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Page: ACTIONS
worddav082cd9efbc1e99c6dad1cfb0da56b254.png Select an Object on the Editor Board (example below: \[{*}assetname{*}\]). Once the object is selected, the *Properties* Menu will update to include the data, setup and information on the selected object. On the
Page: ACTIONS (Copy)
Select an Object on the Editor Board (example below: \[{*}assetname{*}\]). Once the object is selected, the *Properties* Menu will update to include the data, setup and information on the selected object. On the Properties menu you can change, configure,
Page: Add DataSource
There are severalr sections under the Add DataSource Tab. They are Cycles (Hourly, Shift, Week , ShiftNoPallet, and WeekNoPallet), Hotspots, States, Notes, OEE, and Raw Cycles. Click on the icon to reveal the objects within. Once revealed, the objects add
Page: Add New Record
If another tag needs to be created or needs to be edited, you can select a tag from the list (SPARES or OPTRIGGERS SPARES), then click the + Add new record . The selected window will expand into an editing field to make you changes. Under the Description,
Page: Adding a Group and OPs
worddav1487ea0888a175e8f9a5af56f904c365.png Below the Asset are the Group levels objects. Under the groups are the OPS or Operations. To add another Group object: Click on the Asset and the Editing window will open. Click on the Add New Child Object (Grou
Page: Adding a New Record
image2016-11-14 14:10:52.png In the window that pops up you can create a new Collector Engine by clicking on the + Add new record button, enter a name for the new engine, and then click the Update button. There are the Agent Version, Address, and Last co
Page: Adding, Editing, and Deleting
From this Model screen, several types will be listed in a table. These are the types that were previously inputted earlier from when the test was setup. They can be edited or deleted. You may also add to the list by simply filling out the fields above th
Page: Admin Module
Click on the Admin button worddav4d7801880c8b5b297fcdffcbeb4cf5dc.png on top right hand side of menu bar. worddav215fa71f015f2d02f2a8396477953b4b.png Slide cursor over to LH edge of window until side menu appears. This action will open a side display menu
Page: Alternate Navigational options
There are additional ways to navigate to a higher level or drill down to a lower level object, by using the Object Title Label, or the Object String on the top left hand side of the Production Monitor Browser. worddavb317b3eff91cfd02cab183b23cab15f2.png C
Page: APPEARANCE
Page: APPEARANCE (Copy)
Appearance controls the formatting of the selected object. To start formatting, double Click the Appearance drop down. There it will offer you a few choices to add to the appearance of the object selected. The choices are Background Color, Border Color, B
Page: Appearance Configuration Tab
Appearance controls the formatting of the selected object. To start formatting, double Click the Appearance drop down. There it will offer you a few choices to add to the appearance of the object selected. The choices are Background Color, Border Color, B
Page: APPLICATION LOGS
Overview In the Application Logs section, it keeps a record of certain actions that are happening to Envision. It records a time and date stamp for when certain actions happen in Envision. It also records when a user logs into Envision. As well if Envisio
Page: Asset Tag Explanation
AUTO https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AUTO?src=contextnavpagetreemode MANUAL https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/MANUAL?src=contextnavpagetreemode FAULTED https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/FAULTED?src=contextnavpagetreemode BLOCKED https://docs.beet.com/d
Page: AssetDone
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI, it is turned when the Cycle Time Group Op0 is triggered and turned off on the Cycle Time Group Stop. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see the actual state of the AssetD
Page: AssetMem
This bit is handled by the Asset AOI, it is turned on by the Asset SetUserMem Entry and turned off on either the AssetStop or the Asset ResetUserMem Entry All Groups after the Asset AOI belonging to the same Asset will see the actual state of the AssetMem
Page: AssetRunning
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI, it is turned on together with the Cycle Time Group Started bit and turned off when the Cycle Time Group Op0 is triggered. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see the actua
Page: AssetStart
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI (Add-On Instructions) and acts as echo of the Cycle Time Group Start. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see the actual state of the AssetStart bit in the same PLC scan (o
Page: AssetStarted
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI, it is turned on when an idle (stopped) group is started by the Cycle Time Group Start and turned off on the Cycle Time Group Stop. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see
Page: AssetStartOS
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI, it is turned on when the Cycle Time Group goes from not started to Started, stays on for one PLC scan and then tuned off. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see the actua
Page: AssetStop
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI and acts as echo of the Cycle Time Group Stop. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see the actual state of the AssetStop bit in the same PLC scan (only in the cases where A
Page: AssetStopOS
This bit is handled by the Cycle Time Group AOI, it is turned on when a STARTED Cycle Time Group is stopped, stays on for one PLC scan and then tuned off. The Groups after the Cycle Time Group belonging to the same Asset will see the actual state of the A
Page: Audit Date
To use this feature, simply click on the Audit Date Range Icon to open a date range selection window. Choose from Today all the way to a custom range. In custom range, you select the start date and the end date, then click on Submit. image2016-11-15 11:
Page: Audit Overview
The Audit Log contains all the changes made from the actual user that is logged in. This log will show the date of the action performed, User, Method, Entity ID, Field, Comments and the actual Data changed. Audit Date https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/Aud
Page: AUTO
The object is in a full auto or normal operation mode.
Page: Automation Engineers (PLC)

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Page: Background and Foreground Color
The first tab is the Background Color. Click on the drop down, to open a color configuration window. In this window. First select the Vertical Color selector to choose the color you would like to create. Now, move the Color Target Reticle to the Hue you d
Page: Background and Foreground Color (Copy)
The first tab is the Background Color. Click on the drop down, to open a color configuration window. In this window. First select the Vertical Color selector to choose the color you would like to create. Now, move the Color Target Reticle to the Hue you d
Page: Baselines and Tolerances
Baseline Values The following window pops up. It is here where the data is entered for baseline (Cycle Time) and tolerances for the models that were created previously. This is the data that the Envision application uses to create the graphical representa
Page: BLOCKED
The Asset has finished its work and cycle, but cannot transfer its finished product to the next position.
Page: Building a Factory Tree
From Envision Admin Browser, you can select a recent project if they are listed below. worddav96250fe19f0ce3165dc24c3d2ccaf839.png To start a new Factory Tree project, select the worddavcde625b1ca386e7850313351b878fef7.png button above the selection win
Page: Buttons and Descriptions
Displays Object data, Hour by Hour. worddav23d9d286c2c09d852c7d2c4c1d0387a7.png Displays Objects data in a 10-hour shift. worddave02e12a2b906856b1de2086ae19acdac.png Displays Object data in Minutes and Units in the upper graph in the browser. worddav4ef0a
Page: Buttons and Descriptions (Copy)
worddavc1d8e06b50bcb5f98078a9c3c4d7504a.png Displays Object data, Hour by Hour. worddav23d9d286c2c09d852c7d2c4c1d0387a7.png Displays Objects data in a 10-hour shift. worddave02e12a2b906856b1de2086ae19acdac.png Displays Object data in Minutes and Units in

