Registering a New Asset
1.1 New Asset
Through the "Assets" tab in the platform's main menu, you can import your asset hierarchy, specifying locations, assets, sub-assets, responsible parties, manufacturer information, and other important data for plant monitoring.
To begin the process of registering a new asset, click on "+ Add Asset".
Name your asset first. You can insert an image of your asset and also provide a description.
1.2 Assigning Asset Resposibles
Use the "Responsibles" field to define the users who will be notified when an alert is triggered. If you want all registered users to be notified, leave this field blank.
1.3 Sensor Code Registration
Enter the sensor code. It can be found directly on your sensor, located below the QR CODE for SMART TRAC or next to it for ENERGY TRAC.
If you prefer, you can register the sensor by using the camera on your smartphone or tablet. Simply point the camera directly at the QR code on the sensor to automatically capture and register the code.
1.4 Attachment Type
Select the chosen Attachment type to install the sensor on the asset.
1.5 Asset Model Registration
For more information on how to install the sensor, please refer to the FAQ - Installation and Fixation Methods of Smart Trac.
Select the model of the asset where the sensor will be installed. It can be an Electric Motor, Pump, Compressor, among others. To do this, click on the dropdown menu.
1.6 Model Classification
Select the classification of your asset model. This classification may vary depending on the model of your asset and can be selected from the dropdown menu.
1.7 Support type
Classify your asset mode according to the options. This may vary depending on the model of your asset and can be selected from the dropdown menu.
Choose the criticality of the asset to determine the monitoring sensitivity.
In this field, you should enter the technical data of your asset.
These information may vary depending on each asset and are as follows:
Rotation: Rotation in RPM or Hz of your asset;
Power: Power in kW or HP of your asset;
Temperature Limit: Operating temperature limit of your asset;
Support Type: Rigid or flexible, according to the asset's fixation. Rigid fixation does not allow any type of movement or deformation, while flexible fixation allows some degree of movement or deformation, such as the compression of a spring;
Bearing Data: Specifications of the bearings in your asset;
Belt and Pulley Data: Drive specifications of your asset;
Blade/Impeller Data: Number of blades and impellers in your asset (for pumps);
Shafts: Alignment of the shafts in your asset with the physical positioning of the sensor (for SMART TRAC);
Operating Window: Operating hours and dates of your asset;
Global Limits (Optional): Manual registration of vibration values for your asset;
Insights Configuration: Selection of alerts that the user wants to receive from your asset;
kWh Cost: Adopted energy tariff for your asset.
1.10 Asset or Location
In this field, you will select which Asset or Location should be registered according to the hierarchy of your asset. To do this, select the already created Location from the dropdown menu.
1.11 Manufacturer Data, Serial Number, and Year of Manufacture
Here you can fill in the Manufacturer data such as the Brand or Model of your asset, as well as the Serial Number and Year of Manufacture.
1.12 Asset QR Code
To generate a QR Code for your asset, you can either manually enter it following your organization's standard or generate a code automatically.
1.13 Asset Tags
You can register the tags to which your asset belongs. To do this, click on the dropdown menu and add them manually.
1.14 Asset Files
Attach files related to your asset, such as hydraulic or mechanical schematics, or any other documents that will assist the field team. Simply click "Save” to finish registering your asset.
How to Register Parent Assets
When creating a parent asset in the platform, you need to go to Add Asset and then link it to a location (you also need to fill in all the necessary asset information)
How to Register Sub Assets
After creating your parent assets, you can create sub-assets for them to further detail your asset tree.
After selecting your asset, go to the Sub Assets field and click on Add Sub Asset. You can then add as many sub-assets as needed.
Your sub-assets will appear registered in the asset tree. Remember to complete their registration information.
Another way is to go to first Add Asset and then, in the Asset or Location field, enter the parent asset.
It will appear as a sub-asset in the asset tree.
Updated on: 17/05/2023
Updated on: 11/27/2023