This article outlines of the features that can be found on the Detailed View page of each piece of equipment on the MOVUS Dashboard.
The Detailed View shows information about a piece of equipment that is being monitored by a FitMachine. To find out information about the FitMachine that is monitoring the equipment, there is a MAC address linked on the Left-Hand Side shown here:
This page contains 9 key features. These include:
- Equipment Photos
- The Insights Card
- Health Overview Chart
- AI Output Chart
- Measured Data Chart
- Equipment Usage Chart
- Quick Info
- Equipment Details
- Location Details
1. Equipment Photos
The photos that you've submitted during the onboarding process can be found here with the Overall Location photo set as the default. Click on the picture to see the whole photo and cycle through other uploaded images.
2. The Insights Card
The Insights card highlights high-level information about a piece of equipment that could otherwise be found on the ListView. This information includes Running Status, Condition and Degradation Sliders, AI Volume, Tone and Temperature, Vibration (RMS) and Ambient Temperature. For information about these specific indicators, view our article on the ListView or click the 'info' tab on the Insights card on the dashboard.
3. Health Overview Chart
The Health Overview Chart provides an overview of the equipment's condition over its lifetime. This includes highlighting when the asset was running (green) or not running (white), and changes in its health such as minor deviations in condition (yellow) and major deviations (red). This chart can help you identify trends and potential issues. To learn more, click here.
4. AI Output Chart
The AI Output chart shows how the equipment is running in relation to the baseline values learned during the Calibration process. On the chart Overall Condition is shown in green, Vibration/Noise data is shown in blue and Temperature is shown in black. The chart is split into three coloured bands to indicate the severity of equipment health deterioration, with red indicating a major deviation in condition.
5. Measured Data Chart
The Measured Data Chart 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. The red Running Cut-Off line is the vibration mm/s value assigned to a piece of equipment that will assist in separating running samples from ambient noise and vibration. To learn more about Running Cut-Off, click here.
6. Equipment Usage Chart
The Equipment Usage Chart highlights the equipment usage per day (black line), power usage per day (blue line), and when the equipment was not running (grey). Full potential is unlocked when you input the equipment's power rating, as this is what provides estimated power usage.
This chart is particularly useful for checking your equipment operating cycles and understanding how many stops and starts the equipment has across a period of time.
7. Quick Info
The Quick Info card provides the most commonly required information about an asset other than that found in the Insights card. This is information you may quickly need on hand. This includes when the last data was processed, the equipment's notifications status, WiFi signal, battery voltage, power rating, MAC address, learning state date and more.
8. Equipment Details
The Equipment Details card provides the equipment-specific information entered upon onboarding for your remote access. This is information you may need to better understand the equipment in question or for remote diagnostics.
This includes information such as Equipment Name, Number, Brand, Model, Type, Capacity, Power Rating, ISO Class, Max RPM and more.
9. Location Details
Finally, the Location Details card highlights the exact location of the equipment. This includes general location details such as the site and sub-area and specific location information like latitude and longitude.
Thanks for reading. As always, if you have any questions or concerns please reach out to MOVUS Support here.