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Table of contents
This chapter is a short introduction to SKF Enlight Centre.
Figure 1 – Enlight Centre workflow
The SKF Enlight Centre is a web-based software that is designed to facilitate collection and analysis of machine data. Enlight Centre then uses this data to provide insight and actions that help SKF improve the customer’s efficiency and reliability.
Data can be collected using various data acquisition devices. To collect machine data, routes are created in Enlight Centre. The routes are downloaded to the data acquisition device and walked by an inspector. Machine data is collected with the data acquisition device, see Section 6 References for further information.
When machine data has been collected, the data is uploaded from the data acquisition device to Enlight Centre and the route is marked as completed.
The purpose of this user manual is to provide instructions for Enlight Centre. The intended audience is all users of Enlight Centre. The manual includes descriptions of different roles and the functionality available for the different roles. The manual does not contain information about any hardware or how to install or modify other software. See Section 6 References for further information.
Names of buttons and on-screen objects are presented in bold text, e.g. click Log in.
In this manual, the word “select” means to choose and confirm selection of an item or alternative.
Messages displayed on the screen are written in italics enclosed in single quotes, e.g. ‘A route already exists’.
Note: Is used to indicate notes to the reader (information of special importance).
Step-by-step procedures are sequenced using sequence numbering: 1., 2., 3., …
Procedures not dependent of sequence order use bullets: •. Bullets can also mark a list of functions or buttons.
Supported web browsers
Enlight Centre supports Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Edge. It does not support Internet Explorer. Contact SKF for more information about browser versions, see Product support contact information.
Main navigation in Enlight Centre is based on drill-down functionality through the available company hierarchies. The individual segments in the navigation bar are called cards. Click on the desired card to select a specified view or return to the top view by clicking the All customers card, see Figure 2.
Figure 2 – Example of navigation cards in the Analyze function
User access control
User access control is used to manage user access to functionalities and specific company hierarchies. It is also used to set permissions which enables the users to perform certain operation within Enlight Centre.
All roles have access to own personal user settings in the User settings panel.
Figure 3 – Enlight Centre main menu with panels for different functions
Machine health status
This chapter describes Machine health status and how this is determined.
Machine status is determined by several factors, see Figure 4.
Figure 4 – Determining machine health status
How to set alarm levels
An enabled measurement point with data can have the following alarm status:
- Danger: Measurement value above the danger level.
- Alert: Measurement value above the warning level and below the danger level.
- Good: Measurement value below the warning and danger levels.
- Not set: Alarm levels are undefined, and status cannot be set.
See also Section 4.4.7 Set alarm thresholds.
Faults and Severity
When reporting faults, select between the different severity levels:
Fault severity is mapped to health status, according to:
- Unacceptable: Severe
- Unsatisfactory: Moderate
- Satisfactory: Suspect & Minor
- Good: No open fault
Health status categories
The health status categories are described in detail in Table 1.
Table 1 – Description of health status categories
|Status||Health status category description|
|Unacceptable(SEVERE)||The Asset Health Status is Unacceptable when the identified fault severity is Severe.Assets in this category have a high risk of immediate functional failure or sustaining secondary damage; this health status involves taking urgent corrective actions to repair or improve the reliability of the asset and reduce risks.Short-term urgency, the problem requires correction in the short term, in general within a few days or weeks.Work Notification must be issued to communicate faults and remedial actions recommended to improve the asset health.|
|UNSATISFACTORY(MODERATE)||The Asset Health Status is Unsatisfactory when the identified fault severity is marked as Moderate. The Asset Classes in this category have a high risk of functional failure; this health status involves taking corrective actions to repair or improve the reliability of the asset and reduce risks.Mid-term urgency, it is generally estimated that the asset can perform its designated function up to the next vibration analysis survey or for the next few months, although this cannot be guaranteed.Work Notification must be issued to communicate faults and remedial actions recommended to improve the asset health.|
|SUSPECT(SATISFACTORY)||Assets in this category imply that there might be a Suspect fault which is not clearly identified, and additional measurements are required to clearly define the problem and its severity level.The asset health status is considered Satisfactory but might require that follow up actions are taken by SKF or the customer to support the decision to request corrective actions or update the asset health status to Good. Minor repair actions such as “lubrication”, “inspections” or others may be requested for assets in this health status category.|
|GOOD(NORMAL)||The health status of the asset is considered Good to perform the required function up to the next vibration analysis survey.There are no significant changes over time. Repair actions are not required.|
|NOT MONITORED||The Not Monitored category is applicable to assets which the health status could not be assessed due to safety constraints (e.g. data not collected due to inaccessibility) or CM software or hardware fault.Repair actions such as “Replace coupling guard”, “Replace sensor cable” or others may be requested to assets under this health status category.|
|OUT OF SERVICE||The Out of Service category is applicable to assets whose health status could not be assessed due to it not being operational, not being under the required operating regime or being under maintenance.|
Note: The categories Not Monitored and Out of Service do not replace previous Asset Health Status classification if the severity of the fault is either Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory or Unacceptable.
