• In addition to all of the functionality that won the Ascent Software a prestigious Plant Engineering Product of the Year Award in 2007, this new version of Ascent provides:
  • RPM and Linear Speed Support
  • vbX Order Tracking
  • vbX Band Alarm Display
  • Machine Assessment Report Updates
  • Automated Importing and Exporting
  • Machine Process Variable Incorporation
  • vbOnline Setup Report
  • New Demodulation Bandwidths & Recommendations
  • Crest Factor Display & True Peak to Peak Amplitude Level Display & Overall Power Level Display on Waveform Charting plus many other enhancements

Ascent 2011 Vibration Analysis Software is available and supported in the following languages:

  • English
  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • Chinese
  • Russian

Commtest’s complete line of innovative equipment includes vibration data collectors, portable vibration analyzers, permanently-installed online machinery surveillance systems and wireless data collection - all sharing the user-friendly software interface, Ascent. The company also has a comprehensive services division that helps customers maximize their return, get started with the equipment in hours and provides a complete range of training services.

The new Commtest Ascent 2011® Software is available to registered users at www.commtest.com. Commtest Instruments Ltd. Engineering Center is based in Christchurch, New Zealand and the company maintains a U.S. Headquarters in Knoxville, Tennessee with additional corporate offices located in Beijing and Dubai.

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