Learn how to use Kt-Pulse. Get started with the basics with these tutorials
If you are new to Kt-Pulse or would like a refresher on what it is all about, check out our introduction video here
In this video we give you an overview of the hardware that you need to start collecting data using the Kt-Pulse collector app
In this video you will learn how to add standard and admin account users. Standard account users get access to Setup or Analytics or both. Admin account users have full system access and can also create new user accounts
In this video, you will learn how to setup the departments, lines and workstations that you will be monitoring using Kt-Pulse
In this video, you will learn how to add part numbers into the Kt-Pulse system. You will also learn how to assign part numbers to workstations and assign output targets (units per hour) to each part.
In this video you will learn how to set up shift patterns for each of your manufacturing lines and cells. This is necessary to ensure that the right output targets are assigned to each shift and to each hour within the shifts
In this video, you will learn how to add scrap and downtime reason codes into the system and how to assign them to the relevant workstations.
In this video you will learn how to register your tablets in the Kt-Pulse system. This is a security measure to ensure that only registered devices can be used to log data. You will also learn how to add collector user accounts
In this video, you will learn how to plan your production builds. You will add batch details into the system so that batches can be scheduled and tracked in real-time through the Kt-Pulse collector app
In this video you will learn how to set up availability, performance, quality and changeover targets for each workstation so that you can compare planned and actual levels.
If you are running the Kt-Pulse Collector App on an android device, you will need to download the Kt-Pulse app from the Google Play Store. The video below will show you how to set up a Gmail account
Learn how to set the dwell time for your collector. Dwell time is the minimum time a user must wait between data entries on the collector
Learn how to set the max idle time for your collector. If no data has been entered for the duration of the set Max Idle time the Everything Ok? Screen pops up inviting the user to enter the reason for the delay
In this video, you will learn how to reopen a batch that has been closed previously by the user
If a user no longer requires an account you will need to close the account to prevent access to the Kt-Pulse system
This video demonstrates how to reset a collector user password