Measuring Points Tab

  1. Select multiple. If you want to compare different measuring points, click the box “select multiple”, and then you get the sensors under each other in a row.
  2. Show active only. If you click the box it shows only the active measuring points.
  3. Here you can search for certain measuring points.
  4. Here you can create new measuring points.
  5. Sensors- Here you change the settings for the sensors.
  6. Properties- Her you change the measuring points properties.
  7. Graph settings- Here you change the settings for the graphs.
  8. This is a quick switch on/off for the measuring points.

overview_measuring points tab


Three types of different dates

  1. Project date
  2. Measuring point date (Every measuring point has a date. This can point to many different sensors)
  3. Sensor date (the actual sensor: vibration, noise or X ). Every sensor has it’s own date. It can be the same date.

If you are going to calibrate a sensor then you add a new sensor and make sure that the the dates overlap.

Don’t move a measuring point, create a new one.

If a measuring point is grayed out it means that it’s not active. The reason for this is marked with red.


Changing a sensor on a measuring point

Important, it has to be the same type of sensor. Different sensors has different standards.


Changing the measuring points properties

  1. Go to Properties on the measuring point you want to change.
  2. Click on setting.

overview measuring points

The actual settings of a sensor can only be changed under hardware

  1. High alarm is the red line in the datareport. For presentation, indication alarm levels.

  2. High alert is the yellow line in the datareport. For presentation, indication alert levels

  3. Table threshold filter help to filter all the low values, vibration and sound.

    Click on save.

measuring point properties


Changing the graph settings

  1. Go to graph settings on the measuring point you want to change.
  2. Click on settings.

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graph settings