Access to Calibration Counters have recently been added as part of the 8864 firmware upgrade 5.02, which can be used to help keep your data from going Out-of-Control (OOC).
The new math function “SEC200C(channel)” will show the amount of time before a particular channel goes OOC, which can then be used to start a calibration or trigger an alarm. For example, the counter can be configured in an “M” or “P” type channel, then trigger a calibration or alarm if the value gets below a set threshold.
A perfect example of this is shown using SEC200C(NOXPPM), below:
Several counters may be involved with going Out-of -Control (OOC), such as time surpassed since the previous calibration, operating hours since the last passed calibration, and the amount of hours into a grace period.
Simon Arends, Support Specialist Published: 4/27/2017 2:52:31 PM
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