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Parent Topic: Available Viewers
Supported Sensors: Vibration sensors that acquire waveform data, such as acceleration.
Auto-Correlated Spectrum viewers display the measure of how similar a spectrum signal is to itself with a time lag. This is useful for finding repeating patterns in the signal. Move the cursor along a trend curve to update this viewer with the spectrum measurement at different times.
|Compare measurements from different sources or times.||
Create a data event reference.
Related link: Comparing Measurements from Different Sources or Times
|Change the x-axis frequency units to Hz, CPM, or orders.||Click Unit and select the units you want.|
|Move the cursor to the nearest peak.||Click Find Peak on the viewer toolbar to move the cursor to the nearest peak.
|Disable auto-scaling to manually set the scale for the viewer.||Click Set Scale on the viewer toolbar. Uncheck Auto-scale and set the maximum and minimum values you want the viewer to use.|
|Determine if a peak in the spectrum is synchronous with the running speed of the equipment.||Click Cursor on the viewer toolbar and select Harmonic.
Related link: Adding Harmonics and Sidebands to Viewers
|Use logarithmic scaling for the y-axis.||Click Set Scale on the viewer toolbar. In the Set Scale dialog box, enable Logarithmic Y axis.|
|View multiple spectra in a waterfall graph.||Use the Waterfall viewer to display multiple spectra from a sensor. You can insert a Waterfall viewer into a new or existing workspace area.
Related link: Waterfall Viewer
|View the full spectrum data of a spectrum.||Use the Full Spectrum viewer that displays the full spectrum of an orbit. You can insert a Full-Spectrum viewer into a new or existing workspace area.
Related link: Full Spectrum Viewer
|See a table of trend values for features of selected assets.||Click Show Features on the viewer toolbar.|
|Select the source sensor.||If you have more than one feature selected in the asset tree, you can select the source sensor for the viewer by clicking Choose Assets on the viewer toolbar.|
|Display fault frequencies.||Click the Settings menu and select Fault Frequencies. In the resulting dialog box, select the fault frequency you want to display.|