This chapter describes the functions in Enlight Centre.
Enlight Centre is a web-based software where the client runs in a web browser. See also Section 1.4 Supported web browsers. The user account is set up by a local sales representative.
Figure 5 – Log In
- Start an internet browser.
- Open the URL: http://enlight.skf.com/
- Enter the registered Email address.
- Enter Password.
- Press Log In.
- Select Forgot your password? to reset the password.
In the User settings panel the user can change the password and log out. User access can also be viewed, see Figure 6. Select the User settings panel in the main menu.
Figure 6 – User Settings
- Select the User settings in the main menu.
- Select Settings to change password and view user access.
- Press Log Out to log out from Enlight Centre.
The User Administrator panel is only accessible to the User Administrator. In the User Administrator panel all the users of Enlight Centre are administered. User roles are set or changed, new users are added, and access to relevant company hierarchies are added or removed.
Figure 7 – Administer users
- Select the User Administrator panel in the main menu.
- Press Create User to add a new user or select a user to Edit user details.
- User details include Name, User Roles, Status and Hierarchy access settings.
- Select View Role details to view a list of all roles with brief descriptions of the functionality available for each role.
Hierarchies are used to set up companies in a structured way so that condition monitoring can be performed.
The Hierarchy panel displays an overview of a company’s Sites with Functional Locations, Assets, Measurement Points and Inspection Points available for the user. The view is divided into levels. This is an example:
- Root Level (Company)
- Level 1 (Site)
- Level 2 (Plant, Ship, System or Functional Location)
- Level 3 (System or Functional Location)
- Level 4 (System, Functional Location or Asset)
- Level 5 (Asset, Measurement Point or Inspection Point)
- Level 6 (Measurement Point or Inspection Point)
The available Sites with Functional Locations visible in the overview depends on which customer hierarchies the user is assigned access to, by an administrator.
Important: To use Route functionality, Hierarchies need to have either Plant or Ship nodes.
Figure 8 – Hierarchy Cards and Hierarchy Tree
- Select the Hierarchy panel in the main menu.
- Navigate through the hierarchy tree to reach the desired view.
Add a node
Sites, Functional Locations, Assets, Measurement Points and Inspection Points can be added by a Hierarchy Manager to create a customer hierarchy.
Figure 9 – Add a node
- To add a node at a level, select the desired level in the hierarchy and press the Add node (+) button.
- Enter the required information.
- Press Save.
Duplicate Functional Locations and Assets
Entire Functional Locations and Assets can be duplicated in the Hierarchy section. The duplicated node is duplicated with all connected nodes, located in the same place of the hierarchy.
Figure 10 – Duplicate Functional Locations or Assets
- Navigate to Functional Location or Asset that needs to be duplicated.
- Select the Duplicate option.
- A copy of the selected node is displayed.
- Press Save.
- The copied node and the connected nodes can now be modified.
Note: The copied node must also be saved before any modifications can be performed on the source node.
Complete branches can be removed from the Hierarchy panel. This deletes the entire branch, including all connected nodes originating from the selected node.
Figure 11 – Remove branches from Hierarchy panel
- Navigate to the branch and node that needs to be removed.
- Select the Delete option.
- The Delete option removes the selected node and all the connected nodes.
Assign type, sequence and image to Assets
An Asset selected in the Hierarchy panel can be assigned an Asset Type according to the SKF taxonomy and, if applicable, an Asset Sequence,
In addition, it is possible to upload an image for each Asset. The image is shown in the ProCollect App, if the Asset is in a Route.
Figure 12 – Assign type, sequence and upload image for an Asset
- Select the desired Asset to update.
