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Diversions are used extensively in LYNQ and used to properly calculate key performance indicators such as:
When creating new custom diversions you should carefully consider how you want to configure the diversion type and the operational type fields.
Direct defines activity which is engaged directly in the manufacture of a product. Indirect defines activty which is not engaged directly in the manufacture of a product. Non-operational defines activity which is neither direct or indirect.
Uptime defines that the resource is engaged in activity which is directly related to the manufacture of a product. Downtime defines that the resource is engaged in activity which is not directly related to the manufacture of a product. Non-operational time defines a resource is engaged in neither uptime or downtime.
You will notice that a range of reports and dashboards can be analysed by diversion.
To create a new diversion:
Once you have completed the steps in the sections below, it’s time to add the new meeting status to a new on-screen element.
To associate a status to a new On-Screen Element:
To add the status change function:
To configure the status change settings:
To configure the process data settings:
To configure the statuses the on-screen element will be available in:
To configure the terminals the on-screen element will be available in:
Now clock into the workbench as an employee and click on the new team meeting button. The employee status will change to Indirect Downtime – Team Meeting. Leave the employee in this status for a few minutes and then click back to previous.
You should also see a transaction in the transaction review screen
Applies to: LYNQ 2016, LYNQ 2019, LYNQ 2020