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GageList User Manual
Cloud Calibration
Management System
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Section I: Document Revision History
Revision
Date Revised
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Original issue.
Updated to reflect updated Login process.
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Section II: Table of Contents
Section I:
Document Revision History....................................................................................................... 2
Section II: Table of Contents ...................................................................................................................... 3
Section III: Table of Figures ........................................................................................................................... 4
Section IV: GageList Team ............................................................................................................................ 6
Section V:
Typical Conventions .............................................................................................................. 7
Section 1: Workflow................................................................................................................................... 8
Section 2: Sign In to GageList ..................................................................................................................... 9
Section 3: Navigation ............................................................................................................................... 10
Section 4: Setup GageList......................................................................................................................... 11
Section 5: Adding Test Equipment Records ............................................................................................. 18
Section 6: Editing Test Equipment Records ............................................................................................. 25
Section 7: Deleting Test Equipment Records ........................................................................................... 26
Section 8: Calibrating Test Equipment ..................................................................................................... 28
Section 9: Editing Calibration Records ..................................................................................................... 35
Section 10:
Deleting Calibration Records ............................................................................................. 36
Section 11:
Certificates of Calibration ................................................................................................... 38
Section 12:
Report and Data Export ...................................................................................................... 39
Section 13:
Getting Help ........................................................................................................................ 41
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Section III: Table of Figures
Figure 1: GageList Workflow ......................................................................................................................... 8
Figure 2: Access GageList Button .................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 3: Account Login................................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 4: GageList Control Panel ................................................................................................................... 9
Figure 5: GageList Navigation ..................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 6: GageList Setup ............................................................................................................................. 11
Figure 7: Type Selection Setup.................................................................................................................... 12
Figure 8: Interval Selection Setup ............................................................................................................... 12
Figure 9: Interval Selection Warning........................................................................................................... 13
Figure 10: Calibration Environment Selection Setup .................................................................................. 13
Figure 11: Types of Measurement Selection Setup .................................................................................... 13
Figure 12: Default Unit of Measure Selection Setup .................................................................................. 14
Figure 13: Condition Acquired/Received Selection Setup .......................................................................... 14
Figure 14: Location Selection Setup............................................................................................................ 15
Figure 15: Calibration Instruction Selection Setup ..................................................................................... 15
Figure 16: Equipment Status Selection Setup ............................................................................................. 16
Figure 17: Equipment Assignees Selection Setup ....................................................................................... 16
Figure 18: Notification Settings................................................................................................................... 17
Figure 19: Add Equipment .......................................................................................................................... 18
Figure 20: Test Equipment Status ............................................................................................................... 18
Figure 21: Test Equipment Information ...................................................................................................... 19
Figure 22: Test Equipment Assignment ...................................................................................................... 20
Figure 23: Calibration Information.............................................................................................................. 21
Figure 24: Scheduled Interval ..................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 25: Calibration Test Template .......................................................................................................... 22
Figure 26: Calibration Test Template Table ................................................................................................ 22
Figure 27: Calibration Test Template Table Populated............................................................................... 23
Figure 28: Calibration History ..................................................................................................................... 23
Figure 29: Record History............................................................................................................................ 24
Figure 30: Edit Test Equipment Record ...................................................................................................... 25
Figure 31: Delete Test Equipment from View ............................................................................................. 26