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Page: Change Object
This displays a window to navigate up or down an Object Tree. Click on the Object in the white part of the window: Sta 1___ ____ Sta 2__ _____ Sta 3___ _ _ to navigate down the object tree. OR Click in an Object in the black portion of the Object window;
Page: Change Object (Copy)
This displays a window to navigate up or down an Object Tree. Click on the Object in the white part of the window LOOP 1 ZONE to navigate down the object tree. Click the Save button to open the objects below the selected object. Click in an Object in the
Page: Change Object0 (Copy)
This displays a window to navigate Up or Down an Object Tree. Click on the Object in the white part of the window LOOP 1 ZONE Click the Save button to open the objects below the selected object. Click on an Object in the dark portion of the Object window
Page: Changes and Editing Profile
On occasion, changes to a profile may be required or a profile may need to be removed. The User Management window has the options to make changes by using three different buttons, Edit, Reset Password, and Deactivate buttons. All buttons are located on th
Page: Collector Engine
Overview image2016-11-14 14:8:8.pngThe Collector Engine, in Envision, is representation of an EDC (Envision Data Collector). Every collector engine is a representative of an EDC. Before you can Deploy your Envision project, you need to configure how Envis
Page: Color Code (Copy)
worddavbc2f558ccb5dc5dbc9fe09e996c31a2b.png The history module provides performance history for any selected objects. Each cycle's object status is indicated by a color code:
Page: Comments
Comments are inputted by the User when the action was taken.
Page: Condition
Now select the Condition. You have a choice between And or Or. When using AND, all the selected conditions need to be true in order for it to register as Notification. Using OR, will allow it to send a notification if any of the selected conditions have o
Page: Conditional Notifications
worddava2bd002ecd1df277c0a7e6149090930a.pngworddave713723a298d10868926214a747e8602.png At the Asset level, under the notifications icon, you can open the Conditional Notification window. From this window, you can have Notifications sent to you via Text an
Page: Configuration Menu Panel
Page: Configuration Menu Panel (Copy)
Page: Configurations
image2016-11-14 11:28:39.pngIn the event of new installations, it may be needed that the Parameters used in the PLC may require a modification or a change to make it function correctly. For that, there is the Config button. The Config button is used to ad
Page: Configuring Subscription
worddav882085d90f622c13bb9decd4658c9477.png Select the drop-down menu in the Range dialog box. It will reveal a range of choices. The choices with the letter "N", when chosen, will open a dialog box under that will allow you to enter a number that represe
Page: Configuring Subscription (Copy)
Select the drop down menu in the Range dialog box. It will reveal a range of choices. The choices in the drop down, with the letter "N", when chosen, will open a dialog box under that will allow you to enter a number that represents the "N". This allows y
Page: Count_Accumulation (Copy)
worddav5487e4afc5c78d8dd3fe47425af83c26.png This tab shows the Variance Accumulation (in minutes) as well as the Overcycle Occurrences from a specific dates selected to view. This data can be exported to excel. Click the yellow button to and it will start
Page: Create New User (Adding Users-Fill out form, what permissions)
image2016-11-15 9:40:24.pngimage2016-11-15 9:40:35.pngTo add a new user, click the Create New User button in the upper right side of the User Maintenance Table window. Once selected, a Create User window will appear. Input a Username, Full name, and Email
Page: Creating a New Report
Click on the +Create New tab to open the Create New Report information window. In this window, you can input the necessary information needed to create a report template. Input the Name of the report, then the Description which appears under the name of t
Page: Creating a New Report (Copy)
worddavccfc468f2aebb47afd50e7d2db32bc4a.pngworddav85fdac32f7d8666c39031372f9834b3e.png Click on the +Create New tab to open the Create New Report information window. In this window you can input the necessary information needed to create a report template
Page: Creating a standard report
Describe when someone would need this information. For example "when connecting to wi-fi for the first time". Step-by-step guide Add the steps involved: From the main navigation window, select image2016-6-6 20:14:57.png button from the top right of scree
Page: Creating a Support Ticket via email
I would like to create an Envision support ticket via email. I tried but never received an email response and/or support ticket was never created. Step-by-step guide Using your email client of choice, begin a new email. The email MUST be addressed to sup
Page: Cycle Browser (Copy)
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Page: Cycle Browser Overview (Copy)
The cycle browser provides graphical data on your processes cycle status, including the machine heartbeat.
Page: Cycle Date Options (Copy)
A list of cycle date options, is located in the top left corner of the bottom graph window. worddava9d284a79839fb4b1f567c75223e1bb0.pngworddav9076906f007bb6931f6fffa72fbd865d.png You can also select the date tab 1 on the left to access open a new graph ch
Page: Cycle History (Copy)
Cycle history can be used to identify areas of concern quickly. Located on the bottom of the cycle browser, the cycle history window shows the cycles of an object in sequence across a preset date range. https://docs.beet.com/download/attachments/13435683/
Page: Cycle History Day View (Copy)
worddav263624014023040560b63fafb4a1049b.png Use the date panel in the cycle history browser to access the day view for your object. Or Click forward or backward to get to the date desired. Selecting either the "yesterday" or "today" tab will reveal an hou
Page: Cycle History Higher Level View (Copy)
worddave2814ed12b8cff21fbd4130f00148867.png You can view cycle history for objects at levels higher than asset or group. Simply Click any folder or labeled object above the asset or group level in the main tree. Doing so will reveal a history graph indica
Page: Cycle History View types (Copy)
There are 4 different view types in the cycle history options tab. In all 4 views, you can Click on the green object area to view data for that cycle as well as the Table in the New Window. The Blue worddav1eced36d947e1293bd029ddeff28da23.png Table in the
Page: Cycle Length
image2016-11-15 9:11:52.png Cycle Length baselines are represented by a |-----BLUE-----|bracket in Envision. Ideally, group length will match this bar exactly.

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Page: Dashboard (Copy)
Dashboard Reports worddav67eead7f51f908856fb1c80154592583.png Open the Dashboard Reports by Clicking on the Dashboard Tab on the left hand side of the window. Once selected, it will reveal the Dashboard Reports Tab. Click on tab, and it will update the wi
Page: Dashboard Item and Description (Copy)
1 Navigation Panel: The main panel used to navigate the Envision interface. 2 Child History Table: A quick overview of the cycle performance of your main factory zones. 3 Offload Efficiency Table: Lets you know how the how efficiently cycles are being com
Page: Dashboard Overview (Copy)
When you log into Envision, you will be greeted by the dashboard screen. There are several graphs available that provide critical object data in the Dashboard panel. You can navigate up or Down the Object Tree by using the Object Tree Icon or by utilizing
Page: Dashboard Reports
Page: Data and Time
This section controls the Date Format https://docs.beet.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=13436564&src=contextnavpagetreemode and Time Format https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/Time+Format?src=contextnavpagetreemode that appear in the Envision, Tables, and
Page: Data Changed
The data changed section shows what the original data (Original Data in Pink with STRIKETHROUGH) was before it was changed, then shows the new data (New Data Highlighted in Yellow)as well using a color code and format to show the changes. If the result of
Page: Database Status
The Database Status tab is used to view the health of the database. Parameters such as CPU, Network, Database and Envision performance. This is currently disabled. PENDING removal. image2016-11-15 10:4:5.png
Page: Date Format
image2016-11-15 10:39:2.pngTo change the date format, click in the Date Format editing box and delete the previous format, if there was one present before. Input a different format style in its place. If it is recognized by the program, then it will show
Page: Deleting Shifts (Copy)
The Scheduling module also allows you to delete a shift or All (Future) shifts. To Delete a shift, Click on the shift name on the calendar, then select Delete Shift . You can Delete All Shifts (Future) by Clicking on a shift on the calendar, then Click th
Page: Deploy  
worddav9569fd88a604761f18082fde4e0a7462.pngThe Deploy button is used when everything is setup completely or a change has been made, and is ready to be installed into Envision. NOTE: BEFORE you Deploy make sure you have done all of the following: Assigned
Page: Descriptions
The records it creates contains the current date, time, level (information, error, etc), User, Method, Message, and Exception. The Level column shows the kind of record it is representing. Info would show that there was a log on, deploy, or similar act
Page: Display EDC Raw Data
Envision does not appear to be collecting data. This procedure will allow to you validate if data is being collected at the EDC. Step-by-step guide Add the steps involved: You first must enable debug mode on EDC of interest. Remote desktop to EDC Launch
Page: Display Raw data by Asset UID
Envision does not appear to be collecting data. This procedure will allow to you validate if data is being collected at the EDC. Step-by-step guide Add the steps involved: You first must enable debug http://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/How+to+enable+debug+m

