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3. Selecting the Required Standards

Calibration Executive 4.0 Help

Edition Date: March 2017

Part Number: 374564H-01

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The Required Standards dialog box is shown in the following figure.

Required Standards dialog

Note Note  Each calibration instrument required for your selected calibration procedure has its own dialog box. You must complete the required information for each instrument before proceeding to the next dialog box.
  1. In the first field, select an instrument from the supplied list.
    Note Note  If you select an unsupported instrument, you are prompted to enter additional information about the instrument in the Description field.
  2. Enter a tracking number for the instrument in the Tracking No. field.
  3. Select a calibration interval for the instrument from the Calibration Interval list box.
  4. Select the calibration due date for the selected instrument in the Calibration Due Date field. You can either enter the date from the keyboard or click the calendar icon Calendar icon to launch the time and date dialog box, shown in the following figure.

    Set Time and Date dialog

  5. Enter any additional comments in the Notes field.
  6. Highlight the correct GPIB address of the instrument in the Address field.
    Note Note  The Address field displays all of the GPIB instruments that are connected to your computer. If the address of your instrument is not displayed in the list, ensure that the instrument is connected and click Refresh. To run a calibration procedure in automated mode, you must select the instrument and its associated GPIB address.
  7. Click Next to proceed to the next Required Standards dialog box.
  8. When you complete all required standards information, click Next.


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