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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.

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A discussion on steps to implement push polling in the 8864 data controller and how to display real-time data on the dashboard.


Join us for a discussion focused on the new ability to import gas cylinders using QR codes, including Airgas, Red Ball, and other templates.


Review some Part 60 regulations surrounding calibrations and look at the new CALCHECK ProcessNow task designed to meet these requirements more flexibly than the old CHKOOC60 task.


This webinar focusses on P60/P75 data review and processing for new CEMS operators.


Want to know how it can be done? This webinar will explore re-certification requirements under Part 60.


An updated version of our Daily Dose of DAS. Consider these steps to review your emissions on a daily basis.


Walk through configuring an extended three-hour average from an existing parameter.


Walk through configuring a basic parameter in StackStudio.


Learn how to read the server.cfg file and understand the differences between relative and absolute mapping. We will also review maps from some common analyzers.


A step through troubleshooting common ECMPS feedback errors.


Understand how the reason codes are used in reports when acknowledging alarms.


An exploration into the similarities and differences between M-type & P-type math channels.


If your unit is a peaking unit (3-year average capacity factor of less than or equal to 10% and no one year greater than 15%), you can use the Appendix E Optional NOx Emission Estimation Protocols.


Join the ESC staff to learn about our new and exciting online private class opportunities.


This session will highlight the important questions to consider when faced with a data exceedance.


Too much CEMS downtime can increase a facility’s total emissions under Part 75 data substitution. And downtime data is reported—and scrutinized—often.