Human Centered Design for the Operating Plant-Part 2 » Zero Trim Guided Procedure: Trim Failed

If a step is not done correctly the error could prevent a good outcome.  Here the user didn’t properly zero the transmitter so the pressure is too high for a zero trim.  The error condition is automatically detected, the step is aborted, and the user informed.

If a step is not done correctly the error could prevent a good outcome. Here the user didn’t properly zero the transmitter so the pressure is too high for a zero trim. The error condition is automatically detected, the step is aborted, and the user informed.


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