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Page: EAS Monitor
In the EAS section, it will have multiple displays. From left to right, it will display the EAS CPU Usage, EAS Memory Usage, and EAS Disk Space. The EAS Disk space may have several drives present, depending upon the demand of the system used. worddav72e97
Page: EDC Agent Configuration
Applies to EDC Agent Version 2.1.1211.1203 and greater ONLY. Configuration The configuration settings below are the defaults. Location of EDC Communication Agent configuration file: C:\_Envision\Agent\config.xml Before you can use the command "--listedc"
Page: EDC Agent Settings
The EDC Agent Configuration screen is used to set the Heartbeat Update Delay. Since the Agent is continually trying to contact the EAS, a constant contact would cause a strain on the EAS. Therefore, this configuration setup feature will allow the EDC Agen
Page: EDC config.xml Settings
EDC - config.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?> <Envision> <DataProcess key="EDLServer">localhost:27017</DataProcess> <DataProcess key="EASServer">192.168.254.1:27017</DataProcess> <DataProcess key="EDLDB">EnvisionDL</DataPr
Page: EDC Monitor
The EDC will have several multi displays. Each display consists of a CPU, **Memory, and Drive Space. Each display will have a highlight bar above it displaying the net address, and the Last Contact Date and Time. worddavef0da3ef9f8a1521ccce5b964b4dc593.pn
Page: Editing Asset Tags
PLC Tags https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/PLC+Tags?src=contextnavpagetreemode PLC Setup and Configuration https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/PLC+Setup+and+Configuration?src=contextnavpagetreemode Asset Tags are used to convey additional information to t
Page: Email
Input the email address of the recipient of the notification. The recipient will receive an email every time the conditions trigger the notification.
Page: enSync 3.0 - Envision ETL Program
enSync 3.0 is an updated version of the Envision ETL program that is used to populate the Data Warehouse used by Envision Reports and Dashboards. enSync 3.0 uses a MongoDB database named EnvisionDWRDBMS and does not use Postgres any more. enSync 3.0 allo
Page: Entity ID
The entity ID is a label assigned to the action that was performed?
Page: ENVISION Administration Manual V2.3
Page: ENVISION Administration Manual Version 2.3
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Page: Envision Administration Manuals
Beet Documentation https://docs.beet.com/display/BD/
Page: Envision Application Architecture
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Page: Envision Application Server (EAS)
EAS receives the data and information in order to display the complete data taken. It receive data from the EDC which are in contact with the PLC's. image2016-11-14 14:4:36.png OPC Server (OLE Process Control) Object linking and embedding (OLE) is a Micr
Page: Envision Components Network Inter-Connections
Subject to change without notice. Components Envision Application - EAS Envision Database Envision Data Collector(s) - EDC End Users Administrators And-On - Production Monitors Versions prior to 2.6 Inter-Connect Diagram v2.6.png Versions v3.0+ Inter-Conn
Home page: Envision Customer Knowledge Base
This is the home page for Envision Customer Knowledge Base. This is a public site intended for the support of Beet customers. Frequently asked questions Envision User Manuals / Beet Documentation What's new to Envision Hardware Requirements Index of All K
Page: Envision Database Error 10055
Problem Envision Database service won't start, and log has the following error entry: ERROR: disableNagle failed: errno:10055 An operation on a socket could not be performed because the system lacked sufficient buffer space or because a queue was full. S
Page: Envision Database Errors
Page: Envision Development 2.1-rc0 Release Notes
Date Jun 11, 2015 Issues 56 issues Important highlights from this release Highlight 1 Highlight 2 Highlight 3 All updates for this release New Feature EN-127 http://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-127 Add Cycle History Horizontal View EN-123 http://jira.beet.co
Page: Envision Development 2.1-rc1 Release Notes
Date Aug 19, 2015 Issues 67 issues All updates for this release New Feature EN-177 https://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-177 Add an Average Cycle Time report to the Report Tab for the DD Conrod Line per the example provided by DD EN-127 https://jira.beet.com/br
Page: Envision Development 2.1.1 Release
Date Oct 08, 2015 Issues 73 issues All updates for this release New Feature EN-177 https://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-177 Add an Average Cycle Time report to the Report Tab for the DD Conrod Line per the example provided by DD EN-127 https://jira.beet.
Page: ENVISION End User Manual 2.3 (Copy)
Envision features many helpful tools to help maximize productivity. The following section describes those features in detail, as well as giving instruction on how to use them. Navigation https://docs.beet.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=13436113 Cycle Br
Page: ENVISION End User Manual Support Docs
Page: ENVISION EnSight
Tutorial Videos
Page: Envision Hardware System Requirements
The following hardware specifications are for a typical Body Shop Manufacturing deployment. These are provided as guidelines only. Beet reserves the right to change hardware specifications at any time without notice. Envision Application Server (EAS) EAS
Page: Envision Release 2.2
Date Jan 22, 2016 Issues 104 issues Important highlights from this release Ad-Hoc Reporting Server (BI) All updates for this release New Feature EN-174 https://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-174 Research on Ad-Hoc and embedded Reporting EN-13 https://jira.beet.c
Page: Envision Release 2.3
Date Mar 18, 2016 Issues 4 issues Summary Envision Version 2.3 is a point release to add a couple of new features and bug fixes. Important highlights from this release Dynamic Scheduling allows to setup speed factor in schedule to account for shifts
Page: Envision Release 2.4
Date Aug 09, 2016 Issues 1 issues Summary Revision Version 2.4 is a point release to add a couple of new features and bug fixes. Important highlights from this release Windows AD Integration for user authentication All updates for this release Impro
Page: Envision Release 2.6
Date Jan 30, 2017 Issues 70 issues All updates for this release Epic EN-25 https://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-25 Generation 2 - Envision's Own fault capturing methods and reporting New Feature EN-8 https://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-8 Dynamic Scheduling Improve
Page: Envision User Manuals
BD There is a more updated User Manual Page at BD.
Page: Envision Utilities
Import sequence of operation ENVISION EnSight Envision Validate (EnValidate) Guide
Page: Envision Validate (EnValidate) Guide
Introduction Envision Validate (EnValidate) is a console application created for the purpose of simplifying diagnostics of Envision applications and performing routine repair steps on those applications. Validate Overview Validate is the default output mo
Page: EnvisionDB service will not start
Problem Envision Database will not start. Most likely due to an improper shut down, like a power failure. Getting errors like exception in initAndListen: 10309 Unable to create/open lock file: /data/mongod.lock errno:13 Permission denied Is a mongod in
Page: Export last 1000 Cycles to Excel (Copy)
worddavb27eb3f26a60c08a083acd5591e201a8.png From the Cycle Browser screen, you can select the .xls button to Export the last 1000 Cycles to Excel. This opens a spreadsheet program to view and plot data. Click on the .xls button and History Export window w
Page: Exporting
image2016-11-14 11:27:18.png The Export button is a feature that allows you to export an object from Plant level to Group level. First, select the object you would like to Export (e.g. AREA Forward ). Now select the Export button. A green Notice window w
Page: Extend Shifts (Copy)
After selecting Save , more options will reveal. The Apply to Future shift's check box will appear. Check off the Extend button to open an Extend until: edit box. Input the data you would like to extend the shifts until. Select the days, then Click Save.

