The Asset Based PI Example Kits demonstrate how to address simple, industry-specific business problems with PI AF and other asset-based PI tools.
Each example kit is a downloadable ZIP file that contains the PI AF database definitions and related files used to address a business use case. It allows you to install and explore in your own PI AF Server common use cases such as:
The example kits were created using industry experience and lessons learned from helping our customers address their business problems in PI AF.
Each kit contains:
Learn how asset-based PI tools have been used to implement a simple example of monitoring feeder voltages for significant excursions and unbalanced voltage events.
This Example Kit contains multiple XML files for the creation of a templates- and hierarchy-only PI AF database and a second demo PI AF database with Excel workbooks that analyze events and visualize feeder operation.
The kit also includes a User Guide and two videos to help the user get started.
Use of this kit requires the following minimum software versions -
- PI Data Archive 2012,
- PI AF Server 2014 R2,
- PI Analysis Service 2014 R2,
- PI DataLink 2014,
- and PI ProcessBook 2014.
Have suggestions or questions? How have you used the kit? If the use case is similar to something you are working on, what changes or modifications have you made? Start a discussion here!
Asset Based PI Example Kit User Guide - ETD Feeder Voltage Monitoring.pdf - This file will tell you everything you need to know to get your example kit installed. Here are the other files you will need:
If you want to download a zip that includes all the above files, here's the link:
You will need access to a PI AF Server and at a minimum, permissions to create an AF database. Each kit user guide contains information on the required software versions, which range from PI AF Server 2014 R2 with PI Analysis Service 2014 R2 to PI AF Server 2015 R2 with PI Analysis Server 2015 R2. PI Data Archive 2012 is also a minimum requirement.
Watch this video to learn how the kits are installed: Getting Started with an Asset Based PI Example Kit