The multi-plotter is an innovative, holistic plotting system.. It displays to you the current and historical process conditions in the form of values (analogue plotters), events (event plotters) and process phases (phase plotters) clarity and consistency not seen until now
A diagram can be printed out directly, or can be inserted into documents using the clipboard.
The presented period can be changed manually, via a worksheet or a program.
The presented values can be directly exported to spreadsheet programs.
The analogue plotter presents analogue values as curves. It can plot up to 40 pages, each with eight curves on up to eight axes. The display can be spread and zoomed as desired.
When reading off values, the read-off cursor provides support in the form of a vertical line.
The position to be read off can be set using a mouse-click. The values can be read directly from the cursor or in the allocated table column below the diagram window.
The trend display interval can be set using the trend cursor (Delta-t). The trend for each curve can then be read off either directly on the cursor or in the table column "Trend". The analysis cursor provides supports during graphic evaluation with min, max, average and gradient etc.. Significant curve sections can be highlighted with a text comment after clicking onto them.
The plotter can be configured online, i.e. new curves can be created and all settings modified at any time. The curves can optionally also be displayed either linearly or logarithmically, un-smoothed or smoothed.
Time domains which are of interest can be retrieved in many ways. In conjunction with the export module, the displayed plotter page can be passed via a mouse click.for numeric value export to the export module (e.g. for Microsoft® Excel®)
|SL-SCHANA||Analogue plotter, capable of several MDI child windows, 40 pages, each with 8 graphs|
|SL-SCHANAL||Analogue plotter, single window, limited to 2 recorder pages, each with 8 graphs|
The phase plotter provides a visualisation of temporal operational sequences, e.g. the process phases or the sequence of recipe steps.
It enables the direct allocation of the value curves and events to the phases which are defined in clear text.
If the mouse cursor is directed at a phase bar, a pop-up window will appear with information on the event. Through a mouse-click onto a phase bar, the appropriate period in the process record will be opened.
|SL-SCHPHAL||Phase Plotter, light version, limits the display to 3 phases|
The event plotter provides a symbolic explanation of monitored events, operational messages, comments etc. Each event which occurs is displayed with its own symbol. The event plotter is displayed above the analogue plotter.
If the mouse cursor is moved over an event symbol, a pop-up window will appear with all information relating to the event.
The process report is opened by clicking on an event symbol and the relevant clear text message is displayed with a note on its source.
|SL-SCHERE||Event Plotter with clear text pop-up window and additional function.|
|SL-SCHEREL||Event Plotter, light version, without clear text pop-up window and additional function.|