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The Eclipse Pro Wallboard Andon display is a simple and consistent mechanism for communicating production status information. These displays provide real-time feedback tailored to the needs of Customer Service representatives, Schedulers, Line Operators, Floor Supervisors, and even Senior Management. The Line Operators can view upcoming orders, upcoming coil changes, and other helpful information to maximize
Every machine will have different performance characteristics. These are things like maximum run speed, expected average run speed, and time needed to change a coil. These numbers are used by Eclipse Pro when running computations like “Is the machine running at maximum capacity?”, “How much time does it take for this machine to complete an
The Scheduler is used to manually download orders to a controller and set up the framework for downloading jobs automatically, at predetermined times, when requested by the machine operator, or when the footage at a controller drops below a specified threshold. In this guide, we will be going over the general navigation, usability, and functionality
Eclipse Pro requires Eclipse Classic at least version 4.1.208 to be installed, configured, and fully operational. In addition, it has the following hardware requirements.
This alert is given when data has appeared to stop flowing from Eclipse-COMM. There are two conditions that can trigger this alert: Eclipse-COMM has not put any production or status events on the MSMQ for 30 seconds. Express does not have a connection from Eclipse-COMM. To resolve this, confirm Eclipse-COMM is indeed running. If this
This error means that Eclipse Classic has material definitions with duplicate material codes. Most likely, the duplication is caused by a difference in casing between the codes. For example “Aluminum36” vs “aluminum36.” To resolve, change the material code of one of the duplicate records to a unique, case insensitive value. Alternatively, you can delete one
Eclipse Pro will show this alert when imported coils have a material code that has not been entered into the system. Eclipse Pro was unable to associate those coils with a material. If left uncorrected, it could mean that Pro will compute inaccurate inventory levels, which will in turn mean inaccurate predicted schedules and material