On the Detailed View pages of your Dashboard, there are 3 graphs that will give you different insights into the health of your equipment. The
AI Analytics Chart
Underneath you can see the Condition and Degradation sliders and a series of graphs. By default, the first graph that you will see will be the AI Analytics graph. This is the AI output of data received from the FitMachine where Overall Condition is shown in green, Vibration/Noise data is shown in blue and the Temperature is shown in black. This graph shows the recorded data relative to the baseline values ‘learned’ during the calibration process and is split into three coloured bands to indicate the severity of equipment health deterioration.
The Measured Data Chart
The Measured Data graph shows the raw samples as recorded by the FitMachine. It is useful for a more in-depth look at how your equipment is running as it shows the recorded vibration and temperature values of each of the recorded samples. At the bottom of the Measured Data chart you can click on the ISO Table to see where the current vibration compares to the ISO Standard for vibration severity. The To Table button at the bottom right will show you temperature boundaries that will cause yellow and red alerts dependent on a difference between the learned data and the current temperature.
The Equipment Usage Chart
The Equipment Usage chart is a visual representation of the Cog symbol on the List View of the Dashboard. The chart is useful for checking your equipment operating cycles and can be used to minimise starts and stops. The grey parts of the graph show when the times when the equipment is not running. The tables below the Equipment Usage Chart will display the equipment utilisation and inferred power usage of your equipment over a number of different periods depending on measured run times and whether the Power Rating of your equipment has been entered during the onboarding process.
Below each of the graphs it’s possible to change the range of data that can be viewed to get a closer look at data over a given period which can be used to isolate a particular event. Do this by clicking and dragging the edges of the blue box to make it smaller or by entering desired dates into the field in the top right corner of the graph. If you'd like to see one week, one day, one month or all of the data collected for a piece of equipment you can press on the buttons just above the left corner of the data. It is also possible to move the selected area by clicking and dragging slider at the bottom to the desired location.
Using the E-chart at the bottom of the AI Graph to focus on a week of data (left) and a single day of data (right).