- Select the Asset Type either by searching or viewing the drop-down list.
- If applicable, select the Asset Sequence.
- Upload an image to the Asset, either by clicking “Add Asset Image” to browse, or by dragging and then dropping the desired image.
- Press Save.
Inspection points with graphical gauges
In hierarchies, three different types of Inspection points can be created:
- Single-Choice questions
- Multi-Choice questions
It is possible to configure the visualization type for inspection points with circular or level gauges for the ProCollect App. The graphical gauges are used when collecting machine data for the inspection point and will indicate any configured alarm thresholds.
Figure 13 – Numerical inspection point with graphical gauges
- Add a node to an Asset and select Inspection point in the drop-down list.
- Add a name of the Inspection point.
- Select Type of Inspection Value in the drop-down list.
- Select a Visualization type in the drop-down list.
- For numeric inspection values, add desired Min. value, Max. value and Unit of measurement. For Single choice question and Multiple-choice question, add one or multiple desired Answers.
- Press Save.
Figure 14 – Level and Circular gauges in the ProCollect App
Configuration for QuickCollect sensor and extension sensor
In hierarchies, Measurement points and QuickCollect points can be configured specifically with the use of a QuickCollect sensor.
Additionally, when using the QuickCollect sensor model CMDT 391 on applicable points, the use of an extension sensor can be configured. Temperature alarms are disabled if the external sensor is configured for the Measurement point.
Figure 15 – Measurement point configuration without extension sensor
- Add a node to an Asset and select QuickCollect point or Measurement point in the drop-down list.
- Select Enable configuration. (This only applies on QuickCollect sensor)
- For Measurement points, select the desired configuration in the drop-down lists.
- Select Sensor type: either Internal sensor or Extension sensor.
Note: Extension sensor is only applicable when using QuickCollect sensor model CMDT 391.
- Press Save.
Measurement points with enabled configuration for QuickCollect sensor have additional settings that can be configured. These settings include: Fmax (Hz), Number of lines, View signal, Detection signal and High pass filter.
Figure 16 – Measurement point with enabled configuration for QuickCollect Sensor
Set alarm thresholds
In hierarchies, the alarm thresholds for a Measurement point, Inspection point or QuickCollect point are set, see Figure 17.
Machine data collected and transferred to Enlight Centre is displayed on the screen with easy-to-identify colour-coded bars that indicate alarm status: green for acceptable, yellow for alert and red for danger.
The alarm levels can also be synchronised with the SKF ProCollect app. See the ProCollect User Manual, Section 6 References, for further information.
Note: The alarm thresholds can only be set after the Measurement point, Inspection point or QuickCollect point is saved.
Figure 17 – Set alarm levels for Measurement point, Numeric Inspection point and QuickCollect point
- Select Enable alarm and enter values for the alarm thresholds.
- Out of window means that if a value is outside a certain range, it will trigger an alarm. An example of this is temperature.
If something is too cold or too hot, it is ‘bad’. In this case it is Danger high if it is too hot and Danger low if it is too low.
- In window is the opposite alarm logic. The value is considered good if it is above a certain number or below a certain number. An out of window alarm is more commonly used, but in either case the colour bar to the right, will usefully feedback a confirmation of where the alarm zones are being set.
Alarms can be configured for Inspection points with either single choice or multiple-choice question. An alarm and operator instructions can be specified for each added answer.
Figure 18 – Set alarm levels for multiple choice question Inspection point and QuickCollect Point
Routes are used to manage what data to collect and when data is to be collected from machines using portable devices. A route is a selection of Functional Locations with measurement or inspection points.
The Routes panel displays a list of created routes, see Figure 19 and Figure 20.
When clicking on a route, a more detailed view of the route is displayed, including the Functional Locations, Assets and Points.
Routes can be created to have a mix of Points and complete Assets.
Basic routes can be set as Make Rewalkable, which allows the user to create copies of the exact same route through the ProCollect App.
Recurring routes are collected in a scheduled interval, which can be specified when creating or editing a route. The recurring routes can be set to inactive or active, which enables the collection to be turned off/on. It is possible to set the schedule interval for each Functional Location and in addition, Assets and Points can have their own schedule.
Observation routes are time-limited routes, intended for repeated data collection on machines that need closer monitoring during a time-period up to 6 months. The content of an observation route is always the same, regardless of the individual functional location schedules.
