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Limits

Edge Analytics offers a wide range of different Analysis Package combinations as well as using Custom Analysis Packages with a possibility of combining up to 200 different types of Analyzing Functions, which all have different effects onto the hardware resources, and to execute the final project on different Edge Devices in regards to the used hardware resources, it is not possible to define strict configuration limits.

Therefore, the user is responsible to verify the load onto the hardware resources of the configured project on his own.

For common use cases following recommendations regarding the project configuration can be given.

Use Case: Vibration Spectra calculation

  • Used Edge Device: MindConnect Nano
  • Analysis Package

    • Vibration Spectra Frequency or Vibration Spectra Order
      • Enabled calculations
      • Velocity
      • Acceleration
      • Acceleration Envelope
  • Trigger Rule

    • Condition
      • Value Range + Timer (1h)

Recommended quantity structure:

A maximum of 5 SM1281 connections with 4 vibration data (46,875kHz) and 1 speed data (3,906kHz) streaming for each device. For each vibration data the Analysis Package is applied, and each speed data is used as input for the Trigger Rules.

Use Case: Rawdata upload

  • Used Edge Device: MindConnect Nano
  • Analysis Package

    • Event Based Data Upload
      • Collection Trigger (repeated): 60min
      • Collection Duration: 10s
      • Uploaded data
        • 1x Vibration Data
        • 1x Speed
  • Trigger Rule

    • Condition
      • Value Range

Recommended quantity structure:

A maximum of 5 SM1281 connections with 4 vibration data (23,438kHz) and 1 speed data (3,906kHz) streaming for each device. Each vibration data and the corresponding speed are uploaded with one Event Based Data Upload Analysis Package and each speed is used as input for the Trigger Rules.

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Last update: April 20, 2022