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– APD IT Support Services How do I print reports in QSI? To print a report in QSI, please follow the below instructions: 1. Log in 2. Search consumers by name 3. Select your consumer 4. Click go to selected client 5. Click reports on the right side of the screen 6. Select the assessment you need 7. Click Run Report 8. Export to print
QSI maintains a Professional Services organization that works directly with customers on implementation or adaptation of the QSI software to meet specific needs. This group includes project management, architects, software development, and testing resources.
When students come to a QSI school for the first time, they will take placement assessments in mathematics, reading, and writing. After our initial placement assessment, it may be necessary to do follow up assessments.
chuff volume, index 10, cv 52.10, max is 15 The QSI initially has problems with running BEMF on certain locos, usually high current dual motor, or large Pittman motors with "loose" geartrains. This will appear as "chatter" in very slow speed running, and could even have the loco surge. This is normally at DCC speed steps under 15.
Many of QSI’s products are designed from their inception with remote maintenance in mind, so troubleshooting configuration or site specific issues in the field is a snap. During remote customer support sessions, customer security is maintained through the use of strong network encryption protocols and industry-standard security practices.
QSI maintains a Professional Services organization that works directly with customers on implementation or adaptation of the QSI software to meet specific needs. This group includes project management, architects, software development, and testing resources. This group is based out in our Rocky Hill, CT. headquarters but works onsite at customer locations worldwide.
Training is typically delivered onsite at the customer location. See the link below for more information on the various training classes we offer.
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The QSI initially has problems with running BEMF on certain locos, usually high current dual motor, or large Pittman motors with "loose" geartrains. This will appear as "chatter" in very slow speed running, and could even have the loco surge. This is normally at DCC speed steps under 15.
By default it is set to 0, meaning completely mute sound when hitting F8
A quirk of QSI's: make sure the sound is on before creating in advanced mode. (Mentioned in the Yahoo NCE forum)
It's usually best to put the loco right on the rails, not rollers for programming.
You can calibrate your reported SMPH with the BEMF to Scale MPH Trim Register, CV 56.9, defaults to 128. Increase if report is too slow, decrease if report is too fast.
Back in October 2007, a user found a situation where changing the direction bit after setting a long address killed the sound output, and or the decoder stopped responding. A full reset got it back to ground zero. I had a similar reaction in a QSI decoder, but did not remember the sequence of commands. I need to see if this has been resolved.
Write a value to CV64, like 29. The decoder will announce the value. If it is an indexed register, write register 49 (and 50 if needed) first, then cv64.