Configuration: Opens a new window that will display the Channel No, Model No, Serial No, Firmware Ver, Hardware Ver and Range of all devices currently online. Consult this information to determine which channel numbers are currently available. When using the system be sure to know which channel numbers are assigned to all devices. When using multiple channels it is a good idea to label each channel with the corresponding channel number to avoid confusion. When updating the firmware check this configuration information to ensure the firmware has been updated successfully.
Results Logging: Use this to enable results logging. When enabled, results from each step, that is configured to save data, will be written to a log file. The location of this log file will be the same as specified in the Data Logging window. The results file is a TXT text file that can be opened and viewed with any text editor program such as Word or Notepad. Results logging is useful when running many steps, such as life cycle testing, where the results cannot all fit in the Results Data area of the main screen.
Data Logging: Use this to enable data logging and also specify the file location where the file should be created. The data logging file contains a data stream of real time data from the analyzer. This file is of the type csv (comma separated variable) that can be imported and managed with many popular spreadsheet programs such as Excel.
Use mA Range: Use this to toggle data fields to display data in either mA or A.
Use ABS Values: Use this plot discharge current as a negative value. This means discharge will plot below the white X axis and charge will plot above the X axis. It’s just for convenience to make the plot area more intuitive to match user preferences.
Show WH results: This is used to display either AH or WH the Data Results section.