Configure VibrationVIEW

March 29, 2018

The configuration menu in VibrationVIEW contains the global configuration settings. These settings apply to all tests. The tabs in the configuration menu are as follows:

Hardware: set up connections from the VibrationVIEW PC to the vibration controller(s); under Hardware, configure the network card (watch video tutorial)

Inputs: configure input sensitivity, accelerometer power, read TEDS function and other parameters (watch video tutorial)

Outputs: adjust settings for the Drive and COLA/auxiliary output (watch video tutorial)

Units: adjust default units for all tests, graph displays, and reports in VibrationVIEW (watch video tutorial)

Limits: set shaker systems limits to make sure the test will not cause damage to the shaker or injure a test engineer (watch video tutorial)

Remote Inputs: configure auxiliary Inputs and Outputs

Email Notification: receive emails from VibrationVIEW regarding the status change of a test

Web Server: use remote supervision, control, and shutdown

Parameters: configure a set of general test settings (watch video tutorial)

Directories: organize the storage of different file types (including data, reports, and test profiles) during testing (read more)

Users: create different user types with different levels of permissions; for example, restrict certain users from editing test profiles (watch video tutorial)

Verification: automate verification of the vibration controller

Graph Defaults: set the line styles, line colors, annotations, borders, fonts, and other variables for the graphed data (watch video tutorial)

The following video discusses all the configuration menu items in more detail.