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62-PMDF-0120-TB-68 - ROTOPULSER
62-PMDF-0240-TO-00 - TACH
62-PMDF-0320-TB-68 - ROTOPULSER
62-PMDF-1000-TB-68 - PULSE TACH
62-PMDF-1024-AA - ENCODER
62-PMDF-1024-TB-63 - TACH
62-PMDF-1024-TB-68 - TACH
62-PMDF-1200-TB-68 - TACH
62-PMDF-1250-TB - ROTOPULSER
62-PMDF-1250-TB-68 - ENCODER
62-PMDF-2000-TB-68 - ROTOPULSER
62-PMDF-2000-TP - ROTOPULSER
62-PMDF-2500-TB-68 - TACH
62-PMEF-0240-TO-00 - ENCODER
62-PMEF-120-T-0-00 - TACH
62-PMLF-0120-AB - ENCODER
62-PMLF-0240-A0-00 - ENCODER
62-PMLF-0360-A0-00 - TACH
62-PMLF-0360-AC - ENCODER
62-PMLF-2000-AB - ROTOPULSER
62-PMMF-1024-AB - ROTOPULSER
62-PNDF-0240-AB-68 - TACH
62-PNDF-0512-A0-00 - TACH NO ADDERS
62P-LMF-1024-A-000 - ENCODER NO ADDERS
62P-MDF-1200-TB - ROTOPULSER NO ADDERS
62P-MDF-360-TB-68 - TACH NO ADDERS
62P-MEF-240-A - TACH NO ADDERS
62P-MEF-240-T-0 - ROTOPULSER NO ADDERS
62PMDF-0240-T-0-00 - ENCODER
62PMDF-0360-T-0-00 - ENCODER
62PMDF-1000-TB-00 - ROTOPULSER
62PMEF-300-T-0-00 - TACH
62PMLF-240-A-0-00 - ROTOPULSER
63-PMDF-0600-A0 - ROTOPULSER FLAT
630-3419-001 - ATTENUATOR VARIABLE PANEL
63002-R - TACH
64495D - RHEO .5000 OHM 150W
64670-11T - TRANSF.CURRENT
64676-131BKX - FUSE
64L4060 - LIQUIFLOW
64L4160 - LIQUIFLOW
64LW4060 - LIQUIFLOW DRIVE
650.06.00 - DIG METER
6500PS7DSP/A - PROSET 700 DUAL SCAN (PACKARD)
6500PS7TE/A - PRO-SET 700
6500PS7TE/B - PRO-SET 700 TFT
6500PS7TS/B - PROSET 700 TFT SER B
65C500 - QUIQ POSITIONING MODULE
65C600 - QUIQ OPERATOR TERMINAL
65C700 - QUIQ 25PIN TO HR2000 CABLE
65C701 - QUIQ 25PIN TO 9 PIN CABLE
65C702 - QUIQ PROG CABLE
65C704 - QUIQ ENCODER CABLE
65C705 - QUIQ TO GENERIC DRIVE CABLE
66006-109R - SHORT HAUL MODEM
66042-55R - HEAT SINK ASSB
6622 - Dual Channel Absolute Vibration (V2) The 6622 Dual Channel Absolute Vibration Monitor is used to monitor casing or bearing pedestal vibration in rotating machinery. The 6622 is usually employed on machines with anti-friction bearings such as ball or roller bearings. With these stiff bearing types the movement between the rotor and casing is restricted; therefore, the significant portion of the vibration energy is transmitted to the machine casing. This is particularly applicable where the objective is to monitor vibration associated with antifriction bearing defects and blade pass frequencies, which are characterized by high frequencies and small displacements. In addition, all of the 6600 vibration monitors accept a tachometer input to provide order analysis capabilities.
6622 DSP - Dual Channel Absolute Vibration (DSP) The basic features and utilization of the 6622 DSP are identical to that of the 6622 V2 monitor; however, the 6622 DSP Dual Channel Absolute Vibration Monitor is primarily utilized where advanced analysis may be required. The 6622 DSP can process and store up to 800 line spectra, up to 1800 trend and trip trend data points, and 300 sets of startup/coastdown vectors (tachometer input required).
6623 - Single Channel Tracking The 6623 is a single channel tracking monitor, which uses an automatically adjustable filter to track the running speed content of the vibration signal. This type of monitoring is extremely useful in gas turbine applications, where gas flow can often produce random noise making it difficult to monitor vibration using standard broadband measurements. To overcome this problem, the 6623 utilizes a narrow band filter, which automatically adjusts to track shaft speed given by a tachometer input signal. Although this monitor accepts input from an accelerometer or velocity sensor, the accelerometer is preferred due to its typically wider frequency response.
