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Vibration Analyzer & Data Collector
DigivibeMX® M20 is the Vibration analyzer with the most advanced functions in the market. With its intuitive interface you can make simple Vibration analysis as well as complex 3D ODS vibration simulations, DigivibeMX® M20 is your best tool for predictive analysis and diagnosis for your machinery.
New version, more functional.
Announcing the new DigivibeMX® 20 with a redesigned user interface, new functionalities, multi-language support, and many more features.
Vibration Analysis & Predictive tools
DigivibeMX® M20 includes the following vibration analysis tools:
DigivibeMX® M20 integrates the Operating Deflection Shapes Simulation (ODS) in all its machinery databases.
When you create a new machine you can select a 3D model from the clipart library or a 3D File previously designed, to perform a 3D simulation immediately after making the route. Create your 3D model in your favorite 3D software such as 3DS Max, Blender, Solid Works, etc.
DigivibeMX® M20 includes vibration and envelope alarms for all machinery. You can verify the machine health to prevent or fix failures quickly.
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:
When looking at trend charts, score will be plotted according to its numerical value.