Important: Before a route can be created, either a Plant or Ship must be attached to the Company or Site. Only eligible plants or ships are shown in the list of available routes.
Note: Only one route can be active at a time per ship. Once the active route is returned to Enlight Centre, a new route can be sent to the ship. Plants support multiple active routes at the same time.
Figure 19 – Routes landing page
- Select the Routes panel in the main menu. The Routes landing page shows a summary of all routes.
- Navigation panel for Routes, used to select a specific Plant or Ship.
- Overview of the available Routes, sorted by Plant or Ship.
- Summary of number of Functional Locations and created Routes.
- This symbol indicates instances of recurring routes.
- This symbol indicates instances of rewalkable routes.
Figure 20 – Routes view of a specified Plant or Ship
- Select the desired Plant or Ship from the navigation panel.
- List of created routes for the specified Plant or Ship.
- The status of recurring routes can be set to either Active or Inactive, using the drop down list.
- Click on an existing route in the route list to display a detailed view of the route, from which the route can be edited.
- Press the Delete button to delete a route without ongoing collection.
Creating a route
Routes can be created either directly from the Routes landing page, or from the Routes view, see Figure 21. The create route form lists all available functional locations on the selected level, and all sub-levels, in the hierarchy that the user has access to.
Figure 21 – Create route
- Select the + Create Route option.
- Enter the Route name.
- Set as either Basic, Recurring or Observation.
- For Basic routes, set Due date for the route.
Optionally for Basic routes, set Make rewalkable.
For Recurring routes, set date for First collection.
- For Recurring routes, select the desired Interval for how often the route should be collected.
For Observation routes, set the desired duration for how long the route should be observed, and then select the Interval.
Note: The Interval is automatically set based on the individual scheduled intervals of the Functional Locations. If no scheduled intervals are set for the Functional Locations, the Interval can be set manually.
- Select specified Functional Locations, Assets and Points by ticking the boxes.
- List of the selected Functional Locations, Assets and Points. Press the up and down arrows to re-order the list.
- Press Save to save the route or Cancel to cancel the operation.
Set Schedule for recurring routes
The option Set Schedule enables the user to set how often data should be collected from a specified Functional Location, see Figure 22.
The following options for the scheduled intervals are available:
- 6 weeks
- 2 months
- 3 months
- 4 months
- 6 months
Figure 22 – Set schedule period
- Press Set Schedule, to set the time period for when data should be collected on a specified Functional Location, Asset or Point.
- Select Interval from the drop down list for each desired asset.
- Press Save to save or Cancel to cancel the operation.
Routes that does not have a set schedule can be sent manually, by pressing the Send button.
Figure 23 – Send routes
The Status column shows the status of a route, see Figure 24.
Figure 24 – Route status
The following route statues are possible:
- Not sent – The route has been created in Enlight Centre but not sent to the data acquisition device.
- Sent – The route has been sent but not received by the data acquisition device.
- Received – The route has been received by the data acquisition device.
- In progress – The collecting of data has started but is not finished.
- Missed – The collecting of data was not finished on time and the route is overdue.
- Completed – The route is completed and the collected data uploaded to Enlight Centre.
Note: Full support for Route status indication is only available when using the Quick Collect Sensor. For MicroLog, the In Progress indication is not supported.
The Analyze panel displays an overview of all Functional Locations available for the user. The available Functional Locations visible in the overview depend on which customers hierarchies the user is assigned access to, by an administrator.
All Functional Locations are visible in the same table and the Functional Location list can be sorted on the different columns. It is also possible to search for specific Functional Locations, using the search field.
Figure 25 – Analyze landing page
- Navigate through the assigned customer hierarchies, using the side panel.
- Search for specific Functional Locations using the search field.
- Sort on Functional Location, Collected date, Status, or Reported date by clicking the labels. The sorting is either ascending or descending which is indicated by the arrows.
Trend, Spectrum and Timewave plots help determine if machinery condition changes are occurring and if so, to help with analysing the cause of machinery condition changes.
Select a Functional Location in the list to display a detailed view of the available Assets. Select an Asset in the Asset menu to display it in the Asset workspace. In the Asset workspace, detailed trends and graphs are displayed, see
Figure 26 – Asset workspace
- Select a Functional Location in the list.
- Select an Asset in the Asset menu to display a Trend plot.
- Click on a Measurement point to display a Spectrum plot.
