Related Products:

EMMK-101, EMMK-102, EMMK-103

Related Documents:

ISCM-0380, ISCM-0385




trend data, data viewer, operating modes, periodic mode, stream data mode


This article describes how to view trend data and parts of the data viewer.

Viewing Data

Access collected data in InsightCM and use different chart viewers for closer analysis of outlying measurements.

Before you begin, configure your assets, add devices, and collect data.

Viewing Trend Data

View trend data for the features calculated on the device.

Ensure that you have collected data from your equipment.

  1. Click the Data Viewer (noloc_env_dataviewer.png) button in the navigation bar,

  2. In the asset tree, locate one of the sensors you added to monitor your equipment and expand it.

    The asset tree should now contain features nested under each sensor.

  3. Click a feature in the asset tree. The trend viewer in the top window populates with trend data for that feature.


    To view a complete list of features available for your equipment, click the Configuration button, select the equipment asset, and select the Features tab.

  4. Click the Annotate Data Sets button in the Trend Chart and double-click above or below a data set.

    The other two viewer charts will automatically populate waveform and spectrum data.

Trend Data Viewer with Example Data.png

Parts of the Data Viewer

The Data Viewer page is a customizable environment with components that provide access to data and a workspace that contains charts, or viewers. You can add and remove different viewers, load historical or live data, and use various tools to examine features of interest in more detail.

The following image is an example of the Data Viewer page.


Data Viewer Toolbar


Asset tree


Trend viewer


Metadata pane


Viewers with sensor data

Operating Modes

The Data Viewer page has two operating modes designed for viewing specific types of data:

  • Periodic Data—Data trends over a customizable time range.

  • Stream Data—Live or historian data acquired continuously during an operating state, such as run-up or coast-down. The time range for which you can access data is restricted to the duration of the operating state.

To provide a starting point for your analysis tasks, both modes have a default layout of viewers and a customized toolbar for working in that mode.

Switching between Periodic and Stream Data Modes

To load stream data or subscribe to a stream, view the Data Viewer page in Stream Data mode.

When the Data Viewer page is in Stream Data mode, switch to Periodic Data mode by clicking the Switch to periodic view button on the Data Viewer page toolbar.


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