Figure 32: Delete Warning .......................................................................................................................... 26
Figure 33: Delete Test Equipment from Form ............................................................................................ 27
Figure 34: Delete Warning .......................................................................................................................... 27
Figure 35: Add Calibration from Test Equipment Record ........................................................................... 28
Figure 36: Calibration Status ....................................................................................................................... 28
Figure 37: Test Equipment Information ...................................................................................................... 29
Figure 38: Test Equipment Location and Assignment ................................................................................ 30
Figure 39: Calibration Intervals ................................................................................................................... 30
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Figure 40: External Calibration Test ............................................................................................................ 30
Figure 41: Internal Calibration Test ............................................................................................................ 31
Figure 42: Internal Calibration Test and Table............................................................................................ 31
Figure 43: Internal Calibration Test with Template Applied ....................................................................... 32
Figure 44: Adjustments and Repairs ........................................................................................................... 33
Figure 45: Test Equipment Pass or Fail ....................................................................................................... 33
Figure 46: Calibration Review and Approval............................................................................................... 34
Figure 47: Edit Calibration Record .............................................................................................................. 35
Figure 48: Delete Calibration Record from View ........................................................................................ 36
Figure 49: Delete Warning .......................................................................................................................... 36
Figure 50: Delete Calibration Record from Form........................................................................................ 37
Figure 51: Delete Warning .......................................................................................................................... 37
Figure 52: Creating Certificates of Calibration ............................................................................................ 38
Figure 53: Reports and Data Export ............................................................................................................ 39
Figure 54: Reports ....................................................................................................................................... 39
Figure 55: Send Suggestions ....................................................................................................................... 39
Figure 56: Export Data ................................................................................................................................ 39
Figure 57: Customer Support Link .............................................................................................................. 41
Figure 58: Customer Support Ticket ........................................................................................................... 41
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Section IV: GageList Team
Project Manager
Douglas Wheeler
Development Manager
Chinh Tran
Principle Developer
Tri Pham
Technical Writer
Kara French
Logo Design
Andreea Slobodeanu
Advisors
Stanley Wheeler
Brian Mackley
Stephen Amodio
Dwayne Bosse
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Section V: Typical Conventions
Formatting Convention
Type of Information
Example
Bold
Selected objects, menu
options and buttons
Used to: emphasize the
importance of a point,
introduce a term or
designate a placeholder to be
replaced with a real name or
value.
The names of hyperlinks and
network directories.
Go to Open Actions view.
Italics
Blue Underline
Bold Italics
Underline
Yellow Highlight
Input fields are labeled in
bold italics.
Names of objects such as
pages, views, forms, sections
and reports.
A notes, sidebars and
important information.
The system supports the
so called wildcard
character search
The license file is located
in the
http://docs/common/
licenses directory.
Enter the serial number in the
Unique ID field.
Use Setup to configure the
software selections.
NOTE
Only Administrators may use
this feature.
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Section 1: Workflow
This flowchart provides the general workflow and main features of GageList.
Figure 1: GageList Workflow
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Section 2: Sign In to GageList
Start from http://gagelist.com and select Access GageList.
Figure 2: Access GageList Button
A new page will open.
Figure 3: Account Login
Enter the email address used to register this account in the Email Address field and enter the
password associated with this account in the Password field. Then select the Login button.
The user will now be taken to the Control Panel.
To begin, look for the GageList icon. If you do not see the GageList icon it means that GageList has
not been added to the account. It can be added by an Administrator using Subscription
Management.
Figure 4: GageList Control Panel
Select the GageList icon to enter GageList.
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Section 3: Navigation
The menu is located on the left
left-hand side of most GageList pages. Use this menu to open views and
pages in the content area.
Figure 5: GageList Navigation
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Section 4: Setup GageList
GageList may be customized to fit each users’ specific needs. The following settings may be
configured. Changing a setting does not change your existing GageList Test Equipment and
Calibration Records. However, it does change the options available to the users from within the
forms.
Figure 6: GageList Setup
Open the Application Settings page using the Applications Settings button under the Settings
section.
NOTE
Only users with Administrator access will be able to modify Application Settings.
General Setting Fields
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Type (Equipment Type)
Interval
Calibration Environment
Type of Measurement
Default Unit of Measure
Condition Acquired/Received
Location
Calibration Instructions
Equipment Status
Equipment Assignees
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Notification Settings
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Notification Day(s)
Report to Send
Include Overdue
Distributions
Email Subject
Changing General Settings
Type (Equipment Type)
Figure 7: Type Selection Setup
Type is used to set the available Types of Equipment that may be selected in the Test
Equipment form.
