The account Probe Re-certification settings define the time interval probe calibration testing is to be performed. OneVue intelligently tracks OneVue Probes with CertiTrak calibration lifespan by calculating the days remaining to perform calibration testing based on the Probe Re-certification settings. The Days Remaining is displayed in the Probe Replacement report type.
It's recommended these settings meet your organization’s sensor calibration testing policies.
Probe Re-certification: the time interval that calibration testing is to be performed.
Re-certify on: the start date of the probe calibration lifespan. The First Use Date is the date the probe was first inserted into a sensor device. The Last Testing Date is the date of calibration documented in its Calibration Data Report. Both of these dates are stored in your OneVue account and displayed in the sensor's probe life profile section.
The account settings set the Default value for all probes. If the settings vary for a specific probe, the settings can be set from the sensor profile.
Go to Admin > Edit "your account name".
Probe Re-Certification settings.
Probe Re-certification: Default value is Every 2 Years; options include Every Year, Every 2 Years, Every 5 Years, and Every 10 years.
Re-certify on: Default value is First Use Date; options include First Use Date and Last Testing Date.
Select Save to apply a setting change.