To edit a unit in your equipment list, double click the equipment row within the grid, or right click the unit and choose Edit from the menu.
If you are within the equipment profile, click the pencil icon on the top left to bring up the Edit screen.
Here is a screenshot of the Edit window:
Here you can enter as much or as little equipment information as you wish!
Data is organized into tabs as follows:
Main - Identify basics such as Unit # (required), Make, Model, Year, and Serial #. Assign a Location (required) and an Operator who has primary responsibility for the asset. Select a PM Schedule Template and/or set Meters. Create the first set of Custom Fields.
Specifications - Predefined program fields include Physical Attributes and Engine specifications, while an additional 12 Custom Fields are available to label as needed.
Warranty / Misc - A primary and secondary warranty can each be tracked by date and/or meter. License information and an additional 10 Custom Fields are available to label as needed.
Purchase - Select the Dealer and purchase-related details such as a straight line depreciation and ownership status. 2 Custom Fields are available to label as needed.
Loan / Lease - Specify a loan or lease company and any account information, plus enter a value to the General Expense Logging area and automatic recurring payments will be recorded to the asset's expense history.
Insurance - Specify an insurance company and any account information, plus enter a value to the General Expense Logging area and automatic recurring payments will be recorded to the asset's expense history.
Tires (Shop Edition Only) - Choose the number of axles from the drop-down and a corresponding diagram will appear. Tire size and pressure may be recorded, and check the Show Tire Assignment Screen on Save box to enter tire-related services such as mount/dismount and rotation.
Images - Add or drag-and-drop photos for convenient storage right in the database.
Attachments - Add or drag-and-drop electronic files for convenient storage right in the database.
Notifications - List any contacts who should receive email alerts, and sign them up for Maintenance alerts, Renewal notifications, and/or Work Order notices (Shop).
Expenses - Regularly recurring general expenses such as loan/lease, insurance, annual inspection, and more may be logged automatically.
Notes - This area is a "catchall" for any information which doesn't fit into one of the pre-defined or custom user-defined equipment information fields.
Settings - Use check boxes to display relevant equipment information tabs and hide those not in use. The virtual meter function will auto-increment the asset's meter value on a daily basis; this is ONLY appropriate if the asset does not have an actual meter, but you want to schedule recurring maintenance as though a predefined average daily meter usage elapses