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Fluke 810
Vibration Tester

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  • Analyzes common equipment, like motors, fans and pumps, and determines the root cause and location of mechanical failure.
    • Types of Common Equipment which can be Analyzed:
      • Motors
      • Fans and blowers
      • Belts and chain drives
      • Gearboxes
      • Pumps
      • Compressors
      • Spindles
    • Detect the root cause of mechanical failure:
      • Bearing problems
      • Misalignment
      • Unbalance
      • Looseness
  • Intuitive user interface is multilingual and icon-based
  • Tri-axial TEDS accelerometer reduces measurement time
  • Laser Tachometer included for accurate machine running speed and diagnostic confidence
  • Fault severity scale helps you set repair priorities
  • Repair recommendations advise technicians on corrective action
  • On-board diagnostic engine identifies four common faults: misalignment, unbalance, looseness and bearing condition
  • On-board context-sensitive help for real-time tips and guidance
  • Viewer PC Software expands data storage and tracking capacity and imports Fluke thermal images
  • Gives you an immediate fault severity assessment and repair recommendations
  • Helps technicians:
    • Quickly understand machinery health
    • Work more efficiently and effectively
  • Helps managers:
    • Control downtime by anticipating problems earlier
    • Eliminate recurring failures by identifying root causes
    • Bridge skills gap by capturing decades of mechanical experience in one tool
  • 2 GB expandable on-board memory provides enough space for your machinery’s data
  • Self-test function ensures optimal performance and more time on the job
  • Laser tachometer for accurate machine running speed promotes confident diagnoses
  • Tri-axial accelerometer reduces measurement time by 2/3 over single axis accelerometers
  • Viewer PC Software expands data storage and tracking capacity
 

Control unplanned downtime, prevent recurring problems, set repair priorities and manage your resources with an entirely new approach to vibration testing.

The new Fluke 810 Vibration Tester is the most advanced troubleshooting tool for mechanical maintenance teams who need an answer now. The unique diagnostic technology helps you quickly identify and prioritize mechanical problems, putting the expertise of a vibration analyst in your hands.

The Fluke-810 Vibration Tester puts the user one step ahead by using a simple step-by-step process to report on machine faults the first time measurements are taken, without prior measurement history. The combination of diagnoses, severity and repair recommendations help you make informed maintenance decisions and address critical problems first.

The reliable, affordable answer for plants without predictive maintenance programs
Many facilities can’t afford the time, money or manpower for a full predictive maintenance program. While such a program is ideal for longer-term machine health, many maintenance teams simply need answers right now. The Fluke 810 is the most advanced mechanical troubleshooting tool that gives you those answers.

Get a fast, reliable diagnosis the first time you take measurements. You don’t need prior measurement history to obtain results. It's easy to use and doesn’t require extensive training, or the expense and inconvenience of vibration consultants to interpret complex results. You don’t have to wait for an analysis of the data. You’ll get the answers you need when you need them.
  • Troubleshoot common mechanical problems
  • Proactively plan repairs
  • Confirm repairs after maintenance
  • Commission new equipment and ensure proper installation
  • Drive investments in repair or replacement with quantifiable proof of machine condition
  • Train new or less-experienced technicians and build confidence and skill across the team

Breakthrough diagnostic technology
The Fluke 810's diagnostic technology combines powerful algorithms with a database of real-world measurement experience, making the Fluke 810 the most advanced troubleshooting tool for mechanical maintenance teams.

Faults are identified by comparing the vibration data from your machine to an extensive set of rules gathered through real-world maintenance experience with similar machines.

Unlike other complex vibration analyzers, the Fluke 810 doesn’t require you to collect information over time and compare it to an established baseline. The unique diagnostic technology determines fault severity by simulating a fault-free condition and then instantly compares the incoming data. This means every measurement is compared to a "like new" machine.

 
Simple 3 step process
Setup

Easy setup
The Fluke 810 asks for basic machine information you already know, like RPM and horsepower. Its onboard Info feature gives you field tips for setting up and taking measurements like a pro.

Measure

Fast measurement
The Fluke 810 asks for basic machine information you already know, like RPM and horsepower. Use the Fluke 810 to quickly troubleshoot problems or monitor machine condition.

Diagnose

Fix it right the first time
With the press of a button, the Fluke 810 identifies the root cause, its location, and the problem's severity. The Fluke 810 will diagnose bearing condition, misalignment, unbalance and looseness, the most common mechanical problems faced today.

Assess severity so you can repair critical problems first.
Each machine diagnosis includes a severity assessment on an easy-to-interpret color scale. Four severity levels from slight, requiring no action, to extreme when immediate shut down and repair is recommended, help you set maintenance priorities. Focus on critical problems first and plan monitoring and maintenance for other equipment.