The default list includes many types of testing and measurement equipment, but most will
not require a list this long. Companies with a fairly static list of types of testing and
measurement equipment can select only those items they need.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
Interval
Figure 8: Interval Selection Setup
Interval is used to set the form selection options to identify when test equipment must be
calibrated.
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Most companies use these defaults.
Some values, such as “Scheduled” must always be available to ensure some features, such as
email notifications, work correctly. If a user tries to delete one of these, GageList will notify
them. Just add the quoted term back into the selection or select Cancel to leave the page
without saving changes.
Figure 9: Interval Selection Warning
Calibration Environment
Figure 10: Calibration Environment Selection Setup
Calibration Environment sets the selections for types of calibration environments used.
These values vary from company to company. Entries may wrap to the next line. Use a
carriage return (i.e., enter key) to separate one entry from the next.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
Type of Measurement
Figure 11: Types of Measurement Selection Setup
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Types of Measurements is used to set the selections for the measurement types used. The
default list is extensive and includes what most companies need. Most companies remove
values they do not require.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
Default Unit of Measure
Figure 12: Default Unit of Measure Selection Setup
Default Unit of Measure is used to set the selection for the available measurement units.
Remember to enter both Metric and Customary units if your test equipment uses both.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
Condition Acquired/Received
Figure 13: Condition Acquired/Received Selection Setup
Condition Acquired/Received is used to set the selections for these form values in both the
Test Equipment and Calibration Record forms.
Most companies use the default values, but may add additional values such as “Damaged”
for more resolution.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
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Location
Figure 14: Location Selection Setup
Location is used to set the selections for where test equipment may be used or stored.
This may be a person, department, room, cabinet, shift or any reference to clearly identify
where test equipment may be kept. Many companies use department and shift, such as
“Quality Lab – 1st Shift”.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
Calibration Instructions
Figure 15: Calibration Instruction Selection Setup
Calibration Instructions provides a list of the available work instructions, procedures, and
industry codes, that may be selected as the work instruction for the calibration of this test
equipment. Some companies include the clause “In accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions” as an option.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
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Equipment Status
Figure 16: Equipment Status Selection Setup
Equipment Status is used to change the options for identifying Test Equipment as in use or
out of use.
It is recommended for most companies to keep these values. Some of these values may not
be changed.
Use Restore Default Values to restore this field back to the GageList defaults.
Equipment Assignees
Figure 17: Equipment Assignees Selection Setup
Equipment Assignees is used to create a list of individuals by name, job title or other
designation that test equipment may be assigned to using selection menus in the Test
Equipment form.
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Changing Notification Settings
Figure 18: Notification Settings
Notification Settings are used to configure the automated email notification system.
Use Notification Day(s) to select the days of the week notifications are to be sent.
Use Report to Send to select which schedule report to send in the email.
Use Include Overdue to select whether or not test equipment overdue for calibration should be
included in the report. (Almost always “yes).
Use Distributions to create a distribution list for individuals who will receive the reports.
Use Email Subject to change the subject line for the email messages.
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Section 5: Adding Test Equipment Records
Adding Test Equipment
Figure 19: Add Equipment
To add a Test Equipment record, open the GageList ID view and select Add Equipment. This will
open blank Test Equipment form.
NOTE
Users with Reader Access are not permitted to add Test Equipment records. User access may
be changed by the primary user of this account in the Control Panel.
Test Equipment Status
Figure 20: Test Equipment Status
The Status field is used to indicate the current status of the Test Equipment. This field may be
changed in this form or may be changed when a calibration record is created for this equipment.
These values may be modified in Application Setup.
Last Calibration indicates when the last calibration was completed for this Test Equipment. This
field is updated when a Calibration Record is created.
