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James.

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Hi,

Whilst going though some of my files I found a spreadsheet I wrote first back in 2012/2013 (ish). I thought it would be a good spreadsheet to share.

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6548296466589335552

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https://theseasonedanalyst.guru/2019/06/22/vibration-acquisition-criteria-calculator/

Apologies in advance on any terminology errors as I wrote this in the English/Aussie tongue, therefore there may be some miss interpretation from my English/Aussie to other cultures.

All the best.
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James, I've checked quickly the spreadsheet. It is really interesting. Thank you for sharing your effort.

Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa

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thanks James nice work
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Thanks James
I did a comparison with some of my AP Sets and I mostly scored the green Ok
so you must be on the right track 😉
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Thanks James
I did a comparison with some of my AP Sets and I mostly scored the green Ok
so you must be on the right track 😉


Top man, good to hear. The reason I created this sheet was when I was working for a company digging rock out of the ground. The master CSI AP sets I created ending up being used by the major rock digging companies 👍
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James we also had a master set of AP sets while I was crushing rocks with FMG in the pilbara I think they came from within FMG or maybe collaboration with Alstom MSc
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I’ve always “intended” to build a Master database of all the different types and sizes of machines that I’ve ever analyzed or collected data on, and then use this to build new databases quickly. This would also be really handy for those “panic calls” (one-off jobs for new customers) where I’m rushed for time and don’t have time to build a database. I would just load Master into the meter, and then later copy the collected data to a new database.

Have any of you actually done this? Would you be willing to share your master databases with others? One of the best ways to learn is to see what others have done. It just occurred to me that since I was an early adopter at the power company, and have worked alone for 24 years now, I’ve never used a database built by others, and have only seen a few AP sets that I didn’t build myself.

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James we also had a master set of AP sets while I was crushing rocks with FMG in the pilbara I think they came from within FMG or maybe collaboration with Alstom MSc


I know where they came from 😎
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Thats something I thougt Machinery Manager laked a set of ap sets to use on "database Setup / dbase" wizard is not bad gererating points but defaults AP sets are not good
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Ferdy, I've never used the Wizard for setting up a database -- tried it once and it was confusing.  Instead I use "Build DB from Master".  The master database can be any database you already have defined.  You just give your new database a name (in fact, you can also apply this to an existing database) and select the machine you want to copy from the master.  You can make as many copies of a particular machine as you need, and it will copy the AP and Alarm sets associated with that machine.  So you don't actually have to create a dedicated master database, but you could. You could copy machines from any number of databases into a new (or existing) database, without any data, of course.

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James we also had a master set of AP sets while I was crushing rocks with FMG in the pilbara I think they came from within FMG or maybe collaboration with Alstom MSc


I know where they came from 😎
James
would that be someone with AS or AH initials?
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