Adding an asset - Amazon Monitron

Adding an asset

After you set up your site or project, add the assets that your sensors will monitor.

Before you add assets, the Assets list is empty.

Note

After you create an asset, you can change only its name.

To add an asset

  1. Make sure you're on the correct site or project. The project or site name indicates that you are at that level in the app.

    For more information about changing from site level to project level and vice versa, see Navigating between projects and sites.

  2. On the Assets page, choose Add asset.

  3. For Asset name, enter a name for the asset.

    If you have a QR code identifying the asset name, you can scan it by selecting the QR code

  4. For Machine class, choose the machine class of the asset. Valid options are based on the ISO 20816 standards.

    Class I

    Individual parts of engines and machines, integrally connected to the complete machine in its normal operating condition. For example, production electrical motors of up to 15 kW.

    Class II

    Medium-sized machines (typically electrical motors with 15 kW to 75 kW output). This includes those without special foundations, rigidly mounted engines or machines (up to 300 kW) on special foundations.

    Class III

    Large prime-movers and other large machines with rotating masses mounted on rigid and heavy foundations that are relatively stiff in the direction of vibration.

    Class IV

    Large prime-movers and other large machines with rotating masses mounted on rigid and heavy foundations that are relatively soft in the direction of vibration measurement. For example, turbo-generator sets and gas turbines with outputs greater than 10 MW.

  5. Choose Add.

    The Assets list shows the new asset. Because you haven't paired a sensor with the asset yet, No Sensor appears next to it.