Next Calibration Due indicates when the next calibration is due for this Test Equipment.
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Test Equipment Information
Figure 21: Test Equipment Information
The GageList ID is a unique system-generated identification number for this Test Equipment.
The Serial Number field is used to identify the serial number or other unique identification used
by the company to identify this Test Equipment. This serial number must be unique.
Use Type to identify the type of test equipment. These selection values may be modified in
Application Setup.
Use Manufacturer to identify the company that made this Test Equipment. GageList includes
many manufactures. If the manufacturer is not listed, please notify customer support so that we
may add it.
When a manufacturer is selected, the manufacture’s website will be listed in the Manufacturer
Website automatically (if this data is available)
Enter the Test Equipment model in the Model field.
Use Measurement Types to indicate what types of measurements the Test Equipment is capable
of performing. For example, a caliper would have a measurement type of “length”. These
selection values may be changed in Application Setup.
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Use Unit of Measure to indicate what units the Test Equipment is capable of measuring in. For
example, a caliper may have units of “inch” and “mm”. These selection values may be changed
in Application Setup.
Use Range or Size to indicate the measurement range of the Test Equipment. For example a
typical 6 inch digital caliper may have a range of “0 – 6 inches”.
Use Accuracy to indicate the allowable accuracy for the Test Equipment. For example, a caliper
may have an allowable accuracy of “+/- 0.001 inches”.
Use Date Acquired to indicate the date the Test Equipment was purchased or initially made
available.
Use Source/Vendor to indicate where the Test Equipment was initially obtained from such as a
vendor or transfer from another division.
Use Condition Acquired to indicate the initial condition of the equipment when received from
the Source/Vendor. These selection values may be changed in Application Setup.
Test Equipment Assignment
Figure 22: Test Equipment Assignment
Use Location to identify the current assigned location of the equipment. This is usually the place
or department the equipment is normally stored. These selection values may be changed in
Application Setup.
Use Assigned To to identify the individual or job title of the person responsible for the care of
the equipment. These selection values may be changed in Application Setup.
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Calibration Information
Figure 23: Calibration Information
Use Interval to identify when the Test Equipment requires calibration. If, “Scheduled” is
selected, then indicate the interval period by selecting the choices of Years, Months and Days.
For example, if a caliper has a 6 month calibration interval, then first select “Scheduled” as the
Interval and then select “6” as the Months. These selection values may be changed in
Application Setup.
Figure 24: Scheduled Interval
NOTE
Only Scheduled equipment will be automatically included in the planning and scheduling
features of GageList.
Use Environment to indicate the environmental conditions under which the Test Equipment
must be calibrated under. These selection values may be changed in Application Setup.
Use Instructions to indicate the work instructions, specifications or other documents that the
equipment is to be calibrated to. These selection values may be changed in Application Setup.
Use Other Information to include any additional information that may be useful.
Calibration Test Template
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Figure 25: Calibration Test Template
This information is optional and typically only used by companies who perform internal
calibration or have special requirements for calibration or calibration data. If this is the case,
select “No”.
If calibration data is required and the same calibration tests are performed on this Test
Equipment during calibration, it may be useful to create a Calibration Test Template. This
template will be available each time the equipment is calibrated.
Figure 26: Calibration Test Template Table
To create a template, first select “Yes” to reveal the Calibration Test Template. Then select Add
Row to add the first row. Populate the row and add additional rows as needed.
Test Number is the sequential order of the test.
Attribute is the test performed.
Nominal | Minimum | Maximum identifies the expected value and the acceptable range
when measuring for the Attribute.
Reference Standard ID can be used to indicate a common reference standard, such as a set
of Gauge Blocks that is typically used to measure this Attribute.
NOTE
These values may be changed during calibration.
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Here is an example of a Test Calibration Template for a 10,000 psi pressure gauge.
Figure 27: Calibration Test Template Table Populated
Calibration History
Figure 28: Calibration History
Calibration History provides an ongoing list of all calibration records in GageList for this Test
Equipment.
