Values from sensors have metadata (range, units, tag, calibration etc.) applied
Values communicated from other systems have metadata applied
Values captured from operator (with metadata stored to audit trail)
Comparison of actual and desired values to produce alarms and events
Temporary local storage to UHH files on recording device
UHH files can be stored within the recording device
UHH files can also be transferred to a storage location
Review, reporting and use
Recorder screens show current values, current alarms, trended values, historical alarms
Historical data values and alarms can be used for review (Data Reviewer software) or reporting (Dream Report software) and GxP activities
Retention and retrieval
UHH files enable retrieval of electronic batch data for investigation
Removal from archive location and destruction of data at end of required retention period
Data flows – within recorders and associated PC tools
The diagram below illustrates eleven data flow paths within the data lifecycle, using the Eurotherm 6000 Series Data Recorder as an example.
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