Remote Monitoring – Compare

This feature requires Remote Monitoring to be an active product on your machine. The Compare function allows users to create a ‘fingerprint’ of their machines by saving the data from a selected time period a to create a baseline data set from existing machine data, for statistical comparison with data from other time periods. The […]

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Using Smart TV Displays to Show Machine Information

Smart TV displays in factories can be used to show machine information in prominent areas like any other andon display. In order to display a machine dashboard with status and productivity information, the Smart TV must be able to connect to ei3 web servers.  Limitations on local network setups in a factory may interfere with […]

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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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Remote Monitoring – Overview

Remote Monitoring Data Snapshot Charts – Productivity Productivity Chart Charts- Process Data Export Data Saving Charts Reports   Remote Monitoring Remote Monitoring looks at three major pieces of machine information: productivity information, process data, and injection data. With each of these three items, it is possible to view charts, export data, and run reports. The Remote […]

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Overview Page – Machine Productivity

The Overview page provides a list of machine badges, each displaying the running state, machine speed, and 24-hour productivity figures shown in OEE values. In order for machine values to be properly calculated, the system needs to know which shift schedules to apply the machine productivity to the right place. This is why it’s important […]

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