1. How to create route

We would like to describe how to simply create route tree in DDS software.

2. How to work with graphs

In this video tutorial we would like to describe most common functions when working with graphs (zoom-in, zoom-out, types of cursors e.g. delta cursor or harmonic cursor, adding notes, graph windows, graph type, etc.)

3. How to set alarm limits

In this video we are describing how to set alarm limits according to ISO 10816, Adash limit values and User defined limit values.

4. How to set FFT alarm bands

In this video we would like to describe how to set spectral alarm bands in DDS software. When you define FFT alarm bands, the spectrum graph becomes more readable and understandable. It is the way to simplify FFT spectrum analysis.

With FFT alarm bands, you can define various limit values for different frequency bands. For example you can have different limit values in the frequency band where the running speed is and a different values on the first harmonic frequency band.

5. How to monitor machine fault trends – FASIT

In this video we would like to show you how monitor machine fault trends. 
It means that you record the severity levels of the faults such as ubalance, misalignment, looseness or bearing fault and put them on a timeline

6. How to decode FFT using Families function

In this video we would like to show you how to decode FFT using Families function. It means that DDS help you to assign the FFT lines to their sources.

7. How to display bearing fault frequencies

In this video we would like to show you how to display bearing fault frequencies in graph. We can display the fundamental train frequency (the frequency of the cage), the ball spin frequency, the ball pass frequency of the outer race and the ball pass frequency of the inner race.

8. How to save off-route measurements

In this video we would like to explain how to store off-route measurement data in DDS software.

9. How to set up triaxial sensor measurement

In this video we are describing how to set up measurement with triaxial sensor.