Getting Started Guide

Admin Guide

For managing your OEE in manufacturing productivity, Pace DPR allows you to create two users. Admin is the system’s first user and is included by default. Admin is the default password. Once you’ve logged in, you can change your password. In the settings pages, you can add another user. The OEE DPR User Guide covers the functions that can be performed by the user. All actions will be available to the admin user. We only explain the basic setup and the functionalities available to the Admin user in the Admin guide.

Signing in

This page helps users in securely logging into the Pace DPR. The default credentials for signing in to the Pace DPR are the username and password listed below.
  • Username – admin
  • Password – admin
Pace DPR signing-in

Users can also customise their username and password to meet their own requirements. Follow the procedures below to modify your credentials:

  • Use the above default credentials to access Pace DPR.

  • Change your password by clicking the user icon in the top left corner.

  • Give your old and new passwords in the change password window and save them.

To logout  

Select Logout from the user icon in the top right corner.

Setting the Requirements

General Settings

When an admin login for the first time, a general settings tab appears, with information such as the Company name, Address, Number of shifts and Shift timings.

  • Admin can fill up the fields with their company name, address, shifts, and shift times.

  • To save the settings, click the save button.

Once the settings have been updated, they cannot be altered.

Adding User

A single additional user can be added by the admin.

  • In the top right corner, click the Add button. The Username and Password fields will appear on the Add User tab.

  • Admin can insert their username and password in the appropriate fields and then click the Add button.

  • By clicking the cross icon, the admin can also delete the user.

Only the admin can add users. This action is not possible for a regular user.

Adding Machines

This page allows the admin to add machine information.

  • To add something, click the add button.

  • Fill the details with the machine id, machine name, model name, department, and so on.

  • Click the import button in the top right corner to add machine information in bulk.

The admin can import machine data via a csv file. The following is the sequence in which the csv file should be formatted:

Machine id, Machine name, Model name, Department, Make, Manufacture serial number

  • After you’ve uploaded your csv file,  click the import button.
  • By clicking the edit icon, the admin can edit all machine information except the machine id.
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Adding Parts

In this page, the admin can enter information about the parts.

  • To add something, click the add button.

  • Fill the details with the Part Number, Part Name, Part Description, and Ideal Cycle Time.

  • Click the import button in the top right corner to add parts information in bulk.

Parts information can be imported via a csv file by the admin. The following is the sequence in which the csv file should be formatted:

Part number, Part name, Part Description, Ideal cycle time are all required.

  • After you’ve uploaded your csv file, click the import button.

  • By clicking the edit icon, the admin can change the information about the parts.

Securing a Device

The device’s username and password will be used to connect the devices securely. To add a device’s username and password, click the add button. By clicking the cross icon, the admin can delete the device’s login and password.

User Guide

Except for machines, user additions, and device authentication, the user will be able to do all actions.

Setting the Requirements

 

Adding Parts

This tab can also be used by normal users to add information about parts.

  • To add something, click the add button.

  • Fill the details with the part number, part name, part description, and ideal cycle time.

  • Click the import button in the top right corner to add component information in bulk.

The user can import parts data from a csv file. The following is the sequence in which the csv file should be formatted:

Part number, Part name, Part Description, Ideal cycle time are all required.

  • After you’ve uploaded your csv file, click the import button.

  • By clicking the edit icon, the user can update the data about the parts.

Understanding Productivity

Visualizing Overall Performance

The dashboard shows the overall productivity of the machines. It shows the current status in real time. It gives information on the planned uptime, downtime, runtime, total produced, and bad quantity of the machines as a whole. Data on total machine availability, performance, quality, and OEE in manufacturing will be displayed.

To view the performance in each shifts,

  • Click the drop down menu to see the performance in each shift.

  • Select any shift to have a more in-depth analysis in each shift.

Users can also choose a specific day to see how they performed on that day. The hourly chart’s histogram for availability, performance, quality, and OEE in manufacturing will be displayed.

 
Viewing Machines Performance

The Machines tab allows the user to see the performance of each machine individually. To view the whole data for any machine, simply click on it. Data on planned uptime, runtime, downtime, total produced, and bad quantity for particular machines can be viewed by the user. Each machine’s availability, performance, quality, and OEE in manufacturing data will be displayed separately.

Click the drop down box and select an option to see the performance of individual machines for a specific shift or date. The hourly chart’s histogram for availability, performance, and quality will be displayed.

Analysing with Reports

The Reports tab displays a detailed report on each machine’s performance. Data on availability, performance, quality, and OEE in manufacturing are included in the report.

  • Select the Reports tab and insert the machine id and date in the appropriate fields.

  • Select the view option.

The machine’s report will be generated on an hourly basis. By clicking the PDF button in the left corner of the page, the user can download the report in PDF format.

Tracking Flaws and Defects

 

Analysing Bad Quantity

The Bad Quantity tab displays information on the number of damaged products manufactured. The data on defective items in each shift, machine, and date can be added by the user.

  • Enter the machine id, part number, shift, date the defective products were produced, and the number of bad quantities by clicking the Plus (+) icon.

  • The details can also be edited by clicking the edit icon.

Recording Downtime

The Downtime tab displays information on minor machine stoppages and breakdowns. It indicates when and where the downtime happens, as well as how long it lasts. The user can provide the cause for the downtime. Enter the reason for the downtime by clicking the edit icon.

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