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Morehouse puts QR codes on calibration stickers so you can pull your data from your smartphone and our customers love it!  



Why we decided to go with QR codes

 

About two years ago we decided our calibration certificates and lab software needed updating. We looked at calibration software on the market and LIMS systems and decided nothing met the needs of our customers. So, we embarked on developing our calibration software. The scope of the project was one that kept expanding and is currently still developing to give our customers better calibration certificates and better accessibility to their data. We created QR codes, so you do not have to worry about not having access to your calibration reports, regardless of where you are. Right now, all calibration stickers contain a QR code.  QR codes allow for:

 

•    Easy access to data anywhere. The QR code is scanned with a cell phone or handheld scanner, and the .pdf copy of the certificate of calibration is displayed on the phone.

 

•    If you want to access data without a QR code, each sticker contains a download link to access the calibration data via a web browser.

 

Notes: The calibration label will only print calibration due dates when specified by our customers. The example below does list a calibration due date.  Scan the example below with your cell phone and your calibration data will be displayed in the phone's browser. We are using ANSI Z540.3 Method 6 to access probability of false accept (PFA) for all instruments calibrated with tolerances. We have spent two years developing this software to meet the needs of our customers, improve our processes, and improve the turnaround time it takes to calibrate your instruments.  Please feel free to test our sample cert out.  We would love to hear from you regarding our new QR codes, PFA in accordance with ANSI Z540.3 Method 6, and all general inquiries.






written by Henry Zumbrun

www.mhforce.com

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Posted at, May 31, 2017 12:00:00