Report from Rockwell
Report from Rockwell AutomationXLReporter interfaces to a variety of Rockwell Automation software products.
Produce reports from RSLinx®, FactoryTalk® Gateway, RSView32®, PanelView™Plus Logs, FactoryTalk® View ME Logs,
FactoryTalk® View SE history, FactoryTalk® Historian SE and FactoryTalk® Alarms and Events
Produce reports directly from one or more PLCs using RSLinx or FactoryTalk Gateway. The solution is low-cost, straightforward and does not involve historians or relational databases. Report current value "snapshots" or add values incrementally to your report on time or on events. Produce a wide range of reports such as a daily shift reports, monthly summary reports or equipment usage reports.
Did you know that using the DataStore Plus option you can log production data directly on the terminal?
Use XLReporter to automatically download logged data from multiple PanelView terminals and create reports automatically. The reports are readily available for viewing for any where, even from the PanelView terminals!
The data connector to the PanelView data provides "stitching" technology to make the individual logs appear as a single data entity. It also maintains a list of tag names so that any tag selection can be done using a tag browser. XLReporter treats the stitched logs like a historian so features like filtering and sorting are supported together with calculations such as the average value for each hour of a day.
Produce reports automatically or on-demand from FactoryTalk View SE Data Logs and FactoryTalk Historian SE. Retrieve sample values and "out-of-box" metrics on performance, statistics and runtimes that have been
filtered and scaled according to your requirement. XLReporter performs the filtering if it is not supported by the server.
In addition to the standard set of metrics provided by the historian, XLReporter provides an extended set of calculations specific to industry.
Metrics are readily available without any scripting or programming. Simply select the tags of interest, the time frame and calculation e.g., average temperature over each hour of the day, and let XLReporter do the rest.
Understanding process alarms is one step towards improving your process.
Produce alarm dashboards and better understand alarm activity by setting filter and search criteria. Add historical data to the dashboard and learn if there are correlations between process deviations and alarm behavior.