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Page: Factory Tree
worddav2aa19e587ea1adcd3ec40b7657d879fd.png Factory window Overview This document is intended to provide basic guidelines when it comes to entering descriptions and expressions for an Envision project. This applies whether the project is initially enter
Page: FAULTED
Tooling or Automation failure, that may require manual intervention.
Page: Field List
The Field List can be setup with DataSources and Parameters. Each of these can open to reveal many different options depending upon what object parameter is chosen. Simply Click, hold, and drag the object over to the Editor Board and drop. Click on the ob
Page: Field List (Copy)
The Field List has two choices, SqlDataSource and Parameters. Each of these can open up to reveal many different options depending upon what object parameter is chosen. Simply Click, hold, and drag the object over to the Editor Board and drop. Click on th
Page: File lists
Page: Filters
worddav474b3f1645cb6f3e9a397584748cc4c4.png The Filters tab allows the user to select and sort by Classification. worddav8f36e455acb9802381ccf23b732e2c2d.png The Filter tab is located on the upper right hand corner of the Production Monitor browser. By se
Page: FONT
worddav68745650b2cc1dbb0a8239eb0ee63220.png Click on the FONT drop down to reveal the editing menu for Font Name, Size and Unit. It also has a tab for formatting using Bold, Italic, Underline and Strikethrough.
Page: FONT (Copy)
Click on the FONT drop down to reveal the editing menu for Font Name, Size and Unit. It also has a tab for formatting using Bold, Italic, Underline and Strikethrough.
Page: FORMATTING RULES
worddav7158c832d78494dba0ea451e692e6ae4.png Formatting rules are used in conjunction with an object to change the output data of the object selected to increase or decrease the detail of the output data. You can type the expression manually or select func
Page: FORMATTING RULES (Copy)
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Page: Glossary
AOI Add On Instructions CE Collector Engine COS Change of State EAS Envision Application Server EDC Envision Data Collector xls Excel spreadsheet PLC Programmable Logic Controller FIS Factory Information System OP Operation OPC OLE Process Control OEE Ove
Page: Good Cycle Time
image2016-11-15 9:18:2.png A Good Cycle Time record will be Green (Good) if the amount of deviation above or below ideal cycle time is smaller than any tolerances.
Page: Group Tag Definitions
START START is used to indicate that the step has been initiated. Solenoid valves, robot initiate, operator clear to enter, etc. are examples of common Start signals. The START signal is a retentive signal and goes true upon the first OFF  ON transition.
Page: Group Tag Explanation
At the Group level, every object has a tag that can be configured to what you need it to achieve. To view and configure these Group Tags, you need to select the group object you wish to view. In the upper right hand corner is the Tags Button. image2016-1
Page: GroupDone
This bit is handled by the Group AOI, it is turned when all the configured Ops in the Group are triggered and turned off on the Group Stop. If the GroupDone bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one more scan for the GroupDone t
Page: GroupMem
This bit is handled by the Group AOI, it is turned on by the Group UserMem Entry and turned off on either the GroupStop. If the GroupMem bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one more scan for the GroupMem to show transitions fo
Page: GroupOccurCount
This byte is handled by the Group AOI, it counts up when on the GroupDone and reset on the AssetStopOS. If the GroupOccurCount bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one more scan for the GroupOccurCount to show changes for those
Page: GroupRunning
This bit is handled by the Group AOI, it is turned on together with the Group Started bit and turned off when the all the configured Ops in the Group are triggered. If the GroupRunning bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one m
Page: GroupStarted
This bit handled by the Group AOI, it is turned on when an idle (stopped) group is started by the Group Start and turned off on the Group Stop. If the GroupStarted bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one more scan for the Grou
Page: GroupStartOS
This bit handled by the Group AOI, it is turned on when the Group goes from not started to Started, stays on for one PLC scan and then tuned off. If the GroupStartOS bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one more scan for the Gr
Page: GroupStopOS
This bit is handled by the Group AOI, it is turned on when a STARTED Group is stopped, stays on for one PLC scan and then tuned off. If the GroupStopOS bit is used in any IO Expression of the same Group, it will take one more scan for the GroupStopOS to s

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Page: History Filter Options (Copy)
A list of cycle history options highlighted in Red, is located in the top right corner of the bottom window. worddavf99f22065d6f0342d9a40b8b8550653a.png worddavd985278d8fe6417caf59ee22d508d04a.png worddav6ac43399f3972cb100a65512231946d9.png worddavaea3a56
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worddav36af81c566d3c9a8f6196a289c84fa62.png Column Chart – This show a column graph with the last 100 cycles. Hover over a cycle to view data or select one to display the cycle in the upper graph area of the Cycle view browser. worddav7b584969795733330dc4
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worddav40f5cac19988cb534ca25ead5d0a0a82.png Column Chart – This displays a column graph with the last 100 cycles in the lower browser window. Hover over a cycle to view data or select one to display the cycle in the upper graph area of the Cycle view brow
Page: History Filter Options Reference Sheet 4 (Copy)
The Toggle Filters allow a user to remove/suppress the toggles cycles for viewing. worddav70d1b22fd61053baf6ccfee3861d5852.png Toggle Filter Good – Toggle this filter to suppress Good data cycles worddav7fed791424e461411ac6c40ac4c177ea.png Toggle Filter W
Page: Hotspot Options (Copy)
Page: Hotspot Views (Copy)
In the top right corner of the hotspot module are options for other table views you can access. worddav2dbc8b5396af7cbc011dbfb9bf3af191.png Timeline- The default view in the Hotspot module. A graph showing the total over cycle accumulation for each object
Page: Hotspots Module (Copy)
The Hotspot module displays the list of motions that accumulate the variances over a period of time. It also shows the number of occurrences each day that contributed to the accumulated variances. ENVISION only uses non-faulted cycles for the hotspots cal
Page: Hour Detail (Copy)
By Clicking on any of the individual cells in the hotspot module, you can access a more detailed breakdown of over cycle processes in that hour. The number 29 represents the Over cycle occurrences for that hour. worddave1ff2a2d89fceb57dc9980028b2a7250.png
Page: Hour View and Shift View
After selecting location from the Object Tree a browser will open. These examples show the Hour View and Shift view side by side. In the lower part of the browser is the lower graph in a Rollup Hotspots View ON and OFF. worddav2f79c287bc214fca8795624f20b9
Page: Hour View and Shift View (Copy)
After selecting location from the Object Tree a browser will open. This example shows the Hour View and Shift view in the upper right window. In the lower part of the browser is the lower graph in a Rollup Hotspots View ON and OFF. worddav8ac79b9d5f4b272d
Page: How and What to Assign Envision LAN IP and RJ45 Color (Network)
Step-by-step guide Login to Windows Operating System Click Network icon on system tray (next to time) and select Open network ... image2015-12-9 10:26:44.png Click "Change adapter settings" on the left pane image2015-12-9 10:27:38.png Select one active of
Page: How does Deployment Work?
This page is still under development, please be patient. Step-by-step Deployment Process Add the steps involved: Insert your steps. You can also copy and paste or drag and drop images into your instructions. Deployment Process Flowchart Deployment Proce
Page: How to create shortcut on PM thin client?
Connect Thin Client to Network (Wireless or Wire) Click Google Chrome on the desktop image2015-10-27 9:28:12.png Enter url on EAS, default url is http://192.168.254.1/pm and click Ok image2015-10-27 14:13:24.png Pick the Plant, Area or Line you want to
Page: How to create user in Envision?
Goto to Envision website and following the instruction below: Click Administration image2015-10-27 8:40:8.png Click User Maintenance on the left pane image2015-10-27 8:45:35.png Click Create New User on the right top image2015-10-27 8:47:30.png Fill in U
Page: How to enable debug mode on EDC
If you believe Envision is missing data, you place EDC into debug mode. When in debug mode all data received from PLC is stored for later review. Normally data is destroyed once processed and sent to Envision Application Server (EAS). Step-by-step guide
Page: How to Install Envision Application Server (EAS) - OBSOLETE
This page has been deprecated, please use new installer page. Manual steps required to install an EAS (Envision Application Server) are as follows. Step-by-step guide Disabled NUMA or Node Interleaved, reference can be found in https://vvirtual.wordpres
Page: How to Install Envision Data Collector (EDC) - OBSOLETE
This page has been deprecated, please use new installer page. Manual steps required to install an EDC (Envision Data Collector) are as follows. Step-by-step guide Install Anti Virus Software Exclude Scanning on c:\_Envision and sub-directory Note: If Dat
Page: How to Install Envision ETL for Report Server - OBSOLETE
This page has been deprecated, please use new installer page. Step-by-step guide Expand _Envision.zip to c:\_Envision Download .NET 4.5 Framework and install it https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30653 https://www.microsoft.com/en-us
Page: How to install Report Server Schedule - OBSOLUTE
This page has been deprecated, no included with EAS Installer. Step-by-step guide Install Anti Virus Software Exclude Scanning on c:\_Envision and sub-directory Note: If Database on other drive, exclude directory too Set Envision LAN for Report Server,
Page: How to Migrate Envision 2.0 to 2.1
Item need before Migrate Envision to 2.1 Mongo 3.x Envision 2.1 DataProcess 2.1 for EDC and EAS Step by Step to migrate EAS Backup Envision 2.0 Database Uninstall Mongo Database 2.x Rename Directory of Mongo Database to backup ren c:\_Envision\EnvisionDB
Page: How to Navigate with ENVISION (Copy)
Navigating to the area of your plant you would like to monitor can be done at any time using the top navigation bar in the ENVISION browser. Navigate to any object to view in depth critical performance data. If you are reopening, it may return to the area
Page: How to number jobs Process in EDC
Describe when someone would need this information. For example "when connecting to wi-fi for the first time". Step-by-step guide Remote Desktop to EDC Open file, C:\_Envision\EnvisionDataProcess\config.xml in Notepad image2015-3-17 14:7:4.png Find MaxJob
Page: How to re-run Dataprocess in EAS
DataProcess in EAS is to process data and insert to collection, dwHotspots, dwObjectDownTime, dwhourlyhotspots, dwShiftstatus, dwstatscyclehistory and oee To get help on DataProcess, Type Dataprocess --help Datetime: {Build Date Time and Version} DataProc
Page: How to Update Envision ETL for Report Server - OBSOLETE
Step-by-step guide Pre-requisite: Verify that the Reporting Server has Postgres Db installed and enSync application (v 2.3 or lower). Login to existing Postgres DB, and run the following Scripts from (Current Release)... EN-427-Patch.SQL Note: Depending
Page: How to upgrade Dataprocess application
Remote desktop to EAS Click Server Manager Click Envision on Task Scheduler If Envision Plant has been disabled, you need to go to step 6 Right Mouse on Envision DataProcess and Select Disable image2015-2-26 9:52:57.png Refresh (F5) it until Status of T
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Code Explanations AssetStart https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AssetStart?src=contextnavpagetreemode AssetStarted https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AssetStarted?src=contextnavpagetreemode AssetStartOS https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AssetStartOS?src=con
Page: I_O Expressions
Code Explanations AssetStart https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AssetStart?src=contextnavpagetreemode AssetStarted https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AssetStarted?src=contextnavpagetreemode AssetStartOS https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/AssetStartOS?src=con
Page: IDLE
The asset has done its function.
Page: Import Sequence of Operation
This feature is available for Envision v2.2 and later. Download the spreadsheet template here: EnvisionSOP Configure Sequence of Operation spreadsheet : Each excel file represents one station. The default template contains: 6 Groups (Cycle Time group whic
Page: Importing
worddavb7c20eaafad0c5e06086bfda371c61b1.png The Import button us used to install an .enx file or Import SeqOfOp .json file. worddave65843d539a4dbedc73a7e32a07d8031.png Importing .enx file Click on the object you would like to import to. Click the Import
Page: Index of All KB Documents
Page: Installing Envision Application Server (EAS)
Please note these installation instructions may change at anytime without notice. Installer download links require password to access, please contact support@beet.com mailto:support@beet.com or http://support.beet.com http://support.beet.com to request pa
Page: Installing Envision Data Collector (EDC)
Please note these installation instructions may change at anytime without notice. Installer download links require password to access, please contact support@beet.com mailto:support@beet.com or http://support.beet.com http://support.beet.com/ to request p
Page: Installing ETL
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Page: INTERRUPTED
An asset cycle is interrupted due to violation of safety setup or other non-tooling and automation related stoppage.
Page: Introduction
This document is intended to provide basic guidelines when it comes to entering descriptions and expressions for an Envision project. This applies whether the project is initially entered in an Excel spreadsheet that is later used to copy and paste the de

