After replacing the old calibration cylinder with new one,we need to enter the new calibration gas composition into the GC
as the old calibration gas composition still at GC. (RF deviation alarm pop up continuously)
what are the needed steps to add the new values? and how to know the new analysis values are correct?
In reply to hashem ali:
You are mostly correct. However, in step 2 there is not normally a need to do a forced calibration, as the new response factors should be within 10% of the old response factors unless there was something wrong with the old calibration gas, something wrong with the new calibration gas, or something wrong with the measurement.
If you do need to do a forced calibration, you should only need to do this once and it will pass Normal Calibrations from then on.
As you are running 700XA and MON2020, I highly recommend that you download the latest version of the MON2020 software (). Under the Tools menu you will find "Save Diagnostic Data". Run this and it will save a file that has your configuration, chromatograms, calibration reports, and other information that will help us diagnose any issues. After the file is created, it will ask you if you want to email it. Select Yes, and then email it to myself (firstname.lastname@example.org) and the customer service center (email@example.com) and we will have someone check it and provide advice if necessary.
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