sensors, transmitters with process value output, Pt100 and thermocouples can be connected directly to the process value indicator. Thanks to its manual linearization facility, the instrument can handle sensors with a huge range of characteristic curves. Description The latest microprocessor technology has been used to pack a huge amount of engineering into the minimum space. Essential device settings can be made via the six-button keypad. Permanent settings such as the choice of excitation voltage are made using jumpers. The large 13 mm high, 7 segment display ensures that measurements and menu parameters can be read clearly. The integral excitation voltage source supplies the sensors and provides the auxiliary power for any transmitters that are connected. The manual linearization facility with 32 data points means that even non-linear sensor curves can be input. The indicator also supports memory functions for min, max and peak-to-peak values. The high measurement rate of 500 readings/s also ensures a rapid response by the four built-in alarm limit relays. TTL switched outputs can be provided as an alternative option. The device settings can be configured via the keypad or the optional RS232, RS485 or Profibus interface. A GSD file is supplied as standard with the Profibus option for Profibus integration. A powerful software tool for data analysis and documentation is available on request for use with the RS232 and RS485 options. Technical changes reserved. All data sheets at www.burster.com burster praezisionsmesstechnik gmbh & co kg Germany www.bursler.com Talstr. 1-5 Gernsbach 76593 Phone +49-7224-6450 info@bursler.com

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Technical Data Compatible sensors Strain gauges (main channel) Connection type: Bridge resistor: Bridge voltage: Sensor excitation: Potentiometer (main channel/auxiliary channel) Track resistance:    > 100 Q Standard signals, DC/DC sensors or transmitters (main channel/auxiliary channel) Voltage input:    ± 60 mV, ± 100 mV, ± 1V, ± 5 V, ± 10 V Input impedance:    > 10 M Q Analog output Load impedance: Resolution: Signal response time: Signal referred to: Serial interface Type of interface: Protocol: Baud rate: Max. transmission rate: Profibus Baud rate: Standard: Addressing: Connection: ±...

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DigiVision 9163-P100 Configuration and Analysis Software Convenient device finder n Instrument parameterization n Instrument data adopted automatically, n e.g. scaling, limit settings Back-up function for instrument data Simultaneous display of up to 16 measurement channels Different measurement rates can be combined Different triggers can be set: global or channel-specific Creation of instrument groups Report finder for locating group reports and individual Documenting individual measurement curves with various options e.g. serial number, batch counter, day counter Export function to Excel...

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The measurement problem: If the shaft of an electric motor is not circular, this will produce vibrations at high speeds and hence increased wear. Irregular bearing surfaces may be one cause of a shaft running out of true. A bent shaft or a shaft without strict dimensional tolerances could also be the cause. The solution: As part of the quality assurance process, the shaft is tested for true running, bow and concentricity of the bearing surfaces. The test also includes measuring the diameter of the shaft bearings. In the test, the shaft is clamped in a holder and turned by a motor while...

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