Per Part 75, calibrated parameters are required to run an online calibration within eight hours of coming online, also called the eight-hour grace period. We can automate this for you!
The Calibration Delay setting specifies how long the calibration will wait after the unit comes online before triggering an automatic startup calibration. This can be set to anything on the minute or hourly basis. Leaving the field set to zero seconds will disable the startup calibration.
The Startup Minute will specify the minute that the calibration should run. Once the calibration delay has finished, the datalogger will wait until the next Startup Minute to begin a startup calibration.
For example, say a calibration is programmed to have a startup delay of one hour, and a startup minute of 05. If the unit comes online at 09:06, the startup calibration will run at 11:05 as it will wait one hour (10:06) and then wait until the next :05 minute. If the startup minute is set to 99, the startup calibration will begin immediately after the startup delay.
When this field is set to ‘Y’ (or the box is checked within StackStudio), any other calibration scheduled to run with one or more affected channels in common with this calibration will continue to run as scheduled. When set to ‘N’, any other startup calibrations that share any affected channels will be cancelled once this calibration has completed.
Clint Anderson, Systems Implementation Engineer, ESC Published: 10/5/2016 11:47:00 AM
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