6652 - Dual Channel Relative Vibration (V2) The 6652 Dual Channel Relative Vibration Monitor is used to monitor shaft vibration and shaft radial position (using X-Y probe configuration) in rotating machinery. The amplitude and frequency content of the vibration signal, as well as the shaft radial position (DC Gap) are good indicators of machine condition, and can help detect a host of machinery problems including: unbalance, wear, pre-load conditions/ misalignment, rotor cracks, and rubs between rotating and stationary parts. In addition, all of the 6600 vibration monitors accept a tachometer input to provide order analysis capabilities.
6652 DSP - Dual Channel Relative Vibration (DSP) The 6652 DSP Dual Channel Absolute Vibration Monitor is primarily utilized where advanced analysis may be required. The 6652 DSP can process and store up to 800 line spectra, up to 1800 trend and trip trend data points, 300 sets of startup/coastdown vectors, and shaft orbits. In addition, the 6652 DSP can perform vector monitoring by comparing the current 1x vibration vector to an alarm region set around the endpoint of a reference vector; furthermore, the monitor can be configured such that the second Danger alarm relay is used for vector alarming (tachometer input required).
6660 - Six Channel Process The 6660 is a six channel process monitor used for monitoring any process parameter including pressure, temperature, flow rate, or other DC analog signal. Similar to other 6600 monitors, the 6660 continually compares the input values to the Alert and Danger alarm setpoints for each channel. However, the 6660 also allows the user to customize relay mapping, facilitating complex combinations of alarms to trip a single relay using "voting" techniques.
66621-A - BC46 TACHOMETER BASIC
6666 - Six Channel Temperature (RTD Input) The 6666 is a general purpose temperature monitor which utilizes an RTD temperature sensor to monitor up to six channels of input. Originally designed primarily for bearing temperature monitoring but it can also be used to monitor motor winding and process temperatures. The 6666 continually compares the value for each input channel to the user-defined Alert and Danger alarm setpoints. Furthermore, this monitor allows the user to customize relay mapping, allowing for complex combinations of alarms to trip a single relay using "voting" techniques.
6667 - Six Channel Temperature (T/C type J & K Input) The 6667 is a general purpose temperature monitor which utilizes type J, K & T thermocouples to monitor up to six channels of input. This monitor is designed primarily for bearing temperature monitoring; however, it can also be used to monitor motor winding and process temperatures. The 6667, which utilizes cold junction compensation required for thermocouples, continually compares the value for each input channel to the user-defined Alert and Danger alarm setpoints. Furthermore, this monitor allows the user to customize relay mapping, allowing for complex combinations of alarms to trip a single relay using "voting" techniques.
6675 - Single Channel Rotation The 6675 is a single channel rotation monitor used to provide continuous monitoring of rotating machinery speed as measured by a non-contact eddy current probe or a magnetic interrupter. Although the default configuration for the 6675 is a single channel monitor, it can be factory configured to accept a second, redundant input, which facilitates automatic switching to the second probe if the first probe fails. In addition to monitoring machine speed, the 6675 provides zero speed detection, locked rotor alarming and acceleration monitoring. Locked rotor alarming provides monitoring of the startup sequence of large electric motors. Zero speed detection is most commonly used in the operation of machines with high mass rotor systems, such as steam turbines, to detect when to engage the turning gear.
6676 - Single Channel Reverse Rotation The 6676 Single Channel Reverse Rotation Monitor provides reverse rotation detection and continuous monitoring of rotating machinery speed, measured by non-contact eddy current probes. This monitor utilizes two noncontact probes to monitor both speed and direction, and can detect speeds up to 50,000 rpm in the forward direction and 10,000 rpm in the reverse direction. This functionality is very useful in fan, boiler feed water pumps, and small steam turbine applications, where any reverse rotation of the machine can cause extensive damage. For example, in a boiler feed water pump application, where water is pumped up a vertical rise, the pump can actually reverse direction when shutdown, due to the back pressure from the water. In this case, the 6676 monitor detects the operational direction of the pump and prevents the startup motor from operating until the pump has once again come to a stop.
6682 - Dual Channel Position The 6682 Dual Channel Position Monitor provides continuous monitoring of shaft axial position on rotating machinery. The primary application of the 6682 is to monitor the axial position of a thrust bearing at the end of a shaft; however, the 6682 can also be used for other applications including guide vane position monitoring and axial vibration monitoring. High axial vibration can be an indicator of misalignment and compressor surge. Other machinery fault modes that can be detected with the 6682 monitor include: thrust bearing wear, balance piston wear, and a loose thrust bearing.
