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I have an intersting question , I aim not sure it is possible.
During inspection the operator see on the display 3 alarms. Every alarms has is own code and text.
Is there a possibility when I register during result recording 3 in the result field in QE51N that I have following on the number , 3 additional input fields where I can choose from a catalog the alarm codes.
Hmm.. I'm not sure I follow this yet. What are you calling alarms in results recording? Where do you see them?
Are you talking about alarms in another system? And you want to record up to three of these alarms against certain characteristics in results recording?
Need more info.
Yeaa, how , can I explain this.
The technician reed on the display of the machine that there are 3 alarms occured. For every alarm is there a code.
So what do the technician , he record 3 in the result recording screen QE51N. Following on this result 3 additional lines need to be presented to record the error codes (by a catalog)
In an other case 2 alarms are displayed and in this case 2 additional alarm codes must be recorded.
Another option if to set the scope to "No scope" for the qualitative characterisitic and use individual recording.
Then you record the number of alarms as the number of units inspected, 1, 2, 3, 4 etc.....
Then for each "unit" you select from the catalog the alarm.
If no alarms, you enter 1 for units inspected and a result from the catalog of "No Alarms"
Other wise you enter, 1,2,3 etc.. and enter one alarm from the catalog as the result.
I tray it out bust something is not clear for me. I go for the second option you suggest . I define no scope so i can make more than one result recording for tha characteristic but how do I register the numbers of alarms--> is not clear to me , the system ask for a catalog value.
Each time you record an "alarm" via the individual results, I believe the "inspected" should increment by one. So you don't actually have to enter the number of alarms.
I can't remember without setting it up and testing it if you can enter the number of "inspected" first and if it will then give you that many records to recrod resutls for or not.
If you want the number of alarms to show as a characteristic, you can create a calculated characteristic where it use the number inspected in the previous characteristic to derive the number of alarms. I think the formula would be something like C10010 where 0010 is the characteristic number where you recorded the alarms.
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