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  1. To measure is to know TUV3032

  2. Argus CC/4 news • 3 types of Argus basic modules • CC/4P - Portable • CC/4F - 19” Rack • CC/4C - Compact --> TUV3032

  3. Argus CC/4 news • New input units - CC403, 16-32 analogue inputs 19” rack mounting, Automatic antialiasing filter - CC381, 8 analogue DIN-rail mounting, Automatic antialiasing filter - CC382, 1 PG + 4 analogue DIN-rail mounting, AI: Automatic antialiasing filter , PG: Programmable threshold level, fastest sapling time 250 µs - CC383, Profibus DP DIN-rail mounting TUV3032

  4. Argus 8.0 & CC/4 news • New file format (The Viewer is backwards compatible) - One file per measurement - Easier to move and store measurements • New program platform - Different userinterfaces for different categories of users. - Client/server-solutions for networks. Can be used parallel and ‘independent’ by a number of clients. - Easier to connect to external software for analysis • New measurement opportunities - Parallel measurements with independent start/stop - Larger capacity - Continuous long-term measurements TUV3032

  5. Any PCs Argus Viewer 8 Argus DAUs Argus PC Software version 8 Argus CC/4 Inputs Central unit CC Server Parallel setups Process Analysis software Inputs ’base measurement’ A M1 B Inputs Argus Viewer 8 Measurement paralleling capability Measurement synchronization Inputs Argus PC communication: Opto2 Mbaud (single measurement) Ethernet 10/100 Mbaud (parallel meas.) Argus long distance input communication: Opto links A and B. 2 Mbaud or 10 Mbaud individually selectable. Argus CC/4 logic configuration Parallel ‘Independent’ measurements: TUV3032

  6. ’Double’ Argus CC/4 with shared inputs ’Fast Lane’ through hardware for fast measurements Parallel ‘Independent’ measurements: Any PCs Argus Viewer 8 Argus DAUs Argus PC Software version 8 Argus CC/4 Inputs Central unit CC Server Parallel setups Process Analysis software Inputs M1 A Inputs B Argus Viewer 8 M2 Inputs Condition Monitoring Demand for faster sampling (e.g. 100 µs) TUV3032

  7. Continuous measurements TUV3032

  8. Continuous measurements Assume: 200 input channels, 20 ms sampling time 1,2 MB per minute 72 MB per hour 1,7 GB per 24 hours 12 GB per week T.ex 6 MB every 5th minute gives 2000 files per week The operator does not see any files- points on the time line and can zoom in the whole series of measurements TUV3032

  9. Automatic Rounding by Argus Periodic or event triggered measurements ”Easy to read” presentation with hierarchic possession of details Round list Measurement files Presentation Argus system Analysis Database Automatic analysis, whose results are stored in a database Underlying details can be studied TUV3032

  10. Trend curve were the marker position connects to data file TUV3032

  11. Automatic Rounding by Argus It must be easy to create a round.No database know-ledge needed. Object: Parameter: Create Round Round list Measurementfiles Presentation Argus system Analysis Database Object Parameter TUV3032

  12. Open system via ’optional’ database Argus Viewer For extended analysis of details; use Argus Viewer Round list Measurement files Presentation Argus system Analysis Database Anyone interested, can search for new correlation's General Database Program TUV3032

  13. Presentation Argus Viewer Measurement files Automatic Rounding in permanent systems Round list Measurement files Analysis Database Argus Common access to all inputs Standard Argus production- or ’crash’ logger TUV3032

  14. Argus Viewer Measurement files Automatic Process analysis in permanent systems Standard Argus productions- or ’crash’ logger Argus Measurement file for analysis Addition for automatic analysis Presentation Analysis (Round list) Database Addition for ’SPC’ Further analysis of trends Database Program Reports TUV3032

  15. Analysis modules • Examples: • Frequency peaks: Amplitude and frequency for the highest peaks • Harmonic content: Amplitude and frequency for a number of harmonics • RMS and Power • Mean value and staggering • Max and min • Time measurements in sequences: Time from event A to B • Connection to own modules TUV3032

  16. To measure is to know TUV3032