Exercise – Create a Dynamic Dashboard to Monitor Your Tanks

Document created by jkim Employee on Jan 15, 2018Last modified by jkim Employee on Jan 15, 2018
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Objectives

  • Create a PI Vision dashboard using dynamic symbols.
  • Create a collection with symbols

 

Problem Description

You would like to have a dashboard which shows the key pieces of information for our tanks or for your own assets. The operator would like to see only tanks that are overheated at any given time. They also need a summary table that lists the installation dates and asset locations for all of their tanks.

Approach

Step 1: Build a PI Vision display including the following symbols, utilizing the Collection symbol:

Collection

Measurement

Display Symbol

Asset Name

Value

Tank

Graphic

External Temperature

Value (Multi-State Use default values but change colors)

Internal Temperature

Gauge

Internal Temperature

Trend

External Temperature

 

Installation Date

Asset Comparison Table

Asset Location

 

Step 2: Edit Collection Criteria to only show overheated tanks (Internal Temperature > 150°F), add an Asset Attribute to the Asset Type.

    1. How many tanks were overheated at 8 am today? _____________
    2. How many tanks were overheated at noon yesterday? _____________

 

Step 3: Save your display as Tank Temperature Dashboard <Initials>

 

Bonus: Modify the collection to include more graphics and a multi-state symbol such as a gauge for the pressure.

 

An Example is below:

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Have questions? Head to the forums to discuss with the PI Square community

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