Chinook Glass Screen Ltd.

FAQ

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

How do I start logging? / How do I create a new job file?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

How do I start logging if I don’t have a laptop? (link here)

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

How do I stop logging if I don’t have a laptop?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

How do I know if the gauge is logging?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

How do I start logging if I don’t have a USB module?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

How do I download my data?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

Where is my data stored after i download it?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

Where is my exported ASCII file stored?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

What does the file name mean?

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.

How does the presure trigger work? (link here)

If the gauge is currently logging and you would like it to stop logging, hold the triger down. The LED will begin to flash Blue, then after a few seconds it will stay on. Once the LED remains on solid Blue, release the trigger. The LED will go green to indicate the gauge is in standby mode and the job file has been ended, meaning no more samples will be added to that file. The pressure trigger is armed, and the gauge is ready to create a new job file and execute the existing sample configuration from the beginning.

Note : Stopping the tool from logging will end the current job file.