9 students (registration is first come, first serve)
In this 4-day class students learn methods of database creation and vital features of route creation such as collecting reference data, analyzer/computer communication, and the basic concepts of Analysis Parameter Sets, Alarm Limit Sets, and Fault Frequency Sets. A machinery analyzer is used to demo the process of loading routes for data collection. This course will also include a basic overview of the vibration plotting application and reporting functions.
This course is based on the current mass release of the AMS Machinery Manager software. Students can call to verify if the course is appropriate to the version they are using. Wireless technology, Infrared Analysis, Motorview, Online Monitoring and Oilview modules are covered in other course offerings and are not part of this course.
Vibration Analysis Module
This course was designed for the new users of AMS Machinery Manager.
Computer experience with the Windows operating system and some vibration analysis experience are recommended.