TPM Unscheduled Time objects are used to inform the OEE Equipment Monitor object about when and why an equipment, which had been scheduled for production before, had to be unscheduled again.
|A fully configured Site Configuration object is required for this configuration object to work properly.|
Creating a TPM Unscheduled Configuration Object
To create a TPM Unscheduled Configuration object, in the ISA-95 Equipment Model right click on the intended parent object of one of the types listed above ('The OEE Demo Cell' in the example) and selectto open the Create Unscheduled Configuration wizard.
Enter a suitable name, and -optionally- a description for the object. Then click Next to continue.
Add a row for each period of time when this part of the enterprise had to be unscheduled, setting start and end time and selecting Reason and Detail from the drop down lists. Optionally you can add a Comment for this period.
When you have entered all periods, where this part of the enterprise had to be unscheduled, click OK to close the table and Apply to create the Unscheduled Configuration object in the ISA-95 Model.
In this example, the object was created for 'The OEE Demo Cell' so this configuration object is shown underneath this cell object.
Linking the TPM Unscheduled Configuration to the OEE Equipment Monitor
|If no Unscheduled Configuration Source is configured in its Configuration Options, the OEE Equipment Monitor will use the very first Unscheduled Configuration object, which it finds when traversing the ISA-95 Equipment Model tree upwards.|
To specify the TPM Unscheduled Configuration which shall be taken into account by the OEE Equipment Monitor, go to the Configuration Options section in the monitor’s properties, click on … for the Unscheduled Configuration Source to open the object picker in the ISA-95 Model.
Select the intended Unscheduled Configuration Object from the ISA-95 Model.
Click OK to confirm and close the dialog. Finally, Apply the changes to the properties.