Learn about the issues causing data sample errors and how to prevent them.
Poor vibration data is a set of data that is not a true representation of the actual signature taken from the machine during normal operation. There are several causes of poor vibration data including:
- A damaged accelerometer due to heavy impact or broken circuit on cabling
- The machine not running when data collection occurs
- The wrong data collection point being used
- Not allowing for sufficient settling time and abrupt end to the data collection process
- Poor data collection surface selected
If you would like to learn more about the causes of poor vibration data and how to mitigate the effects, download the full Vibration Data Collection white paper.