Like other industries, energy manufacturers must produce quality components at an affordable cost. Reducing scrap and rework while ensuring conformance of product is key to reaching these goals. Explore the methods and tools MeasurLink uses to drive the energy industry forward.
Traceability is information about a part that is important, but not a measurement. This information can be collected and used as criteria for filtering the data. Some examples include Serial Number, Lot Number, Customer, Invoice, Order, Fixture, Machine Line, and Material type. MeasurLink utilizes this data to drive efficiency and precision in the energy sector.
Many energy components have a long life in use and retention and access to not only measurements, but traceability data that is necessary to ensure the component is up to the job. MeasurLink data is easily retained and accessible to meet this need.
Electronic data collection allows the user of the gage to send the measurement displayed on the gage directly to a computer by simply pushing a data send button. An incredible variety of Data Management is available. From USB cables and multiplexer systems to wireless systems, MeasurLink can support them all.