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I have been forced to a trot down the memory lane in MHM from using MT 17 years ago.... I recognize most things and where I am now I see the old problem of somewhat incomplete report template installation. So in short, there are only exception reports and I look for the Last Measurement report or whatever it may have been called where you had settings that enabled printing values for all parameters, FFT and peaklist with the bargraph on top of the list for each machine. What is the fastest way to turn on those things?
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Is it the old MasterTrend or the new Machinery Health Manager (MHM), and what version?
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It is MHM and a 2140 ver 1.3.7.1 so a comparable reasonably new version MHM.....

I think I still could have handled the MT it would have been builtin somewhere......


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Options
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Below is a screenshot of my file locations.  Yours may vary, but examine the contents of whatever directories you see.

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When I open Document/Reporting, and then Exception Analysis, I see 4 taps which expand as below.  Do you see this when you open Exception Analysis?  At what point does it start to look different?

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Yes this looks more like I remember. I sort of only one or 2 things to select from. I will try to be back with a screen dump tomorrow but it is a bit messy right now, my customer suddenly requested all data from being a status of not communicating and our work need to be coordinated with the end user.......
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Actually, I am probably misunderstanding what you are looking for.  Are you just looking for a particular type of report?
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Yes, there used to be one where you basically get all data, FFT, peaklist even trend in one document with one click if setup like that. "Last measurement summary...." is maybe the closest I can see.
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I have been a CSI/Emerson - MasterTrend/RBMWare/ MHM user since 1990 and I don't recall ever seeing a report like you describe. I'm not saying it isn't there, I've just never ran across it.  I do recall a report similar to what you describe when you would do a direct print out of a 2110 analyzer.  The analyzer had to be plugged directly into a printer and it would deliver a canned report that had most everything you describe except trend data.

I hope you find what you are looking for.

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OLi, traveling through my wayback machine I think the report you describe sounds like the old Nspectr/RBMView reports. I only saw them a couple times so I may be a little fuzzy since I didn't use them.
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Maybe or I am dreaming, my memory was that we were running one or maybe 2 reports and for a papermachine we printed like a box of paper to be "attached" to the report or sorted in worst case with one box with good machines and one with bad. Also a setup page where you ticked almost all boxes to get all the data. In this there were only exception reports and I got no exceptions so that's not good. I had to return the CSI box and continue to next jump in time to a Commtest Bently flavor VB box with Ascent on Bently flavor with somewhat similar experience confirming my view that the software peaked at 2006 as that is the version I still use. I may return on the section for that if I have to. What small changes in 10-17 years do to user interfaces or my builtin AI is slowing down....... Thank you for the help.
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Is this something similar to what you remember? [confused]

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Yes! That looks like something[smile]
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Oli wrote:

"Yes! That looks like something"

This is from the NSPECTR program.

I am sure each machine and
all points assigned to the machine, has to be pre-configured before using NSPECTR to print reports from it. [comp]

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Yes I also remember that and once I disagreed with Nspectr as it was very happy to report locked up coupling and that time it was correct and it was in the report as a to be checked item. So once it was worth while, part from the report...... So fair reason why I didn't find it here then.
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