Visual inspection configuration can be done by owner and manager users.

Every asset in Power-MI should be configured according to the predictive technologies with which it is monitored. This can be done editing the asset. You can select the predictive technologies and configure some basic parts of each report. For visual inspection, you can set up the measurement interval, the workplace hazards, manual entry measurement, and faults diagnosis.

The measurement interval is how often visual inspection should be executed on that asset. 

The workplace hazards are any condition that can cause a safety risk or harm the inspector during the visual inspection. You can use our hazards catalog to choose the risk of which the inspector must be aware of before the inspection.  

Manual entry measurements are overall readings of any parameter that the inspector can collect during field analysis.

For each measurement you can assign a name, physical quantity, unit, qualifier, alert/alarm limits, and minimum/maximum value to graph the trend. When the inspector types the measurement, a trend, and the color code will be displayed on the report. 

You can use our fault diagnosis catalog in each checkpoint to choose these faults that the inspector could find on this asset during the visual inspection.

The visual inspection can be done using our application for cell phones and tablets in our enterprise and professional licenses.