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completed. In the example below, the Current Cycle remains (1), the Current Cycle will be updated to (2) with the completion of the PM Set and the start of a new cycle.
Figure 10 - Preventive Maintenance (Schedule Definition)
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When forecasting work orders for the next 30 days, note that the activity “Minor PM” is not included in the forecast but the Activity “Inspection” is included, the “Repeat in Cycle” controls if an activity will occur within a Cycle. For the activity “Inspection” the Repeat in Cycle is “Yes”, for the activity “Minor PM” the Repeat in Cycle is “No”, the “Minor PM” will be generated once per cycle.
Figure 11 Forecast Work Orders TIME AND METER-BASED PM SCHEDULE DEFINITION
The Time and Meter-Based Schedule Definition illustrates a PM Schedule Definition that will generate a PM Work Order based on either time or a meter reading. The asset should not go more than 7 days without a PM Work Order even if the meter interval has not been met. The purpose this PM Schedule Definition to ensure that an asset is inspected when an asset's meter readings fall below the expected usage. Figure 12 illustrates the PM Schedule Definition.
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