This is the place where you links to descriptions of many of the configurations you can do in RS Production.
If you’re looking for info about concepts and more details, go to the Office tools user guide for RS Production OEE / ACT.
Your first RS Production OEE configuration
To get your RS Production it up and running, there are a few things that needs to be in place.
1. First of all
Install RS Production on your Windows computer. Open the RS Production application and open the Office tools client.
Get to know the RS Production Office tools user interface
2. Rename the OEE measure points that have been assigned to your account
There are also several other Office tools measure point settings you can do.
3. Connect and configure machine signals
Machine signals are central in the creation of data for RS Production.
Before you start to take out signals from machines and sensors, it is good to understand Uptime, downtime and cycle times in RS Production. Also, it is recommended to read about What kind of machine signals can RS Production handle?
4. Schedule machine calendar time
Use the schedule to define available machine time. Read here about Scheduling of 100% availability.
Set default schedule for each measure point to create a repetetive schedule that repeats weak after weak.
5. Set up your loss model
6. Add articles and orders
7. Add users and share login credentials with them
8. Prepare Operator tools for a measure point
Set menu in Operator tools
Set header fields in Operator tools
Most of all configurations are done in the Settings menu in Office tools.
Set up your reports
Reason codes for OEE Performance losses
Get started using speed loss reason coding
Register scrap and rework
Add reason codes for scrap and rework. They have separate reason code structures.
Read this to understand hos RS Production handle Approved, reworked and scrapped amount
Turn on the scrap and/or rework menu buttons in Operator tools to make the registrations available.
There are different ways to Use unit per cycle as factor on scrapped units
If you want to use machine signals, look at What kind of machine signals can RS Production handle?
Set up Forms
Set up custom visualizations with Screens
Read the RS Production Screens user guide to see how to create and maintain Info screens (dashboards).
Automize reports for meetings
Configure Operator tools
Manual andon and messages to Mobile
Set up Andon
Set up messages to Mobile
Event based messages and escalation
Set up event based handling
Automatic coding based on machine data
Go here to read more about Reason codes, categories and station codes
Clock in/out operators
Any thing else?
Use the form on this page to contact RS Production support if you want help https://goodsolutions.se/support-contact/
Everyday super user management
Some of them most common everyday things to handle for the RS Production super user is
Data health check give you true facts
Go through Data health check reports
Make corrections from manual mistakes
Change reason codes for a stop
Change time stamps