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calibration- maintenance plan

Hi all,

We have following scenario in instrument calibration,

5 instruments - calibration start date is Jan month – yearly once.

5 instruments - calibration start date is Feb month – yearly once.

5 instruments - calibration start date is Mar month – yearly once.etc

At present I am doing that, single cycle plan for each group of instruments with the same startup date. Instead of creating 12 separate maint plan. Is it possible to incorporate all in single maint plan with different start date? Is there any efficient way to reduce number of maintenance plan?

Regards., Meena

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2013 at 03:27 AM

    Ideally you should have different Maintainace plans for different cycle.This helps to keep track of due date and reporting based in IP24.Perhaps this is the most efficient way.

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2013 at 06:12 AM

    If each set of 5 equipments have same start date, then you can create 3 single cycle plans by giving those 5 equipments in object list.

    You can define 5 operations for 5 equipments. You can assign the operations to equipments in Calibration order.

    Pre-requisites to assign operations to equipments, follow IMG path.

    IMG - PM & CS - Maintenance & Service Processing - Maintenance & Service Orders - Functions & Settings - Define Order Integration

    Keep Assignment of All objects to Object List Active.

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