26SI Series Alternator – Product Usage

“Product Usage Report”

The “Product Usage Report” provides information on the “Product Usage” and “Fuel Usage”. The “Product Usage” report may be displayed for a period of time that can span for multiple months and that can include the current day. So, the period for reviewing the history of the report can be selected to the preference of the user.

In order to generate a “Product Usage Report”, use the following procedure:




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    “Product Usage Report” screen

    (1) Radio button

    (2) “View” drop-down menu

    (3) “View Reports” button

  1. Search for equipment and view the results on the “Event Summary” screen. In the “View” drop-down menu (2), select “Product Usage Report”. The “Product Usage Report” screen will appear.
  1. Select the radio button (1) that corresponds with the equipment in order to generate a report for the equipment.
  1. Select “View Reports” (3). The “Product Usage” report appears as an MicrosoftR Excel file in a new window. You can save the report locally and you can print the report. Also, you can send an e-mail of the report.

    Note: The “Product Usage Report” is the calculated comparison of the percentage of operational hours and the total available hours. Total available hours are calculated as 24 hours times the number of days in the range of the date. In order to adjust the total available hours to represent planned hours of operation, type the daily hours in “Daily Product Usage Hours” field before generating the report.



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Table 1
“Product Usage Report”    
Field     Description    
Header    
“Equipment ID”     The id of the equipment    
“Manufacture”     The manufacturer of the equipment    
“Model”     The model of the equipment    
“Serial Number”     The serial number of the equipment    
“Start Date”     The start date for the range of data    
“End Date”     The end date for the range of data    
“Usage Summary”    
“Average Daily Usage”     The average of daily hours for the dates that are within the range of the defined date    
“Total Usage Hours”     The total hours for the dates that are within the range of the defined date    
“Total Available Hours”     The total hours of available work for the machine that are within the range of the defined date    
“Usage %”     The percentage of the operational time for the equipment as compared to the total available hours    
“NonUse %”     The percentage of time the equipment was not in operation as compared to the total usage hours    
“Idle %”     The percentage of time the equipment was in operation but engine speed was lower than 1150 rpm    
“Usage” pie chart     A pie chart that displays the “Usage %” and the “NonUse %”    
“Utilization” pie chart     The Utilization of the machine during hours of operation displayed in a pie chart with “Usage %” indicating the percentage of time the machine operated at an engine speed greater than 1150 rpm and “Idle %” indicating the percentage of time the machine operated at an engine speed lower than 1150 rpm    
“Daily Use/Idle Hours” bar chart     A bar chart that displays the daily used hours and idle hours with the Y-axis representing the date and time and with the X-axis representing the number of hours of operation for the machine    



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Table 2
“Product Usage Report”    
Field     Description    
Table    
“# of rows to graph”     The number of rows to display in the “Daily Use/Idle Hours” bar chart    
“Date/Time”     The date and time of the Service Meter Hours and Idle Hours as reported by the Product Link Module (PLM)    
“Service Meter (hours)”     The “Service Meter (hours)” that are reported by the PLM    
“Idle Hours”     The “Idle Hours” that are reported by the PLM    
“Total Daily Hours”     The number of operational hours of the equipment from the report from the previous day    
“Daily use Hours”     The number of operational hours of the equipment at a higher rpm than 1150 rpm    
“Daily Idle Hours”     The number of operational hours of the equipment at 1150 rpm or below 1150 rpm    



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In order to access “Fuel Details”, click the “FuelUsage” tab on the bottom of the Microsoft Excel file.

Table 3
“Product Usage Report”    
Field     Description    
Header    
“Equipment ID”     The id of the equipment    
“Manufacture”     The manufacturer of the equipment    
“Model”     The model of the equipment    
“Serial Number”     The serial number of the equipment    
“Start Date”     The start date for the range of data    
“End Date”     The end date for the range of data    
“Units of Measure”     The units (liters, gallons) of measurement that are defined by the preferences of the user    
“Fuel Usage Summary”    
“Average Daily Fuel”     The daily average of fuel that is burned for the dates that are within the range of the defined date    
“Total Fuel Used”     The total volume of fuel that is burned for the dates that are within the range of the defined date    
“Total Idle Fuel”     The total volume of fuel that is burned at idle for the dates that are within the range of the defined date    
“Average Fuel Per Hour”     The comparison of the percentage of operational hours and the total available hours    
“Fuel Usage” bar chart     A bar chart that displays the fuel that is burned daily were the X-axis represents the volume of fuel burned. displayed in the units of measurement preferred by the user    

Note: “Service Meter (hours)”, “Idle Hours”, Fuel and Idle Fuel used for this report are values received during the scheduled updates. The time of the day for these scheduled reports is defined by the “First Report Time” value and the value can be viewed in the “General Registry”. The schedule report time can be changed over the air. Refer to theSystems Operation, “Manage Hardware” for more information.




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Table 4
“Product Usage Report”    
Field     Description    
Table    
“# of rows to graph”     The number of rows to display in the “Daily Use/Idle Hours” bar chart    
“Date/Time”     The date and time of the “Service Meter (hours)” and “Idle Hours” as reported by the PLM    
“Daily Fuel Usage”     Displaying the volume of fuel consumed by the equipment from the report from the previous day in the units of measurment preferred by the user    
“Daily Idle Fuel”     The volume of fuel consumed during idle operation report from the previous day. Displayed in the user preference for units of measure    
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