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Please note this page is still being developed and is currently incomplete, and will change without notice. General network infrastructure Understanding Envision network infrastructure Mongo Database EDC Components Deployment Process EDC Toolk

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Page: Link to Subscriptions
These notifications can be linked to a subscription. Simply click on the up tab and the subscriptions links will appear. Select the subscription you would like link the Notification to. worddav7b4c91d30db7636fe444663fad9fb3d6.png NOTE: Users need to have
Page: Live View (Copy)
The live view window lets you see the status of every station in the plant in real-time. Stations are updated automatically without having to refresh the window. Several graphs with cycle data are also available in Live-view. https://docs.beet.com/downloa
Page: Location
The Production Monitor button is located in the upper right hand corner of the Envision Browser window in highlight. Once selected, it will open a new window with the Production monitor. In this new window, there will be an Objects window for you to navig
Page: Location (Copy)
Make sure you have the worddav6531c6d79a4c3676b943a01826f187f5.png tab selected on the ENVISION top menu. worddav4ef2dbaae3a5a56fdc74e7911cae3492.pngworddav2aa504e549952fe705b8c98cfb5c89b6.png You can then access the cycle browser by using the Main Tree w
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Make sure you have the \[ Cycle view tab selected on the ENVISION top menu: worddav2aa504e549952fe705b8c98cfb5c89b6.png Use the Main Tree navigate to the object you would like to view for cycle information. worddave8c3a9dab373c478b70b5a8ea7c4c26c.png Sele
Page: Log History Selector
image2016-11-15 11:37:30.pngWhen the Application Log is selected, it is defaulted to the last (1) day. To view bac several days, simply click in the Log History edit box and enter the number of days you would like to look back to. Note: A single day may h

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Page: Main Tree Navigation (Copy)
Select the Object Tree tab from the plant navigation panel to reveal the Main Tree window. worddavcec514bf220e495c68b24f364dae3b3e.pngworddav59e7f43e91a95c802d7afcdf4231a656.png Select the + box next to each item to further expand the areas. Continue to e
Page: Main Tree Object and Description (Copy)
AREA - The Area of the Plant where a particular assembled part is built (example: RWD and FWD Transmission Assembly Areas). LINE - A part/place of the Area that is responsible for assembling a part of the assembly (Example: Internal and External parts ass
Page: Maintain Report Categories
The Maintain Report Categories section lets you choose the names of the categories that will be used in the BI Reports and Dashboard browser in Envision. Double click on a current category to edit it or you can add an additional category by clicking on t
Page: Maintain Report Connection strings
The first section is the Maintain Report Connection strings. From here, you can input the web address, location, login configuration and database information needed for login into the program. You have the option to add a new connection if needed. Simply
Page: MANUAL
The Asset is running manually or being engaged for a maintenance mode.
Page: Maximum Normal Tolerance
image2016-11-15 9:18:49.png Maximum Normal Tolerance (Max NTol) is the amount a group or cycle can deviated above ideal cycle time before turning Yellow (Watch). The MaxNTol number should always be smaller than the Maximum Tolerance (Max Tol) number.
Page: Maximum Tolerance
image2016-11-15 9:19:49.png Maximum Tolerance (Max Tol) is the amount a group or cycle can deviate above the cycle time before becoming an Orange (Warning) record. All in Heartbeat View Tolerance Reference sheet This example shown in Sequence mode also
Page: Method
The Method is the way that the action was performed. By use of an action button (Save), command, process, update, or removal.
Page: Minimum Normal Tolerance
image2016-11-15 9:14:52.png Minimum Normal Tolerance is the amount a group or cycle can deviate below the cycle time before becoming a Yellow (Watch) record. The NTol number should always be smaller than the regular Minimum Tolerance (Min Tol).
Page: Minimum Tolerance
image2016-11-15 9:14:3.png Minimum Tolerance is the amount a group or cycle can deviate below the cycle time before becoming an Orange (Warning) record.
Page: Model Breakdown (Copy)
This reveals a graph of Occurrences and Variance based upon Model Type.
Page: Models
Overview Baselines and Tolerances https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/Baselines+and+Tolerances?src=contextnavpagetreemode Tolerances https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/Tolerances?src=contextnavpagetreemode Adding, Editing, and Deleting https://docs.beet.c
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Page: Navigating (Copy)
On the opening screen, select the calendar icon in the upper left corner of the Envision browser.
Page: Navigating by Object Title
The titles on the upper portion of the Production monitors are active links to the next level below the current object being viewed. worddave1c196947aa4f47cf3e9df9df4bd2cab.png Clicking on the S01 Fixture will reopen the window that selected level. You ca
Page: Navigating the Production Monitor Browser (Copy)
Page: Navigating to a Higher Level
To navigate to a level higher than your current location, you can utilize the Object String (address) on the top of the Production Monitor browser. worddav3349b2fec91a4a911aa2c5fcd367b0f4.png Clicking on the Test Line 2 Copy will reopen the PM browser to
Page: Navigating to a Historical Shift (Copy)
Page: Navigation (Copy)
Plant Navigation Main Tree Object and Description How to Navigate with ENVISION Top Navigation Bar Main Tree Navigation Top Menu Tab Navigation
Page: NeoRouter Beet VAR VPN Access
NeoRouter Manual (PDF) Installation of NeoRouter PRO Download installer from here Or you can download directly from NeoRouter http://download.neorouter.com/Downloads/NRPro/Update_2.4.0.4410/Windows/NeoRouter-2.4.0.4410-pro-Setup.exeweb page Install usin
Page: Nomenclature
Because of different industry standards, some companies have different definitions and keywords for certain parts of their company. Based upon company needs, it may be necessary to rename one or more of the Default Objects, Part-type, Parts, and Pallet. T
Page: NON-PRODUCTION
The system is not engaged or not in production. During this time, no records will be kept.
Page: Non-Production Event (Copy)
During a shift, it may be necessary to have a scheduled shutdown for Preventative Maintenance, Breaks, or a Shift change. For that, we have an area to input a Non-Production Event. worddav1165d23d9e8af284c555e0f3c5a79d1a.png To set this up, start by Click
Page: Note Categories
The Notes Categories tab hold the key to configuring the Notes Category list in the Cycle View Browser. From here, you can add, remove, or edit the Categories that will appear in the Cycle View Notes. To add a new Category or Subcategory, click on the edi
Page: Notes (Copy)
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Page: Notes 0 (Copy)
The Envision notes panel allows users to input descriptions about any given cycle they wish. This is a practical and convenient method of communicating issues as they happen across an assembly plant. Notes that have inputted at any time are persistently a

