CURRENT OEE 1.0 USERS: (versions 1.9.x and prior) DO NOT UPGRADE TO THIS VERSION
Upgrading from OEE 1.0 to OEE 2.0 involves multiple steps. Completing the steps incorrectly, or failing to make adequate backups can cause the migration to fail. The Legacy Import documentation is here: Migrating from OEE 1.0 to OEE 2.0.
FOR IGNITION 8: USE VERSION 2.9.4 AVAILABLE ON THE EARLY ACCESS TAB
For more information, visit Ignition 8 Readiness in our MES Help Section.
WARNING: If you are upgrading to Ignition 8 from any previous version of Ignition you must read the upgrade guide first before installing Ignition 8. Visit the following URL for more information before installing: Ignition 8 Upgrade Guide
Current: MES 2.0 Platform
The newest platform used by our MES core modules provides the latest support for distributed control, enterprise capability, performance and seamless integration across the modules. Track & Trace and OEE 2.0 now share the same ISA-95 object model providing greater flexibility to support any type of manufacturing process in any industry.
|MES Module||Module Version|
(Click to Download)
|Production Module||2.9.3 SP10||Required for OEE, T&T, SPC, and Recipe Modules.|
|OEE Downtime||2.9.3 SP10||The Sepasoft OEE Downtime Module empowers manufacturers with actionable data that can help managers reduce operating cost, increase asset utilization, and boost operating efficiency that results in improved profitability.|
|Track & Trace||2.9.3 SP10||The Sepasoft Track & Trace Module manages your inventory in real time. Your system can have the capability to look up where any product has been during its manufacturing process, and where it is now. It records the start and end of each production run in real-time and monitors the status of the materials while being consumed.|
|Recipe & Changeover||2.9.3 SP10||The Sepasoft Recipe & Changeover Module provides an efficient means to manage and select recipes, track variances in recipe values, keep recipes secure, track recipe changes, analyze recipes, and generate recipe reports.|
|SPC||2.9.3 SP10||The Sepasoft SPC Module will help you reduce or eliminate late or missing sample collection, inaccurate sample data, and other issues leading to quality problems.|
|Web Services||2.9.6 SP5||The latest version is 2.9.6 SP5 and can be used with 2.9.2 core modules as this is a utility module.|
The Sepasoft Web Services Utility Module allows you to easily configure web service operations and data types visually, then invoke web service operations from the HMI, SCADA, or MES system to read data from or write data to ERP or any other system that supports web services.
|Instrument Interface||1.9.5 SP2||The Sepasoft Instrument Interface Utility Module will let you capture raw textual data from instrument type devices via serial, text files, OPC devices, and more, enabling you to parse out the meaningful values that can be saved to databases or passed along to other systems.|
|Barcode Scanner||1.9.5 SP2||The Sepasoft Barcode Utility Module allows you to use barcode scanning capabilities to facilitate material handling, scan a badge to sign off on materials, Master Production Records, Batch Production Records, and other production tasks. Barcode Scanner also includes the ability to hide manufacturing records not in use and has an added option for customers to include their own logos.|
|Production Simulator||1.9.5 SP4||The Sepasoft Production Simulator is a free module that enables the configuration of simple equipment to simulate a simple factory floor. Infeed, outfeed, and waste counts, as well as equipment state values and additional factors can be furnished by the Production Simulator for the purpose of OEE Downtime proof of concept and testing.|
2.9.3 Change Notes
Version 2.9.3 SP10 is for Ignition platform 7.9.4 to 7.9.x. Our 2.9.3 modules are not compatible with Ignition 8. Please visit the Early Access tab to download available Ignition 8 compatible 2.9.4 RC1 modules.
What is new in 2.9.3?
- Performance improvement in both live and historical analysis
- Added a method to handle sub-second tag collector updates
- MQTT store and forward feature (2.9.3 RC2)
- Bug fixes
The MES 2.0 platform release contains the new OEE 2.0 module. All other modules maintain the same functionality as their MES 1.0 counterparts but have been modified to work on the new platform. The Web Services, Barcode Scanner, Instrument Interface and Production Simulator modules from the MES 1.0 suite can be installed alongside these MES 2.0 modules. All other modules need to be upgraded to the 2.0 version. If you are upgrading from any of the MES 2.0 versions, please restart your Gateway after install.
+ 2.9.3 General: All MES Products
+ 2.9.3 OEE Module
+ 2.9.3 Track & Trace Module
+ 2.9.3 Recipe Module
+ 2.9.3 SPC Module
+ 2.9.6 Web Services Module
+ 2.9.3 Instrument Interface Module
+ 2.9.3 Barcode Scanner Module
Legacy: MES 1.0 Platform
Our original platform and base for the OEE 1.0 module.
|MES 1.0||Module Version|
(Click to download)
|Track & Trace||1.7.9|
+ 1.7.9 General: All MES Products
+ 1.7.9 OEE Module
+ 1.7.9 Recipe Module
+ 1.7.9 Track & Trace Module
+ 1.7.9 SPC Module
+ 1.7.9 Web Services Module
+ 1.7.9 Instrument Interface Module
+ 1.7.9 Barcode Scanner Module
Early access allows end users the ability to test their projects for compatibility and to access the upcoming features in advance.
+ 2.9.4 General: All MES Products
+ 2.9.4 OEE Module
+ 2.9.4 Track & Trace Module
+ 2.9.4 Recipe Module
+ 2.9.4 SPC Module
+ 2.9.7 Web Services Module
+ 1.9.6 Instrument Interface Module
+ 1.9.6 Barcode Scanner Module
+ 1.9.6 Production Simulator Module
MES Module Archives
The MES module archives provide legacy releases for our modular software solutions.
WARNING: These legacy releases are provided to help developers troubleshoot and debug issues in older systems. For security reasons, Sepasoft does not recommend using these legacy releases for production.
The Track & Trace, OEE Downtime, Recipe/Changeover, and SPC modules require the installation of the Production module. All modules must be in the same version!
The Sepasoft MES software development life cycle (SDLC) is as follows: Beta > Release Candidate > Full Release > Service Pack
- Beta: Version that has not yet passed our Test/QA process and is therefore not ready for a production environment. We provide this version as an opportunity for end users to test in a development environment.
- Release Candidate: Version has passed through our Test/QA process and is considered to be stable enough to be used in development and production.
- Full Release: Version follows the Release Candidate version and may include any minor fixes reported or found.
- Service Pack: Consists of minor updates to the Full Release version.