The app is used to configure machines, spots and collect data. Read about the updates made in 2020 below:
1) Option to demand a default spectrum
It is now possible to register a default spectrum by choosing the configurations of the axes, maximum frequency, and default duration for each spot! This option gives more flexibility to the data collection routine for inspectors, as well as ensuring that "Collector" profiles perform the spectrum correctly by only having the option of a default spectrum.
Our recommendation is that the vibration analyst defines the default, selecting the maximum frequency in Hertz, the duration of the waveform, as well as the axis/axes of the spectra for each spot.
2) Sub-workspace collection for initial synchronization
When logging in to the app, the asset tree appears with all of the available sub-workspaces.
We recommend that the user always chooses the lowest level possible from the asset tree, as having less machines and spots to load will speed up the processing the app.
3) Snapshot screen redesigned
If a DynaLogger has been configured to collect overall acceleration and velocity data, the new snapshot screen will instantly show the readings of these two measurements for the three axes. The outside circle represents the velocity measurement and the inside circle represents acceleration. Based on the configured hardware alerts A1 and A2, the indicator within the circles will change color accordingly (green = no alert, yellow = A1 alert, red = A2 alert).