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ACES - Frequently asked questions

Listed below are Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Ariel Computerized Exercise Systems (CES).

Q. How often should the Ariel CES be calibrated?
A. Assuming there are no hardware or software changes to the CES system, the calibration should remain accurate for long periods of time (up to several years). It is recommended to perform calibration checks on a regular basis. The more the system is used, the more often the calibration should be checked. Under normal circumstances, a monthly check should be more than enough.

Q. The calibration file has become corrupted. How can I fix this?
A. All Ariel CES machines are calibrated prior to delivery. Copies of the calibration files can be found on the last drive partition and also on the ARIEL CES CD-ROM.

Q. The Force/Torque values are accurate for the ´┐ŻDown´┐Ż direction, but seem to be inaccurate for the ´┐ŻUp´┐Ż direction.
A. Calibrate the CES and make certain that the ´┐ŻCalculate Up From Down´┐Ż option is selected.

See also

ACES FAQACES - Frequently asked questions
Exercise ProgramACES - Setting up an exercise program
Exercise ResultsACES - Exercise results
InstallationACES - Installation and calibration
IntroductionACES - Introduction
Sample SessionACES - A sample exercise session
SoftwareACES - How to run the software
TechnicalACES - Technical description: limits and resolution of measurement

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