Trigger Data Collection

Trigger-based data collection allows users to set up a set of data points to be collected when a specific trigger event occurs on the machine, as detected by a change in the value of any one data point. This means a trigger-based collection job might collect data several times in a minute, or only a […]

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How to set up an alert that monitors a machine’s connection to ei3

Alert Actions Creating Alerts Basic Information Options Alerts Schedule Condition Recipients Alert Actions Once an alert has been created, it will display on the main Alerts page in a list. The symbols in the Action column provide the following functions: Create a new alert. See Creating Alerts for more information on alert creation.  Edit an […]

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API Access – Overview

This function requires having API Access enabled on your machine. API Access provides a rich and powerful web service API with which to access your application data. This product can be used to automate or integrate your internal business intelligence or ERP systems with your machine’s production data. Each user account for a customer has […]

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Data Points – Full Text Search Functions

By default, most pages in the system will load displaying a blank page. Machines with a high volume of data points, for example, may take a while to load fully. By displaying each page as blank by default the system can load faster in your browser, and users can easily find specific entries on a page […]

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Manage Schedules

For details on machine schedule creation, see this article. Once you’ve created a schedule, it’s time to apply it to your machine. From the Tools > Manage Schedules menu, select a machine using the machine selection bar at the top of the page. In the Action column, click the  icon. Select the schedule you’d like […]

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Editing Machine Details

From the Admin Tools menu, select Machines. Choose a location from the selection bar above, if necessary. Click the edit  icon next to the machine you’d like to edit the details of. Editing machine info allows you to change: Machine minimum/maximum speeds, which impact the machine’s overall Performance values (a measurement used for OEE). Caution: […]

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Downtime Alerts

Note: Downtime Tracking alerts can only be used on machines which have the the Downtime Tracking product active. Alert Actions Creating Alerts Basic Information Options Alerts Schedule Type & Criteria Recipients Alert Actions Once an alert has been created, it will display on the main Alerts page in a list. The symbols in the Action […]

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Remote Monitoring Alerts

Note: Remote Monitoring alerts can only be used on machines which have the the Remote Monitoring product active. Alert Actions Creating Alerts Select Alert Type Basic Information Options Data Points Alert Conditions Alerts Schedule Recipients Alert Actions Once an alert has been created, it will display on the main Alerts page in a list. The […]

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Managing Downtime Codes

This is part of a series on downtime codes. Creating downtime codes Managing downtime codes Assigning downtime codes Not seeing downtime codes? You may still have to create them. See Creating Downtime Codes From the Menu, select Downtime Tracking > Manage Codes. Select a machine from the selection bar at the top of the page.   […]

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