Use the “+” to expand the section and “-“ to collapse the section.
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Record History
Figure 29: Record History
Each time this form is saved this Record History is updated. This information is useful to audit
when and who last changed a record.
Use the “+”” to expand the section and ““-“ to collapse the section.
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Section 6: Editing Test Equipment Records
Figure 30: Edit Test Equipment Record
Select Edit from within the Test Equipment record to put the document in edit mode.
NOTE
Users with Reader Access are not permitted to edit records. User access may be changed by the
primary user of this account in the Control Panel.
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Section 7: Deleting Test Equipment Records
About Deleting Test Records
There are two places where test equipment may be deleted from the system. These are: an
equipment view or from within the Test Equipment form.
NOTE
Users with Reader Access are not permitted to delete records. User access may be changed by
the primary user of this account in the Control Panel.
Deleting from a view
From the view, first select one or more records to be deleted. Then select Delete.
Delete
Figure 31: Delete Test Equipment from View
A warning will appear notifying the user that the action will delete both the selected Test
Equipment records and all associated Calibration Records. Select OK to delete the Test
Equipment record and all related Calibration Records. Select Cancel to stop the
he operation
without deleting any records.
Figure 32: Delete Warning
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Deleting from a Test Equipment Records
It is also possible to delete Test EEquipment records from within the form. Select Delete when
viewing a Test Equipment record.
Figure 33: Delete Test Equipment from Form
A warning will appear notifying the user that the action will delete both the selected Test
Equipment records and all associated Calibration Records. Select OK to delete the Test
Equipment record and all related Calibration Records. Select Cancel to stop the operation
without deleting any records.
Figure 34: Delete Warning
Instead of deleting Test Equipment consider setting the status to “Inactive”.. This will flag the test
equipment as out of use but retain the records.
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Section 8: Calibrating Test Equipment
The Test Equipment to be calibrated should already be entered into the system.
NOTE
Thiss feature is only available to U
Users with sufficient access rights. User access may be changed by
the primary user of this account in the Control Panel.
Figure 35
35: Add Calibration from Test Equipment Record
To add a Calibration Record,, open the Test Equipment record and select Add Calibration.
Calibration This will
open a new Calibration Record..
Calibration Status
This section provides information about the record and calibration history. This information is
populated at the time the record is created and may not be edited.
Figure 36: Calibration Status
The Record No is a system generated unique identification number for this record. This number
is in the formal of A-B,
B, where A is the GageList ID number for the Test Equipment calibrated and
B is a sequential
uential number of the calibration record for the same equipment.
Status identifies the status the Test Equipment was in when received for calibration.
Date of Last Calibration is the date the last calibration was performed on this Test Equipment.
Calibration Due Date is the date the calibration is due for calibration prior to this calibration
activity.
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Test Equipment Information
The Test Equipment Information section provides information about the Test Equipment
calibrated with this record. This information is populated at the time the record is created and
may not be edited.
Figure 37: Test Equipment Information
The GageList ID is a unique system-generated identification number for this Test Equipment.
The Serial Number field is used to identify the serial number or other unique identification used
by the company to identify this Test Equipment.
Type identifies the type of test equipment.
Manufacturer and Manufacture’s Website identify the company that made this Test
Equipment.
Model identifies the model of the Test Equipment.
Measurement Types indicates what types of measurements the Test Equipment is capable of
performing.
Unit of Measure indicates what units the Test Equipment is capable of measuring in.
Range or Size indicates the measurement range of the Test Equipment.
Accuracy indicates the allowable accuracy for the Test Equipment.
Date Acquired indicates the date the Test Equipment was purchased or initially made available.
Source/Vendor indicates where the Test Equipment was initially obtained from such as a vendor
or transfer from another division.
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Condition Acquired indicates the initial condition of the equipment when received from the
Source/Vendor.
