Also worthy of note I think is the fixed positioning of the engine speed rpm and mph in the time chart area. Its not dominant in its display and if the vibrations are high and dense for a duration of time, then on play back the operator cannot always see or make out the speed or rpm of the vehicle at the time of a vibration occurring. I wonder if an extra tab could be installed in the software function to allow the engine speed and mph to be selected and magnified while viewing live data?
While I can mathematically work out the engine speed and mph from the software itself, the customer point of view I feel it would be better if the software could show dominantly these features.
I am just trying to piece together the set up you describe in the first paragraph above (@ 50 seconds not 500)
Below we have all vibrations in the bar graph view along with the highest "unknown" vibrations
I have had to amend the signal history height to accommodate the vibration order table to see all the vibration orders which are now visible
Could you indicate if this is a correct interpretation of the initial concern?
Would it be possible to create a video demonstrating the symptoms you describe and I will assist accordingly
When the left hand column of data uses a scroll bar because the list is too long to fit on the screen, would it be possible for the unseen data to be carried over to the right hand column so that ALL data is visisble on screen?
What do you think?
When the frequency tab is depressed the upper screen area "Record and Analyse" displays vibration indices and noise levels (SPL). Along the horizontal axis manual cursors are used to show a vibration frequency, acceleration force and SPL. As it is a manual vertical cursor I have found that if a given vibration occurred at lets say 86.2 Hz, then manually adjusting the cursors to a specific frequency such as 86.2 is somewhat difficult if not impossible. If a professional report were being prepared for professional reasons then the data would appear incorrect to the persons viewing such data. That said a good feature request to solve this problem would be to allow the mouse cursor to click on the vertical dotted line at a given frequency and allow us to manually type in and adjust the frequency, i.e. 86.2 Hz typed in to read 86.3 Hz as an example.
I hope I've explained the above okay!
NOT A PAIN AT ALL
If you are asking for a feature then I am sure others are thinking the same too
I will mark this forum post and convert into a new feature request for the software teams to triage
Thank you again for taking the time to feedback and help improve our software
Thank you again and a nice suggestion too