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The Object Classification tab controls the Classifications on the Edit Select object window, under the Objects and Relationships window. Any changes that you make here in this window will display when viewing Group level objects in the Objects and Relatio
Page: Object Properties (Copy)
The Object Properties are located in the top left of the cycle browser. Model, AGV, Part, CycleNumber, Cycle time, and time data can all be located here. The highlighted Cycletime is dependent on the status of the cycle displayed. It can be Green (Good),
Page: Objects and Relationships
worddavaa78f0d660fa8c20aac95b5c9680f83b.png From the Object and Relationships menu, you can view or create a Factory tree, as well define Op Tags. It is where you can create the structure that represents the plant of the manufacturing process. From there
Page: One Channel setup with Multiple PLC's (2 or More)
image2016-11-14 14:22:41.pngIn the event that a cycle time would take several seconds to minutes, one channel can to be used for multiple PLC's. However, the typical channel can only perform one action at time. If there were 2 or more PLC's, then it would
Page: One Channel setup with Multiple PLC's.
image2016-11-15 8:38:3.pngIn the event that a cycle time would take several seconds to minutes, one channel can to be used for multiple PLC's. However, the typical channel can only perform one action at time. If there were 2 or more PLC's, then it would c
Page: Opening Dashboard Reports
Open the Dashboard Reports by Clicking on the green Run button. Once selected, it will reveal the Dashboard Reports Setup screen.
Page: Opening Hotspots (Copy)
Use the Main Tree to navigate to the objects you want to view a hotspot report on. worddav450e10003872a76959d6e3f4eb38ee28.pngworddavb44b8911fe6fdce3d1befac411e89e44.png Once you have chosen your object, Click on the Hotspot tab from the top menu. worddav
Page: Opening Production Monitor (Copy)
The Production Monitor button is located in the upper right hand corner of the Envision Browser window highlighted in red. worddavf67132a646b01e237d0df90f15d8f21e.png worddava2e5274fc435ddac750a87e9174a4fbd.png The Production Monitor Browser will open in
Page: Opening the Module
Open the Envision browser. In the upper menu, select the Reporting Tab. This will open the Starting page menu. The browser will reopen at the starting screen for the Envision Reporting browser. In the main window, there is a menu that consists of a list o
Page: Over Cycle (Last 50000) and Over Cycle (Selected Shift)
Both Over Cycle (Last 50000) and Over Cycle (Selected Shift) work the same way to download to an Excel file for viewing. worddav51496686f1ce30a0fd1df195d276aae0.png
Page: Over Cycle (Last 50000) and Over Cycle (Selected Shift) (Copy)
Both Over Cycle (Last 50000) and Over Cycle (Selected Shift) work the same way to download to an Excel file for viewing. worddav51496686f1ce30a0fd1df195d276aae0.png
Page: Overview
The Configuration Menu Panel is separated into three parts needed to setup and configure the parameters installed in the Editor/Designer window. They are Properties, Field List, and Report Explorer.
Page: Overview0
worddavaf9f99da97eac2b952ec29c3f323a922.png The Subscribe button opens a window to setup and configures a way to send reports via email automatically. Simply fill out all the fields and select the time you would like to receive the report. Once set, it wi
Page: Overview2 (Copy)
worddav2790e5036f06d0c03fc4f24c3edda85d.png Cycle history can be used to identify areas of concern quickly. Located on the bottom of the cycle browser, the cycle history window shows the cycles of an object in sequence across a preset date range.

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worddav400031565d19236adaec6499e8813ac5.png This feature controls how much space you would have around the object selected. Click on the drop down to reveal the setting for the objects border.
Page: PADDING (Copy)
This feature controls how much space you would have around the object selected. Click on the drop down to reveal the setting for the objects border.
Page: Pallet Breakdown (Copy)
This reveals a graph showing which AGVs (carriers) contributed to your over cycle accumulation.
Page: Parameters
worddav7ad10808c644935791117ac4d75671c9.png In this example, under the Parameter label are NumberDays and Baseline. These are objects that can be dragged and dropped onto the Report Editor Board. You can add more parameters by selecting the + sign next to
Page: Parameters (Copy)
Under the Parameter label are NumberDays and Baseline. These are objects that can be dragged and dropped onto the Report Editor Board. In these screenshot examples, we selected assetname under the cycle label. Click and hold, then drag it over to the appr
Page: Pending Envision Development 2.1 Release (2015-05-04)
Date May 04, 2015 Issues 49 issues Important highlights from this release Upgrade MongoDB from 2.x to 3.x Major reduction of disk storage after upgrade. Create common logging framework Improve Audit logging and ability to view Bug Fixes All updates for
Page: Pending Envision Development 2.1 Release Notes 2015-06-09
Date Jun 09, 2015 Issues 56 issues All updates for this release New Feature EN-127 http://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-127 Add Cycle History Horizontal View EN-123 http://jira.beet.com/browse/EN-123 Create API for SMS Notification EN-110 http://jira.beet.com/b
Page: Plant Navigation (Copy)
In ENVISION, your plant is broken down in to a hierarchy of manufacturing categories. The Factory Plant defines the organizational tree down to the component level. The top 3 levels (Areas, Lines, and Stations) are used to organize the tree into a meaning
Page: PLC
The next step after creating the Collector Engine is to create and configure the PLC device itself. Based on the type of PLC (Rockwell ControlLogix, Siemens, Mitsubishi, etc), you are dealing with for your Envision project, you will need to enter certain
Page: PLC Channel
image2016-11-15 8:7:5.png Array.ANALOG.ArrayCount Array.IO.ArrayCount Array.OP.ArrayCount Array.USER.ArrayCount PATH Program.Name SLOT image2016-11-15 8:7:39.png The PLC Device Test is created and added to the list of available PLC Devices. Note t
Page: PLC Devices
image2016-11-14 14:24:29.png Click on Devices under PLC heading in side menu. The following window appears. The data currently shown in the screenshot is data that was created in a test environment. It gives an idea of what a system with many PLC device
Page: PLC Network Utilization and Impact Analysis
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Page: PLC Setup and Configuration
One Channel setup with Multiple PLC's. https://docs.beet.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=13436536&src=contextnavpagetreemode Two Channels Setup with 1 PLC https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/Two+Channels+Setup+with+1+PLC?src=contextnavpagetreemode imag
Page: PLC Tags
PLC tags have already been assigned in this example for the I/O Expressions. The Asset Tags themselves are pretty self-explanatory. AUTO, MANUAL, FAULTED, BLOCKED, PRIMARY STARVED (and also SECONDARY STARVED which isn't used in this example) are used to d
Page: PRIMARY STARVED
The overall time the object is in starved state. The object completed its job and the produced part has exited the object. The object is waiting for the next part to start working.
Page: Production Envision Network Configuration
This document is provided as a guideline only. Beet reserves the right to change network architecture and specifications at any time without notice. Envision Network Architecture Production Envision Network Architecture - Typical Envision Sentinel Network
Page: Production Lost
When the Production Lost button is selected, the browser window will open to a similar window as previous, however, the bottom graph will change the scale and will have the total Units lost presented. In the upper graph, it looks similar Minutes (mode/def
Page: Production Lost (Copy)
When the Production Lost button is selected, the browser window will open to a similar window as previous, however, the bottom graph will change the scale and will have the total Units lost presented. In the upper graph, it looks similar Minutes (mode/def
Page: Production Monitor
worddavf95356a4e0e938d6008c752641ca0244.png Overview The Production Monitor is a browser that can provide a quick live report on plant productions. The Production Monitor can display data for the entire plant, including overcycle time in accumulated event
Page: Production Monitor (Copy)
The Production Monitor is a browser that can provide a quick live report on plant productions. The Production Monitor can display data for the entire plant, including overcycle time in accumulated events, production data for each zone hour by hour or by a
Page: Properties
worddav4274bda5be20c366fd064153a71857fb.png The Properties are, Actions, Styles, Appearance, Behavior, Data, Design, Navigation, Layout and Page Settings. Each of these can open to reveal many different options depending upon what object parameter is chos
Page: Properties (Copy)
The Properties are, Actions, Styles, Appearance, Behavior, Data, Design, Navigation, Layout and Page Settings. Each of these can open up to reveal many different options depending upon what object parameter is chosen. In other words, there are different o

