EasyBalance 2.2 instrumentationfor semi- and fully-automated balancing machines

EasyBalance 2.2 with OPC
for real-time communication with OPC enabled PLCs

OPC license to enable real-time communication with OPC enabled PLC and other machine components

$980.- add-on, available with Standard or PRO software license

OPC Tag List

Available in different speed ranges,
covering 50 RPM up to 800,000 RPM
Standard speed range: 100 to 10,000 RPM
High speed range: 500 to 50,000 RPM
Ultra-high speed range: 1,000 to 100,000 RPM


EasyBalance 2.2
2-channel balancing instrumentation, with PRO software
$16,445.-

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Custom menu
Tailor your software from "basic" to "everything"

Balancing software, custom-menu dialog

Automation
For semi- and fully-automatic balancing systems, the EasyBalance software offers several communication choices for bi-directional exchange of data and commands:
IPC (easily implemented utilizing WINDOWS messaging WM_COPYDATA.
OPC client; communication of real-time plant data between control devices from different manufacturers.
RS232 serial communication using 9600 bps


SAE Balancing Machine Performance Testing
SAE ARP tests, certification and reports are an integrated part of the package.
Covers ARP4048, ARP4050, ARP5223 and ARP4162

Custom menu
Operator can select features which should be available. This allows tailoring the complexity of the software to operator preference, from “basic” to “everything”.

Calibration mass recommendation
In soft-bearing or Teach-mode a calibration
mass will be suggested, based on part tolerance.

Statistics
Individual unbalance results are automatically logged and statistics are shown, for instance for Statistical Process Control

Irregular segments
In addition to editable exclusion zones, operator can simply
turn rotor at positions not available for correction and push a button. The location will automatically be excluded (encoder required).

Tooling Averaging
Multiple runs can be averaged into one result, for each tooling compensation
step.

Tooling Audit
A tooling error percentage can be used to indicate tooling wear. Previous and current Tooling compensation values are displayed, and individual results can be selected to combine into a new
compensation result

Tooling History
Previous and current Tooling compensation values are shown in a spreadsheet or a history graph