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    Miguel Angel Velazquez Velazquez
    Work orders are not created by readings meters.
    Topic posted October 10, 2019 by Miguel Angel Velazquez VelazquezGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, tagged Setup and Configuration 
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    Title:
    Work orders are not created by readings meters.
    Summary:
    Actually, work orders are created according to the date estimated by the forecast, based on the daily utilization ratio, and no based in the meter readings.
    Content:

    HI community.

    We have been doing work order programming tests for assets with working hours meters.

    In the real operation, certain assets most be performed preventive maintenance every range of active hours of work, what we have detected in our tests is as detailed below:

    Work orders are created according to the date estimated by the forecast, based on the daily utilization ratio and no for the reading’s meters.

     

    Requirements for this Idea:

    1. We need to create work orders according with the readings of hours worked entered daily at meter.
      1. Why?
        1. We have assets with meter and without it. Our requirement is needed for assets with meter and daily readings by hour worked.
        2. This is required in a real operation because an equipment most be maintainable according with its hour worked and maintenance cycles.
        3. The forecast based on an estimated daily interval is an estimated for work orders maintenance but in a real operation the main parameter are the operative readings introduced to the meter. For this reason, is necessary to create work orders by reading meters.
    2. The current functionality for Forecast is properly but to create work orders based on it does not apply in all operative cases.

     

    Please Find more Details about this IDEA in the attached File name : ASSET WITH METER V2.pdf

    i wil attentive to your Comments.

    Thanks and Regards

     

    Arnulfo Sauz

    asauz@mexoil.com

     

     

     

    Version:
    Oracle Fusion Cloud Applications R13 19C
    Document: