Machine State

A combination of color and text to describe the status of a Machine. Machine states can be classified as uptime and used to calculate the availability of a machine. A Machine State can be used on 0, 1 or many Machines Types. Machine States are set exclusively by Machine Triggers and are required for each new row of Machine Activity. Running, Stopped and Idle are provided by Tulip as defaults and cannot be modified or deleted by the user. User can create custom states. Deleting a custom state is not allowed while in use and states cannot be restored after delete.


NameName of state (e.g. 'Running')
ColorColor for the state
UptimeBoolean flag for classifying the state as uptime (i.e. producing value)


QA-T256Machine Monitoring : 04 - Machine Type
QA-T410Machine Monitoring : 10 - Used Machine Type Aspects can't be Deleted


PLAT-8818 (333)Ability to execute processing logic and data collection triggered by equipment state transitions