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Since leading indicators at inception are not yet typical “wall chart” fault conditions, finding them as they happen requires a really close look at every spectra and a comparison to historical signatures to distinguish them from normal, transient conditions related to load, temperature, process rates, accelerometer data, etc...




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Terrence O'Hanlon

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The Association of Asset Management Professionals


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Hi Dave unsure if you still lost here, is this on Skf altitude ? Sure looks like screens then again some Odessy screens look like skf aptitude. 

I can see statistical band alarms in skf I don’t know how this system works except for setting the alarm envelopes? I don’t see how it links to trending or stat alarm setup in Aptitude.


many thanks 



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