The SpeedMaster™ with Pulse Pilot is the only device that accurately tests the calibration of a speed switch, and allows testing of the 10% alarm and 20% shutdown features of the sensor while installed on the machine shaft.
The SpeedMaster™ operates in two modes. Input mode is used to measure the pulse rate at normal speed. Output mode will allow the user to simulate belt underspeed for testing purposes.
The Pulse Pilot fits between the gap between the sensor and the target. The Pulse Pilot will have no effect on the operation of the speed switch until it is connected to the SpeedMaster™ and set to Output mode.
- Calibration Testing
- Exact Alarm Point Testing (usually 10% underspeed)
- Exact Shutdown Point Testing (usually 20% underspeed)
- 1 PPM or 1 % Speed Change Steps in Output Mode
- Easy To Read OLED Display
- No Need To Modify Speed Switch Assembly For Testing
- SM2 - SpeedMaster™ 2
- PP2 - Pulse Pilot 2 for SM2
- SM1 - SpeedMaster™ 1 (obsolete)
- PP1 - Pulse Pilot 1 for SM1 (obsolete)
4B COMPATIBLE SENSORS & ACCESSORIES:
- M3001V10AI - M300 Slipswitch (2 Wire)
- M3005V10AI - M300 Slipswitch (5 Wire)
- M1001V10A - M100 Stopswitch
- M8001V10C - M800 Elite Speed Switch
- P3001V34AI - P300 Inductive Proximity Switch
- WG1A-BR - Whirligig® with 1 Target
- WG2A-BR - Whirligig® with 2 Targets
- WG4A-BR - Whirligig® with 4 Targets
- WG8A-BR - Whirligig® with 8 Targets
- MAG2000M - Mag-Con™ Magnetic Connector
Speedmaster Speedswitches Calibration & Testing Device
Do I need to remove any parts from my Whirligig / Speed Switch assembly in order to use the SpeedMaster™?
No, one of the features of the SpeedMaster is that you can test the 4B Speed Switch without changing the installation or wiring of the sensor.
Do I need to stop the machine before I can use the SpeedMaster™ for diagnostics?
No, the Pulse Pilot of the SpeedMaster™ can be inserted between the Whirligig and Speed Switch while the machine is running.