Record calibration data while away from the computer
Calibration Worksheets are a convenient way to record Calibration Event data without being near a computer. The Worksheets in Calibration Control (our Calibration Management Software) have the proper measurements pre-determined to make calibration data easier to record. The Worksheets are easily configured for the needs of the organization.
When printing a Calibration Worksheet:
- If the Equipment has a Measurement Template attached to it, the Worksheet will replicate the Template structure on the Worksheet so all the technician needs to do is fill in the blanks.
- If no Measurement Template is attached to the Equipment, Calibration Control will use the measurement structure from the most recent calibration of the Equipment.
- If neither a Template nor past calibration exists, Calibration Control will print a blank Worksheet with several lines for recording measurement data.
Use the Context Menu within the Tool Browse Grid to find the print option for a Calibration Worksheet.
The Calibration Worksheet will look like this in the print preview. Notice that some of the fields are already filled-in with information from the record:
The blank Worksheet looks like this when neither a Template nor past calibration exists. All of the fields are blank to accommodate necessary information.
Last updated: 1 Aug 2017