ADMIN GUIDE


Pace DPR provides option for creating two users for managing your manufacturing productivity. Admin is the first user and it comes in the system by default. The default password is Admin. You can change the password once you login to the system. You can add another user in the setting pages.User Guide explains functionalities that user can perform.

Admin user will be able to perform all actions. As part of the Admin guide, we exclusively explain the initial set up and the functionalities the Admin user can access.

Signing in


Sign-in Page

This page helps users to login to the Pace DPR securely. Below username and password are the default credentials to sign-in to the Pace DPR.


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    • Username – admin
    • Password – admin

Users can also change the username and password based on their need. To change the credentials, follow the below steps:

    • Login to Pace DPR using the above default credentials.
    • Click the user icon on top left corner and select Change Password.
    • In change password window, give your old and new password and save it.

To logout

    • Click the user icon on top right corner and select Logout.

Setting the Requirements


General Settings

When Admin sign-in for the first time General settings tab will open showing Company name, Address, Number of shifts and Shift timings.

    • Admin can enter their company name, address, shifts and shift timings in the respective box provided.
    • Click save button to save the settings.

The settings once updated cannot be changed.


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Adding User

Admin will be able to add a single additional user.

    • Click the Add button at the top right corner. Add user tab will open showing Username and Password.
    • Admin can enter username and password in the respective space provided and click add button.
    • Admin can also delete the user by clicking the cross icon.

Only admin can able to add user. Normal user cannot perform this action.


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Adding Machines

Admin can add machine information in this tab.

    • Click add button.
    • Enter Machine id, Machine name, Model name, Department etc in the space provided.
    • To add machines information in bulk, click import button at the top right corner.

Admin can import machine information in csv file. The format for csv file should be in the order given below:

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

    • Click the import button after uploading csv file.
    • Admin can edit machine information except machine id by clicking edit icon.

Machine id once entered cannot be changed. Normal user cannot add or edit machine information.


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Adding Parts

Admin can add parts information in this tab.

    • Click add button.
    • Enter Part number, Part name, Part Description and Ideal cycle time in the space provided.
    • To add parts information in bulk, click import button at the top right corner.

Admin can import parts information in csv file. The format for csv file should be in the order given below:

Part number, Part name, Part Description, Ideal cycle time.

    • Click the import button after uploading csv file.
    • Admin can edit parts information by clicking edit icon.

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Securing a Device

Devices will be securely connected using the device username and password. Click add button to add device username and password. Admin can delete the device username and password by clicking the cross icon.


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USER GUIDE


User will be able to perform all actions except machines, user additions and device authentication

Setting the Requirements


Adding Parts

Normal user can also add parts information in this tab.

    • Click add button.
    • Enter Part number, Part name, Part Description and Ideal cycle time in the space provided.
    • To add parts information in bulk, click import button at the top right corner.

user can import parts information in csv file. The format for csv file should be in the order given below:

Part number, Part name, Part Description, Ideal cycle time.

    • Click the import button after uploading csv file.
    • User can edit parts information by clicking edit icon.

Understanding Productivity


Visualizing Overall Performance

Dashboard provides a productivity snapshot of overall machines. It provides a real-time status. It provides the data of planned uptime, downtime, runtime, total produced and bad quantity of overall machines. The data on availability, performance, quality and OEE of overall machines will be shown.

To view the performance in each shifts,

    • Click the drop down menu
    • Select any shifts to have a deeper analysis in each shifts.

Users can also select particular day to view the performance in each day. The Histogram of hourly chart for availability, performance, quality and OEE will be shown.


visualizing-overall-performance

Viewing Machines Performance

Machines tab helps user to view the performance of each machines separately. Click any machine to have the complete data of that particular machine. User can be able to view data on planned uptime, runtime, downtime, total produced, bad quantity for individual machines. Availability, Performance, Quality and OEE data for each machines will be shown separately.

To view the performance of individual machine for a particular shift or date, click drop down menu and select an option. The histogram of hourly chart for availability, performance and quality will be shown.


viewing-machine-performance

Analysing with Reports

Reports tab provides a complete report on each machine’s performance separately. The report consists of data on availability, performance, quality and OEE.

    • Click Reports tab and enter machine id and date in respective space provided.
    • Click view option.

The report will appear for the machine in hourly basis. User can download the report in PDF by clicking the PDF button in left corner of the page.


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Tracking Flaws and Defects


Analysing Bad Quantity

Bad Quantity tab provides details about the number of defective products produced. User can add the data on defective items in each shifts, machines and date.

    • Click + icon and enter machine id, part number, shift, date in which the defective items produced and the number of bad quantities.
    • Users can also edit the details by clicking the edit icon.

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Recording Downtime

Downtime tab provides the details of minor stoppages and breakdown in a machine. It shows in which date and shift the downtime occurs and also the duration of downtime. User can add reason for the downtime. Click edit icon and enter the reason for the downtime occured.


Downtime

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