The Aces 2020PL is an aircraft vibration analyzer balancer for performing propeller balancing, rotor track, balance measurements, and vibration surveys at an affordable price.
The 2020PL ProBalancer Kit includes all the vibration analyzing and balancing equipment required to improve the performance of your helicopter or plane.
|Accuracy||Vibration Amplitude: ± 5%, 0-10 IPS
Frequency Range: 0-12 KHz (720,000 RPM) per channel when collecting on both channels simultaneously OR 0-20 KHz (1,200,000 RPM) when collecting on a single channel
Tachometer Inputs: ± 0.3%, 100-10,000 rpm
|Power Supply||Type: Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) 12V, 4.5 Amp-hour internal
Operation Time: 10 – 12 hours (optimum)
Charging Time: 2 hours
|Voltage||12 V DC Battery or 14-28 V DC ship’s power|
|Physical||Height: 9.3 inches
Width: 7.5 inches
Depth: 4.4 inches
Weight: 4.8 lbs.
Operating Temperature: 0 to +50C
|AC Input||The data acquisition system is capable of measuring AC values from 0.1 volt to 2.048 volts peak|
|The analyzer can use the tachometer input to synchronously sample and average data. These data contain phase information for vibration related to the tachometer. The analyzer can report phase to ±3 degrees for this vibration, which is reproducible to 1 degree.|
|Tachometer signal processing electronics are capable of adjusting the full-scale input range to handle any available sensor for measuring speed. Adjustment of the tachometer conditioning electronics is performed automatically by the microprocessor and requires no user intervention. The voltage level that is used as a reference for detection of the start of the revolution can be adjusted from 120mV to 5 volts. The tachometer circuitry can detect speeds up to 10.000 RPM.|
|Auto-ranging Input||The analyzer auto-ranges all signal inputs based on sensor sensitivity. That way, it can determine the optimum gain setting to achieve the maximum dynamic range. Gains are adjusted by factors of two (1 to 512) for all channels. This adjustment enables the analyzer to perform each measurement without overload and with maximum accuracy.|
|Sensor Types||The analyzer will accept any vibration signal input (acceleration, velocity, or displacement). The input is then displayed as collected or integrated to another vibration unit. The vibration input will accept any voltage-generating sensor (must have external charge converter when required).|
|Analysis Range||Data is accurately transformed from the time to frequency domain using a high roll-off, 8-pole elliptical, anti-aliasing filter with a Fast Fourier Transformer (FFT). The analyzer will perform FFT resolutions of 100, 200, 400, and 800 lines.|