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Filling out the Datasheet (Smart Trac)

Filling out the Datasheet (Smart Trac)

On the platform, you can fill out the Datasheet when registering an asset or edit data for another that has already been registered.

Accessing the datasheet through asset registration

During the registration of an asset (Assets > Add Asset), the datasheet can be accessed by clicking the "Edit Datasheet" option.

Accessing the datasheet through the Status tab

The information for the datasheet is located in the "Status" tab, below the asset's photo.

Always check if there is any pending information for your asset.

To edit the sheet, click on the edit symbol below the asset's photo.

Required information for the Datasheet

Enter the basic operational information for the asset, such as rotation speed, power, and operating window.

Enter the rotation and power data and click "Add" to define the asset's operating window.

Define the operating days of the asset and its activity periods.

The operating window will be used to generate downtime alerts (asset stopped), so it is important to fill it out as accurately as possible.

For assets that operate intermittently, it is possible to determine a downtime period that will be taken into account before generating the insight.

Depending on the asset model, options to add more specific data such as bearings, belts, propellers, and gears will appear.

It is essential to enter this data so that the platform can generate specific insights such as bearing wear, cavitation, and gear problems.

To enter bearing data, click "Add" and select the bearing code and manufacturer from our database.

If you cannot find your bearing, manually add the dimensions.

Once the data filling is done, enter the bearing's rotation and close the window.

For belts and pulleys, it is necessary to enter rotation data and length dimensions.

If your asset has propellers and blades, fill in the speed and number of blades.

Finally, define the sensor axes by clicking on the blank bar.

The sensor's position on the machine influences the platform's measurements, so we need to correctly define the accelerometer's axes.

Refer to the example image and define the axes of your sensor according to the sensor markings. If the X and Y axes are not aligned, choose the radial option for those axes.

If you still have any questions on the sensor placement or other details related to filling out the Datasheet, please contact our support team.

Updated on: 11/27/2023

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