- Click Show timewave to display a Timewave plot.
Trend plots allow the user to easily compare a measurement point’s most recent reading to its previous readings and its alarm set up, allowing the user to see how the point is ‘trending’ over time. Trend plot is an easy and accurate method of detecting gradual changes in process conditions and changes that might otherwise be overlooked. The horizontal X Axis represents Time (Date/Time) and the vertical Y Axis represents Magnitude.
Figure 27 – Trend plot
- Click on the exclamation marks to see available process data.
Spectrum plot is a tool for performing analysis by breaking down the vibration measurements into component frequencies.
The horizontal X Axis represents Vibration frequency (Hz, CPM or Orders of running speed) and the vertical Y Axis represents Vibration amplitude.
Figure 28 – Spectrum plot
- Use the mouse scroll wheel to scroll up and down in the plot.
- Zoom in the Spectrum plot with shift + mouse scroll wheel.
- Pan in the Spectrum plot with shift + mouse drag left or right.
The Timewave plot displays amplitude versus time and is a sample of the raw vibration signal. Time waveform analysis can provide clues to machine condition that are not always evident in the frequency spectrum and, when available, should be used as part of the analysis program.
Figure 29 – Spectrum plot
- Use the mouse scroll wheel to scroll up and down in the plot.
- Zoom in the Timewave plot with shift + mouse scroll wheel.
- Pan in the Timewave plot with shift + mouse drag left or right.
Figure 30 – Plot cursors
- Hz – Displays the X-axis as cycles per second.
- CPM – Displays the X-axis as cycles per minute.
- O – Displays the X-axis as orders of running speed.
- Sideband cursor
- Harmonic cursor
- Single cursor
- Band cursor
The Sideband cursor displays additional cursors at frequencies to either side of the base cursor. For example, if the base cursor is placed at 5 orders and the sideband interval equals 1 order, then the 1st pair of sideband cursors will be located at ±1 order on either side of the base cursor (i.e. at 4 and 6 orders). Additional sideband cursors (5 by default) will each be located an additional ±1 order away.
- Number of sidebands = 5. Change the number of sidebands by using the left and right arrows next to 'Sidebands' in the information box to the right of the spectrum plot.
- The base cursor is placed at 50% of the frequency range.
- Sidebands are placed at ±1x, ±2x ... ±5x the base frequency.
Move base cursor
- Move the base cursor by selecting it with the mouse and dragging it along the frequency axis to the desired location.
Note: When moving the base cursor, the sidebands will also move to maintain ±1x, ±2x, ... ±5x the interval from the base frequency.
- Move a sideband cursor by selecting it with the mouse and dragging it along the frequency axis.
Note: When moving a sideband cursor, the base frequency is not changed, and the sidebands are moved to maintain the same distance between them.
- The information box to the right of the spectrum plot displays the frequency and the amplitude for the base cursor and each sideband cursor.
- The number of sidebands and the interval between them can be controlled using the left and right arrows.
The Harmonic cursor displays cursors at integer multiples of the base cursor. If the base cursor is located at 1x rpm, harmonics will appear at 2x, 3x, 4x, etc.
- Number of harmonics displayed = 10. Alter the number of harmonics by using the left and right arrows next to 'Harmonies' in the information box to the right of the spectrum plot.
- The base cursor is placed at 1x rpm when information of the speed of the machine is available.
- The base cursor is placed at 50% of the frequency range if the speed of the machine is not known.
- Harmonic markers are placed at 2x, 3x ...10x the base frequency.
Move base cursor
- Move the base cursor by selecting it with the mouse and dragging it along the frequency axis to the desired location.
- Move the base cursor by using the left & right arrows in the information box to the right of the spectrum plot.
Note: When moving the base cursor, the harmonics will be moved to maintain 2x, 3x, 4x the base frequency.
Move harmonic cursor
- Move a harmonic cursor by selecting it with the mouse and dragging it along the frequency axis.
Note: When moving a harmonic cursor, it will move a fraction of the last harmonic. (i.e. moving the harmonic at 10x the base frequency 1 bin to the left, the harmonic at 9x the base frequency will move 9/10th of a bin and snap to the closest bin, the harmonic at 8x the base frequency will move 8/10th of a bin and snap to the closest bin, etc.)
- The information box to the right of the spectrum plot displays the frequency and the amplitude for each harmonic.
