XM System Fundamentals
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XM System Fundamentals
Brand Name Rockwell Automation
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Course Purpose This course also introduces students to XM system components and functionality. Students will have an opportunity to use XM Serial Configuration Utility and RSMACC software to perform various software tasks. In addition, students will be introduced to vibration fundamentals and will have an opportunity to configure proximity probes and accelerometers connected to XM modules. Connecting non-vibration measurement devices to the appropriate XM module will also be discussed.
Course Run By Rockwell Automation
Duration 2
Prerequisites To successfully complete this course, the following prerequisites are required: • Experience operating a personal computer within a Microsoft® Windows® environment • Completion of the Vibration Analysis Fundamentals Course (EK-ICM101) is recommended
Scheduling Full details are available on the Media/Events page
Topic Outline • Introduction to Vibration Technology • Characteristics of Vibration • Overview of RSLinx • Introduction to RSMACC • Configuring XM modules through RSMACC and XM Serial Configuration Utility • Setting up measurements and alarms for XM systems • Overview of each XM module • Use of the XM440 Master Relay module • Communicating through the XM500
Who Should Attend Individuals who have little or no working experience with XM systems should attend this course.