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Downtime Analysis

The Downtime Analysis chart is a Pareto chart that depicts the cumulative time of each downtime tag added for various assets in descending order to help you identify the predominant causes that lowered the overall asset performance.

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At the top of the analysis chart, you'll find the summary statistics of the tagged and untagged downtime, and total downtime for all assets in an organization within a specified time range. By default, the last 24 hours of data is displayed. These values are indicated by DD:HH:MM (%).

  • Tagged Time - Indicates the total downtime of the assets labeled with various downtime tags within a specified time range. That is, the total value added up by each of the Y-axis values corresponding to the values in the X-axis in the Downtime Analysis chart.

    Note

    Only assets with PRO or PRO Trial subscriptions can be labeled with downtime tags.

  • UnTagged Time - Indicates the total downtime of the assets that have not been labeled with downtime tags within a specified time range.

    Note

    Here include PRO assets that have not been labeled with integral downtime tags, and Lite assets that haven't necessary permission to be labeled with downtime tags.

  • Total Downtime - Indicates the total downtime of all assets, including PRO and Lite assets, within a specified time range.

You can filter out specific assets from the Asset Dashboard by applying filter conditions such as Subscription Package or Plant to make the summary downtime data more accurate and representative and help you evaluate the overall asset efficiency.

To check the summary data of the tagged and untagged downtime for an individual asset, go to the Downtime Analysis chart in the Asset Detail View.

Note

  • This analysis chart is only applied to assets with PRO or PRO Trial subscriptions. See Upgrade a Lite Asset to PRO for details.

  • If no downtime tag has been added to any asset in your organization, this analysis chart will be blank. See Downtime Tagging for details on how to add a tag for an asset.

The analysis chart contains a bar chart and a line graph, with one horizontal axis and two vertical axes. The X-axis represents the category of downtime tags while the Y-axis on the right shows the percentage that each downtime tag accounts for and the Y-axis on the left displays the cumulative time of each downtime tag indicating by HH: MM.

Importantly, the bar chart describes the individual value of each bar while the line graph represents the cumulative total of values displaying on the left of the current point including itself.

Tip

  • To read the accurate values of a bar or a point, hover your mouse cursor over it. You’ll see a tooltip showing the tag name, the cumulative downtime of the tag, and the cumulative total percentage.

  • Click on the image4.png icon to download the analysis chart as an image in .png format.

  • By default, the analysis chart displays data in the last 24 hours. To switch to a broader time range, click the image20.png icon at the top of the toolbar to show the 1W, 1M, or Custom view.

The colors of bar charts in the Downtime Analysis chart can be personalized depending on your requirements.

  1. Click on the image24.png icon in the upper-right corner to open the Custom Colors side panel from the right.

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  2. All the tags with corresponding colors are listed from top to bottom according to the bar chart order in the Downtime Analysis chart from left to right.

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  3. Select a tag you want to change, and click on the color square to open the palette.

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  4. Choose the desired color and click any blank area to close the expanded palette, and click Apply.

    Tip

    You can apply the same color to different bar charts.

  5. You’ll see the corresponding bar chart in the Downtime Analysis chart is updated accordingly.

Additionally, you can get a quick preview of the customization effect through the Preview mode before actually applying it to the chart.

  1. Click on the image24.png icon in the upper-right corner to open the Custom Colors side panel from the right. By default, the Preview toggle is turned off.

  2. Toggle on the Preview mode.

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  3. Select a tag you want to change, and click on the color square to open the palette.

  4. Choose the desired color and click any blank area to close the expanded palette.

  5. You’ll see the corresponding bar chart in the Downtime Analysis chart is updated accordingly for your review.

    • If the customization effect is ok, click Apply to realize it.

    • If not, you can click Reset to undo it and redo it.

    Tip

    Click Cancel to close the side panel.