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Blue Mountain RAM R3's new and enhanced functionality also includes configurable workspaces, a measurement uncertainty calculator and hierarchial failure codes.
If a knot was judged to be the cause of failure, a failure code was assigned according to codes based on those established in ASTM 4761 (ASTM 2005).
The carriers' information, including service failure codes and electronic transportation acquisition nonuse codes, was entered into a carefully constructed table.
We overburden our craftspeople with too many account or failure codes.
LORE inference begins when a failure code (condition) from the test equipment is compared to the Action Table, from which all matching rule and/or condition numbers are retrieved.
The result is a sophisticated, easy-to-use application providing critical data, such as history and service failures, session durations, failure codes, geographical and roaming data, and device specifications, to front-line and other network personnel when customers call in with service and experience issues.
Unlike generic solutions that must be designed and heavily customized, iWarranty SE already includes part numbers, serial numbers, failure codes, root causes, and a myriad of other supplier specific information.
It also records relevant data and failure codes for future analysis Enhanced features that improve productivity, efficiency, and fuel economy: Dual Boom Kickout allows the operator to control raising and lowering of the boom by making adjustments from the cab.