Machine Monitoring

Description

The Data Entry screen provides operators with a simple interface to track machine downtimes and will now include a “notes” field to alert others on the shop floor of critical actions. For example, the machinist can put in notes to alert the Programming or QA Departments on specific issues. This proactive notification system keeps the machine running with less downtime. 

 

E-Learning Program: Everyone learns at their own pace and time. Now, with E-Learning, DataXchange users can take online courses anywhere, any time. Configuring reporting options, software installation, initial configuration, shift options, modifying existing machine data, and understanding the machine data collection sources are just some of the topics covered. The classes are a combination of videos and text modules with a quiz at the end of each lesson. The program is accessible for 12 months - courses can be repeated for refreshers, and unlimited users have access to the program with one username and password. 

 

Low Cost, Accessible Machine Monitoring: For OEE monitoring, DataXchange is the most affordable, user-friendly option on the market today. Customers have the option of monitoring machine data on-premise, or they can pay month-to-month with a Cloud-based option. Customers can get text and email notifications of machine issues, which means DataXchange users can be away from the shop floor without worrying about excess downtime. The biggest user-friendly feature of DataXchange is the price, starting at $45 per month, per machine. The software is also compatible with MTConnect, OPC UA, Fanuc FOCAS, and ModBus, which makes for a long list of machines able to use DataXchange. 

 

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