A new version of the OEE application has been released
The following updates have been added to OEE application.
1. Max duration on stop causes has been added
It is now possible to setup how long a stop may last, when it is categorized to a stop cause, if the stop is longer than what is setup, then the stop is split into 2 stops.
In Stop causes, Max duration (sec.) and Stop cause after max. duration has been added:
Max duration (sec.) sets how many seconds a stop may last, when it is categorized to the specific stop cause.
Stop cause after max duration sets the stop cause for the new stop, if the original stop lasted longer than Max duration(sec.). If no stop cause is set here, then the original stop cause is used.
One can see, when a stop cause is setup to use Max duration. When one is categorizing a stop:
A stop cause using Max duration will have this opposite arrows icon:
With the following stop causes:
A stop with stop cause Machine stopped has happened:
You select Startup as the stop cause:
Because Max duration(sec.) is set to 120 seconds -> 2 minutes and the stop lasted 2 minutes and 7 seconds. The stop is split and an new with the remain duration after the 2 minutes is created and ready to be categorized:
Here is a little diagram of what happened with the stop:
This function is useful, for when one has a stop that always happen in a process, which can't be avoided. For example, say that in a startup process for a new product, you have a stop that always happens and it last 2 minutes. When you can use this function to ensure that the stop created from this process max can last 2 minutes in the OEE, if when that the stop last longer than 2 minutes, a new stop will be created, which can be categorized just like any other stop.
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