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Te dejo la siguiente información por si te resulta de utilidad:

Interval type and

Description

Line Type: Time

Line Type: Counter

Interval type: Repeated

from start date

The count starts from the start

date on the object relation. The

date is selected in the Object

form > Preventive

maintenance FastTab > Start

date field, or in the Functional

location form > Preventive

maintenance FastTab > Start

date field. When you schedule

maintenance sequences, an

object calendar line is created

when the interval is reached.

 

The start date of the

maintenance sequence line on

object or functional location is

used. If that field is blank, the

Plan date for the maintenance

sequence is used.

The start date of the maintenance

sequence line on object or functional

location is used. If that field is blank,

the Plan date for the maintenance

sequence is used.

Interval type: Once from

start date

See description for the

"Repeated from start date"

interval type above. Only

difference is that this interval

type is to be used only once.

See description for "Repeated

from start date" interval type

above. This interval is typically

used for a one-time

maintenance or service job.

See description for "Repeated from

start date" interval type above.

 

This

interval is typically used for a onetime

maintenance or service job.

 

Note 1 above also applies to this

interval type.

 

Note 3: If the counter is replaced

when completing the maintenance or

service job, this interval type

functions as the "Repeated from

start date" interval type above.

 

Interval type: Linked from

start date

(once only)

A maintenance sequence

can contain more lines using

this interval type, and those

lines are linked. Typically,

you will create a

maintenance sequence that

contains lines of only this

interval type.

Object calendar lines are

created by identifying the

maintenance sequence line

that has the first expected

start date and time.

See description for "Once

from start date" above.

 

Example: You create two

lines in a maintenance

sequence for a service job

on a car: one time-based line

with a 1-year period, and one

counter-based line with a

25,000 km limit. An object

calendar line is created for

the limit that is reached first.

For this line type you create the

line with the 1-year period.

See description for "Once from

start date" above.

 

Example: You create two lines in

a maintenance sequence for a

service job on a car: one timebased

line with a 1-year period,

and one counter-based line with a

25,000 km limit. An object

calendar line is created for the

limit that is reached first. For this

line type you create the line with the

25,000 km limit.

 

Example creating two counter lines:

You can also set up a maintenance

 

sequence with two linked, counterbased

lines in which the first line has

a limit of 10,000 items quantity

produced, and the second line

relates to the machine or work center

requiring service after running 3,000

hours.

 

 

 

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