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worddav6c88e7fecc5ff1f0933acbb371db0dde.png Select the Range you would like to view from Hour, Shift, Day, 7 Days, and 30 days. Each range is a selection of how long the notification duration will be. The Hour selection will make the notification loop dur
Page: Reference Sheet
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Page: Report Configurations
The Report Configuration tab contain two parts for configuring the log in and sorting of the Reports and Dashboard browser. They are the Maintain Report Connection strings and the Maintain Report Categories sections. Maintain Report Connection strings htt
Page: Report Connection Strings
Describe when someone would need this information. For example "when connecting to wi-fi for the first time". Step-by-step guide Add the steps involved: Open Envision Admin Panel. Navigate to "System" node from menu panel on the left. Select "System Confi
Page: Report Editor Board
The Upper menu consist of typical commands common to a windows program. On the left side is the types of objects to install on the Report Editor board. Once an object is placed on the Report Editor board, they can be configured by using the menu on the ri
Page: Report Editor Board (Copy)
worddav277f5a173af14c6c6d4b3e6da5b1e408.png The Upper menu consist of typical commands common to a windows program. On the left side is the types of objects to install on the Report Editor board. Once an object is placed on the Report Editor board , they
Page: Report Explorer
The Report Explorer is a tool that can allow you to view the data, character and information of the objects on the screen. The Editing Board is separated into several different areas representing an area of a structured document report. From top to bottom
Page: Report Explorer (Copy)
The Report Explorer is a tool that can allow you to view the data, character and information of the objects on the screen. worddave97300b92d695ca3c7cca6549500f2c6.png The Editing Board is separated into several different areas representing an area of a st
Page: Reporting
Opening the Module Reports Dashboard Dashboard Reports Run Subscribe Configuring Subscription Setting up the Subscriptions worddav3f035a5ac38994d467c7e59f50a7a3a1.png Overview Reporting and Dashboard modules are features of Envision that allows a user to
Page: Reporting (Copy)
Page: Reporting and Dashboard (Copy)
Opening the Module Reporting and Dashboard modules are features of Envision that allows a user to design, personalize, setup, and configure customized reports. You can also have it send reports at specific times and choices of reports. worddavb93d5e6f9bcd
Page: Reporting – Production Monitor
worddavb5713a0ccefb70760e5e2c9b6a59fb17.png This displays a window with a selection of Report to view by Preview, Excel, or PDF. Click on the selection under reports, then choose the option to view. When the Reporting Button is selected, a window will ope
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This displays a window with a selection of Report to view by Preview, Excel, or PDF. Click on the selection under reports, then choose the option to view. When the Reporting Button is selected, a window will open with a menu in the upper left hand corner.
Page: Reports
Creating a New Report Report Editor Configuration Menu Panel Properties [Formatting Rules FORMATTING RULES]Field List Report Explorer
Page: Reports (Copy)
The Configuration Menu Panel is separated into three parts needed to setup and configure the parameters installed in the Editor/Designer window. They are Properties, Field List, and Report Explorer. Creating a New Report https://docs.beet.com/display/BD/
Page: Rollup Hotspots
The Rollup Hotspots button will take the top 10 variances, will roll the group object displayed into the Assets in a display. worddavfac979f14e30aa18393566c098bb3c66.png
Page: Run
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Page: Run (Copy)
worddav26f06c73fa62767e90819d08ed5b5370.png Selecting the Run button worddav13d7360cc3f5bd44e8afd14c9e11f968.png will open a Report Parameters window. This window configures and selects the data for the report. In this window, you have the options to set
Page: RUNNING
The Asset is performing its designed functionality

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Page: Scheduling (Copy)
The scheduling menu allows you to setup and configure a schedule for multiple shifts. It also will allow you to schedule Non-Production Events, such as Preventative Maintenance, Breaks, and other reasons for a scheduled shutdown. Navigating https://docs.
Page: Scheduling Configuration (Copy)
worddavabefa8283376faa764b6c0f940a68875.png Start by selecting a day on the calendar. By selecting a date on the calendar, the area to the right of the calendar will now reveal the Create Shift Menu. From here you can enter the name of the shift, which sh
Page: Screen Print
Select Screen print will copy the current browser window and open it in a PNG format. At the bottom left hand corner, a tab will open to view the .png file. Select Open, and it will open a window to view the Screen Print. The background will be a lighter
Page: Screen Print (Copy)
Select Screen print will copy the current browser window and open it in a PNG format. At the bottom left hand corner, a tab will open to view the .png file. worddav27008bd4726f0de1065cd3418499afdc.png Select Open, and it will open a window to view the Scr
Page: SECONDARY STARVED
The system is waiting for parts that are loaded at this asset.
Page: Select Historical Shift
This opens and displays a Previous Shifts window that will allow you to choose from the Current Shift all the way to the last few months. To view a specified date, scroll down to the date, and shift desired and Click on it. This will re-open the window (a
Page: Select Historical Shift (Copy)
This opens and displays a window that will allow you to choose from the Current Shift all the way to the last few months. To view a specified date, scroll down to the date, and shift desired and Click on it. This will re-open the window (at the same level
Page: Select Historical Shift0 (Copy)
This opens and displays a window that will allow you to choose from the Current Shift all the way to the last few months. To view a specified date, scroll down to the date, and shift desired and Click on it. This will re-open the window (at the same level
Page: Select Historical Shift1 (Copy)
This opens and displays a window that will allow you to choose from the Current Shift all the way to the last few months. To view a specified date, scroll down to the date, and shift desired and Click on it. This will re-open the window (at the same level
Page: Sentinel Air Conditioning Maintenance
The Beet Envision Sentinel unit includes a NEMA 12 Rated Thermal Edge Air Condition Unit, this unit requires regular maintenance to maintain proper operation. User Manual can be download here, if desired. Preventative Maintenance Preventative maintenance
Page: Set Date Range (Copy)
You can select the date range you would like for the hotspot module using the dropdown calendar located in the upper left corner. worddavac08615947c64dc97b4dd4a99ef14f49.png
Page: Setting up the Subscriptions
Select the day and hour when you would like to receive the report. Double-Click on the cell and it will reveal a timestamp highlighted in green. The time stamps are hourly but can be edited to make and send a report at a specific time. After selecting a t
Page: Setting up the Subscriptions (Copy)
Select the day and hour when you would like to receive the report. Click on a cell and it will reveal a timestamp highlighted in green. The time stamps are hourly but can be edited to make and send a report at a specific time. After selecting a time, ente
Page: Show_Hide Option
worddav7c58b1cc632c1a7f5762cc5850986fd4.pngworddav2683779b40196108f6ab1c196efe6484.png When using the Production Monitor, it is possible to remove objects from view. Click on the Show/Hide button and a window will appear with a list of the objects with ch
Page: SMTP Settings
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is an Internet standard for electronic mail (email) transmission. SMTP by default uses TCP port 25. For a more secure port, it will allow you to change to a more secure port (e.g. 465 or equivalent). This page allows y
Page: Software Application
Envision features many helpful tools to help maximize productivity. The following section describes those features in detail, as well as giving instruction on how to use them. Navigation Cycle Browser Cycle History Hotspots Notes Scheduling Live View Prod
Page: SPARE 11-27
The Spares are used to create custom Asset Tags.
Page: SqlDataSource (Copy)
worddav620f05ba5e4141d831582d9393d31e49.png There are four sections under the SqlDataSource Tab. They are Cycles, Hotspots, States, and Notes. Click on the drop down to reveal the objects under them. Once revealed, the objects now can be dragged and dropp
Page: State Display Names
The State Display Names Tab is used to edit the default names, colors, and appearance of the objects and display names. NOTE: These changes made are global and immediate!!! image2016-11-15 10:5:37.png image2016-11-15 10:5:44.pngThe names of the States all
Page: STYLES
worddav02a9b7d98bf9a59d471f9c1a97930b8f.png Styles controls the formatting of the selected object. To start formatting, double Click the Styles drop down. There it will offer you a few choices. You can Create a new style by selecting the Create New Style
Page: STYLES (Copy)
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Page: Subscribe
Page: Subscribe (Copy)
The Subscribe button opens a window to setup and configures a way to send reports via email automatically. Simply fill out all the fields and select the time you would like to receive the report. Once set, it will send a report of the time that was select
Page: Subscriptions
In the ENVISION system, an email is automatically sent in the instances of certain events such as a fault, stoppage, or whatever the set in the configuration. For this reason, there is a configurable option to delay the automatic email. The Email Delay se
Page: Subtract Blocked
Describe when someone would need this information. For example "when connecting to wi-fi for the first time". Step-by-step guide to Subtract Blocked from Cycletime Remote Desktop to EDC Using Notepad, open C:\_Envision\EnvisionDataProcess\config.xml Chang
Page: System
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Page: System Configuration
The System section tab has many different sections that have the setting and configurations for the Admin Module. Clicking on the System Configuration tab will reveal the sub section for the right. image2016-11-15 10:3:6.png
Page: System Health Monitor
The Envision browser now has a System Health Monitor. It is located in the upper right-hand corner on the Top Navigation Menu. It is utilized by simply clicking on it. It will open the System Health window. This may take a moment to load. When it finishes