Test Equipment Assignment at Time Calibration Record was Created
Figure 38: Test Equipment Location and Assignment
Location indicates the assigned location at the time the record was created.
Assigned To indicates the person who is assigned the Test Equipment at the time the record was
created.
Calibration Information
Figure 39: Calibration Intervals
Select Condition Received to indicate how the Test Equipment was received for calibration.
NOTE
These selection options may be changed in Application Setup.
Use the Uncertainty field to enter uncertainty or margin of error values, if required.
Instructions identify the required instructions for calibration of the Test Equipment.
Calibration Test - External
Figure 40: External Calibration Test
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If the Certificate of Calibration was generated externally from GageList (e.g., from a Calibration
Laboratory) then set Calibration Test to “External”.
Record Location may be used to identify where the certificate of calibration is maintained.
NOTE
Presently GageList does not allow attachments. If you are interested in an attachment feature,
please tell GageList Support.
Calibration Test - Internal
Figure 41: Internal Calibration Test
If the calibration certificate is to be generated from within GageList, then set Calibration Test to
“Internal”.
NOTE
Also, “Internal” may be used when the data from an externally generated calibration certificate
is to be entered into GageList.
Calibration Test
Figure 42: Internal Calibration Test and Table
When Calibration Test is set to “Internal”, a table for recording calibration results is revealed.
The Test Number, Attribute, Nominal | Minimum | Maximum and Reference Standard ID may
be populated either manually or by applying the template from the Test Equipment record, if
one is available. See below for more information on using templates.
To manually enter calibration results, select Add Row to add a row for each attribute tested.
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Test Number indicates is populated when a row is created. It may also be edited manually if
needed.
Use Attribute to enter the characteristic being tested. For example, for a caliper, the attribute
may be “1 inch” to indicate that the caliper should be checked against a 1 inch reference
standard.
Use Nominal | Minimum | Maximum to indicate the Nominal (or expected) test value along
with the Minimum and Maximum allowable test values.
NOTE
The following formulas are typically used to determine Minimum and Maximum values.
Minimum = Nominal – Lower Tolerance
Maximum = Nominal + Upper Tolerance
Calibration results should be entered into the As Found and As Left fields. Use As Found to
indicate the result before any adjustments or repairs. Use As Left to indicate the results after
any adjustments or repairs. If not adjustments or repairs were required, then select N/A.
Next select either “Pass” or “Fail” in the Pass/Fail field to indicate whether or not the
equipment meets requirements for this Attribute.
Calibration Test – Apply Template
Figure 43: Internal Calibration Test with Template Applied
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Template Available indicates whether or not a template is available in the Test Equipment. To
use this feature, Template Available must be “Yes”.
To apply a template, select Apply Template. This will populate the table using the template
information from the Test Equipment record.
This information may be modified as needed. Changing information in this table will not change
the template information in the Test Equipment record.
Calibration results should be entered into the As Found and As Left fields. Use As Found to
indicate the result before any adjustments or repairs. Use As Left to indicate the results after
any adjustments or repairs. If not adjustments or repairs were required, then select N/A.
Next select either “Pass” or “Fail” in the Pass/Fail field to indicate whether or not the
equipment meets requirements for this Attribute.
Calibration Adjustments and Repairs
Figure 44: Adjustments and Repairs
Use Adjustments Required to indicate whether or not any adjustments were made to the Test
Equipment as part of this calibration.
Use Repairs Required to indicate whether or not any repairs were made to the Test Equipment
as part of the calibration.
Test Equipment Pass or Fail
Figure 45: Test Equipment Pass or Fail
Use Test Equipment Falls within Specification to indicate whether or not the Test Equipment
passed or failed calibration and is acceptable for use.
NOTE
This field is the Accept/Reject control point for this form. Select “Yes” only if the Test Equipment
meets all specified criteria.
