Most systems are set up with multiple calibrations that act differently depending on their specific uses. Calibrations can be triggered in one of six ways...
Most systems are set up with multiple calibration checks (cals) that act differently depending on their specific uses. Also known as validations, cals can be triggered in one of six ways depending on the instrument or frequency of test run time.
Below is a list and explanation for each of the cal trigger types:
A – Automatic Cal
E – Externally Initiated Cal
I – Instrument Controlled Cal
U – User Initiated Cal
L – User Initiated w/ Confirming Digital Inputs
M – Interactive (Menu) Cal
Clint Anderson, Lead Project Engineer I, ESC Published: 6/6/2017 12:30:01 PM
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