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  • 1334748272
    19 Jun 2017 - 13:09 by Jim Vaspoli

    I think the verification for the Keithley 2400 series SMU's has a calculation error on the upper and lower test limits during the DC Current Measurement test. Has anyone seen this?

     

     

     

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  • 1334748272
    19 Jun 2017 - 13:09 by Jim Vaspoli

    I think the verification for the Keithley 2400 series SMU's has a calculation error on the upper and lower test limits during the DC Current Measurement test. Has anyone seen this?

     

     

     

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  • 1488999028
    19 Jun 2017 - 12:13 by Dexter

    I recall once reading somewhere that it is possible to invoke the system date or time in a statement. Since I do not recall where I read this, I am having trouble cross-referencing it but here's what I am trying to do. 

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  • 1469709369
    8 Jun 2017 - 23:19 by MTCERN

    Hello,

    I would like to export the data of my tests results to make some statistics. In an Excel format or others.

    How can i do with MET/TEAM?

    I heard, that feature is coming in v2.2 of MET/TAM. It's true ?

    Can you give me when the release v2.2 of MET/TEAM will be available ?

    Thanks

    MET/TEAM
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  • 1351692529
    8 Jun 2017 - 13:51 by James Smith

    What is the feasability of being able to read/write from mmy local MetCal databse using a custom generated script. For example I have software used for asset managment, and I use MetCal merely as a calibration tool. I want to be able to export the cal dates, certs, etc from MetCal to our asset management software. There will be no utilization of MetCal other than running the automated portion, and then taking the data out of MetCal database and writting it to our asset managemment database.

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  • 1437052425
    8 Jun 2017 - 07:46 by Kara R

    Hi,

    I am new to Met Team, and have been running with a migrated data base from Met Track.  Some of the fields populated correctly, but I need t edit the customer in the open work orders we have. It is "blued" out so I cannot change it. Is there another screen I need to change to have this populate correctly or is it set in stone, correct or not when he work order is opened?

     

    Thanks
    Kara

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  • 1464718046
    8 Jun 2017 - 06:43 by Cherie

    We are looking to digitally sign and batch sign our certificates in the MET/TEAM database.  Could anyone give an explanation of how to do this within MET/TEAM or does this happen outside of the program? Thank you!

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  • Kaiser
    8 Jun 2017 - 03:27 by Cal_PT

    I there.

    I'm working with metcal 7 and im benn facing with this error E5483: Can't commit cal summary data. Function error.

    Does someone has some clue why is showing this error in some procedures?

    One thing  im noticed is that in some assets works and another dont, gives that error, with the same prodedure.

    Compliments

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  • 1457123285
    6 Jun 2017 - 09:10 by Héctor Raimundo

    I want to manage my Work Order Numbers but I don´t know how can i do a search and find all the Work Order Numbers with their Asset Number

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  • 1488999028
    6 Jun 2017 - 07:03 by Dexter

    Interesting situation. I call the 5720 FSC with a 7mV @ 1kHz output value and Met/Cal, it seems, sets the 5720's output to 7 volts and tells me to use a voltage divider. Discussions about it being more accurate aside, is there any way to force the 5720 to actually output 7mV @ 1kHz without Met/Cal ignoring me and outputting 1000x the nominal?

    NOTES:

    - It only does that in the 22mV range. It is not unique to 7mV, it will do it to any nominal value within this range.

    - It is possible to manually type in 7mV @ 1kHz to the 5720's keyboard and it will output as it's told.

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