## Feature #1285

Updated by tin over 6 years ago

**Computation of the drift rate of calibration constant 72 (will take 1 week to complete): C = [(A – B) * 1000000] / [A * D] ppm per day A = the value of the calibration constant 72 (following an ACAL on day 1 of the test) B = the value of calibration constant 72 (following an ACAL on the last day of the test) C = the drift rate of calibration constant 72 in ppm per day D = the number of test days where the instrument was powered on during the test interval (See Note # 1) If the absolute value of C is > 0.43 ppm per day, then the A3 assembly in your instrument needs to be replaced. *Complete an ACAL just prior to obtaining the present value of Calibration Constant 72* |Date |CAL 72 after ACAL|ppm Deviation|TEMP?| |11/16| 981.648769E-3 |Initial| +41.3°C | |11/16 +3h| 981.652110E-3 |+0.334| +35.5°C | |11/17|981.652541E-3 |+0.043|+37.0°C |11/17| | | |11/18| | | |11/19| | | |11/20| | | |11/21| | | |11/22| | | |11/23| | | |11/24| | | |11/25| | | |11/26| | |