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This will reset the next control thermocouple calibration date. AMS temperature uniformity mode available only on the Multitrend SX lets you use the recorder as a field test instrument to do a temperature uniformity survey, and create a data file used to generate required reports. Call Mon-Fri 7: Honeywell X-Series paperless recorders now have features that make it easier for users to comply with AMSD standards. It will also track due dates for System Accuracy Tests SAT , when the next temperature uniformity survey is due, and when the recorder is due for calibration. AMS process is used when the recorder is attached to the process in the role of a recording device. All Honeywell X-Series SX, QX and QXe paperless recorders can operate in the Process mode and can be used as process recorders to monitor process timers for calibration due dates and thermocouple usage set by the user.

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AMS process is used when the recorder is attached sttandard the process in the role of a recording device. Survey data points are recorded every two minutes into a separated data file that is used by the TUS report generator to create a temperature survey report.

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AMS process mode is available on all X-Series recordersand requires five credits in the X-Series firmware credit system. Process mode can be used to track calibration due dates and thermocouple usage conditions for the process equipment and alert the data.

It determines how well a furnace performs relative to its design — in particular, the uniformity of the temperature within the volume of the working area of the furnace compared to the programmed setpoint. This can be changed by selecting this button and changing the date using the on screen date selection. If your process is subject to NADCAP audits, X-Series recorders can collect the data and produce standarc reports to show that your temperature instrumentation is in compliance.

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Contact Ams2750 sales at for further details on AMSD-compliant recorders, or read more online about Honeywell X-series advanced paperless recorders.

Using Honeywell X-Series paperless recorders for compliance with AMS D standards

Each item provides a five-day warning, through color-coded screen icons, before indicating an out-of-tolerance condition. Report tool uses a special data file ams2750f by the recorder, plus user-entered data related to the survey, furnace instrumentation and calibration information, to generate the survey report in Adobe PDF format.

Currently, the TUS capability works only on single zone thermal processing equipment.

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The user is alerted when these timers are about to expire. Process mode lets you track thermocouple usages based on thermocouple type, the number of times they are used, and the temperatures they see, to determine if they are still within the AMSD specified allowable uses. Plus, it monitors thermocouple usage and reports their status. It will also track due dates for System Accuracy Tests SATwhen the next temperature uniformity survey is due, and when the recorder is due for calibration.

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Unlike in Process mode, TUS mode lets you set up a survey with up to six survey setpoints, and can support up to 40 inputs. AMS temperature uniformity mode available only on the Multitrend SX lets you use the recorder as a field test instrument to do a temperature uniformity survey, and am2s750d a data file used to generate required reports. Honeywell X-Series paperless recorders now have features that make it easier for users to comply with AMSD standards. This give an indication to when thermocouples need replacing, dependent on load cycles and other factors specified syandard AMSD.

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A timer provides a countdown to the next instrument calibration or control thermocouple calibration. All Honeywell X-Series SX, QX and QXe paperless recorders can operate in the Process mode and can be used as process recorders to monitor process timers for calibration due dates and thermocouple usage set by the user. Call Mon-Fri 7: Process mode adds some new status screens and timers to the recorder to help with AMSD compliance of the process, giving a countdown to SAT and TUS intervals as well as control thermocouple and instrument calibration.

This document can then be printed and signed off by the appropriate person. X-Series Temperature Uniformity Survey TUS mode allows a recorder to be set up as a testing device rather than an in-process recorder, to monitor and record the temperature uniformity of thermal processing equipment per Standarx. Two modes in the recorder address the Wtandard specification. The timer reset screen shows the next suggested date for SAT and TUS depending on Furnace class, material and instrumentation type, or provide a date one month in the future for Control TC or Instrument calibration.

This will reset the next control thermocouple calibration date. Typically, this would be used on a recorder mounted on the process furnace.