- You can control the number of harmonics (Harmonies) and the Interval between them using the left and right arrows.
The single cursor is a base cursor that can be moved to any frequency and identifies the amplitude at that frequency.
- The single cursor is placed at the highest peak in the spectrum.
- Move the single cursor by selecting it with the mouse and dragging it along the frequency axis to the desired location or use the arrow buttons in the information box to the right of the plot.
- Add multiple instances of the single cursor by pressing Add cursor in the information box to the right of the plot.
- The information box displays information about each cursor’s x and y values.
The band cursor is made up of three parts: the fundamental left line, fundamental right line, and the bandwidth. Band cursors sum the total energy contained within the frequency band and display the total energy value with the frequency range in the band.
- The band cursor is placed with the highest peak in the spectrum in the middle of the band.
- The width of the cursor is set to 25% of the frequency range.
- Move the band cursor by selecting it with the mouse and dragging it along the frequency axis to the desired location (i.e. the width is kept the same, the left and right lines are moved by equal amounts).
- Move the left/right lines of the band cursor by placing the mouse on the left/right line and drag the line to the desired location.
Additional information is displayed to the right of the spectrum plot:
- Overall: Total energy within the frequency band.
- Peak: The amplitude of the highest peak within the frequency band.
- Start: Frequency of the left line.
- End: Frequency of the right line.
- Width: Frequency range = End-Start.
Report status link
The Report status button opens the Report view for the specified asset.
Figure 31 – Report status button
The Reports panel enables the user to view registered faults for specific assets.
In the Reports panel, all available assets are shown as either a list or grouped by functional location, see Figure 32. Filters can be applied to display the desired types of asset statuses, assets, and faults, see Figure 34. The Asset health workspace displays details of the registered status and faults for the selected asset.
Figure 32 – Reports panel
- Select the Reports panel in the main menu.
- Select Company from the drop down menu.
- Filter the view based on Asset status, Asset types and Fault types.
Use the Search field to search for Asset or Functional location name.
Press Clear filters, to remove all applied filters.
- Use the Group by functional locations toggle button to either show the asset grouped by functional locations, or only as a list of assets.
- The Asset health workspace displays registered faults. From this panel, it is possible to register or edit new faults, and close reported faults.
- Use the buttons to toggle displaying the Asset health workspace.
- The current status of the Asset is indicated here.
- Press the Edit, Add recommended action, or Close fault buttons to make changes to the status report of the fault.
- Select if the reported fault is correct or not.
- Use the drop-down list to change the Action status for the selected asset to one of the following statuses:
- Press the Confirm status button to confirm the status of the specified fault.
Manage faults and health status
The health of and faults on machines are registered in the Asset health workspace. The Asset health workspace allows the user to update health status, register new faults, close faults, and to view open and historical faults. The asset health status flow is described in Figure 33.
Figure 33 – Asset status flow
Status reports display options
In addition to searching on Asset or Functional location name, the asset list can be filtered by Asset Status, Data Collection and Fault Type, see Figure 34.
Figure 34 – Filtering status reports
- The filtering option Asset Statuses displays assets based on asset statuses:
- The filtering option Asset types displays assets based on asset type.
- Air handling unit
- Asset type not set
- The filtering option Fault types displays assets based on the fault types.
- Air Gape Eccentricity
- Accumulator Pressure Abnormal
- Belt wear
- Coil Condition Degraded
View or update the Status report
The Asset status can be viewed or updated in the Asset health workspace.
In this workspace, it is possible to review the registered faults and close them individually, or close all faults using the Close all faults option. Closed faults remain displayed to show a fault history for the selected Asset.
Press the Save button to update the Status report and display the latest status
Current status of the Asset is displayed, including the collection status.
Figure 35 – View or update status report
- Press the Edit fault button to edit the Fault type, Severity level and previously specified Recommended actions of a fault.
- Press the Add rec. action button to add a new Recommended action.
- Toggle between Active faults and Fault history.
- Press the Close fault button to close individual faults.
- Press the Close all faults button to close all faults.
- Select if the reported fault is correct or not.
- Press the Save button after performing the desired updates, this updates the status of the fault.
When selecting Close fault or Close all faults, the close fault dialogue is shown. The status for each Recommended action must be set to either Done or Rejected in the drop-down list. Additionally, a comment about the reason for closing the fault must be added before the fault can be closed, using the Close fault button.
