OOMA User Guide

Due report the component removal due report displays

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Unformatted text preview: t Screen or Printer in the Send Report To box. 6 Click Submit to generate the report. 7 Click Reset to enter new criteria for a similar report. 8 Click Cancel to exit the process. Component Removal Due Report The Component Removal Due Report displays all life limited components installed on all or specific aircraft Modex. The report provides information on the component such as CAGE, part number, serial number, nomenclature, interval code, and replacement due count/date. Common utilities and functions (Sort, Filter, Print, E-mail, Save as File) are available. For procedures, see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129). 1 To view the pages, click the arrows or move the scroll bar on the right side of the report. 2 Click Close to return to the CM Report Generator window. For procedures on generating this report, see Component Removal Due (on page 325). Daily Aircraft Time The Daily Aircraft Time selection on the CM Report Generator enables you to generate a report on all aspects of the aircraft status affected by the daily hourly usage of the aircraft. 1 Open the CM Report Generator window (see "How to Access the CM Report Generator" on page 318). 2 On the CM Report Generator window, select Tasking on the upper left block. 326 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 3 Select Daily Aircraft Time from the lower list. 4 Enter the date if other than the current date. 5 Select Screen or Printer in the Send Report To box. 6 Click Submit to generate the report. 7 Click Reset to enter new criteria for a similar report. 8 Click Cancel to exit the process. Daily Aircraft Time Report The Daily Aircraft Time report displays all pertinent times relative to the aircraft and engine usage and computation of inspections. Common utilities and functions (Sort, Filter, Print, E-mail, Save as File) are available. For procedures, see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129). 1 To view the pages, click the arrows or move the scroll bar on the right side of the report. 2 Click Close to return to the CM Report Generator window. For procedures on generating this report, see Daily Aircraft Time (on page 325). Engine Configuration This report generator provides current configuration of an engine, range of engines by serial numbers or all engines of a specific operational site. This report consists of component's nomenclature, Part Number, Serno, Subclass Code, WUC/UNS, Position, Installed Date, Interval Code, and Actual Expenditure Remaining until the life limit is reached. 1 Open the CM Report Generator window (see "How to Access the CM Report Generator" on page 318). 2 On the CM Report Generator window, select Inventory on the upper left block. 3 Select Engine Configuration from the lower list. 4 Enter or select the engine serial number from the list. 5 Select Screen or Printer in the Send Report To box. 6 Click Submit to generate the report. 7 Click Reset to enter new criteria for a similar report. 8...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.

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