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What's New https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/What%27s+New?src=contextnavpagetreemode More Information https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/More+Information?src=contextnavpagetreemode Introduction https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/Introduction?src=contextn
Page: Table View in the New Window (Copy)
worddavad121e5b9d53ce8933989bf3eae25a0f.pngworddav6aa4e2dccf9df2cb1bc45ca8133cea2d.png Once a window is opened, it can be viewed on a separate monitor if needed. The new window view also can group data by column. Simply Click and hold on the column desire
Page: Text Message
Input the phone number of the recipient of the notifications. The recipient will receive a text message every time the conditions trigger the notifications. However, there are a few limitations for using the text messaging feature. There is a 25 text* mes
Page: Time Format
image2016-11-15 10:40:43.pngTo change the time format, it is very similar to changing the date format. Click in the Time Format editing box and delete the previous format, if there was one present before. Input a different format style in its place. If it
Page: Tolerances
Overview The Tolerance's are preset in Envision to give a visual representation of the health of the cycle with a glance. In sequence the base of the cycle is the Cycle Length. Cycle Length is represented by a Blue bracket on the graph. In a recorded cycl
Page: Top 3 Pallets (AVG)
This opens a window with a drop down to select the date. It also has the choices of Preview, Excel, and PDF. Preview is shown in this example. worddav6e53df6b7afd712f355e6f8c9a3c5694.png
Page: Top 3 Pallets (AVG) (Copy)
This opens a window with a drop down to select the date. It also has the choices of Preview, Excel, and PDF. Preview is shown in this example. worddav4ede8b276266f6809945aeb5aa0ce227.png worddav175ff1e96956ed1c4ecc152f9f9cde3b.png Reference Sheet worddav1
Page: Top Assets by Groupleader, Station, and Top 3
All 3 have the same 3 view options to choose from. Selecting preview will open a preview window within the reporting window. Choosing Excel or PDF will download and open the object data to the chosen format. worddavbe6da44961d7b7a4c41f5a7a32016bf0.png
Page: Top Assets by Groupleader, Station, and Top 3 (Copy)
All 3 have the same 3 view options to choose from. Selecting preview will open a preview window within the reporting window. Choosing Excel or PDF will download and open the object data to the chosen format. worddav196d8a976e54f9a56f9e4d4c6b20ee3d.png
Page: Top Menu Tab Navigation (Copy)
You can also reach the object you desire by using the top menu tab. Simply hover over each section to reveal a drop down menu. Continue selecting the areas you want until you reach the object you're looking for, then Select to open the Cycle browser as se
Page: Top Navigation Bar (Copy)
When first opening Envision, it will open to the Dashboard window. The head navigation bar can be found at the top of your ENVISION browser. worddav2f04aa40e9eb7ff65ea00eaf4c533b2a.png 1 The top navigation area can be used to access any of the different f
Page: Troubleshooting articles
Page: Tutorial Videos
Page: Two Channels Setup with 1 PLC
image2016-11-15 8:38:30.pngIn the event of a very low cycle time, where the cycle time would be millisecond to seconds, it would be better to use multiple channels with a single PLC. With 2 channels with on PLC a piece, it would be able to process the dat
Page: Two Channels Setup with 1 PLC Each
image2016-11-14 14:23:18.pngIn the event of a very low cycle time, where the cycle time would be millisecond to seconds, it would be better to use multiple channels with a single PLC. With 2 channels with on PLC a piece, it would be able to process the da
Page: Typical Sentinel IP Address Assignment
IP Envision Server 192.168.254.1 EAS 192.168.254.2 - 192.168.254.40 EDC2 - EDC40 192.168.254.51 - 192.168.254.60 EDC Virtual Host(s) 192.168.254.61 Reporting ETL Server (PostgreSQL) 192.168.254.71 - 192.168.254.80 PM Display Monitor Controllers 192.168.25

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Page: User
The user who logs into the Envision program will have their User ID added to the record. For example Thomas Katt (username Katt) will show up as Katt under user. image2016-11-15 11:25:46.png
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Page: User Maintenance
User Maintenance Overview https://docs.beet.com/display/EKB/User+Maintenance+Overview?src=contextnavpagetreemode Create New User (Adding Users-Fill out form, what permissions) https://docs.beet.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=13436551&src=contextnavpag
Page: User Maintenance Overview
This section of the Admin module contains the data table of all the created user accounts. To use or make changes to the administration module you will need to be registered in this database. image2016-11-15 9:31:37.png

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Page: Variance0 (Copy)
Use the Variance Accumulation tab located in the right corner of the module for the variance view. In the Variance view, the module lets you see the amount of over cycle variance for each hour (in Minutes) of your object cycle. worddav183566fe427d45fe2fdc
Page: View Options (Copy)
Below is a list of View options you can apply to your cycle view. These buttons are in the top right corner of the cycle browser. worddavcc1869fe4fe84c6102be09e1a1818f0b.png worddave8cc97951034252d719ede4dc397ad77.png Toggle X-Axis button to show or suppr
Page: View Types (Copy)
worddav994c504469d87de5bdc2bd63b4d6a19a.png Located in the top right of your cycle browser, are 2 buttons to change the views to either Heartbeat or Sequence. worddava5c8d0df34d68a2589c75665a7313bb9.png Heartbeat View is the default view. The Heartbeat li

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Page: Warnings
If this message appears anywhere on a window you are view, take caution. Any changes made will change all global setting immediately on the network. Be very cautious when performing any actions or changes on any window with this warning. image2016-11-15 1
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Table of Contents Table of Contents s What's New s More Information s Introduction Overview s Admin Module Factory Tree Overview s Objects and Relationships Overview s Building a Factory Tree Adding a Group and OPs START signal STOP signal OP signals s
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Add New Record Adding a Group and OPs Adding a New Record Adding, Editing, and Deleting Admin Module APPLICATION LOGS Asset Tag Explanation AssetDone AssetMem AssetRunning AssetStart AssetStarted AssetStartOS AssetStop AssetStopOS AUDIT Audit Date AUT
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