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Review and Approval
Figure 46: Calibration Review and Approval
Once the Test Equipment has been calibrated, Review and Approval is used to record the final
(electronic) approval of the record.
NOTE
If an ink signature is required, use the Certificate of Calibration to print a hardcopy. This
certificate includes a signature line for this purpose.
Use Additional Comments to add any repair and adjustment notes or information about the
record or equipment.
Use Calibration Date to select the date the Test Equipment was calibrated on. This is the date
used to calculate the next calibration date for scheduled Test Equipment.
If the Test Equipment has a calibration interval of “Scheduled”, the Next Calibration Due will
display the next due date for the Test Equipment based on the Calibration Date.
Use Update Equipment Status to select the condition of the Test Equipment at the time this
record is completed. This field will be used to update the Test Equipment record.
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Section 9: Editing Calibration Records
Figure 47: Edit Calibration Record
Select Edit from within the Calibration Record to put the document in edit mode.
NOTE
Users with Reader Access are not permitted to edit records. User access may be changed by the
primary user of this account in the Control Panel.
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Section 10:
Deleting Calibration Records
There are two places where Calibration Records may be deleted from the system. These are from a
Calibration Record view or from within the Calibration Record form.
NOTE
Users with Reader Access are not permitted to delete records. User access may be changed by the
primary user of this account in the Control Panel.
Deleting from a view
From the view, first select one or more records to be deleted. Then select Delete.
Figure 48: Delete Calibration Record from View
A warning will appear notifying the user that the action will delete the selected calibration
records. Select OK to delete the Calibration Record. Select Cancel to stop the operation without
deleting any records.
Figure 49: Delete Warning
Deleting from a Calibration Records
1.1.1.It is also possible to delete Calibration Records from within the form. Select Delete when
viewing a Calibration Record.
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Figure 50: Delete Calibration Record from Form
A warning will appear notifying the user that the action will delete both the selected Calibration
Record. Select OK to delete the Calibration Record. Select Cancel to stop the operation without
deleting any records.
Figure 51: Delete Warning
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Section 11:
Certificates of Calibration
GageList includes a Certificate of Calibration feature to create printable and screen-viewable
screen
certificates to create hardcopy records and for audit objective evidence.
GageList calibration records
ecords are password controlled, and certificates include a signature line in
case an ink signature is required.
The company’s address is also
lso included in the certificate as required by some industry standards.
The company address may be modified in My Account.
Figure 52: Creating Certificates of Calibration
To create a Certificate of Calibration open the Calibration Record to be used to generate the
certificate.
Select Certificate of Calibration
Calibration. The certificate will open in a new window.
NOTE
If the certificate does not appear in a new window, verify that the browser’s “popup” controls allow
popups from this website.
Print the certificate.
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Section 12:
Report and Data Export
Reports and Data Export includes a list of available reports and data export features.
Figure 53: Reports and Data Export
Select the View List under Reports & Data to view Reports and Data Export.
Figure 54: Reports
All available reports are listed under the Reports category. Select the name of the report to
generate.
Figure 55: Send Suggestions
NOTE
Please let us know if you have an idea for a report. Send an email to support@gagelist.com to tell
us about it.
Figure 56: Export Data
Use Export Data to download the data from your account in MS Excel and CSV format.
Use Test Equipment to download Test Equipment record data.
Use Calibration Records to download Calibration Record data.
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Use Settings to download Application Setting data. This can be used as a backup or to create a point
of reference in Application Settings such as selection values.
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Section 13:
Getting Help
Please contact GageList with issues, questions, comments and suggestions. We also want to hear
about any calibration-related
related audit findings to help us improve our product. (All audit findings will
be kept in strict confidence. See our Privacy Policy.)
Figure 57: Customer Support Link
The best way to contact us is use the Customer Support link on the bottom of almost every GageList
page.
Figure 58: Customer Support Ticket
The Customer Support link opens a Support Ticket.. Please complete and send the form with detailed
information.
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