How to get cycle time (Parts/hr) using statistical label?

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    NUS_STU
    NUS_STU
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    Please refer to the layout image.

    My intention is to track the productivity of the cubes at the end of the line. How do I configure the label to get the statistics?

    Fyi, the work process that is linked to the label has the following tasklist.
    TransportIn::True

     

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    ozan
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    If you are a Professional licence user you can create a property to track how many cycles has robot done.

    Or maybe you can simply use PartsEntered statistics property from cnc machines too.

    #12282
    NUS_STU
    NUS_STU
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    I’m interested in the cycle time rather than the number of parts produced.

    Edited the title for clarity.

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    ozan
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    I think it should be Statistics.PartsAverageCount property. Have you tried that one?

    #12445
    NUS_STU
    NUS_STU
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    May I know where to find the Statistics.PartsAverageCount property?

    #12449
    Jay
    Jay
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    Well, PartsAverageCount is a property of vcStatistics. You can add the property to display on the statistics label if you have a VC Professional license. See application help document for additional info.

    #12453
    NUS_STU
    NUS_STU
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    Ahh now I know is vcStatistics. Thank you.

    I used Statistics.Parts.Entered on the conveyor belt and managed to get the cycle time by manually measuring the graph time.

    Let me know if yall got a better method to get cycle time (Parts/min or Parts/hour).

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