Is there a way, either in the cloud, or on my local control that I can exclude values when the machine is not running?
A machine may have 1 runs during a day and any performance calculations are useless if they are included when the machine is off because they would be including the 0 values.
This is akin to getting statistics for a batch, or all ‘batches’ for a day.
I don’t know the IXON solution for it but below might be helpful.
Add a bit on your local control and set it to “1” every X seconds/minutes you want to log your data [only when machine is in run]. Read that bit in IXON and set it as trigger condition for logging data for all the values you are after.
That does work, but produces some disjointed graphs because it draws the interpolated line between the 2 batches. The way I understand the triggered values is that they, unlike the standard logging means, take a single point in time rather than multiple values over a timeframe.
I might have to force them to 0 before logging a final value.