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Resource Library

Welcome to our resource library. Here you can locate useful information to read online or download for later user. We include articles written by our engineers and regulatory specialists, job aids, case studies, links to view past webinars, presentation slides from our semi-annual user group meetings and other events.

Past Webinar

StackVision 6.16 in a Nutshell

In this webinar, Senior QA Engineer Michelle Staneff went over the latest features and enhancements in StackVision 6.16.

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Learn how to use essential 8864 features.


Learn about the latest updates to Part 75 from USEPA's own Chris Worley.


An update on CEMS hardware issues and products approaching or which have passed their end-of-life and support.


Curious how 6.9 will impact you and what's in this release?


Spectrum Systems has set a date of January 1, 2024 as the formal obsolescence date for the Spectrum SpectraPak-E. The SpectraPak-E was first released in 2002 and by the obsolescence date it will have been in service for 20+ years.


Looking to simplify and streamline your spare parts ordering process for CEMS and process monitoring?


December's One Page Tip discusses things to consider when planning for the next year of activities.


Learn about ProcessNow and how to troubleshoot this StackVision feature.


Learn how to ensure a successful StackVision upgrade!


This main session covers several valuable CEMS maintenance methods used by Duke Energy and others.


This breakout session covers several valuable tips and tricks for preventative maintenance.


Learn how to troubleshoot ECMPS errors in this breakout session!


Learn about Control Charts!


Learn how StackVision works with a Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS).


View this presentation to learn all about StackVision CEMScape and much more.


Learn how flags are used to mark StackVision data when certain conditions are met.