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Dear all,

I have one scenario where I hv to update Breakdown Statistics for a plant.

There are some utility machines say DG SET ot the Main Transformer breaker if these machine goes under breakdown the whole plant goes under breakdown i.e. i cant use the plant machines for production because power is not availble.

For Plant Maintenance it is the breakdown of the Utility Equipment and not of the Production Machine.

Please advice me how I can adress this Breakdown time for dependent Equipments?

Also When Production Person will confirm the Production Order how he can book the Breakdown time.

With best regards,

Narendra

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2008 at 07:25 AM

    Dear,

    When You create an order on the header tab there is system condition that tells operation people about the comndition of machine or FLOC at the time of maintenance.

    So mention system condition. This will help in your case.

    In PP also work center is created mention this work center in your order location tab. That work center is called production work center. By this also PP person will come to know that job is scheduled at this work center which belongs to PP.

    Regards,

    KaushalRai

    Edited by: Kaushal Rai on Oct 11, 2008 1:19 PM

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    • Former Member Narendra Dere

      Dear,

      See if your Dg set is maintained as equipment then in T-code MCJB you can see its history of breakdown duration an all.

      This breakdown will be on equipment (DG set). Check PMIS setting in T-Code OMOS.....weekly monthly daily etc.

      Regards,

      Kaushal Rai

      Edited by: Kaushal Rai on Oct 11, 2008 2:11 PM

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