Product Specifications Dialog Redesign
We've simplified the specification dialog by reducing visual clutter. Oh, and guess what?
Specifications can now have multiple accuracy measurements!
Toggling between Specification Modes
Choose between one of two different specification modes. Point or Range
In this mode, the specification applies to a single nominal value.
In this mode, the Specification applies to a range of values.
Toggling between Accuracy Tolerance Modes
Choose between one of three different tolerance modes. Symmetric, Asymmetric, or Range.
Symmetrical Offset from Nominal
In this mode, accuracy is represented by a single value subtracted/added to the nominal to yield an accuracy range.
Asymmetrical Offset from Nominal
In this mode, accuracy is represented by two values. The left value gets subtracted from the Nominal. The right value gets added to the Nominal.
In this mode, accuracy is represented by a two-value (min and max) range.
Toggling between Tolerance Units
Choose between one of three different tolerance units. UOM, Percent %, or Ppm.
Unit of Measurement (UOM)
Parts per Million (Ppm)
Introducing Custom Formulas
Nominal/range, accuracy, and precision now allow custom formulas. You can now define universal specifications based on asset attributes or measurement parameters.
Example 1: Accuracy can be a function of the nominal value being measured
Example 2: Measurement points can be a function of the asset range.
Write formulas using any of the following fields and functions.
- Current Measurement Point
- UUT Attributes
- Tool Attributes
New Asset Specification Tab
If a specification is assigned to an asset, it can now be viewed in the asset information popup.
Previously, asset specifications were only accessible via the Service Tab within the asset editor. Now, selected asset specifications are displayed in the "Specification" tab within the Asset Info popup.
Note: The "Specification" tab is read-only.
Automatically apply Generic/Asset Specifications to Work Orders
Specifications will automatically be applied to orders if the asset under test has a specification linked directly to it. If there are no specifications on the asset level but a generic specification associated with the service level, it will be applied immediately when the service level is selected. Generic specifications are limited to the product types associated with the capability. When no product types are selected in the capability, the specification selection list will be hidden, and a message will display instead - "No product type selected."
You can add generic specifications directly to the service level.
NOTE: A company-wide option must be enabled to take advantage of some of these changes. Please contact the Qualer Support team if you wish to have the Specification.AdvancedEdit setting.