 
Specifications
Diagnostic specifications
Standard faults Unbalance, looseness, misalignment and bearing failures
Analysis for
  • Motors
  • Fans
  • Blowers
  • Belts & chain drives
  • Gearboxes
  • Couplings
  • Centrifugal pumps
  • Piston pumps
  • Sliding vane pumps
  • Propeller pumps
  • Screw pumps
  • Rotary thread/gear/lobe pumps
  • Piston compressors
  • Centrifugal compressors
  • Screw compressors
  • Closed coupled machines
  • Spindles
Machine rotational
speed range
200 rpm to 12000 rpm
Diagnosis details Plain-text diagnosis, fault severity (slight, moderate, serious, extreme), repair details, cited peaks, spectra
Electrical specifications
Ranging Automatic
A/D converter 4 channel, 24 bit
Usable bandwidth 2 Hz to 20 kHz
Sampling 51.2 Hz
Digital signal
processing functions
Automatically configured anti-alias filter, high-pass filter, decimation, overlapping, windowing, FFT, and averaging
Sampling rate 2.5 kHz to 50 kHz
Dynamic range 128 dB
Signal to noise ratio 100 dB
FFT resolution 800 lines
Spectral windows Hanning
Frequency units Hz, orders, cpm
Amplitude units in/sec, mm/sec, VdB (US), VdB (Europe)
Non-volatile memory SD micro memory card, 2 GB internal + user accessible slot for additional storage
General specifications
Dimensions
(HxDxW)
7.30 in x 2.76 in x 10.52 in (18.56 cm x 7.00 cm x 26.72 cm)
Display 1/4 VGA, 320 x 240 Color (5.7 inch diagonal) TFT LCD with LED backlight
Input/Output
Connections
Tri-axial sensor connection: 4 pin M12 connector
Single axis sensor connection: BNC connector
Tachometer Connection: Mini DIN 6 pin connector
PC Connection: Mini 'B' USB (2.0) connector
Battery Battery type: Lithium-ion, 14.8 V, 2.55 Ah
Battery charging time: Three hours
Battery discharge time: Eight hours (under normal conditions)
AC adapter Input voltage: 100 Vac to 240 Vac
Input frequency: 50/60 Hz
Sensor specifications
Sensor type Accelerometer
Sensitivity 100 mV/g (± 5 %, 25 °C)
Acceleration range 80 g peak
Amplitude nonlinearity 1 %
Frequency response Z: 2 - 7,000 Hz ± 3dB
X, Y: 2 - 5,000 Hz ± 3dB
Power requirement (IEPE) 18 V dc to 30 V dc, 2 mA to 10 mA
Bias output voltage 12 V dc
Grounding Case grounded
Sensing element design PZT ceramic / shear
Case material 316L stainless steel
Mounting 10-32 captive socket head screw, 2-pole rare earth magnet (48 lb pull strength)
Output connector 4-Pin, M12
Mating connector M12 - F4D
Non-volatile memory TEDS 1451.4 compatible
Vibration limit 500 g peak
Shock limit 5000 g peak
Electromagnetic
sensitivity, equivalent g
100 μg/gauss
Sealing Hermetic
Temperature range -50 to 120 °C (-58 to 248 °F) ± 7 %
Tachometer specifications
Detection Laser Diode Class 2
Range 6.0 to 99,999 rpm
Accuracy 6.0 to 5999.9 rpm: ± 0.01 % and ± 1 digit
5999.9 to 99999 rpm: ± 0.05 % and ± 1 digit
Resolution 0.1 rpm
Effective range 1 cm to 100 cm (0.4 in to 39.27 in)
Response time 1 second (> 60 rpm)
Controls Measure on/off transparent button
Interface 6 Pin Mini DIN
Cable length 50 cm (19.586 in)
Dimensions (DxW) 2.86 cm x 12.19 cm (1.125 in x 4.80 in)
Weight 96 g (3.4 oz) with cable
 
Ordering Information
Model Description Buy Online Price
Fluke 810 Fluke 810 Vibration Tester Buy Now $8,599.95
Included Accessories
 
  • 1 - Vibration Tester with diagnostic technology
  • 1 - Tri-axial accelerometer (w/ magnet mount, mounting pad kit w/ adhesive & quick-disconnect cable)
  • 1 - Laser tachometer and storage pouch
  • 1 - Smart battery pack with cable and adapters
  • 1 - Shoulder strap and adjustable hand strap
  • 1 - Viewer PC software
  • 1 - Mini USB to USB cable
  • 1 - Getting Started Guide
  • 1 - Illustrated quick reference guide
  • 1 - Users Manual CD-ROM
  • 1 - Carrying case
Included
Optional Accessories
Fluke C1600 Fluke C1600 Meter Gear Box Buy Now Sale $52.51
(Reg. $64.95)