TE-WILBUR OPERATIONS MANUAL REV 002.22 4/27/2017
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On this popup the operator can download the run summary data which is the
datalog described in Section 8.0 of this section and the history log.
NOTE: Before removing the USB drive from the USB port, the USB must be
ejected by pressing the Press to Eject USB Drive button. This is to
prevent data loss by stopping the USB access before the drive is
removed. If the USB is removed without ejecting, a small screen will
alert the user that next time they need to eject the USB before
Stop the external memory
Before removing the device
Press the Ack button to acknowledge this warning.
The history log is in a standard comma separated value (.CSV) file which can
be opened from any spreadsheet program. The history log is stored as the
filename wilbur_history.csv with the last three digits of the units serial number
appended to the file name. So if the serial number of the unit is 4786 the
filename will be: wilbur_history786.CSV.
When downloading to a USB drive, a folder called history log is created and
the history log will be stored in that location.
10.5 Erasing the History Log
To erase the history follow these keystrokes:
ERASE DATA AND
The datalog and the alarm log will be erased. This function cannot be undone,
so ensure the datalog and history log have been saved before continuing.
NOTE: This is a permanent erase that is non-recoverable from the internal
memory. This does not erase any data from the USB stick, but will
clear the internal data and history log to start new logs. Ensure the
data is downloaded and verified prior to erasing the logs.