About the Alarms Page

This page has a record of the alarms that have occurred from your system.

How can it help you?

This page gives you information about the equipment at the time of the alarm with links to do more investigating.

You can open the link of the equipment to take a closer look at the data coming from the FitMachine sensor. You can click on the Status to open up the Event Feedback for that particular alarm. 

You can use the Alarms Page to review previous alarms on your equipment. This helps you gather learnings from previous actions taken on your equipment.

How does it work?

The page is divided into alarms based on the AI Condition and Measured Data Alarms. You can toggle which kind of alarms you are looking at in the top right corner, shown here:

Alarms Page

If you wanted to find out how many times a particular piece of equipment has sent an alarm you can search for the equipment name in the search bar.

AI Condition

The following information can be found for each alarm:

  • Date/Time: When the alarm occurred
  • Alarm Type: yellow advisory or red alert
  • Site Name: The location of the plant

  • Sub-Area Name: The location within the plant that the equipment is

  • Equipment Name: What you call the piece of equipment

  • Status: this shows you where the alarm progression is at (new, acknowledged, valid, invalid)
  • Organisation: your organisation
  • Custom Alarm Thresholds: Whether this equipment has alarm thresholds other than the default
  • Condition: It is the calculated deviation from normal in the overall change calculated by the AI
  • Three Dials: the dials show you which factors are affecting the Overall AI condition. Use them to understand what was happening with your equipment when the alarm occurred.
  • Vibration: shows you the RMS measurement at the time of the alarm
  • Temperature: shows you the  temperature measurement at the time of the alarm

Measured Data

The following information can be found for each alarm:

  • Date/Time: When the alarm occurred
  • Transitioned to: tells you how the state changed (either into alarm or back to normal)
  • Alarm Name: the type of measured data threshold that was exceeded
  • Site Name: The location of the plant

  • Sub-Area Name: The location within the plant that the equipment is

  • Equipment Name: What you call the piece of equipment

  • Status: this shows you where the alarm progression is at (new, acknowledged, valid, invalid)
  • Organisation: your organisation
  • Threshold: tells you about the measured data reading compared to the threshold

What else should I look at?

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