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Reports Provide Detailed Summaries of Machine Status, Downtime

Three new eNetDNC Machine Monitoring Reports are now available for free to the company’s Machine Monitoring customers.

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Three new eNetDNC Machine Monitoring Reports are now available for free to the company’s Machine Monitoring customers.

The first new report is the Machine Status Daily Report, which displays a pie chart summary of all machine statuses. It also includes individual bar graphs and a detailed breakdown of all statuses by date and shift, using a chosen date range.

The second report is the Machine Downtime Summary Report, which allows users to customize specific downtime reasons to be displayed in a report. It provides easy-to-read bar graphs representing the data, displaying both overall and per-machine downtime information.

Finally, the Machine Downtime Detail Report customizes which downtime reasons are represented in the report, providing a bar graph overview of all the downtime reasons for selected machines. Additionally, it includes a pie chart and detailed breakdown of downtimes by shift and by day for each machine in the chosen date range.

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