The information about the closed fault is then visible in Asset health workspace.
Register a new fault
Selecting the + Add fault option for an Asset adds a new fault entry in the Asset health workspace.
Figure 36 – Register a new fault
- Press the +Add fault button.
- Define a Fault type for the report, by selecting an item in the pre-defined list.
- Select one of the following to determine the severity of the fault:
- Optionally, add a comment about the basis on which the fault has been added in the Observation field.
- Select a recommended action from the pre-defined list, the top most recommended actions are suggestions based on the type of fault selected.
- Optionally, add a comment for the recommended action in the Additional comment field.
- Optionally, press Add rec action button if additional actions are required.
- Save the report and update the status of the Asset by pressing the Save button.
Note: It is important to add relevant information when reporting and closing faults. The information will be visible in the Asset health workspace and facilitates asset status monitoring and fault handling.
The Insight panel provides the user with tools for viewing data collection status and surveillance of critical assets.
Collection status displays the status of the overall data collection for the specified company.
Figure 37 - Collection status
- Select the Insights panel in the main menu.
- Select Collection status in the Insights menu.
- Filter by Company to display the desired view.
- The Data collection status graph displays the status as either Data collected, No data collected, or Overdue. For details about the data in the graph, place the cursor on the desired column.
- Clicking on a column including entries with the status No data collected, displays the following in the No data collected list:
- Reason for no data collection
- Percentage of no data collected
- Number of affected assets
- The view can be printed by pressing the Print report button.
Bad actors display the most common type of faults, most repaired assets, functional location with most faults.
Figure 38 - Bad actors
- Select Bad actors in the Insights menu.
- Filter by Company and Sites, plants and systems, Current view, and Time period to show desired view.
- Type of fault displays the types of fault that are most common.
- Functional locations with most faults display a graph of Functional location with most registered faults
- The view can be printed by pressing the Print report button.
A software solution with diagnostic and analytical capabilities for managing asset condition data from portable and on-line devices.
Condition monitoring software optimised to collect and analyze continuous measurement data from critical rotating machinery.
An Asset is a specific piece of equipment with a unique identification number.
See Health Status.
The Asset criticality indicates how critical the asset is within the production process. Criticality is a process to evaluate each functional location's importance to the business with focus on factors such as safety, regulatory impact, revenue loss, and reduced capacity. E.g. "A", "B", "C", "High", "Medium", "Low".
Critical implies that failure has the potential to stop the production process, endanger machinery, personnel, or environment, or have substantial financial consequence.
Enlight Centre is a web-based software that is implemented to facilitate collection and analysis of machine data.
Imperfection in the state or condition of a maintainable item/component/part that is likely to result in a functional failure if not corrected.
A Functional Location groups assets of a company according to functional, process-related or location criteria. Typically, a Functional Location represents the place at which a task is performed, and where various Assets are installed. Examples: Water injection skid, Compressor house, Motor room.
Functional Location ID
The Functional Location ID identifies both the equipment function and the physical location.
ProCollect is an application designed to run on a mobile device, such as a mobile phone or tablet. ProCollect is used by an inspector for collection of machine data.
The Asset Health Status summarises the results of the machinery health state and diagnostics. It also indicates the severity of the fault and urgency of repair actions.
Mean Time Between Repair.
Priority Rank is an integrated approach to the risk-informed decision-making process. It gives Asset Managers a risk-centric view of the asset probability to perform a required function and the risks involved if it doesn't. Used to prioritise CM Specialist workload to establish a most-to-least-critical importance ranking.
The Recommended Actions are the tasks suggested to resolve the listed incipient faults or functional failures and restore the asset’s health status to Normal. The Recommended Actions are based on, for example, the criticality of the assets, operation and maintenance costs, availability of spare parts and the severity of the fault.
The Severity of a Report indicates the level of criticality from the identified incipient fault.
Work Notification is used to request work to fix incipient faults/functional failures.
Work Order is a financial and work management transaction used to plan and charge labour, materials, and services required to execute requested work.
- SKF @ptitude Analyst for SKF Microlog Analyzer User Manual,
Part No. 32268000 EN, Revision A
- SKF @ptitude Analyst Thin Client Transfer User Manual,
Part No. 32143800 EN, Revision E
- SKF ProCollect User Manual,
Part No. 15V-090-00089-100 EN, Revision D
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