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WinSPC Control Tests Templates, Control Tests, and Triggers
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Topics relating to setup and usage of control tests templates, control tests, and triggers
- Getting Started with WinSPC 8.0: Control Test Template Linking
In this video of the "Getting Started with WinSPC 8.0" series, we will explore how to use control test templates links.
- What is inheritance?
Inheritance is an administration object behavior (introduced in WinSPC 8.0) where the object not only affects other items at that object's level, but also affects other objects that are in the lower levels beneath that object. Two of the new administrative objects in WinSPC 8.0, Control Test Te ...
- How can I create a control test to count the number of samples in a subgroup that are out of spec?
In WinSPC 8.3.4, a new subgroup level control test type has been added that allows a user to setup a custom control test that counts the number of readings in a subgroup that meet a certain criteria (such as the number of readings outside the spec limits). Using this new subgroup level control ...
- What kind of information can I put into an Email Trigger?
You can have WinSPC send an email which will send a message containing relevant and useful information as a result of an out of control condition. This will help the operator or recipient to make an informed response and possibly lessen areas of confusion. Messages can be configured using inf ...
- What is the difference between a Subgroup Level Control Test and a Sample Level Control Test?
Introduction WinSPC supports two different types of Control Tests: Subgroup Level Tests and Sample Level Tests. These two types of tests have different configuration options and are activated at different points in the data collection process. In short, a Subgroup always consists of one or m ...
- How to create and configure a custom Subgroup Level Control Test to check for out of control Range values.
While not standard SPC practice, you can check for out of control conditions for your process based on range values. This is done using a custom Subgroup Level Control Test checking against the Secondary chart. There are a number of different ways this can be done. The following is 1 potential c ...
- How do I configure WinSPC to prompt the operator for information when a subgroup is out of control?
A Control Test trigger can be setup to prompt the operator for information when a subgroup is out of control. When the trigger fires you can have it prompt the operator for Assignable Causes, Corrective Actions, Notes or any combination listed. Method 1 (Legacy Method) – Collection Plan ...
- What are Reasonable Limits and how are they used in WinSPC?
Introduction In addition to standard SPC limits such as Specifications Limits/Engineering Limits and Control Limit, WinSPC includes a set of limits that serves a different purpose. Reasonable Limits offer remedies to a variety of scenarios that are occasionally problematic -- in particular, two ...
- How can I see the changes or events that have occurred for a specific WinSPC item?
WinSPC can be configured to track and record changes to objects in WinSPC, such as when items are created, modified, or deleted. This information is stored in the WinSPC Event Log (also called the Audit Trail) and is accessible to an administrator. In order for WinSPC to record any item changes ...
- What Subgroup Level Control Tests come preconfigured with WinSPC?
Introduction WinSPC allows you to set up rules known as Control Tests against your control charts in Data Collection mode. These Control Tests are referred to as Subgroup Level Control Tests. When violated, WinSPC can be configured to react by using triggers. WinSPC comes preconfigured with ...
- Tip: Easy access to the properties of a control test template from a control test template link
Did you know you can access the properties of a control test template from anywhere you see a control test template link? If you double click on any control test template link (or right click on the link and select "Properties"), it will display the properties of the source control test template ...
- What is the difference between linking and applying a control test template?
A control test template allows a user to easily configure the desired control tests and triggers to be used during data collection for multiple variables or attributes. Once a template is created and configured, it can either be applied or linked to have its associated tests and triggers used w ...
- How do I use the Equation Builder and Table function?
The Equation Builder is WinSPC's tool for creating equations. Equations are sometimes used to calculate values, limits and targets for a variable, and even can be used in user-defined tests and triggers. Displaying the Equation Builder You can use the Equation Builder to develop an equation for ...
- How can I insert a tag value into a trigger message?
A Control Test Template trigger can be setup to bring up a message box for the operator when control conditions are met. When the trigger fires a message box will appear with the selected text and tags values that you have setup. Log in to WinSPC as the Admin user or a user that has Administ ...
- How can I customize the message box trigger?
Starting in WinSPC 8.3.4, the following visual properties can now be configured for the message box that is displayed in data collection as the result of a message box trigger: Message box background color If the message box is displayed as maximized (full screen) Font properties of the text (i ...
- What is the difference between the '.Mean' and '.Avg' statistics in the equation builder?
In the WinSPC Equation Builder, the '.Mean' statistic refers to the plotted mean value of a specific subgroup (in other words, it is the mean of the samples associated with the subgroup). The '.Avg' statistic, on the other hand, refers to the running average of all subgroups for that variable.
- What kind of information can I put into a message box trigger?
You can have WinSPC open up a message box containing relevant and useful information as a result of an out of control condition during data collection. This will help the operator to make an informed response and possibly lessen areas of confusion. Messages can be configured using information ...