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Thank you. Got them all.  I already have Self-Heating pretty mastered and have a built in calculator added to some of my budget spreadsheets, and getting a lot of the math nailed down in developing uncertainty contributions for Stem/Immersion Error. 
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We do them with SureCal and have not had problems with rewriting the new coefficients.  Could be something corrupt in your installation that just needs a reinstall.
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I am 98.5% sure the US Army already has the purchase and deployment in process.
You can PM me, I know some contacts on that front also..
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You will have to get a copy of PS-Cal from Tegam.  Or if you are an Air Force lab PM me and I will give you the contact at AFMETCAL who can get you a licensed copy of PS-Cal.

Hopefully, that will work.  If the SureCal software bricked the sensor there is no option but to send it to Keysight.  PS-Cal, before it writes the data, saves a full copy of the EPROM so it can be reinstalled.
We're an Army lab with limited options. I'm going to try some things and see whatís going on. Iíll see if we can get a copy of PS-Cal from our headquarters.
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K5/6 - Physical Dimensional / Brunson 270BN Short Range Calibrator
« Last post by ZZ on 08-21-2019 -- 06:09:22 »
Setting up a short range calibrator. I used one back in my PMEL days but never actually set one up. Was it a T2000 Total Station (or similar) used to verify/align the 3 collimators (optical plummet, line of sight, and infinity) on the center post? Just need some pointers and advice. Any good references recommended? Thanks
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News / Fluke 8588A now supported in Metrology.NET
« Last post by CalLabSolutions on 08-20-2019 -- 15:50:22 »
Hey all, I just wanted to do a reach out to all who will be going to NCSLI this year in Cleveland.  We will have the Fluke 8588A at booth 515 demonstrating its full support in Metrology.NET.   I hope to see you there...

And at Metrology On Tap Tuesday Night.

Mike
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You will have to get a copy of PS-Cal from Tegam.  Or if you are an Air Force lab PM me and I will give you the contact at AFMETCAL who can get you a licensed copy of PS-Cal.

Hopefully, that will work.  If the SureCal software bricked the sensor there is no option but to send it to Keysight.  PS-Cal, before it writes the data, saves a full copy of the EPROM so it can be reinstalled.
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K5/6 - Physical Dimensional / Re: White Papers on SPRT Stem Correction Error
« Last post by Mr M. on 08-19-2019 -- 17:42:49 »
From basic to most useful.
http://download.flukecal.com/pub/literature/4137185A_w.pdf
https://www.isotech.co.uk/assets/uploads/Technical%20Articles/Temperature%20Calibration-Depths%20of%20Immersion.pdf
https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/GOVPUB-C13-4f56caf02b22c4ad8773a6b51df0c78a/pdf/GOVPUB-C13-4f56caf02b22c4ad8773a6b51df0c78a.pdf
I really like the discussion in the last pub on page 22 for Table 9, the vertical temperature differences over the length of the re-entrant well of the fixed-point cells. You can try this with a TPW cell but since the ambient to TPW difference is relatively small it may be difficult to see.
Hope some of this helps, good luck.
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K5/6 - Physical Dimensional / White Papers on SPRT Stem Correction Error
« Last post by Hawaii596 on 08-19-2019 -- 13:19:16 »
Anyone know of good white papers on SPRT stem correction error?  I need good details on tests/evaluation  and including them in uncertainty budgets.
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Good morning everyone. I'm trying to reprogram Keysight E4412 Power Sensors and am having trouble. We use SureCal here and have had some issues with the way it seems to be programming the EEPROM. What software does everyone here use? I just downloaded the latest AF NextGen software as well to try it out but I don't believe NextGen programs them (unless I'm wrong). Thanks!
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