Machinery Protection System (MPS)
Winner of the 2014-15 Frost & Sullivan Award for Global Condition Monitoring Customer Value Leadership Award.
Full API 670 compliance
Direct interface with OSI PI historian
19" rack or bulkhead mounting to save space
Up to 60 channels in just 19" of rack space
Can be retrofitted to replace your existing system
Turbine and Rotating machinery - including Hydro & Aero derivatives
Reciprocating and radial compressors
Pumps, fans or cooling systems
Condition Monitoring Software (CMS)
Online, continuous collection of vibration and condition data from connected SETPOINT Machinery Protection System (MPS) racks is stored within a standard OSIsoftTM Pi historian, allowing machine train diagrams, trending, diagnostics and predictive maintenance data to be collected and viewed using (for example) Pi Processbook®.
CMS display software is used for viewing and analysis of stored data. Being licence free (readily available for download from the SETPOINT website), allows stored or exported files to then be shared with your reliability team or third party service providers located anywhere in the world with ease. CMS supports a multitude of waveform analysis and display options including Timebase, Orbit, Trend, Shaft centerline, Spectrum, Waterfall & Cascade, Bode, Polar and Tabular alarm events etc.
Introducing CMS SD
Until now, condition monitoring software meant just that: Software ... but what if you don't have a network, a co-operative IT department, the budget or appetite for additional software and an infrastructure that goes with it?
We have the answer .... and it's about the size of a postage stamp!
SETPOINT is more than a vibration monitor! It became a self-contained 30-day data recorder that puts it all on a 32GB SD card without missing a beat!
Stored data can be viewed and analysed using the standard Condition Monitoring Software (CMS) available for download from the SETPOINT website.
CMS 3.0 (Coming soon - mid 2016)
SETPOINT's award-winning CMS software just got even better!
The new interface design makes it look and work like something you're probably already using ... Microsoft Office.