A OneVue Probe with CertiTrak is supplied with a unique Certificate of Traceability and Calibration Testing. The certificate provides data required for compliance with the guidelines issued by the CDC and other authorities having jurisdiction.
OneVue intelligently tracks the calibration lifespan of OneVue Probes with CertiTrak 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. If the certification interval varies for a single probe, the setting can also be set at the individual sensor profile.
OneVue logs and stores a record of the last calibration testing date, date a probe was put into service (first use date), and days until the next calibration testing is due (or probe replacement).
Probe Replacement Report provides the Days Remaining to Calibration.
Go to Monitoring > Monitored Assets.
From the list, select the Name link of the Monitored Asset the temperature sensor/probe is monitoring.
Select the Sensor Type link of the temperature sensor. The sensor profile is displayed.
The Probe Life section details the probe calibration details.
Probe Serial No.: The probe's unique serial number. Select the link to view the probe's Temperature NIST Certification - Calibration Data Report.
Last Testing Date: Date of calibration documented in its Calibration Data Report.
First Use Date: Date the probe was first inserted into a sensor device.
Probe Re-Certification: Time interval that calibration testing is to be performed.
Information for CDC and other AJH Audits: Selecting the link opens the Primex Probe Certification Statement. The statement provides a summary of calibration regulatory compliance requirements and Primex's suggested timeline and supporting information.
If a setting change was made, select Save.