A complete, reliable and productive
Dynamic Balancing System

The DigivibeMX® M10 System is the Dynamic Balancing System with more functions in the market. It is built with an intuitive interface and designed also for the most demanding users.

New version, more functional.

Announcing the new DigivibeMX® with a redesigned user interface, new functionalities, multi-language support, and many more features.

Balancing Tools for 1 & 2 Planes
DigivibeMX® M10 offer dynamic balancing tools and functions for both in situ and balancing machines.
With a single click you start balancing. Its automated tracking filter allows to identify the RPM in a selected range to avoid inaccuracies caused by slightly changes of speed. The balancing speed range varies from 60 to 150,000 RPM with signal recording times of up to 5 minutes 1.
Multi-language Support
  • Available languages3: English, Spanish, French & Turkish
  • Download extra languages4
  • Easy-to-switch
Rich Tooltips
The Rich Tooltips feature inside DigivibeMX® M10, allows you to understand every function before you use it.

Aim the cursor over any button and instantly will pop up a tooltip with animations and the explanation of the function; very useful for beginners or trainees.

Starting MSRP $3895.00 USD

Score- What is score

Score is a unit created to be able to give a color to a machine. Being:

  • White: Not taken, not recorded or machine stopped
  • Green: Good
  • Yellow: Satisfactory
  • Orange: Rough
  • Red: Unacceptable

For the software to be able to compare different units among them, or else for the user to being able to compare different units (i.e. Velocity vs Amperage), Score is also determined by a number. Somewhat comparing apples with pears. In fact, score works as a number within the software and just ploted as a color for the end user to see it. The corresponding color to value applies as follows:

  • White: < 1
  • Green: Between 1 and 2
  • Yellow: Between 2 and 3
  • Orange: Between 3 and 4
  • Red: Above 4

How is score calculated

When configuring a machine, the user will set the value for each color alarm starting from Yellow. It will be understood that any value below Yellow alarm will be Green.

To understand this better, please watch the following example:

Let’s say we have a machine named “machine 1” to which we assign some alarm values for velocity in the following way:

  • Yellow: 1.8 mm/s
  • Orange: 2.7 mm/s
  • Red: 7.0 mm/s

Now look at the scores calculated for different cases:

Value mm/s Score
1.2 1.67
1.8 2.00
2.2 2.44
2.6 2.89
3.2 3.12
5 3.53
7 4.00
7.5 4.07
10 4.43
15 5.14

When looking at trend charts, score will be plotted according to its numerical value.