Express OEE

Express OEE

All the solution at the price of $ 5600

$ 1400 / machine in a unique payment.


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TPM Pro Express OEE is a standalone system that let you measure and improve the efficiency of 4 single machines or 4 production lines.

All the software suite of applications is ready to use on the provided industrial Panel Pc. One wireless data acquisition device with 4 digital inputs to connect 4 machines and one wireless data controller complete the offer.

TPM Pro Express OEE does not need implementation. Just replace defaults like losses and machine names for your own

Ready to run in less than 1 hour!

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Kit OEE Express

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Kit OEE Express

All the solution at the price of $ 5600

$ 1400 / machine in a unique payment.


REQUEST DEMO

TPM Pro Express OEE is a standalone system that let you measure and improve the efficiency of 4 single machines or 4 production lines.

All the software suite of applications is ready to use on the provided industrial Panel Pc. One wireless data acquisition device with 4 digital inputs to connect 4 machines and one wireless data controller complete the offer.

TPM Pro Express OEE does not need implementation. Just replace defaults like losses and machine names for your own.

Ready to run in less than 1 hour!

1What kind of processes can it control?
TPM Pro can control most production processes. In general, you can control any process that results in a part, a unit or a set of produced parts.

Mass production is usually the easiest to control since in these processes there are always sensors that measure what has been produced. For example, packaging or bottling lines, packaging processes, machines or high production lines, etc.

Batch processes can also be controlled, provided there is an electrical signal that indicates their operation. The more automated the process, the easier to measure and control. It is not the right system to measure the efficiency of manual processes.
2What type of sensor should I use?
The system requires an electrical signal to indicate a machine cycle. This machine cycle can be a production unit such as 1 meter, 1 liter, 1 piece or a set of parts. The system has multipliers and dividers to convert the input signal into a unit of account.

In general, all machines or production lines already have a sensor that delivers that electrical signal (counter). It can be an optical, inductive type sensor, a relay contact, or taken from an output of a PLC or other control or counting device. Any of these alternatives is useful to use as a digital input to our Data Collectors.

In TPM Pro we have a lot of experience in connecting many different types of processes. Some of them are easy and others give a little more work and even in some cases require some special sensor that we can provide. The capacity of our Data Collectors allows to combine several inputs and create different logics to indicate the operation of the machine or the production of a unit.
3Why does it use its own hardware?
The reasons are multiple. The characteristics of the data that must be acquired and its treatment are complex. They must deliver packages of refined information that indicate quantities of produced units by intervals and worked times. For this, it is necessary to define Cadence times and Stop Reset times.

Electronic devices such as PLCs are more dedicated to sequencing the operation of the line and controlling some of its variables. Although they were not designed for productivity measurement, a correct programming of them could achieve it. However, PLCs are normally embedded in the production line, and therefore, programming or reprogramming these devices generates downtime and can cause malfunction of the line if an error is made, with the consequent loss of the manufacturer's warranty.

Likewise, the current control devices are wired, most of them with a RS 232/422/485 serial connection or, in the best case, they use a socket from the LAN network. These wiring are always expensive because they require cable streets, work at height, distribution boxes, special mesh to eliminate electrical noise, etc. TPM Pro ZB Wireless Data Acquisition devices solve all these problems from end to end:
  • They are Plug & Play.
  • They do not interfere in the programming of the line (it is outside).
  • No wiring required.
  • Communications do not produce interference or suffer from electrical noise.
  • They are cheaper than a conventional PLC.
  • There is no need to deal with different manufacturers / device models.
4May I connect a different quantity of machines?
You can connect up to 4 machines or connect 2 machines with good part input and rejected part.
5How long is the guarantee?
TPM Pro Express OEE has a 6-month warranty for any hardware defect, as long as it is not about misuse or power supply problems.
6Will you help me on setting it to work and answer my questions?
TPM Pro Express OEE includes a Maintenance and Support Plan (PMS) for 6 months. Within the term of the PMS, our staff will help you get the most out of the investment. After the initial PMS, the client can re-contract Support and Maintenance annually or monthly.
7Are the legal software licences included?
TPM Pro Express OEE includes the Windows 10 OEM and MS SQL Express licenses.
8What is included?
  • Software
  • Hardware
  • User manual
  • 6-month free support and maintenance agreement
  • 1What kind of processes can it control?
    TPM Pro can control most production processes. In general, you can control any process that results in a part, a unit or a set of produced parts.

    Mass production is usually the easiest to control since in these processes there are always sensors that measure what has been produced. For example, packaging or bottling lines, packaging processes, machines or high production lines, etc.

    Batch processes can also be controlled, provided there is an electrical signal that indicates their operation. The more automated the process, the easier to measure and control. It is not the right system to measure the efficiency of manual processes.
    2What type of sensor should I use?
    The system requires an electrical signal to indicate a machine cycle. This machine cycle can be a production unit such as 1 meter, 1 liter, 1 piece or a set of parts. The system has multipliers and dividers to convert the input signal into a unit of account.

    In general, all machines or production lines already have a sensor that delivers that electrical signal (counter). It can be an optical, inductive type sensor, a relay contact, or taken from an output of a PLC or other control or counting device. Any of these alternatives is useful to use as a digital input to our Data Collectors.

    In TPM Pro we have a lot of experience in connecting many different types of processes. Some of them are easy and others give a little more work and even in some cases require some special sensor that we can provide. The capacity of our Data Collectors allows to combine several inputs and create different logics to indicate the operation of the machine or the production of a unit.
    3Why does it use its own hardware?
    The reasons are multiple. The characteristics of the data that must be acquired and its treatment are complex. They must deliver packages of refined information that indicate quantities of produced units by intervals and worked times. For this, it is necessary to define Cadence times and Stop Reset times.

    Electronic devices such as PLCs are more dedicated to sequencing the operation of the line and controlling some of its variables. Although they were not designed for productivity measurement, a correct programming of them could achieve it. However, PLCs are normally embedded in the production line, and therefore, programming or reprogramming these devices generates downtime and can cause malfunction of the line if an error is made, with the consequent loss of the manufacturer's warranty.

    Likewise, the current control devices are wired, most of them with a RS 232/422/485 serial connection or, in the best case, they use a socket from the LAN network. These wiring are always expensive because they require cable streets, work at height, distribution boxes, special mesh to eliminate electrical noise, etc. TPM Pro ZB Wireless Data Acquisition devices solve all these problems from end to end:
    • They are Plug & Play.
    • They do not interfere in the programming of the line (it is outside).
    • No wiring required.
    • Communications do not produce interference or suffer from electrical noise.
    • They are cheaper than a conventional PLC.
    • There is no need to deal with different manufacturers / device models.
    4May I connect a different quantity of machines?
    You can connect up to 4 machines or connect 2 machines with good part input and rejected part.
    5How long is the guarantee?
    TPM Pro Express OEE has a 6-month warranty for any hardware defect, as long as it is not about misuse or power supply problems.
    6Will you help me on setting it to work and answer my questions?
    TPM Pro Express OEE includes a Maintenance and Support Plan (PMS) for 6 months. Within the term of the PMS, our staff will help you get the most out of the investment. After the initial PMS, the client can re-contract Support and Maintenance annually or monthly.
    7Are the legal software licences included?
    TPM Pro Express OEE includes the Windows 10 OEM and MS SQL Express licenses.
    8What is included?
  • Software
  • Hardware
  • User manual
  • 6-month free support and maintenance agreement
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    Our OEE experts will be happy to give you a quick demonstration! Just tell us something about yourself and we will communicate to coordinate a DEMO