Biomet Compliance Data Download Software REPACK
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With the addition of the SmartFlux 2 and 3 Systems, LI-COR eddy covariance systems can collect biomet data from the Campbell Scientific CR6, CR1000, or CR3000 dataloggers. Compatibility between the datalogger and the analyzer has three requirements:
When the EC system polls the data table for new records, it sees and uses the field names present in the data table to label columns in the .ghg file and to create appropriate metadata for the biomet measurements. To work correctly, the field names used on the CSI logger need to follow the labeling format used by EddyPro Software. The field name needs to start with the EddyPro label from Table 2, the numeric units identifier from Table 1, the numeric data identifier from Table 1, and the position information. All other values should be separated by an underscore (_). For a sensor measuring air temperature in degrees Celsius, the EddyPro compliant field name would look like:
LI-COR provides a generic CRBasic program (Biomet.dld) that accommodates all four standard biomet sensor packages available from LI-COR and can compile on a CR6, CR1000 or CR3000 datalogger. The program uses pre-compiler directives and a user-accessible constants table (BiometConstants; accessed through the logger keypad or the datalogger support software) to allow it to be configured without the need to modify the program in the CRBasic editor. To use Biomet.dld, the logger needs to be running OS28 or newer. Download biomet.dld from:
Three data tables may be created by Biomet.dld depending on the sensor package selected. For all sensor packages, a table containing a single record of version information (VersionInfo) and a table containing one minute mean sensor data (Biomet) are created. For all packages other than biomet 100, an additional table is created that contains flags indicating the state of various program controls (ControlFlags). The number of records stored in Biomet and ControlFlags is user set from BiometConstants.
CLASSIFICATION PURPOSE AND DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS To plan, develop, coordinate, direct, implement and evaluate the activities and service delivery of behavioral health programs within an assigned region or service area; and to perform related work as required. Behavioral Health encompasses mental health and substance abuse prevention and treatment programs.Behavioral Health Program Coordinators are technical experts in the behavioral health field. Incumbents are responsible for integrating County Behavioral Health Services with other human care services within an assigned region or service area. This class is distinguished from the Behavioral Health Program Manager in that Behavioral Health Program Coordinators serve as technical administrative experts to the Behavioral Health Services executive team and have management, program development, and contract monitoring responsibilities related to both substance abuse and mental health programs. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES The examples of functions listed in this class specification are representative but not necessarily exhaustive or descriptive of any one position in the class. Management is not precluded from assigning other related functions not listed herein if such functions are a logical assignment for the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of a job, on a case-by-case basis.Essential Functions: Directs, coordinates, and maximizes the integration and cooperation of behavioral health programs with other County services and local community resources within an assigned region or service area by facilitating collaborations and partnerships between representatives of the County, contract providers, and non-profit agencies.Analyzes existing quality improvement activities throughout County Mental Health Services and in developing the Quality Management Plan and Annual Quality Improvement Work Plan.Supervises, trains, reviews, and evaluates the work of professionals and clerical support staff.Maintains the responsiveness of behavioral health systems by identifying the needs of the community, evaluating the quality of behavioral health services, addressing issues and concerns, resolving problems, and developing plans and objectives.Participates in developing and implementing long-range plans pertaining to behavioral health services, such as healthcare integration and evidence-based prevention and treatment approaches.Develops, implements, and monitors the programs to add and expand behavioral health services as funding becomes available.Serves as a leader, chairperson and/or technical advisor over task forces and projects pertaining to the development, selection, and implementation of contracts for regional behavioral health services.Prepares contract documents outlining program scope of work and leads process for requests for proposals for contact services.Convenes and conducts meetings with behavioral health service providers to ensure that high levels of service delivery are maintained.Approves proposed budgets and adjustments to existing budgets submitted by contractors.Interacts with other organizational providers, community partners and stakeholders to share information and resources and coordinate activities in order to ensure that service deliveries meet goals, standards, and expectations.Identifies, defines, and provides input on issues, needs, and problems and proposes solutions to the Behavioral Health Services executive team and members of consumer and family groups.Monitors and evaluates the performance of County and contracted behavioral health services to determine if the quality of service meets the requirements and criteria specified on contracts.May serve as a Contracting Officer's Technical Representative (COTR).Represents and protects the interests of behavioral health service recipients by developing cooperative working relationships with law enforcement agencies, probation, social services, advocacy organizations, mental health and substance abuse providers and other Agency and community partners.Serves as a point of contact for clients and their advocates who are experiencing difficulties with behavioral health services and facilitates solutions to resolve such difficulties.Participates in quality improvement efforts pertaining to behavioral health services and participates on work teams responsible for writing grants, developing behavioral health programs, and identifying resources in order to increase mental health services in the system of care.Reviews policies and procedures for behavioral health services and provides information to staff.May perform special projects assigned by executive management, such as drafting new and revised policies and procedures.May serve as a representative on behalf of the County at meetings involving outside public and private agencies.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES Knowledge of: Current behavioral health theories, practices, and programsPrinciples and practices of evidence-based prevention and treatment approachesPlanning, administration, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation concepts, methods, and techniques, as applied to behavioral health programsCommunity behavioral health resources and methods of linking individuals and family members to servicesFederal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to the delivery of behavioral health servicesConcepts of program design and development, resource identification and developmentBudgetary and contracting processes used to review budgets and approve contractsCultural competence, diversity concepts, and skill development pertaining to service delivery for persons of diverse backgroundsBasic operation and use of computers and software programs such as databases, word processing, and spreadsheetsThe General Management System (GMS) in principle and practiceTelephone, office, and online etiquetteCounty customer service objectives and strategiesCurrent technology and trends in the profession Skills and Abilities to: Effectively monitor and evaluate County-operated and contracted behavioral health programs for service delivery, cultural competence, and other criteriaProvide technical support to behavioral health programsIntegrate, coordinate, and maximize the activities of behavioral health servicesAnalyze complex problems and identify, define, and develop logical solutions and alternativesOrganize and prioritize workloads, utilizing effective multi-tasking techniquesCommunicate effectively in writing when preparing reports and correspondenceCommunicate effectively with a variety of individuals representing diverse cultures and backgrounds and function calmly in situations, which require a high degree of sensitivity, tact and diplomacyTreat County employees, representatives of outside agencies and members of the public with courtesy and respectAssess the customer's immediate needs and ensure customer's receipt of needed services through personal service or making appropriate referralProvide prompt, efficient and responsive serviceExercise appropriate judgment in answering questions and releasing information; analyze and project consequences of decisions and/or recommendationsUse modern office equipment such as personal computers, printers, telephones, facsimiles, and copy machinesCommunicate effectively orally and in writingEstablish effective working relationships with management, employees, employee representatives and the public representing diverse cultures and backgroundsProvides courteous, high quality service to County employees, representatives of outside agencies and members of the public by providing accurate, complete and up-to-date information, in a courteous, efficient and timely mannerDesirable Traits Leadership, Team Builder, Communicates Effectively, Knowledge Worker, Decision Maker, Strategic Perspective, Leverages Resources (Coaches and Develops), Demonstrates Ethical Behavior, Maximizes Team Effectiveness, Supportive of Change, Flexible, Adaptable 153554b96e