The Health Meter menu item allows users to see a variety of different widgets with data entered throughout the application. This allows to user to monitor their site from one central location. aeShield Dashboards comes with an ever expanding library of widgets to keep all your data easily viewable. For a full list of our available widgets, contact us HERE
Safety System Bad Actors
The purpose of this widget is to provide the user with the top safety system bad actors grouped (using ‘Group By’ filter) by SIF, Assembly Type, Assembly (Device), Event Type or Cause. The widget allows the user to either filter by Event Percentage or Event Count. Event percentage shows the percentage of time for each event. Event count shows the total number of times each event occurred. The “look back” period for data is one year from the selected end date.
The purpose of this widget is to enable the user to select a single device and view information about its unavailability based on data collected from the Historian Interface. This information includes the event type, count, hours, and % of the year. There is a drop down to select the specific device to load data for, a date selector that enables the user to choose an end date, and a scale selector. The “look back” period for data is one year from the selected end date.
The purpose of this widget is to provide alerts to users of the progress of testing based on the design test interval per device. Users should be aware that all Asbuilt Assemblies that are tied to any Asbuilt IPL will show on this widget regardless if test results have been recorded for those assemblies. I.E. the widget is designed to show the user the set of I/O (assemblies) that are being use to provide protection (IPLs) and are intended to be tested according to the IEC 61511 standard. The widget also includes some filtering ability as well as a look ahead date to help users determine upcoming testing needs.
Additionally there is a function on the widget that substitutes the days since last tested for the test interval to calculate On-Demand RRF.
Users are able to configure their own alert criteria. However, assemblies with a test interval and no test result will show 0 days late with a red alert and assemblies without a test interval will show 0 days late with a green alert.
The Last Day On-Time and Warning Duration are used in configuring when an assembly's tests are considered due (in days). The default values can be configured in Location Management as well as overridden on the widget
Last Day On-Time controls the last day that an assembly's testing is considered On-Time, as a delta of its due date (derived from each assembly's last tested date and testing interval).
Warning Duration controls the number of days that a warning should be displayed after the Last Day On-Time.