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Understanding Labels Fields in Calibration Control
Follow these guidelines to get the most out of printing labels with Calibration Control (our Calibration Management Software).
NEED TO KNOW:
- Label Basics: Watch this label quick start video for an introduction to the basics of label printing in Calibration Control.
- Files Folder Basics: Watch this video for an overview of the Calibration Control folders.
Label Naming Requirements:
- Equipment 'Asset' tags must have Asset in the label file name, (e.g. 24-Asset-05).
- Calibration labels must have DueCalin the label file name, (e.g. 18-DueCal-02).
- 'Maintenance' labels must have DueMaint in the label file name, (e.g. 24-DueMaint-01).
- Labels for 'Calibration Not Required' frequency must have CNR in the label file name, (e.g. 12-CNR-01).
- Labels for 'Next Use' frequency must have NextUse in the label file name, (e.g. 12-NextUse-01).
- Equipment 'System' labels use System in the label file name, (e.g. 36-System-01).
- Note: The format of the label name starts with the millimeter (mm) size of your tape width.
- P-touch Editor: The P-touch editor software that comes with P-touch printers (or download from Brother) is required to edit the 150+ labels that come with Calibration Control or to create custom labels.
- Label Fields: All of the available label data fields are listed below.
- Using Label Fields: The label fields below correspond to the specific data fields used in Calibration Control. You can edit labels in the free P-touch Editor software. The label fields below are the Object Names in the textbox or barcode object Properties. Modify the ObjectName in any given label template.
- Sample Labels: Check out these screenshots of sample labels included in Calibration Control for Calibration, Asset, and CNR (Calibration Not Required). They are a good resource for choosing which labels you want to use or modify.
Last Updated: 09 July 2020