iLearn Vibration Interpreter



iLearnVibration [Interpreter] helps you to analyze spectra. It works on your computer alongside your vibration analysis software. It supports all of the major vibration analysis software programs, and even some of the minor ones!

A helping hand from an experienced analyst

How would you like to have an experienced analyst help you with your spectrum analysis work? What if this analyst was great at finding hidden harmonic and sidebands patterns, and could then make suggestions as to what the patterns might indicate. Would it make you get through your work more quickly? Would you feel more confident that you were less likely to miss any faults?

And what if you could take all the credit for the great results and only had to pay the analyst a pittance? Well, it is too good to be true! But the next best thing is iLearnVibration [Interpreter].

iLearnVibration [Interpreter] is a unique product. Interpreter will analyze a spectrum while it is being displayed in your vibration analysis software - you do not need to export it; Interpreter looks at the pixels on the screen. Interpreter will highlight the major peaks, and the harmonics and sidebands. Then it will suggest what the peaks and patterns may indicate: misalignment, bearing fault, broken rotor bars, etc. And it can link to iLearnVibration to teach you more about the fault and the steps you should take to verify and correct it.

Supported software

iLearnVibration [Interpreter] reads the spectrum directly from the computer screen. It supports RBMWare, Machinery Health Manager, Odyssey, Machine Analyst, ASCENT, ExpertALERT, OMNITREND, and other packages. You do not need to export the spectra or do anything special - just drag the hand icon from the system tray on to the spectrum while you are analyzing it.

Using Interpreter is easy:

  1.  View the spectrum in your analysis software as usual.
  2.  Drag the Interpreter "helping-hand" icon from the system tray to the graph.
  3.  Markers will appear to indicate where harmonic or sideband patterns have been found.
  4.  One or more suggestions for each pattern is given (misalignment, looseness, etc.)
  5.  An explanation is provided for each suggestion.
  6.  If you own the iLearnVibration training, it can be opened at the topic that describes that fault condition