Metal detectors usually record various detection parameters and related information to ensure detection accuracy, traceability and compliance. Here are some key detection parameters that a metal detector may record:
1. Test results:
Metal detectors record the results of each inspection, including whether metal contaminants were detected and their location and size.
2. Detection time:
Record the timestamp of each detection to ensure traceability and timestamp accuracy.
3. Detection location:
Record where the detection occurs or on the production line to trace the source and location of contaminants.
4. Product information:
Record information about the product being tested, such as batch number, production date, and product type.
5. Detection parameter settings:
Record the parameter settings used to configure the metal detector, such as sensitivity, detection thresholds, and alarm settings.
6. Operator information:
Record the identity of the operator performing the inspection to track and manage operator performance and training.
7. System status:
Record the system status of the metal detector, including fault alarms, calibration information and performance indicators.
8. Alarm and alarm information:
Log the details of any alerts or alarms, including alarm type, severity, and triggering conditions.
9. Traceability data:
In order to ensure product traceability, the inspection history and related data of each product are recorded.
10. Statistical information:
Accumulate inspection data to conduct statistical analysis, identify trends and problems, and optimize production processes.
11. Compliance report:
Generate compliance reports to demonstrate product compliance with regulatory and standards requirements.
12. Pictures or images:
Some metal detectors are equipped with image recording capabilities that record images of detected metal contaminants for further analysis and reporting.