6686 - Dual Channel Eccentricity The 6686 is a dual channel eccentricity monitor, which is used to evaluate the bow or mechanical runout of a shaft. This bowing is often caused by the shaft weight, when it is at rest between supporting bearings. As the shaft begins to rotate, this bowing results in vibration measured as eccentricity. Eccentricity is also an indication of bearing wear and heavy preload, which can be caused by misalignment. Finally, the 6686 can provide an indication of rotor stability, since eccentricity provides a direct relationship with the shaft attitude angle.
6687 - Dual Channel Absolute Shell Expansion The 6687 Dual Channel Absolute Shell Expansion Monitor is used to monitor thermal expansion of machine casings. The absolute shell expansion measurement is important for steam turbines during startup and shutdown cycles to ensure that the turbine case expands at the specified rate and that the growth is uniform on both sides of the machine. Excessive expansion rate or non-uniform growth can result in serious damage to the machine and possibly the machine foundation. In addition to absolute shell expansion monitoring, the 6687 can also be used for monitoring guide vane position.
6688 - Dual Channel Differential Expansion The 6688 Dual Channel Differential Expansion monitor is used to monitor differential thermal expansion between rotating and stationary machine elements. The differential expansion measurement is important for steam turbines during startup and shutdown cycles to ensure that differences in thermal expansion between rotating and stationary parts do not become excessive. Excessive differential expansion can result in a rub or cause serious damage to the machine. The 6688 can also monitor single or dual differential expansion, ramp differential expansion (angled target expansion), or complementary differential expansion. This is achieved through alternative monitor configurations, which utilize the two input transducer signals to provide either dual independent evaluation or single extended range evaluation.
6689 - Dual Channel Valve Position The 6689 provides continuous monitoring for up to two channels of input from a rotary cam (valve) potentiometer or a Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT). The primary application of the 6689 is to monitor the inlet valve position on a steam turbine. Valve position is usually expressed in degrees rotation; therefore, the input signal is provided in units of mV/ ° Rotation. The monitor is then configured to display the valve position on a percent open scale.
6690DS2 - DH+/A/S-2 CHANNEL
6690DS2/A - DH+/A/S-2 CHANNEL
6690DS2/B - DH+ A/S/2 CHANNEL
6690DS2/C - DS+/A/S-2CHAN
6691 - Power Supply and Relay Card (V2) The 6691 Power Supply provides output voltage directly to 6600 V2 Series Protection Monitors, as well as relay output directly to the backplane of the rack for input into annunciators. Furthermore, the 6691 can supply +/- 18, +/- 24, and - 12 VDC to power transducers and charge amplifiers. The 6691 power supply can use any combination of one AC input and two DC inputs, up to a total of three power inputs. The monitor and power supply automatically switch among the power inputs if one source of power fails. This power supply can be purchased in the following configurations:
6692 - Power Supply and Relay Card (DSP) The 6692 Power and Relay Card provides voltage directly to 6600 DSP Series Protection Monitors as well as relay output for input into annunciators. Furthermore, the 6692 power supply provides a DC current to transducers and charge amplifiers directly from the backplane of the rack. The 6692 power supply can use any combination of one AC input and two DC inputs, up to a total of three power inputs. The monitor and power supply automatically switch among the power inputs if one source of power fails.
67525-A - TACH
67525-B - 5 PY TACH
67525-C - 5PY TACHOMETER
67700-1R - RE210 TACHOMETER
67700-A - RE210 TACHOMETER
687501-5 - MODIFIED O-51851-6
69089-12A - REACTOR
69089-28A - REACTOR
69089-31A - REACTOR
6949023014N - ROCKWELL LB03 A4 ADJ M13 PROT
6949030001N - ROCKWELL 3003 ALARM CONN KIT
69739-48A - FAN
69739-6A - FAN ASSEMBLY
69819-109R - FCCD CARD ASSY
6MDDN-1P4101 - MD60 460V 3PH 1/2HP IP20
6MDDN-2P3101 - MD60 460V IP20 1HP 3-PHASE
6MDDN-4P0101 - MD60 460V 3PH 2HP IP20
6MDDN-8P7101 - MD60 460V 3PH 5HP IP120
6SB401-096CNANA - SP600 AC DRIVE
6SB401-125CNANA - SP600 AC DRIVE
6SB401034CTANA - SP600 460V 25HP W/LCD
6SP201015BTAN - SP600 230V 5HP NEMA
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