Assigning Downtime Codes

This is part of a series on downtime codes. Creating downtime codes Managing downtime codes Assigning downtime codes Click to select a downtime period from the histogram. Selecting a downtime period from the viewer will display its details in the Edit Downtime section below the histogram. Categories and codes can be assigned to the downtime […]

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Applying Downtime Tracking to Shift Schedules

This feature requires Downtime Tracking enabled on your machine. 1. Select a schedule For more information on creating machine schedules, see New Schedule Creation. To edit an existing schedule, select the desired schedule from the list displayed, and select the  icon. For more information on creating machine schedules, see Changing & Editing Schedules. 2. Create “Non-Production” Shifts […]

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Downtime Tracking – Tablet Mode

Accessing Downtime Tracker Overview – Layout & Functions Assigning Downtime   This feature requires API Access and Downtime Tracking enabled on your machine, and the Customer Portal and Downtime Tracking permission levels for the associated user account(s) need to be set to Read only and Read/Write in order to access the tablet mode. Read more […]

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MTBF & MTTR

One important feature available in Downtime Tracking is the MTBF & MTTR (Mean Time Between Failure & Mean Time To Repair). Data collected over time from downtime codes provides charting information on the average time in between specific downtime failures on machines, and the average time it took before the machine was back online after […]

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Downtime Tracking – Overview

Downtime Tracking – Overview Assign Histogram Analysis Export Data Reports Admin Tools Downtime Tracking enables users to identify downtime root causes in order to maximize machine productivity. Downtime incidents are initially classified by category, code, and optional description by machine operators, who have the ability to split and merge downtime events to better reflect actual downtime […]

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