What is a loop calibration?
- A loop calibration is a set of instruments
that are grouped and calibrated together. The input and output of the
whole group determines the pass or fail status of the calibration.
- This solution allows for an instrument to
belong to one calibration loop at a time.
set of instruments in one area that work together and are calibrated
collectively in order to establish the pass or fail status of that one work area.
- The loop calibration, and
all associated instruments (assets) that are part of that loop, are
an instrument that is part of the loop is swapped/moved, the history is
and calibration history of the loop is displayed.
- Locations application: Create a Loop Location
- Assets application: Create Assets (instruments) and
associate them to the Loop Location
- Job Plans application:
- Work Asset section is defined as the Loop location
- Data Sheet section:
the Loop Data Sheet to the Loop Location
corresponding Data Sheets for each Asset in the Loop (in case of failures). Additionally, a
specific calibration for an asset in the loop is required.
the sequence on how the Multiple Data Sheets for each Asset will appear on the
Work Order Data Sheet tab
the corresponding Assets to the Data Sheet
- Work Order Tracking application:
- Data Sheets are associated to the Loop Location on
the Data Sheet tab.
- Data Sheets are sorted based on sequence number
defined in Job Plans.
- First Data Sheet is required all other Data Sheets
Data Sheets - all As Found/ As Left Data must be filled in.
Data Sheets - As Found/As Left Data does not need to be filled in.
However once data is entered onto an Optional Data Sheet it becomes
- Complete and Close
the Calibration Work Order. Then view the Calibration History for the loop or for
each asset in the View Calibration History option in the Asset and Location